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No Declared Stingrays in Allegany County Across the United States, law enforcement agencies have being using devices, commonly called “Stingrays,” to conduct surveillance on civilian populations. These devices are purported to mimic cell phone towers to track phones and, potentially, … Continue reading
Brief Brief: Davies v State 198 Md App 400 (2010) MD Rule 5-1006 Issue: If a party seeks to present voluminous data in a more convenient form for trial (in this case, a spreadsheet of stolen property); it must make … Continue reading
Article by Paul J. Notarianni ABSTRACT: This piece is a cross-reference of Maryland traffic offenses. It lists most offenses under the Maryland Transportation Article which carry a potential jail sentence, the number of points assessed by the MVA upon conviction, and … Continue reading
ABSTRACT: The 2016 Justice Reinvestment Act includes some drastic changes to Health General Sections 8-505 and 8-507. This article is a supplement piece to a prior article on Health General Relief. It highlights the portions of the Justice Reinvestment … Continue reading
Notes and Forms Article by Paul J. Notarianni ABSTRACT: In a criminal matter, a sentencing judge has the power to order a defendant into the custody of the Department of Health and Mental Hygiene to receive substance abuse treatment, rather … Continue reading
Notes and Forms article by Paul J. Notarianni. ABSTRACT: This article is a collection of notes and draft forms regarding criminal defense of charges brought against parents for compulsory school attendance violations (Maryland Education Article 7-301) Some of the more … Continue reading