Law Offices of Randolph Rice

March, 2018Archive

Mar 21

                                                          Not one of my clients in the past has ever wanted to be arrested for drunk driving. What I mean by that is, no one sets [...]

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Mar 21

                                              A drunk driving arrest can be alarming and make you worry about what will happen to your license and freedom as the trial date approaches. Most individuals who have been charged with [...]

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Mar 21

                                           Is DUI in Maryland a felony or misdemeanor? In the State of Maryland, a DUI is a misdemeanor. DUI stands for “driving under the influence of alcohol.” Maryland Transportation Article 27-101classifies a DUI as [...]

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Mar 20

                                       What will happen with a first offense DUI in Maryland? Most first offense DUI charges in Maryland result in a PBJ as the outcome. A PBJ is an acronym for “probation before judgment.” A PBJ is [...]

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Mar 20

                                               When you are in a car accident, the last thing that you want to worry about is dealing with your insurance company. The harsh reality is that all drivers in an accident [...]

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Mar 01

You’ve been out enjoying a few drinks and realize it’s time to head home. These are the 10 signs you should invest in a DUI lawyer: You have a few drinks to many, but decide to drive yourself home. On your way home you’re pulled over, and to your surprise the officer tells you that [...]

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Mar 01

Let’s set up the scenario. You’re pulled over by a police officer and issued three separate tickets. The first and second tickets are payable tickets. Payable tickets in Maryland are less serious offenses and typically moving violations. If a driver receives a payable ticket, they have three options: pay the ticket and potentially receive points [...]

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