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Can PTSD Be a Defense To Military Crimes?
When a military member is convicted of a violent crime such as murder or sexual assault, they can face severe penalties including lengthy imprisonment sentences and even capital punishment.
Drug Smuggling Charges can have Severe Consequences for Military Members
Every military member should know that all branches take any type of alleged drug possession, use, manufacture, or distribution very seriously and that the Uniform Code of Military Justice (UCMJ)1 sets out harsh penalties for members convicted of these offenses.
Top Ten Reasons for a Trust
Eye Witness Testimony
Information about Eyewitness Testimony.
Do I Have An Estate? What's All This Talk About Wills and Trusts?
Do's and Don't in Civil Mediation
This article explores important tips to keep in mind as you engage in civil mediation.
Hiring an Attorney; Personality (Part I of a Series)
Finding the right attorney can be difficult. This article explores how to assess the personality of your attorney to see whether they are a good fit for your legal matter.
Can I Get a Modification of My Time-Sharing Plan if I’m in the Military?
Divorce is hard on military families, and can be even harder on children, especially when a modification is needed to enforce time-sharing agreements. Here’s what military members need to know.
Military Divorce Lawyer in Columbia, Maryland
Attorney for Military Divorce in Howard County, Anne Arundel County, Carroll County, Baltimore City, Baltimore County and surrounding areas.

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