And for the record, I am not that attorney. I found an attorney within 30 miles of my office of whom I can determine the following facts. 1) He was sworn in in 2006 in this state, and appears to have been at one point an Assistant State’s Attorney. 2) Per his website, another defunct
Maryland Declaration of Rights, Article 6: “That all persons invested with the Legislative or Executive powers of Government are the Trustees of the Public, and, as such, accountable for their conduct: Wherefore, whenever the ends of Government are perverted, and public liberty manifestly endangered, and all other means of redress are ineffectual, the People may,
The Law Office notes with sadness the death of Judge Gary Bass of the District Court of Maryland for Baltimore City. I (Godfrey) practiced before Judge Bass a lot in Room 5 or 6 (I forget the number) in a lot of jailable traffic court cases in the summer of 1995 at North Avenue, and
John Cord, Esquire, of the Maryland Daily Record’s Generation J.D. forum provides a brief but worthwhile discussion of checklists and forms in the practice of law. I do not use a large variety of standardized forms in my practice but the one that I use I use very often. Routine “notice” and “request” litigation filings
Never, no matter what Justin Peters thinks. Justin Peters in Slate, January 3, 2013: And, from the emails I’ve received, a lot of people have no interest in talking to the law in these situations. Which, to be sure, is their right. You’re under no obligation to talk with a police officer in non-investigatory situations
I was amused to see that someone decided to run a search with these search terms. What surprised me is that the search appears to have come from an Easton ISP on the Shore, rather than from my 10-year old son, whose birthday is today. It’s the sort of thing he might say or type.
My condolences to the friends and family of Rosemary Allulis, Esquire; may they be comforted. I worked at the same medium-sized firm in Pikesville with Rosemary for a number of years and concur entirely with the sentiments expressed by her employer to the Baltimore Sun. She was brilliant, legendary for her amazing writing abilities and
Decatur (TN) Daily, Jan 9, 2013: Officers arrested NFL player Rolando McClain on a charge of giving a false name to law enforcement Tuesday after he signed a citation for overly dark window tint as “(Expletive) y’all,” Decatur police said. When a patrol supervisor asked McClain to put his real name on the ticket, McClain