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Monthly Archives: December 2018

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Had a Few Too Many Drinks at a Holiday Party? What to Know Before Getting Behind the Wheel

By Hammad S. Matin |

Maybe you only had one drink, but it still may be enough that you won’t pass a breath test. First, don’t panic. It’s likely that the officer has a reasonable cause to pull you over, even if they don’t know that you’ve been drinking. You could have shown signs of impairment, such as swerving,… Read More »

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Prepare Now for Holiday Road Trips

By Hammad S. Matin |

With the holidays quickly approaching, Maryland Transportation Authority officials are sending out reminders to drivers to stay alert and prepare ahead in order to avoid the nearly inevitable travel delays. Officials estimate that there will be at least a one percent increase in traffic volumes in comparison to peak travel dates last year. Officials… Read More »

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Pennsylvania Woman Dead After Being Struck by a Car in North East, Maryland

By Hammad S. Matin |

A Pennsylvania woman died after being hit by a car in North East, Maryland. The woman was struck by a 2015 Honda Odyssey that was eastbound on Route 40. The woman was wearing dark clothing and was crossing the roadway in an area that had poor lighting. She was transported to the hospital but… Read More »

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Man Accused of Police Station Attack Found Competent to Stand Trial

By Hammad S. Matin |

A man accused of attacking a Prince George County police station in 2016 has been diagnosed with severe mental health issues, but a judge ruled that he doesn’t qualify to use insanity as a defense at his trial. Michael Ford, 25, was assessed by doctors and determined that he has mental health challenges that… Read More »

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