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Monthly Archives: May 2019

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Corrections Officer Pleads Guilty to Attempted Murder

By Hammad S. Matin |

A former corrections officer has pled guilty to charges of attempted murder after he brutally attacked his wife. Armando Rodriguez, 46, entered his plea at the Charles County attorney’s office. Prosecutors report that his wife was sleeping when Rodriguez stabbed and hit his wife after he handcuffed her to a railing in the couple’s… Read More »

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Prescription Errors Are Medical Malpractice Too

By Hammad S. Matin |

An estimated five billion prescriptions are filled annually in the United States. This means that pharmacies serve a very important role in our healthcare system. The average U.S. pharmacist fills thousands of prescriptions, but their responsibility goes well beyond just counting pills. With more and more prescriptions being filled than ever before, there are… Read More »

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Had a Few Too Many Drinks? 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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Accidental Ways We Incriminate Ourselves

By Hammad S. Matin |

If you have been pulled over for a traffic stop or involved in an accident, sometimes it is only natural to want to justify your actions and say you’re sorry, even if you aren’t at fault. Unfortunately, even a simple explanation can be used as a confession. Everyday people accidentally incriminate themselves when being… Read More »

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