Last week in Middletown, police discovered a man who was showing signs of intoxication walking down a street. Earlier in the night, they had discovered a vehicle that had been left on the railroad tracks. Somehow, they determined that the man they found walking was the driver of the abandoned vehicle.
Sailing is a popular activity in Maryland. For many people, there is no better way to spend a nice day than out on the deck of their boat with a drink in hand. However, Maryland sailors may have to reconsider drinking while they boat if recently proposed legislation gets passed.
For people in Maryland who have refused a breath test when they have been stopped on suspicion of DUI or DWI, a story developing in another state could provide a rationale for why not giving consent for a breath test to be administered without an attorney present might be a good idea.
When is a DUI conviction not a DUI conviction? It may sound like a riddle, but one state court recently heard a case that could have an effect on people in Maryland who are facing repeat DUI charges.