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Unlike many traffic charges, being convicted of driving on a SUSPENDED or REVOKED license can result in a jail sentence of up to $1000.00 and or a year in jail both. When you retain our office in your Driving on Suspended or Revoked License charges, you will get an excellent opportunity to have your case dismissed prior to trial. Our objective is to avoid PBJ or a criminal conviction that can stay with you for the rest of your life, result in multi-year insurance increases and loss of your license and a possible jail sentence. Upon receipt of your call we will fully explain all your options, common police mistakes, proven defenses that work, how to save your license, the ways in which cases can be dismissed prior to trial and the very best way to proceed in your case.

Examples of mistakes that you can make is to tell a judge that you did not know that your license was suspended or that you got your license back as you will be admitting that you were driving.

Our office is available to represent you in every Maryland county, Baltimore City and the Maryland Federal Court. Even if you believe you are guilty, the state may not be able to prove you are guilty. Our aggressive representation will enable us to target your very best defense to get the best result. You can either schedule an appointment or if you are more than 20 miles from our office, or out of state, you can begin your case by telephone in which event, the steps we take and the result will be identical. Each case is different and past records are no assurance that the lawyer will reach a favorable result in any future case. “Justice is your right, we demand it.”

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Penalty for Driving on Canceled, Suspended, Refused, or Revoked License in Maryland

1st Driving on Canceled, Suspended, Refused or Revoked License Conviction in Maryland (Maryland Transportation Code Section 16-303(a) – 16-303(g):

Jail – Up to 1 year
Fine – Up to $1,000.00
MVA Points – 12 Points

2nd or Subsequent Driving on Canceled, Suspended, Refused or Revoked License Conviction in Maryland:

Jail – Up to 2 years
Fine – Up to $1,000.00
MVA Points – 12 Points

1st Driving on Canceled, Suspended, Refused or Revoked License Conviction in Maryland (Maryland Transportation Code Section 16-303(h) – 16-303(i):

Jail – Up to 60 days
Fine – Up to $500.00
MVA Points – 3 Points

JACK HYATT
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Credentials
Former Assistant State's Attorney
Former Senior Criminal Probation Officer
Admitted To Practice Before:
The U.S. Supreme Court
Maryland Court of Appeals
Maryland Court of Special Appeals
Federal District Court
Member:
Maryland State Bar Association
Maryland City Bar Association
Maryland County Bar Association
Dui Net Work University of Maryland
A.A. B.S. J.D.
Honorable Discharge U.S. Army

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1866 Autumn Frost Lane
Baltimore, MD 21209-1131

"There is No Substitute For Experience."

HOW TO DEAL WITH THE POLICE

Always Be Calm And Polite. You have no obligation to answer any question asked to you. If you are in your vehicle, you must provide license, registration, and insurance. Anywhere else, you have no requirement to provide any information, and you cannot be arrested for not talking to the police. Never used infalatory words or obstruct the police. If you are being arrested or detained, you have a right to know why. If not, ask if you are free to go and if so leave immediately. Everything you say to the police is important, and may be recorded without your knowledge and can be used agaisnt you.

Never offer any additional information. If you do answer questions, keep them very short and to the point, and most important, Never confess - it does not help you.

Insist On Seeing A Attorney You have a legal right to speak with a Attorney. Never speak to the police without at least consulting one. If you speak to the police without a Attorney, you have given up one of your most important rights. Never agree to go to the police station to answer questions or submit to interrogation. Never confess - it does not help you.

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Remember that police are people too, and also remember that law enforcement is a difficult and dangerous job. With that in mind, you should always deal with the police in a calm, polite, and professional manner. But being polite does not mean that you should ever, under any circumstances, give up your rights.

You should never admit anything to anyone and always contest a search. Before the law enforcement officer questions you for for most cases, once you are in custody, he or she must tell you that thatYou have the right to remain silent. Anything you say may be used against you. You have the right to have a Attorney present while you are questioned. If you cannot afford a Attorney, one will be appointed for you. These are your Miranda tha are in the Constitution. If you are not given these warnings, your Attorney can ask that any statements you made to the police not be used against you in court. But this does not necessarily mean that your case will be dismissed. This does not apply if you volunteer information without being questioned by the police.

Probable cause is freqauenlty often defined as the facts or circumstances which are known to a reasonable person at the time, that could indicate that a crime may have occurred, and that a specific individual might have committed the crime. This is the standard that law enforcement must meet in order to make an arrest, obtain a search warrant, or in any other way deprive a person of their freedom and/or privacy.

The standard for a traffic stop is lower, and is known as reasonable suspicion/reasonable cause. In order to make a lawful traffic stop, an officer must be able to articulate why they suspect a criminal act may have occurred (i.e. erratic driving, high speed, matching vehicle or driver description to another crime, or some other indication that a law is being violated). In other words, an officer needs a reason to make a traffic stop and cannot stop someone simply on a whim.

Most state troopers and police officers think "Hell No!" and act accordingly. So in practice there is no probable cause needed for a traffic stop. Although town and state laws limit what probable cause is on the street, local roads, and in buildings, the highway system is policed at a trooper or officer's discretion. They commonly stop for vehicles traveling at higher speeds, with any decoration on antennas or windows, with dark-skinned operators, or vehicles traveling erratically. They may stop people who pass other vehicles at reasonable speeds, people who do not wear seatbelts, people with out of state plates, or people who look different. Some even camp out at the bottom of hills, near schools, or target individuals.

When dealing with the police, keep your hands in view and don't make sudden movements. Avoid passing behind them. Nervous cops are dangerous cops. Also, never touch the police or their equipment (vehicles, flashlights, animals, etc.) - you can get beat up and charged with assault.

The police do not decide your charges; they can only make recommendations. The prosecutor is the only person who can actually charge you. Remember this the next time the cops start rattling off all the charges they're supposedly "going to give you."

Questioning

Interrogation isn't always bright lights and rubber hoses - usually it's just a conversation. Whenever the cops ask you anything besides your name and address, it's legally safest to politely say these Magic Words:

"I am going to remain silent. I want to see a lawyer."

This invokes the rights which protect you from interrogation. When you say this, the cops (and all other law enforcement officials) are legally required to stop asking you questions. They probably won't stop, so just repeat the Magic Words or remain silent until they catch on.

Remember, anything you say to the authorities can and will be used against you and your friends in court. There's no way to predict what information the police might try to use or how they'd use it. Furthermore, the police often misquote or lie altogether about what was said. So say only the Magic Words and let all the cops and witnesses know that this is your policy. Try to make sure that when you're arrested with other people, the rest of the group knows the Magic Words and promises to use them.

One of the jobs of police is to get information out of people, and they usually don't have any scruples about how they do it. Police are legally allowed to lie when they're investigating, and they are trained to be manipulative. The only thing you should say to police, other than identifying yourself, is the Magic Words: "I am going to remain silent. I want to see a lawyer."

Here are some lies police may tell you:

"You're not a suspect - just help us figure out what happened here and then you can go."

"If you don't answer my questions, I will have no choice but to arrest you. Do you want to go to jail?"

"If you do not answer my questions, I'm going to charge you with resisting arrest."

"All of your friends have cooperated and we let them go home. You're the only one left."

Cops are sneaky buggers and there are lots of ways they can trick you into talking. Here are some scams they'll pull:

Good Cop/ Bad Cop: The bad cop is aggressive and menacing, while the good cop is nice, friendly, and familiar. Usually good cop is the same race and gender as you. The idea is bad cop scares you so bad you are desperately looking for a friend. Good cop is that friend.

The police may tell you that your friends ratted on you so that you will snitch on them. Meanwhile, of course, they tell your friends the same thing. If anyone breaks and talks, you all go down.

The police may tell you that they have all the evidence they need to convict you and that if you "take responsibility" and confess the judge will be impressed by your honesty and go easy on you. What they really mean is: "we don't have enough evidence yet, please confess." Jail

is a very isolating and intimidating place. It is very easy to believe what the cops tell you. Insist upon speaking with a lawyer before you answer any questions or sign anything.

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The Miranda Warnings

The police do not have to read you your rights, also known as the Miranda warnings. Miranda applies when there is an interrogation by a police officer of other agent of law enforcement while the suspect is in police custody. You do not have to be formally arrested to be "in custody". Even when all these conditions are met, the police often violate Miranda. And though your rights have been violated, what you say can be used against you. For this reason, it is better not to wait for the cops. You know what your rights are, so you can invoke them by saying the Magic Words, "I am going to remain silent. I want to see a lawyer."

If you have been arrested and realize that you have started answering questions, don't panic. Just re-invoke your rights by saying the Magic Words again. Don't let the police trick you into thinking that because you answered some of their questions, you have to answer all of them.

Police Encounters

There are three basic kinds of encounters with the police: Conversation, Detention, and Arrest.

Conversation

When the police are trying to get information, but do not have enough evidence to detain or arrest you, they'll try to weasel some information out of you. They may refer to this process as a "casual encounter" or a "friendly conversation". If you talk to police, you may give them the information they need to arrest you or your friends. In most situations, it's better and safer not to talk to cops.

Detention

Police can detain you only if they have reasonable suspicion that you are involved in a crime. Detention means that, though you aren't arrested, you cannot leave. Detention is supposed to last a short time and they aren't supposed to move you. During detention, the police can pat you down and go into your bag to make sure you don't have any weapons. They aren't supposed to go into your pockets unless they feel a weapon.

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If the police are asking questions, ask if you are being detained. If you are not, leave and say nothing further to them. If you are being detained, you may want to ask why. Then you should say the Magic Words: "I am going to remain silent. I want a lawyer" and nothing else.

If police come to your door with an arrest warrant, go outside and lock the door behind you. Cops are allowed to search any room you go into, so do not go back into the house for any reason. If the police have an arrest warrant, hiding won't help because police are allowed to force their way in if they know you are there. It is usually better to just go with them without giving them the opportunity to search.

Reasonable suspicion must be based on more than a hunch. The cops must be able to put their suspicion into words. For example, cops can't just stop someone and say, "She looked like she was up to no good." They need to be more specific, like, "She was standing under the overpass staring up at some graffiti that hadn't been there two hours before. She had the same graffiti pattern written on her backpack. I suspected that she had put up the graffiti."

Cops need more proof to say they have a probable cause than to say they have a reasonable suspicion. For example, "A store owner called to report someone matching her description spray painting a wall across the street. As I drove up to the store, I saw her running away spattered with paint and carrying a spray can in her hand."

Never consent to a search! If the police try to search your house, pockets, car, backpack, etc. say these Magic Words: "I do not consent to this search." This may not prevent them from forcing their way in and searching anyway, but if they search you illegally, they probably will not be able to use the evidence against you in court. You have nothing to lose from refusing to consent to a search and much to gain. Do not physically resist cops when they are trying to search because you could get hurt or charged with resisting arrest or assault. Just keep repeating the Magic Words 2 so that the cops and all witnesses know that this is your policy.

If the cops have a search warrant, nothing changes - it's legally safest to just say the Magic Words Again, you have nothing to lose from refusing to consent to a search, and much to gain if the search warrant is incorrect or invalid in some way. If the police do have a search warrant, ask to read it. A valid warrant must have a recent date, usually not more than a couple of weeks, the correct address, and a judge's or magistrate's signature; some warrants indicate the time of day the police can search. You should say the Magic Words whether or not the search warrant appears correct. The same goes for any government official who tries to search you, your house, or your belongings.

Undercover police sometimes infiltrate political organizations. They may lie about being police even if they are asked directly.

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Oral Argument - opportunity for lawyers to answer the judges' questions and to summarize their positions before the court.

Order - written or oral command from a court forbidding or directing an action.

Ordinance - law adopted by the governing body of a municipality or county.

Overrule - decision by a higher court finding that a lower court decision was in error. Also, a judge's decision not to allow an objection. Also,

Parens Patriae - doctrine under which the court protects the interests of a minor.

Parol Evidence - Spoken information not reduced to writing. Parol evidence may be permissible in court, but only if it explains or clarifies a contract and does not contradict any other evidence.

Initial Appearance - In criminal law, the hearing at which a magistrate determines whether there is enough evidence against someone charged with a crime to hld him or her for trial. The Constitution bans secret accusations, so initial appearances are unrestricted unless the defendant asks otherwise; the accused must be time, though he she usually does not furnish grounds. Also titled gear appearing.

detinue - at common law, an action to recover personal property

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replevin - at common law, an action to recover personal property.

Interlocutory - Provisional; not final. An interlocutory order interlocutory appeal concerns only a part of the issues raised in a lawsuit.

Interpleader - action in which a third person asks the Court to determine the rights of others to property held-but not owned-by the third person.

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Intervention - action by which a third person that may be affected by a lawsuit is permitted to become a individual to the suit.

Inter Vivos Gift - gift made during the giver's life. Oral evidence.

Parol Evidence Rule - When a written agreement is intended to be a complete and final document, then the terms of the agreement cannot be altered by evidence of oral parol agreements that purport to change, explain, or contradict the written agreement.

Parole - supervised conditional release of a prisoner before the expiration of his her sentence. If the parolee observes the conditions, he she need not serve the rest of his her term.

Individual - person, business, organization or government agency involved in the prosecution or defense of a legal proceeding.

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Nuisance - unreasonable, unwarranted, or unlawful use of one's property that annoys, disturbs, or inconveniences another in the use of his or her property. Violation of an ordinance that forbids annoyance of the public in general.

Irrevocable Trust - Trust that, once it is set up, the grantor may not revoke.

Issue - . disputed point in a disagreement between parties in a lawsuit.

Joinder - Combining charges or defendants on the same complaint. Where a crime is committed by two people, both may be charged on one complaint. Joinder also applies in civil cases, where parties and claims may be joined in one complaint.

Joint and Several Liability - A legal doctrine that makes each of the parties who are responsible for an injury liable for all the damages awarded in a lawsuit if the other responsible parties cannot pay, maryland suspended license attorney, maryland suspended license lawyer.

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Opening Statement - initial statement made by lawyers for each side, outlining the facts each intends to establish during the trial.

Intestate Succession - process by which the property of a person who has died without a will passes on to others according to the state's descent and distribution statutes. If someone dies without a will and the court uses the state's intestate succession laws, an heir who receives some of the deceased's property is an intestate heir.

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Offense - violation of a municipal ordinance or state statute.

Offer - expression of willingness to enter into a bargain that is definite and certain in its terms and that is communicated to the offeree. Once accepted, the offer is transformed into a contractual obligation.

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Judgment and Sentence - official document of the judge's disposition of a case sentencing a defendant to the Department of Corrections or jail custody.

Judicial Review - authority of a court to review the official actions of other branches of government. Also, the authority to declare unconstitutional the actions of other branches.

Jurat - Certificate of officer or person whom writing was sworn before. Typically, jurat is used to mean the certificate of the competent administering officer that writing was sworn to by person who signed it.

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No-Contest Clause - Language in a will providing that a person who makes a legal challenge to the will's validity will be disinherited.

No-Fault Proceedings - civil case in which parties may resolve their dispute without a formal finding of error or fault.

Nolle Prosequi - prosecutor declines to prosecute, but may still initiate prosecution within the time allowed by law.

Nolo Contendere - No contest. A plea through which the defendant does not admit guilt, but which has the same legal effect as a plea of guilty in a criminal case. However, the no contest plea may not be used in a civil action related to the criminal charge to prove the defendant's civil liability. For example, a plea of nolo contendere for a traffic citation that resulted from an accident may not be used to convince a judge in a civil case that the defendant is guilty of causing an accident.

Nunc Pro Tunc - Retroactive.

Nuncupative Will - oral unwritten will.

Oaths - Sworn attestations required in court, usually administered by the in-court clerk.

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Intestacy Laws - See Descent and Distribution Statutes.

Intestate - Dying without having a will.

Jury Array - The whole body of prospective jurors summoned to court from which the jury will be selected. Also called Jury Panel.

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Justiciable - Issues and claims capable of being properly examined in court.

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Juvenile - person under eighteen years of age.

Kangaroo Court - Term descriptive of a sham legal proceeding in which a person's rights are completely disregarded and in which the result is a foregone conclusion because of the bias of the court or other tribunal.

Judge - elected or appointed public official with authority to hear and decide cases in a court of law. A judge Pro Tem is a temporary judge.

Judgment - first disposition of a lawsuit.

Consent Judgment - Occurs when the provisions and terms of the judgment are agreed on by the parties and submitted to the court for its sanction and approval.

Next Friend - One acting without formal appointment as guardian for the benefit of an infant, a person of unsound mind not judicially declared incompetent, or other person under some disability.

Larceny - Obtaining property by fraud or deceit.

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Personal Property - Physical property such as clothing, cars, furniture and jewelry and intangible personal property such as bank accounts . This does not include real property such as land or rights in land.

Initial Appearance - In criminal law, the hearing at which a judge determines whether there is sufficient evidence against a person charged with a crime to hold him her for trial. The Constitution bans secret accusations, so initial appearances are public unless the defendant asks otherwise; the accused must be present, though he she usually does not offer evidence. Also called first appearance.

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Injunction - Order or writ by a court prohibiting a specific action from being carried out by a person or group. A preliminary injunction is granted provisionally, until a full hearing can be held to determine if it should be made permanent.

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Judgment - first disposition of a lawsuit.

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Opinion - judge's written explanation of a decision of the court or of a majority of judges. A dissenting opinion disagrees with the majority opinion because of the reasoning and or the principles of law on which the decision is based. A concurring opinion agrees with the decision of the court but offers further comment or different reasoning. A per curiam opinion is an unsigned opinion of the court.''

Judgment and Sentence - Official document of a judge's disposition of a case sentencing a defendant to the Department of Corrections or jail custody.

Judicial Review - authority of a court to review the official actions of other branches of government. Also, the authority to declare unconstitutional the actions of other branches.

Jurat - Certificate of officer or person whom writing was sworn before. Typically, jurat is used to mean the certificate of the competent administering officer that writing was sworn to by person who signed it.

Jurisdiction - court's legal authority to hear and resolve specific disputes, suspended license in maryland,

Jurisdiction is usually composed of personal jurisdiction authority over persons and subject matter jurisdiction authority over types of cases.

Jurisprudence - study of law and the structure of the legal system.

Juror Disqualified - Juror excused from a trial.

Jury - Persons selected according to law and sworn to inquire into and declare a verdict on matters of fact. A petit jury is a trial jury, composed of 6 to persons, which hears either civil or criminal cases.

Jury Array - The whole body of prospective jurors summoned to court from which the jury will be selected. Also called Jury Panel.

Non-jury trial - case tried by a judge on the facts as well as the law.

No Probable Cause - Insufficient grounds to hold the person who was arrested.

Nunc Pro Tunc - entry made now for an act done previously and to have the effect as if it were done on a prior date.

Nuncupative Will - oral unwritten will.

Oaths - Sworn attestations required in court, usually administered by the in-court clerk.

Jury List - List containing the names of jurors empanelled to try a cause or containing the names of all the jurors summoned to attend court.

Jury Polling - procedure by which each individual juror is asked to affirm his or her verdict in open court at the conclusion of a trial.

Jury Trial - trial in which the jury judges the facts and the judge rules on the law.

Joint and Several Liability - Legal doctrine that makes each of the parties who are responsible for an injury liable for all the damages awarded in a lawsuit if the other responsible parties cannot pay.

Joint Tenancy - form of legal co-ownership of property also known as survivorship . At the death of one co-owner, the surviving co-owner becomes sole owner of the property. Tenancy by the entirety is a special form of joint tenancy between a husband and wife.

Judge - elected or appointed public official with authority to hear and decide cases in a court of law. A judge Pro Tem is a temporary judge.

Judgment Notwithstanding the Verdict - Judgment entered by order of the court for one individual notwithstanding the jury's verdict in favor of the other individual. judgment notwithstanding the verdict may only arise after a motion for a directed verdict.

Judgment on the Pleadings - Judgment based on the pleadings alone. It is used when there is no dispute as to the facts of the case and one individual is entitled to a judgment as a matter of law.

Summary Judgment - Judgment given on the basis of pleadings, affidavits, and exhibits presented for the record without any need for a trial. As with Judgment on the Pleadings, it is used when there is no dispute as to the facts of the case and one individual is entitled to a judgment as a matter of law.

Objection - process by which one individual tries to prevent the introduction of evidence or the use of a procedure at a hearing. An objection is either sustained allowed or overruled by the judge.

Offense - violation of a municipal ordinance or state statute.

Offer - expression of willingness to enter into a bargain that is definite and certain in its terms and that is communicated to the offeree. Once accepted, the offer is transformed into a contractual obligation.

Offeree - person to whom an offer is made.

Offeror - person who makes an offer.

Opening Statement - The initial statement made by lawyers for each side, outlining the facts each intends to establish during the trial.

Notice - Formal notification to the individual that has been sued that a civil lawsuit has been filed. Also, any form of notification of a legal proceeding or filing of a document.

Notice of Lis Pendens - Notice filed on public records to warn all persons that the title to certain property is in litigation, and that if they purchase or lease that property they are in danger of being bound by an adverse judgment. The notice is for the purpose of preserving rights pending litigation.

Justiciable - Issues and claims capable of being properly examined in court.

Juvenile - person under 18 years of age.

Kangaroo Court - Term descriptive of a sham legal proceeding in which a person's rights are totally disregarded and in which the result is a foregone conclusion because of the bias of the court or other tribunal.

Joint Tenancy - form of legal co-ownership of property also known as survivorship . At the death of one co-owner, the surviving co-owner becomes sole owner of the property. Tenancy by the entirety is a special form of joint tenancy between a husband and wife.

Judgment on the Pleadings - Judgment based on the pleadings alone. It is used when there is no dispute as to the facts of the case and one individual is entitled to a judgment as a matter of law.

Summary Judgment - Judgment given on the basis of pleadings, affidavits, and exhibits presented for the record without any need for a trial. As with Judgment on the Pleadings, it is used when there is no dispute as to the facts of the case and one individual is entitled to a judgment as a matter of law.

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