The Baltimore Barristers discuss multiple bills proposed by Maryland legislators that could affect you and your family (Speed Camera repeal and punitive damages in DUI lawsuits), and one that won’t change anything: writing the Federal “No-Fly” list to Maryland’s gun laws.
Is it illegal for children to be left unsupervised outdoors in Maryland? Should it be? The Baltimore Barristers talk with Matthew Dowd, attorney for the Meitiv family of Montgomery County, who were charged with child neglect for letting their children, aged 10 and 6, walk home alone from a park.
Tonight, the Baltimore Barristers discussed the federal lawsuit against the Maryland Firearm Safety Act, and the 4th Circuit’s recent decision, and the Maryland Attorney General’s opinion that turning on a cellphone in Maryland is automatic consent to being tracked electronically.
With Steve gone for the week, Alex sits down with experienced Annapolis trial attorney William Cooke to get his take on the recent change in Maryland’s Marijuana laws, a recent lawsuit alleging “Driving While White” traffic stops by the Annapolis Police Department, Donald Trump’s popularity, and so much more.