Our law firm helps people who are facing any one of a variety of other matters regarding criminal defense. Whatever the criminal defense problem that you are concerns, please contact our office today for a free consultation with an experienced Baltimore County, MD criminal defense attorney to get help.
Types of Other Matters Regarding Criminal Defense in Maryland
Bench Warrant Recall
A bench warrant is a type of arrest warrant that is issued by a judge which authorizes the police to apprehend and take you into custody pending resolution of whatever matter led to the bench warrant being issued.
Modification or Reduction of Sentence
Under Md. Rule 4-345, a Defendant or his/her defense attorney may file a motion asking the Court to modify and/or reduce the Defendant’s sentence within 90 days from the date of sentencing.
Cases with certain types of dispositions, such as probation before judgment, have a “cool down” period after which a person may be eligible to have the case expunged from his or her criminal record.
Baltimore County, MD Criminal Defense Attorney
If you are facing a unique criminal matter, our office can work closely with you to devise a defense strategy that will effectively address the issue that you are facing or, at the very least, minimize the possible consequences that stem from it. Get the legal champion that you deserve by contacting our office today to schedule a free consultation with an experienced criminal defense attorney.
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