Common Nuisance Attorney in Baltimore County, MD

Charged with Maintaining a Common Nuisance in Baltimore County?

You may have been caught up in a complicated situation involving drugs or paraphernalia on your property. Even if you were not directly involved in any illegal activities, Maryland’s laws around “maintaining a common nuisance” could lead to serious criminal charges against you.

As an experienced Baltimore County criminal defense lawyer, we have successfully defended many clients facing accusations of maintaining a common nuisance. We understand how to fight these charges and protect your rights, reputation and future.


What is a Common Nuisance in Maryland?

Under Maryland law, a common nuisance refers to any place used or intended for manufacturing, distributing or using controlled dangerous substances (CDS) or drug paraphernalia. The State only needs to prove that illegal drug activities occurred on your property – not that you personally used or sold drugs.


Consequences of a Conviction

A common nuisance conviction can result in hefty fines and potential jail time, depending on the circumstances. This can jeopardize your job, security clearance, professional licenses and more. Having this type of offense on your record could make it difficult to rent an apartment, find employment or travel internationally for years to come.

Contact a Maintaining a Common Nuisance Attorney

Contact an award-winning maintaining a common nuisance attorney today if you or a loved one have been charged with the crime of maintaining a common nuisance. With an office located in the heart of Towson, Maryland, we serve folks throughout Baltimore County, Maryland and surrounding nearby areas. We offer free phone or office consultations, and we offer jail consultations for a fee. Please use the form below to contact us and someone from our office will reach back out to you.

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