Are you familiar with the important deadlines, options, ID requirements, ballot drop and polling locations? Know your rights be your own advocate. If you vote in-person, have information handy (screenshot or bookmarked on your phone) so you can advocate for yourself or others in case you believe you are misinformed at the polls.- https://www.rockthevote.org/how-to-vote/know-your-rights/ Please visit [...]
The Montgomery County Commission for Women and the Family Law Section, Montgomery County Bar Association will present Separation and Divorce: What I Need to Know. The monthly sessions will take place from 7 to 8:30 p.m. on the first Wednesday of each month through June 2021. A local family law attorney will lead each session [...]
In 1986 my mom wasn't verse on the law and Montgomery County Maryland took advantage of her lack of knowledge and used it against her. The only legal recourse in 1986 for my mom to get justice in the death of Keith had a statute of limitations of 3yrs. The lawyer my mother retained filed [...]
Baltimore County destroyed hundreds more rape kits than police reported. Officials can’t explain why.
Hey #MarylandAttorneyGeneral this is nothing new within the police departments illegally destroying evidence in 2020. Detective Beasley from the Montgomery County Maryland police department was destroying evidence back in 1986. Clearly this is a statewide issue and not just one county🤔 READ ENTIRE ARTICLE : https://www.baltimoresun.com/news/investigations/bs-md-destroyed-rape-kits-20190423-story.html
The Census Bureau on Tuesday unveiled an ad campaign to persuade every household in America to fill out the once-a-decade survey, which begins next week in remote parts of Alaska. The decennial count of everyone living in the United States is used to determine a decade’s worth of congressional apportionment, redistricting, and hundreds of billions of dollars [...]
https://www.npr.org/2019/08/16/751783763/maryland-court-rules-marijuana-odor-not-enough-to-search-a-person Maryland Court Rules Marijuana Odor Not Enough To Search A Person "A Court of Appeals ruled that "the odor of marijuana coupled with possession of what is clearly less than ten grams ... does not grant officers probable cause" to search and arrest a person."
New law aims to help miscommunication between law enforcement and those with communications disorders
https://www.cbs19.tv/article/news/local/texas/samuel-allen-law-goes-into-effect/501-5e3af579-e899-4bf4-887d-7b466bcf1bb5 The Samuel Allen Law helps Texas drivers with autism, deafness, PTSD, and other communication challenges alert law enforcement ahead of a traffic stop.
If you decided to rent one of these in #Alabama #DistrictofColumbia #Maryland or #Virginia read up on #ContributoryNegligence. My mother was not versed on her rights fighting for #Justice for my brother in the state of Maryland. This post is to help understand laws & to use information to assist you in your daily lives. Disclaimer- this is for informational purposes only do not [...]