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Clinton: 301-856-3030

Dunkirk: 301-855-3100

Thomas V. Mike Miller, Jr., P.A. is here for you during this difficult time by continuing to remain open and fully functioning. Whether you’re having a personal injury, workers comp, family law, protective order, criminal law or traffic defense related issue, our attorneys are available by appointment, phone or video consultations to meet your needs. To schedule a consultation, please call our office at 301-856-3030 or contact us through our website and we will respond promptly.

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Protecting your rights after serious accusations in Maryland

On Behalf of | Nov 28, 2014 | Federal Crimes |

If you live in Prince Georges County, Maryland, and you have been accused of a serious crime, you need to make sure that your rights are upheld. Two of the biggest ones are simply your right to a fair trial and your right to proper legal representation. Remember, these charges could have a huge impact on the rest of your life, so this is nothing to take lightly. Serious felony accusations could include things like:

– Gun crimes or weapons violations.- Homicide, murder or related charges.- Either first or second degree assault and battery.- Property crimes like robbery and burglary.- Drug possession charges that are felonies and not misdemeanors, involving drugs that range from cocaine to marijuana to OxyContin — and more.

It does not matter how these charges came about; no matter what happened, you have rights that must be upheld. This is true if you are guilty of the crimes, if you have been accused falsely, if someone else is setting you up or if there was just an honest mistake. No matter the circumstances, you still deserve that fair trial.

This is also true regardless of how you want to plead. Maybe you want to plead that you are not guilty in the first place; maybe you want to seek a plea deal for a reduced sentence. Again, no matter your choice, your rights must be honored.

To learn more about what rights you have and what legal options there are, we hope that you will check out our criminal defense page today. We believe it can give you a lot of helpful information.


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