The Maryland Board of Education sent public schools throughout the state a very important message, when it issued an opinion reversing Talbot County Public Schools’ suspension of two high school lacrosse players — context matters.
Category: Juvenile Law
J.B.D. v. North Carolina – Supreme Court recognizes Miranda warnings are different for kids and adults
A recent opinion of the Supreme Court, however, provides juvenile defense attorneys with a powerful tool to fight back and more importantly gives kids a much better shot at receiving the same rights as adults suspected of criminal activity when being questioned by law enforcement.
In order that our clientele may also be aware of those changes, we highly recommend that all of our clients view the information contained on the following page and contact us with any questions or concerns.
Patrick Hoover and Bryan Utter have both penned articles that will appear in the upcoming edition of the Maryland State Bar Association’s monthly publication, the Bar Bulletin. Every month the Bulletin runs features that...