Maryland Theft Immigration Consequences

The Fourth Circuit Court of Appeals, the federal appeals circuit that includes Maryland, has ruled that theft convictions are not crimes involving moral turpitude (CIMT). The ruling can be found here. Without getting into the immigration consequences of an (CIMT),...

Maryland Drug Possession Charges- Drugs in My Car!

We have many clients who come to us completely frustrated. They get pulled over, or get pulled over while driving in another person’s car, and get in trouble for either guns or drugs that are not even theirs. Maryland prosecutors are very aggressive in charging...

Maryland Criminal Appeals Process

MARYLAND CRIMINAL APPEALS PROCESS The Seddiq Law Firm handles criminal cases from the beginning to end. We aren’t “appeal lawyers” or “trial lawyers.” We are criminal defense lawyers. We believe that to be the best criminal defense attorney you need to be highly...

Maryland Statement of Charges

In Maryland, the court proceedings generally start with a Statement of Charges. The Statement of Charges in Maryland is a written statement that accuses someone of breaking the law. These charges are brought by a police officer (or citizen) to a District Court...

Arkansas Aggravated Assault Charge

Aggravated Assault is one of the more common violent charges in Arkansas. It is a felony punishable by up to 6 years. To be found guilty at trial, the State of Arkansas must prove beyond a reasonable doubt that: You, under circumstances manifesting extreme...

Arkansas Rule 37 Petitions

Justin Eisele is licensed to practice in Arkansas and has been practicing Arkansas law for 13 years. He handles post-convictions in Arkansas and Maryland. Arkansas post-conviction remedies are generally covered by Rule 37 petitions in Arkansas. There are some very...