Adam Sean Cohen’s Answers

Adam Sean Cohen

Baltimore Criminal Defense Attorney.

Contributor Level 10
  1. I was charged with both DUI and DWI but wasn't drunk

    Answered over 2 years ago.

    1. Adam Sean Cohen
    2. Michael Gene DeHaven
    3. William Lawrence Welch III
    4. Mark William Oakley
    5. Mitchell Scott Sexner
    5 lawyer answers

    The law regardings operating a motor vehicle while impaired in Maryland is not limited to alcohol. It applies to drugs and controlled dangerous substances alone as well as in combinatin with alcohol. I also wonder out loud if you were or will be charged with paraphernalia. Your performance on SFST's can be challenged in Court. You absolutely NEED a lawyer.

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  2. Shoplifting at walmart

    Answered about 2 years ago.

    1. Adam Sean Cohen
    2. Yolanda Navarrete
    3. Benjamin J Lieberman
    4. Mark M Cheser
    4 lawyer answers

    This sounds good because they did not involve the police, however, the civil remedy they will use will likely require repayment of more than the $7.50 Also, most states require that repayment under any civil remedy can NOT be used against person in any criminal case. They can always seek to file criminal charges down the line, BUT it sounds like they will go the easy route this time. Take stock in the fact that the police were NOT invovled. Make sure to read very carefully the...

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  3. What does this mean

    Answered about 2 years ago.

    1. Adam Sean Cohen
    2. Michael Gene DeHaven
    3. John Skyler Riordan
    3 lawyer answers

    A bail review occurred on 6/18/2012 and bail is $3,000.00 The Defendant is in custody.

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  4. A surveillance camera from a State building has captured footage of someone that I have a restraining order against, it`s crime.

    Answered about 2 years ago.

    1. Brent Allan Rose
    2. Craig A. Epifanio
    3. Adam Sean Cohen
    4. Royce Brent Bishop
    5. Robert Lincoln
    5 lawyer answers

    I would ask them in writing, by certified mail, to preserve the video so that it is not overwritten or destroyed in the normal course of business. Company's, particularly state agencies, have protocols they follow to insure that their records and information is not simply given out to anyone that asks. They also could face exposure for giving out all kinds of information to whomever asks.

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  5. Juvenile assault

    Answered about 2 years ago.

    1. Adam Sean Cohen
    2. Mark William Oakley
    2 lawyer answers

    Be careful posting specific details and naming names on this public website. I would wait to see what, if any juvenile charges are brought against the kids who assaulted your son. Be mindful, that it is POSSIBLE................that your son could be charged as well. Even though it seems clear he was acting in self defense. Remember, just becaues he is charged with any crime, does not mean he has committed it. If he does get charged, I would immediately obtain a private attorney or public...

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  6. I am on probation for a theft charge, does a speeding ticket violate my probation? I plan to join the army.

    Answered about 2 years ago.

    1. Adam Sean Cohen
    2. Nicholas Bernard Proy
    2 lawyer answers

    Most probation's specifically state not to incurr any criminal or SERIOUS traffic violations. A speeding ticket is a non-incarcerable offense. Negligent and Reckless driving also do not carry any incarceration. I would make sure you read the reverse side of the ticket carefully and select the option you wish. You have 3 choices. If you do not do anything, and you continue driving, your license will be suspended which could subject you to a driving on a suspended license ticket if you...

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  7. I'm currently being charged with two robberies, two thefts under 1000, and two second degree assualts..possibilities?

    Answered about 2 years ago.

    1. Adam Sean Cohen
    2. David Owen Weck
    3. William Lawrence Welch III
    3 lawyer answers

    The simplest answer is YES. The fact that you have been charged with serious offenses means that, upon conviction, you could be sentenced to a period of incarceration. Just because you did not take any money, did not have a weapon, and did not inflict any harm, DOES NOT MEAN you have not exposure. YOU NEED A LAWYER ASAP to protect before trial, during trial, and if you are convicted, at sentencing. If you can not afford a private attorney, apply for a public defender asap !

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  8. I have a chain of chain of custody document on a cds case and there are digital computerized signatures. dont the signatures

    Answered about 2 years ago.

    1. Adam Sean Cohen
    2. Brian S Wayson
    2 lawyer answers

    Digital signatures are acceptable, however, make sure that the signature is for an individual that was working on the day of the analysis and still employed and available to testify in Court. Be aware that you have a right to demand the presence, in Court, of any chemist/analyst who prepared an analysis. There are time requirements to make such a demand. Obviously, if you make the demand, and the person who did the analysis is not available or unable to appear in Court, you may have...

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  9. I am a Mexican lawyer and I am lost. I need an advice.

    Answered about 2 years ago.

    1. Adam Sean Cohen
    2. Mark Alan Mackin
    2 lawyer answers

    Never give up on your dream. There are many companies that deal with lawyer placements. You should try to get involved with a legal temp agency to get some exposure. Perhaps there is an area of the law that you will fall in love with that you never knew existed. GOOD LUCK !

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  10. Is an attorney needed for aiport cases?

    Answered about 2 years ago.

    1. Nicholas Bernard Proy
    2. Abraham Fernando Carpio-Gonzalez
    3. Adam Sean Cohen
    4. Richard F Kodzis
    5. Brian Jeffrey Palmer
    6. ···
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    If she has been charged criminally, the simple answer is YES, she would greatly benefit from the services of attorney. The attorney can assist her to insure her rights are protected before and during trial and if need be at sentencing. Good Luck, and, do not WAIT to begin the process for obtaining an attorney.

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