In his 30 years of practicing law, Rockville area criminal and traffic attorney Leon Geller has been representing criminal-traffic offense defendants. He has been approached by many individuals who state things such as, “I didn’t want to take the plea, but my previous attorney made me.” At the Law Office of Leon Geller, it is important the client knows they have control over their case. It is the attorney’s role to present the client with all of the options and guide them in making their decision.
Three Day Course at Harvard
Between July 18 and July 20 of this year, North Potomac-Darnestown, North Bethesda-Garrett Park, Kensington, Gaithersburg, and Derwood-Redland area criminal and traffic attorney Leon Geller based in Rockville, Maryland will be attending the three day course at Harvard Law School. It is a Summer Session Curriculum in DUI Defense Law. It is hosted annually by the National College for DUI Defense. Attorney Geller has previously attended this seminar in 2016 and 2018, and has had the pleasure of meeting, gaining, and sharing knowledge with numerous DUI attorneys from across the country.
Blowing off a little steam now and then is important. If you have too much stress in your life, it may end in very negative health consequences. For some people, going out and having a few drinks is an excellent way to leave the stress of their daily lives behind. However, being pulled over while under the influence can be a very stressful situation.
There are many different laws on the books pertaining to the possession of illegal drugs. If you are caught with illegal drugs, you could be facing a long prison sentence and very expensive fines. Most people fail to realize just how many mistakes can be made during a drug crimes arrest. Both the person being arrested and the officers at the scene can make mistakes. Here are some of the most common mistakes that can be made during a drug arrest.
Getting arrested is a scary time for most people, especially if the crime in question is a serious one. You grapple with fear, anger and hopelessness. In Maryland, what happens once you are arrested depends on the nature of the crime.