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Estate Planning for Parents

Making updates to an estate plan is an important step to take in various stages throughout life, and having children is one of these stages. There are several important components of your estate plan that may require adjustment when you introduce children into your life, especially if you are an older parent of young or…

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Warren Alperstein Interviewed Regarding Mosby Lawsuit

Five Baltimore Police Officers have filed suit against State’s Attorney Marilyn Mosby, alleging that her actions during the prosecution of the Officers’ trials were negligent and malicious. Mrs. Mosby acted as an investigator in the case of Freddie Gray’s death, which means her immunity to lawsuit and compulsion to testify could become void. Alperstein &…

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Expungement of Criminal Records

Criminal charges can have extensive and life-long effects for the convicted. Individuals with a criminal record often face difficulties obtaining employment and procuring suitable living arrangements because of them. However, under certain circumstances and depending on a number of factors, Marylanders may be able to have their arrests or even convictions removed from their public…

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Understanding Arraignment

The United States Constitution provides individuals with protections from being held in custody for extended periods of time without knowing what they have been charged with.  Arraignment serves to provide individuals who are accused of a crime with a reading of the charges filed against them. An arraignment is a preliminary stage in a criminal…

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How to Choose a Divorce Attorney with Confidence

What kind of attorney will best represent you in a divorce? The answer to that question is highly dependent on your individual needs as a client. A competent lawyer who understands divorce law is ideal, but a good attorney should also have the ability to provide support during emotionally trying circumstances. When choosing representation for…

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What You Need to Know If You are Charged With a Crime

If you are charged with a crime, you have a number of constitutional rights. Perhaps the most important one is the presumption of innocence. You are considered to be innocent until proven guilty. Not until the State proves “beyond a reasonable doubt” that you committed a crime can you be found guilty and punished. It…

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What You Need to Know About Police Investigations

Know Your Rights At Alperstein & Diener, we sometimes hear people say, “I haven’t done anything wrong, why would I need an attorney? I will just tell the police the truth.” The reality is that innocent people need an attorney during a police investigation just as much, if not more, a person who is guilty.…

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Estate Planning Considerations for New Couples

Summer wedding season is in full swing. As new couples undertake the countless hours of planning required for their wedding day, they often do not consider how the changes in their near future will affect their individual estate plan. Take a minute to review these basic estate planning considerations so you can be sure that…

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Warren Alperstein Offers Prediction for Rice Trial

On Thursday, July 15, 2016, Judge Barry Williams heard closing arguments in the trial of Lieutenant Brian Rice. Rice is charged with involuntary manslaughter, reckless endangerment and misconduct in office for the arrest and death of Freddie Gray last year. Judge Williams’ is expected to return a verdict on Monday, July 18th. When asked about his prediction…

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Warren Alperstein Offers Insight to The Baltimore Sun

Closing arguments in the trial of Lieutenant Brian Rice are set to be heard on the morning of Thursday, July 14th. Rice is currently facing charges of involuntary manslaughter, reckless endangerment and misconduct in office. Judge Barry Williams previously dismissed two other charges against the Lieutenant. In speaking with The Baltimore Sun regarding the possible outcome of the…

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