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Violating Your License Restrictions

VIOLATION OF A LICENSE RESTRICTION If you are found guilty of a DUI/DWI offense, these convictions are reported to the MVA and recorded on your Maryland driving record. Those convictions, as well as other moving traffic violations, result in a points assessment: 8 points for DWI and 12 points for DUI. An accumulation of 8 points subjects your license to a period of suspension, and an...
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94 Underage Drinking Citations Issued At House Party

Ocean City Police last week issued over 100 citations for underage alcohol possession in a single night, including 94 at one underage house party. Last Wednesday, Ocean City Police Department (OCPD) officers working in plainclothes details issued over 100 citations for underage drinking. Of those, 94 were issued a single underage house party. OCPD officers responded to a residence on Pine Tree...
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Attorney Brian H. Clark Presents $2,000 Check To OC Police

Attorney Brian H. Clark recently presented a check for $2,000 to Ocean City Police Chief Ross Buzzuro for the purpose of obtaining and distributing bicycle lights to residents to further enhance bike safety along resort roads. To read the full Article, please click here. Photo Courtesy: Maryland Coast Dispatch  
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Md. Governor Seeks To Grow Ignition Interlock Program

OCEAN CITY — If Governor Larry Hogan is successful in pushing through one of his latest initiatives, more drivers arrested on drunk-driving charges will be riding with ignition interlock devices inside their vehicles. Hogan last week announced a proposed expansion of the state’s ignition interlock system in the hopes of reducing the number of drunk drivers on the roadways and saving lives...
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New State Law Will Impact Police, Suspects; Some Offenses Now Could Now Result In Citations, Not Arrests

OCEAN CITY — With the arrival of another summer season and the pending invasion of the June Bugs, Ocean City will certainly see a spike in the number of lower level crimes, such as simple marijuana possession and disorderly conduct, for example, but the resort’s holding cells will not likely be filled with young revelers on most nights. A change in Maryland law that took effect on Jan. 1...
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