Marc Emden is an experienced litigator with more than 30 years of experience. As the firm’s sole practitioner, you can trust Emdenlaw to listen to your unique situation, handle your case with priority attention and work tirelessly to protect your rights, and win your case. He handles criminal defense cases, traffic violations, personal injury cases and peace and protective orders. He represents individuals and corporations that have filed lawsuits or are being sued in the District of Columbia, and throughout Maryland. Marc Emden is a trusted champion who provides quality representation with compassion.
Marc Emden acted with a strong sense of urgency on my case which was time sensitive. He connected promptly with the appropriate resources for my complicated business litigation matter. Notably, he exercises compassion with clients in a meaningful way. I strongly recommend Marc Emden without reservation.
Marc was extremely smart and did an excellent job. I could not be more pleased. His strategy was extremely effective. He took steps to do research on the case, spoke to the appropriate authorities and got my case dismissed as it was based on fraudulent accusations. After speaking with about 8 other attorneys, I feel very lucky to have found such an extremely smart efficient and caring attorney. He explained his strategy and worked rapidly to get the work done. He charged me a fair rate and had me “pay as we go” so as not to charge me a large sum when the “end” was not evident. I truly trust Marc Emden and gladly recommend him.
Although this [criminal case] has been an overall negative experience, on the positive note, it’s been a pleasure having you to represent me and it’s been nice meeting you. I thought you did an outstanding job investigating my case and of course at trial. Thank you again, I’ll be sure to recommend you to others
Mr. Emden handled my teenager’s case professionally and even with compassion. He made sure she understood everything about her case. She felt comfortable with him and with following his legal advice. I appreciated his concern and his willingness to answer our endless questions.
Thanks for all your help. I bet you sometimes feel like a therapist as well as a lawyer. You are quite good at both. Take care and thanks again.
The criminal penalties for violating the licensing requirements can be quite severe; a person who violates the requirements can be prosecuted for a misdemeanor and, or first conviction, is subject to a fine not exceeding $1,000 or imprisonment not exceeding 6 months and, on a second or subsequent conviction, is subject to a fine not...Read more
Starting on October 1, 2014 possession of less than 10 grams of marijuana won’t subject you to arrest or criminal charges for the first time in the modern history of the State of Maryland. Possession is now considered a civil offense, which means it will not appear in the public database, and will not have...Read more
Peace Orders and Protective Orders In Maryland, the process for getting a peace order or protective order from a District Court judge, District Court commissioner, or Circuit Court judge is a relatively easy one. But those who have become involved in the peace or protective order process should know the potential traps they may face...Read more
by Marc Emden, Esquire and Tacoma Strange, Able Bail Bonds, Inc. Lawyers from this office can appear before the person(the commissioner) who sets your bond when a warrant is issued for your arrest. If your lawyer appears on your behalf when a warrant is issued for your arrest, he often times can persuade the commissioner...Read more
By Marc Emden, Esquire For some of you, your first involvement with the Maryland court system will occur when you are named as a “Respondent” in a protective order or a peace order. If this happens to you, you may not fully appreciate the many traps you could face. A peace order is a type...Read more