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Criminal Defense

If you have been arrested or charged with a crime in Maryland, you need an experienced Rockville criminal defense attorney who will passionately protect your rights.

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Restraining Orders

There are important factors to consider with a peace or protective order. Emden Law is highly skilled in handling peace and protective orders in all courts in Maryland.

How to Get a Restraining Order

 


Traffic Violations

Traffic charges in Maryland, in DC, and on Federal Property can be complicated. Ensure that a skilled trial attorney with an effective defense strategy handles your case.

Traffic Charges in Maryland Courts


Personal Injury

An injury due to another’s negligence raises complex legal questions. Don’t let uncertainty affect your recovery. Work with an established and experienced personal injury attorney.

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Meet Marc Emden

Emden_video_ProfileMarc 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.

Testimonials

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
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Latest Articles

  • 28Aug
    2015

    Do Police Need a Warrant to Search My Cell Phone?

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    For many people, their cell phone is the most important item they own. A cell phone, especially if it’s a smartphone, contains a myriad of personal data, such as all of the contact information for our friends and family, photos and videos we have taken or that others have shared with us, and countless conversations...

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  • 28Aug
    2015

    Searches and Seizures: The Basics

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    The 4th Amendment to the US Constitution protects all of us from unreasonable searches and seizures. Guarding you from things like the police breaking down your door in the middle of the night, wire-tapping your phone, searching your car, or looking through your cell phone — all these scenarios have been featured for decades in...

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  • 04Mar
    2015

    Charged with Performing Home Improvements without a License?

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    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, on 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...

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  • 25Nov
    2014

    New Marijuana Laws bring about first of a kind change to our state

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    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...

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  • 20Nov
    2014

    Restraining Orders: How to Get a Peace or Protective Order in Maryland

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    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...

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