How I Approach Criminal Cases

Have You Been Charged With a Crime or Been Arrested?

Marc Emden has represented hundreds of clients in Maryland and the District of Columbia facing criminal charges. If you are in need of a Rockville criminal lawyer as a result of being accused of a crime, he will fight for your freedom and to protect your reputation.

Montgomery County, Maryland criminal defense attorney Marc Emden represents clients in the District of Columbia, and throughout Maryland including Rockville, Bethesda, Gaithersburg, Silver Spring in Montgomery County, as well as in Prince George’s County, Howard County, Dorchester County, Washington County, and other counties in Maryland as well as in the United States District Court.

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Montgomery County Criminal Defense Attorney

Marc Emden has experience dealing with a variety of criminal defense cases. For more information about a specific criminal offense-related situation, click on one of the headings below.

Bond Reviews

Due to recent changes in the law, your lawyer now has greater access to the person who decides whether you must post a bond before you can be released from jail (commissioner) when a warrant has been issued for your arrest. This means that If the Court issues a warrant for your arrest, Mr. Emden can now attend your hearing before the (commissioner), This significantly improves your chances of avoiding the risk of spending time in jail before trial and also can save you money by getting the amount of bond reduced.

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Have You Been Accused of a Crime or Arrested? Do You Need a Criminal Defense Attorney?

Montgomery County, Maryland criminal defense attorney Marc Emden represents clients in the District of Columbia, and throughout Maryland including Rockville, Bethesda, Gaithersburg, Silver Spring in Montgomery County, as well as in Prince George’s County, Howard County, Dorchester County, Washington County, and other counties in Maryland.

Quick Tip

There are many situations in which you can create a private agreement between yourself and the petitioner. These agreements can help you avoid the many risks that come about from the public disclosure of your peace or protective order matter.

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