Diamant Gerstein

If you follow legislative updates as to domestic law in Maryland, some of the below cases may be helpful to read: 1. Polygraph tests don’t come into evidence. They are unreliable.   In re. A.N., B.N., and V.N., 226…

I am often asked, “How much am I going to have to pay in alimony?” Well, the answer is: “It depends.” And, it’s totally up to the Judge hearing your case. Maryland law has several different types of alimony:…

Maryland Assault Laws In Maryland, assault is defined as an attempt to touch someone else without their consent. Usually, the touching in question is an act of violence, such as a punch or threatening someone with a weapon. One of…

Officer Noah Leotta was a Montgomery County, Maryland police officer who was hit and killed by a drunk driver.  As a result of this tragedy, a Maryland drunk driving law has been called Noah’s Law from its inception. The…

Possession of Less than 10 grams of Marijuana in Maryland In Maryland, possession or use of less than 10 grams of marijuana is not a criminal offense.  Possession or use of up to 10 grams of marijuana is still…