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  • That Traffic Ticket!

    Tuesday May 02nd, 2017 When you get a traffic ticket and you decide you don’t want to pay the fine you must request for a trial. At the bottom of the ticket there should be a box where you select the option for a trial that must be mailed to the address provided on ... Read more
  • We should all open impound lots

    Monday April 10th, 2017 If your car is impounded for a traffic violation such as driving on a suspended insurance your car goes to the police impound lot until you claim it. Unclaimed vehicles are auctioned by the police after a certain period because some people can’t afford to pay the impound fees that ... Read more
  • Driver’s License Identity Theft

    Saturday March 25th, 2017 Once in a while, I handle cases where someone has a traffic court date but was never pulled over by the police. Despite the fact that they honestly have not committed a traffic violation, they are shocked to find that the case has their correct information (i.e. full ... Read more
  • Client Testimonial

    Tuesday March 21st, 2017 I’m so thankful and grateful for Chinwe! She listened to the specifics of my case and was diligent, knowledgeable and extremely professional while providing me with the absolute best representation. I was extremely nervous about my case. But she provided detailed information which helped reduced my anxiety greatly. She was ... Read more
  • Free Rides for 2017 Holidays provided by Lyft and SoberRide

    Wednesday March 08th, 2017 Free rides are being provided by Lyft and SoberRide during the 2017 holidays starting with St. Patrick’s Day March 17 at 4pm until March 18 at 4 am. For more information please see the link below. #Antidrunkdriving in the Washington D.C area. Free Rides During Holidays Read more
  • Don’t pay that traffic citation

    Monday February 20th, 2017 Whenever you have a traffic citation you should always consider going to court first. I know, who has time for court right? It is much easier to pay the fine for the traffic citation and move on with your life. However, many of the traffic citations carry points and hefty ... Read more
  • Suspended License in Maryland

    Monday February 13th, 2017 The maximum penalty for driving on a suspended license in Maryland for your first offense is 1 year in jail and/or $1,000 and a possible 12 points on your driving record. Here are a few reasons your license may be suspended: DUI conviction Failure to pay child support Failure to attend driver’s improvement program Failure ... Read more
  • Client Testimonial

    Friday February 03rd, 2017 Ms. Chinwe Kpaduwa has excellent legal experience in the auto accident and criminal defense areas, providing thorough research, review, and investigation techniques in the processing of my son’s, my husband’s and my cases. Through my seeking Ms. Chinwe’s legal services for my son’s case, she kindly, through the blessing of ... Read more
  • Bench Warrants

    Monday January 30th, 2017 One of the most common ways people get bench warrants is failing to show up for court. Whether it is a traffic or criminal matter, if you don’t show up for court you usually get a bench warrant. A major cause of this is a change of address. Changing your ... Read more
  • Do insurance companies conduct opposition research during my claim?

    Tuesday January 17th, 2017 Yes. Opposition research refers to evidence used against the plaintiff to devalue their injury claim. Social media postings are common research tools. This is why posting on social media during car accident treatment can have adverse effects on your case. Some of us like to post daily activity on social ... Read more