AFFORDABLE MARYLAND CRIMINAL LAWYER


An affordable Maryland criminal lawyer ∼ who is familiar with the Maryland court system ∼ can help to either dismiss or lower your charges.

Affordable Maryland Criminal Lawyer

Steven Ameche, Esq.



Affordable & Competent Maryland Criminal Attorney



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(240) 705-8960

Hagerstown, Frederick, Cumberland, Westminster, Ellicott City, Rockville. Silver Spring, Oakland, Hyattsville, Upper Marlboro, PG County, Annapolis, Glen Burnie, Essex, Baltimore County, Allegany County. Catonsville, Towson, Washington County, Montgomery County



ACHIEVING THE BEST POSSIBLE RESULTS ∼


Indeed, as an affordable Maryland criminal lawyer, Mr. Ameche has successfully handled all types of Maryland criminal law cases. Further, he is familiar with the nuances of the Maryland court system. Moreover, Mr. Ameche is proud to offer his clients over 26 years of in the trenches experience. Accordingly, he is a skilled and well respected Maryland criminal attorney. Mr. Ameche will try to get the best outcome for your case. Hence, he is a seasoned Maryland criminal attorney. His goal is simply to achieve the best possible results for each of his clients in every case he handles.



Some Criminal Law Areas of Practice

 ASSAULT
 THEFT
 DISORDERLY CONDUCT
 WEAPONS
 DRUG CRIMES
 PROSTITUTION



Traffic Law areas that an affordable Maryland criminal lawyer can help you with…

 DUI
 HIT & RUN
 TRAFFIC TICKETS
 BENCH WARRANTS
 
SUSPENDED LICENSE
 
DRIVING WITHOUT INSURANCE
 MOST FELONY & MISDEMEANORS



An affordable Maryland criminal attorney for theft crimes…

An experienced Maryland theft lawyer can help you with the charges of felony or misdemeanor theft, shoplifting, burglary and scheme. 

∼ Theft Offenses:

 Misdemeanor theft of property or services with a value of less than $100.

 Misdemeanor theft of property or services with a value of less than $1,000.

 Felony theft of property or services of at least $1,000 but less than $10,000.

 Felony theft of property/services of at least $10,000 but less than $100,000. 



∼ Scheme

Sometimes several thefts happen in one continuing course or scheme. Accordingly, the State may add up the total value of the stolen items and charge with an additional count.

MD § 7-104



An affordable Maryland theft lawyer can help to either dismiss or lower theft charges



∼ About Restitution

You’re going to have to pay it back. A person convicted of a theft crime may also have to repay the victim for the value of the property.



∼ Assault

A quality assault lawyer can help you with your first or second degree assault charge.


First Degree Assault

A charge of First Degree Assault will include one of the following:

1. Intentionally causing serious physical injury to another.
2. Attempting to cause serious physical injury to another.
3. Also, committing an assault with a firearm.

A serious physical injury occurs when the injuries cause a risk of death or permanent damage.

First degree assault is a felony – punishable by up to 25 years in prison.

MD. Code §3-202



Second Degree Assault

Second Degree Assault is a step down from First Degree Assault.  This charge usually comes when there is an assault that does not result in serious injury. Generally, this is an unwanted touching of another person. 

Second Degree Assault is a misdemeanor. However, do not take this lightly. It carries a maximum sentence of 10 years in prison.

Lastly, an assault on a police officer is a felony.

An affordable Maryland criminal lawyer can help with a favorable result.

MD. Code §3-203



Reckless Endangerment

Reckless Endangerment occurs when a person recklessly puts someone at risk of death or seriously physical injury.

The offense of Reckless Endangerment is not an intentional act. For example, diving off of a stage into a crowd. Also, shooting a gun on New Year’s eve. 

Reckless Endangerment is a misdemeanor. It can result in jail time, not exceeding 5 years, or a fine not exceeding $5,000, or both.

MD. Code §3-204



Drug Crimes

 – A knowledgeable Maryland criminal drug crimes attorney can help. Information on drug possession or distribution of drugs offenses…

Drug Type:

1) Schedule 1 drugs: Ecstasy, LSD, and Heroin.
2) Schedule 2 drugs: Cocaine and Morphine.
3) Schedule 3 drugs: Anabolic steroids and Vicodin.
4) Schedule 4 drugs: Ambien, Xanax, and Valium.
5) Schedule 5 drugs: Lyrica and cough suppressants.



Penalty for Possession:

Controlled Substances (excluding marijuana) – Such as heroin (smack, tar, junk, white), cocaine (blow, coke) and methamphetamines (meth).
• Maximum penalty of up to 4 years and/or $25,000 fine.

Drug Paraphernalia—Use or possession with intent to use (i.e., syringes).
• Maximum—4 years and/or $25,000 fine.

MD Code § 5-601



Prostitution

This crime can be embarrassing. Further, keeping a prostitution charge off of your record should be a priority. Sometimes doing a little community service can help. A Maryland criminal lawyer may have a solution.



Indeed, an affordable Maryland criminal lawyer. Mr. Ameche practices in Maryland and the District of Columbia. Further, he has argued in front of the US Third Circuit Court of Appeals. Proudly, Mr. Ameche is a graduate of the University of Central Florida and recipient of the UCF distinguished alumni award. Lastly, Steven Ameche is a licensed and insured State of Maryland battle-hardened criminal attorney.



In short, call or text (240) 705-8960. Also, email us at scameche@gmail.com. Further, ask about our inexpensive low cost payment plans. 

Lastly, hire a valid attorney. Accordingly, you can check bar admission with the State of Maryland – Attorney License Check Here.

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