A Local Attorney for Local People
Being targeted by the criminal justice system can be terrifying, and has the potential to have devastating impacts on your life. These traumatic experiences often leave individuals feeling powerless, and intimidated, before they even set foot in a court room. Mr. Trainor has substantial experience with almost all criminal offenses charged in the State of Maryland, and has the ability to confidently and professionally work with you to help you regain your comfort and peace of mind.
These charges include, and are not limited to: Drug related offenses, Firearm related offenses, Assault & Domestic Violence Assault, Violation of Protective Orders, Burglary, Theft & Attempted Theft, Motor Vehicle Theft & Carjacking, Disorderly Conduct & Resisting Arrest, Arson, Robbery, etc.
Additionally, Mr. Trainor has experience and training with the examination and expungement of your past and current criminal record. Whether a charge is old or recent, there are many offenses that people do not realize can be removed from their criminal records. This is extremely important as our clients move forward through their education, employment, housing, and other aspects of their lives. Mr. Trainor is committed to fighting for you and the results that you deserve, not only on your day in court, but going forward in your life.
Being charged with a criminal offense is overwhelming, hurtful, and can have impacts that are both immediate and long lasting. How you decide to proceed with your pending charges has the potential to change the job you are working, the educational goals you have for yourself, and your ability to live a successful life going forward.
If you are facing criminal charges, please put your faith in Mr. Trainor to guide you through this experience with the utmost respect, knowledge, experience. Mr. Trainor will help you successfully resolve your case, and get your life back. Call the office today at 443-687-9579, or feel free to reach out via email at email@example.com. Located on Lombard Street in Baltimore City, The Law Office of John J. Trainor III is a local office for local people looking for an attorney that they can trust. Please let Mr. Trainor assist you!
Driving Under the Influence and Driving While Intoxicated are offenses that are taken very seriously in the State of Maryland. Whether it is your first experience with this charge, or whether you are facing a subsequent or repeat offense, every individual will want to explore all of their options and seek the result that puts them in the best position moving forward. These offenses have the ability to impact the status of your license, your ability to continue driving, your insurance and associated cost, and they can also result in points being enforced on your MVA record.
Mr. Trainor has handled hundreds of DUI and DWI related cases successfully, and has represented individuals ranging from their first and only such offense to those pending multiple DUI and DWI related offenses at the same time. His experience will provide you with in depth legal analysis of the charges against you, the charging documents that have been created by law enforcement, your options in terms of how to proceed, and the likely outcome in court of each of those options.
More than any other offense, Driving Under the Influence and Driving While Intoxicated offenses impact individuals who otherwise have never had any contact with law enforcement or the legal system. Often times individuals are scared, confused, and eager to speak with someone who can give them professional and comforting advice on how to best handle their situation.
Your ability to continue driving legally impacts you, your family members, your ability to work and earn a living, and your ability to be depended on by those closest to you. Have faith that if you call Mr. Trainor, you will be treated with respect and kindness from your first phone call to the end of your pending matter. Mr. Trainor’s knowledge, experience, and sincere desire to protect his clients and their families will help you successfully resolve your case, and get your life back where you want it. Call the office today at 443-687-9579, or feel free to reach out via email at firstname.lastname@example.org. Located on Lombard Street in Baltimore City, The Law Office of John J. Trainor III is a local office for local people looking for an attorney they can trust. Please let Mr. Trainor assist you!
Driving While Suspended / Revoked
Several different situations can lead to a person’s privilege to drive legally in the State of Maryland being suspended, including and not limited to: LEA Suspensions, Failing to Appear in Court, Failing to Pay Fines or Court Costs, Child Support, issues relating to a DUI or DWI type offense, etc. In some situations, you may not even be aware that your privilege to drive is currently suspended. Mr. Trainor’s experience handling minor traffic offenses will help guide you through whatever issue is suspending your privilege to drive.
Driving Without a License
The State of Maryland has a valid interest in making sure that all of the drivers in their State are licensed, and Driving Without a Valid License or Authorization puts you at risk of jail time, a monetary fine, and has the potential to impact your MVA record. Mr. Trainor will work with you to help restore or attain your license, and guide you to a successful result.
There are various charges associated with a lack of vehicle insurance, and some of these charges may lead to incarceration, payable fines, and a negative impact on your MVA record. Mr. Trainor has handled many cases involving vehicle insurance, and can comfortably guide you through an uncomfortable situation.
An extremely common minor offense, depending on the speed that is alleged by law enforcement, speeding can result in serious damage to your MVA record, your financial security, and your ability to maintain a valid license. Mr. Trainor’s experience makes him familiar with the small details relating to these charges that will help you achieve the best result possible.
One of the biggest concerns of every individual charged with a traffic offense is the potential for points on their MVA record. Attaining points can result in having to complete costly driving programs with the MVA, suspension of your license, or even revocation of your license in some cases. Mr. Trainor has helped countless clients navigate the issue of gathering points on their record, and has helped them remain validly licensed and insured.
Ensuring that you or a loved one is released from incarceration while pending trial is of the utmost importance to any attorney. It allows a client to have greater access to their attorney, better and more frequent communication and trial preparation, and can allow individuals pending criminal charges to maintain their employment, their educational pursuits, and their support of their families.
If an individual is subjected to continued incarceration until their case goes to court, their lives and the lives of the people they love can face serious, negative consequences. These consequences include and are not limited to: loss of employment, loss of housing, loss of child custody, etc. Additionally, they will be subjected to harsh and inhumane conditions at the hands of the State of Maryland until they return to liberty.
Mr. Trainor has successfully represented hundreds of individuals through bail review and habeas corpus hearings. Including individuals charged with both misdemeanor and serious felony offenses, Mr. Trainor is committed to ensuring that his clients have their liberty restored as quickly as possible.
There are several different options for the Court when considering if and how they will release an individual pending trial, and Mr. Trainor has the skills and experience to gather the information and support that the Court will need to make a successful decision for his client.
In some cases, the Court will not release an individual without having some type of alcohol and/or drug treatment for them in place, and the Court may even require an individual to be placed on Home Detention when they are released from incarceration. Mr. Trainor has years of experience with several different treatment centers throughout the State of Maryland, and experience with multiple home detention companies that the Court will allow clients to utilize.
Any length of incarceration is too long for our clients, and we will fight to get you or your loved one back at liberty. Being ripped away from family, children, and spouses is absolutely devastating, and can have long lasting effects both on the incarcerated individual and the rest of their family unit. Mr. Trainor will work tirelessly to get you back home!
Navigating a term of supervised or unsupervised probation can be extremely difficult and confusing, particularly for those individuals who have been placed on a period of probation for the first time.
Often times, individuals on probation are seeking help dealing with the onerous task of completing the probation successfully without violation. Mr. Trainor has years of experience helping his clients achieve their probation related goals, including and not limited to: modifying special conditions imposed by the Court, shortening the length of the probation, modifying the amount of monetary fees due, and terminating the probation early.
For clients that are facing an upcoming Violation of Probation, Mr. Trainor has years of experience navigating violation hearings successfully. Individuals may be exposed to potential years of incarceration at these hearings, and the hearings can be very traumatic to those involved. A violation can be based on many things, such as failing to complete a condition of the probation, failing to properly report as required, or being charged with a new offense while on an active probation. Mr. Trainor will guide you through your violation hearing with confidence and comfort.
Incarcerated individuals who have served a portion of their sentence may be seeking to be released on parole under the supervision of the Division of Parole and Probation. Although the length of time served may vary based on the offense and circumstances of that offense, incarcerated individuals seeking release on parole have the potential to have their life at liberty restored at their Parole Hearing.
In addition to experience with Probation related issues, Mr. Trainor has represented multiple individuals at their parole hearings. Mr. Trainor has represented individuals seeking release from incarceration on standard and medically related parole, and has fought for his clients before the Maryland Parole Commission and also before the Governor’s Legal Counsel in Annapolis. If you or a loved one are seeking release from incarceration on parole, Mr. Trainor will work to help determine an individual’s eligibility, the best course of action to fight for release, and the likelihood of an individual’s potential request for release to be granted.
Being subjected to continued incarceration while an individual is pending trial can have severe implications on their ability to participate in their own defense. Incarceration makes it extremely challenging for people to view the evidence associated with their case, to engage with their attorney and help form defenses for their upcoming trial, and to keep personal information relating to their pending case confidential. Pretrial incarceration cuts off free flowing communication with both an individual’s attorney and the other people in their life that they trust, which can lead to extreme stress and anxiety leading up to a court date.
Mr. Trainor prides himself on keeping the lines of communication with his clients open, and making sure that their fears and anxieties are addressed. Mr. Trainor has visited clients in detention facilities throughout the State of Maryland, and helped them regain control over their case that they thought was taken from them when they were incarcerated. Mr. Trainor has the knowledge and ability to review evidence with his incarcerated clients, adequately prepare for the successful resolution of their case, and provide a sense of relief to those overwhelmed by the current loss of their freedom.