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Towson DUI Law Firm
I am former Assistant State's Attorney for Baltimore City and have been in the private practice of criminal and drunk driving law for 20 years. My tag says "No Plea" because I am known for my trying cases. Many lawyers look to get in and out of court as quickly as possible. My objective is to secure the best possible outcome for my clients. I'm no pallbearer. I handle all state and federal criminal and traffic matters, including appeals to the Court of Special Appeals and the Court of Appeals.
About Gary S. Bernstein, P.A.
- Criminal Practice & Procedure in the District Court of Maryland, Maryland Institute for Continuing Professional Education of Lawyers, Inc. 1982 to present
- Handling the DWI Case, Maryland Institute for Continuing Professional Education of Lawyers, Inc. 1982 to present
Classes and Seminars
- Handling the DWI Case, Maryland Institute for Continuing Professional Education of Lawyers, Inc., 1982 - Present
- Criminal Practice & Procedure in the District Court of Maryland, Maryland Institute for Continuing Professional Education of Lawyers, Inc., 1982 - Present
Pro Bono Activities
- Criminal Code Revision Committee, -
- Criminal Law Revision Committee, - Present
- Board of Directors, Maryland Criminal Defense Attorney's Association
- Livingston v. State, 317 Md. 408 (Ct. of Appeals 1989)
- Hardaway v. State, 317 Md. 160 (Ct of Appeals 1989)
- State v. Davis, 310 Md 611 (Ct. of Appeals 1987)
- Mullaney v. Aude, 736 A.2d 1065 (Ct of Sp. App. 1999)
- Craig v. State, 316 Md. 551 (Ct. of Appeals 1989)
- B.N. v. K.K, 312 Md. 135 (Ct. of Appeals 1988)
- Gary S. Bernstein (Attorney)
Offers Free Initial Consultation
Accepts Credit Cards
215 Washington AvenueSuite 700 Towson, MD 21204
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