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Wills: Estate Planning in D.C., Maryland, and Virginia

A Last Will and Testament, or will, conveys how a person wants to distribute their assets after they die. Most military families are familiar with wills because service members often draft up a will before they deploy. People who have

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Tenants and Landlords in Maryland: What Are My Rights?

Whether you pay rent to live in your landlord’s home, or rent out your own home to tenants, regulations exist to protect both the landlord and the tenant in the state of Maryland.  When the lease is signed, the property

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Hearsay Exceptions – The Best of the Rest

Today we wrap up our three-part series on the hearsay rules in the Military Rules of Evidence (MRE) by discussing exceptions to the hearsay rules when the declarant is unavailable to testify as a witness. We’ll also cover what’s known

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Exceptions to the Hearsay Rule

Hearsay- Exceptions when the Declarant is Available to Testify In our last post on hearsay we explained both how Military Rules of Evidence (MRE) 801 defines hearsay and how it excludes certain statements from the general rule—found in MRE 802—that hearsay

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