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Monthly Archives: March 2021


Who Can Access My Criminal Records After Expungement in Delaware?

By Michael W. Modica |

For those who wish they could erase all traces of a mistake or lapse in judgment that led to criminal charges, there is an option that comes close: Under Delaware’s statute on disclosure of expunged records, you may qualify to have your records sealed under certain circumstances. Though you cannot delete the entire matter,… Read More »


4 Delaware DUI Laws Motorists Need to Know

By Michael W. Modica |

The basic components of Delaware’s DUI statute are well-known to motorists: If convicted for a first-time offense, you face a fine ranging from $500-$1,000, incarceration for up to 12 months, and a one year driver’s license suspension. However, there are many subtle details within the state drunk driving laws of which many drivers are… Read More »


Your Guide to Presumptive Sentencing in Delaware

By Michael W. Modica |

After you are found or plead guilty in a Delaware criminal case, your matter moves to the sentencing phase where a judge will determine your punishment. Contrary to popular assumption, judges do not make decisions on sentencing arbitrarily. Instead, they refer to the Sentac Delaware Sentencing Benchbook, especially the provisions regarding presumptive sentencing. The… Read More »


Delaware Drug Charges for Vape Pens

By Michael W. Modica |

For multiple reasons, vaping has become a popular way of consuming marijuana by eligible medical patients and users in states where recreational pot is legal. It is convenient to take anywhere, there is less strong aroma, and the equipment is both reasonably priced and readily available. However, regardless of the benefits, cannabis in any… Read More »

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