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Monthly Archives: August 2023


Degrees of Child Abuse Offenses in Delaware

By Michael W. Modica |

Child abuse is intolerable, which is why the federal government and US states have enacted tough laws to punish those who cause harm to vulnerable children. Delaware’s child abuse statute is no exception. If convicted, a person faces jail time and fines, and there may be requirements to register with the state child abuse… Read More »


Weapons Charges in Connection with Felonies Under Delaware Law

By Michael W. Modica |

Many of Delaware’s laws on dangerous weapons make it unlawful to possess certain types of items or carry them designated places, even if you never do anything with them. However, the stakes are higher when you do employ certain items while engaged in criminal activity. Delaware has two statutory provisions that bar possession of… Read More »


What to Expect with a Delaware Case as a Habitual Offender

By Michael W. Modica |

From the terminology alone, you can guess that a habitual offender is someone who has been arrested and convicted on multiple criminal charges. The specific definition under Delaware’s statute on habitual criminals varies based upon the number of prior convictions and type of crime, with the focus being on violent felonies and certain drug… Read More »


What To Do If You Were Arrested on Campus in Delaware

By Michael W. Modica |

Going away to college is one of the first opportunities for many young people to gain independence, so it is common for students to make mistakes or exercise poor judgment. Statistics on crime on college campuses in the US reveals that there are around 28,400 crimes reported every year against students, staff, and property…. Read More »

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