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What Is The Difference Between Criminal Liability And Accomplice Liability?

- Lotze Mosley

At Lotze Mosley, LLP, our criminal defense attorneys in Washington D.C. and Maryland create unique strategies for each of our clients, so we can pursue the best outcome available for their legal circumstances. That means establishing strong cases that reduce our clients’ criminal liability, which is required to prove that the defendant is guilty of […]

Property Crimes Are The Most Reported Crimes In the United States

- Lotze Mosley

According to the Federal Bureau of Investigation, last year a property crime was reported approximately every three seconds in the United States, making them the most reported crimes in the country. These criminal offenses are usually intended with only the property in mind, as most of these crimes — although not all — do not […]

Our Skilled Criminal Defense Attorneys Are Working Full-Time During the COVID-19 Pandemic

- Lotze Mosley

At Lotze Mosley, LLP, our criminal defense attorneys in Washington D.C. and Maryland understand that during this unprecedented health crisis, the COVID-19 pandemic, many people have more questions than answers about their pending criminal charges. Our defense attorneys are working remotely at full capacity to ensure the safety of our staff and of both our existing and new […]

The Importance of Hiring a Major Felony Defense Attorney in Washington D.C.

- Lotze Mosley

Felonies are the most serious criminal charges anyone can commit. In Washington D.C., felony charges are based on the severity of the crime, the criminal history of the person who committed the crime, and the jurisdiction in which that crime took place. Depending on the criminal felony charge, it can be prosecuted by local or […]

What is the Difference Between Criminal Confinement & Kidnapping?

- Lotze Mosley

The difference between a crime that involves confinement and kidnapping is in the details of the offense. Simply put, while kidnapping involves confinement, criminal confinement may not involve kidnapping. Criminal confinement is the act of holding someone without their consent. Kidnapping is the act of unlawfully abducting, confining, or removing another against their will or […]

What Should I Do If I Am Falsely Accused of a Sex Crime?

- Lotze Mosley

At Lotze Mosley, LLP, our criminal defense attorneys in Washington D.C. and Maryland represent clients who have been accused of sex crimes under any circumstances — whether they committed the offense or not. Unfortunately, false allegations are common, and when someone is innocent of the charges waged against them, they often believe that talking with […]

What To Do If You Missed A Probation Appointment In Washington D.C. or Maryland

- Lotze Mosley

If you have been charged with a crime and received probation as part of your agreement, it is incredibly important that you fulfill your probation obligations completely. The first requirement of your probation is appearing for each of the scheduled appointments or running the risk of your probation officer reporting a violation to the conditions […]

Evaluating Your Legal Defense Options: Plea Bargain, Bench Trial, or Jury Trial

- Lotze Mosley

At Lotze Mosley, our criminal defense attorneys in Washington D.C. have tried over one hundred cases in Washington D.C. and throughout the State of Maryland. Each of those cases was unique — and so are the ones we handle going forward — which means the defendant’s legal defense options are going to be equally unique when […]

Can Text Messages Be Used Against You In Criminal Court?

- Lotze Mosley

Earlier this year we discussed how social media is fortifying prosecutor’s cases, as more and more people continue to post potentially incriminating evidence online for the world to see. At Lotze Mosley, LLP, our criminal defense attorneys in Washington D.C. work tirelessly to ensure our clients do not fall victim to their online personas inside […]

What Are The Consequences of Probation Violation In Washington D.C.?

- Lotze Mosley

Often, individuals may be found guilty of a crime — either through pleading guilty during an agreement with the prosecutor or as a result of a judge’s order — and receive probation as an alternative to jail time. Other times, individuals who have served jail time may be placed on probation as a part of […]