Rockville is a major incorporated city in Montgomery County, Maryland, which is part of the Baltimore-Washington metropolitan area. It is also the county seat of Montgomery County. Rockville, along with neighboring cities, is at the core of the I-270 Technology Corridor, which houses a number of software, biotechnology and federal institutions.
Rockville comprises approximately 13.57 square miles and has an estimated population of 64,072. Approximately 52% of the residents are females and the median resident age is 38.7 years. There are approximately 23,686 households, with an average household size of 2.5 persons.
The median household income is $95,633, significantly more than the Maryland average. Approximately 57% of the population is married, while 7.8% are divorced.
An estimated 35% of residents were born outside the United States.
Rockville home prices are among the most expensive in Maryland, and consistently rank among the most expensive in the nation. Rockville is a city of artists, designers and media personnel that help shape Rockville’s character.
Rockville is a decidedly white-collar city. Nearly 92% of the workforce is employed in white-collar jobs, well above the national average. An estimated 14% of the workforce consists of those who work in management positions, and another 9% of residents are employed in office and administrative roles. Rockville is also home to more people working in computers and math than 95% of the places in the United States.
Driving offenses account for more run-ins with the law than any other offense, in Rockville as in other parts of the country. Transportation authorities ticket those who violate the rules of the road, with many infractions involving more than merely paying a fine. Repeat offenders may lose their driver’s license, driving privileges or face jail. If you are in an accident, you may face civil liability and, in some cases, punitive damages. However, there are alternatives.
Driving under the influence or operating a vehicle while intoxicated carries different penalties. There are mandatory minimums for incarceration if the driver’s BAC is above .20, or in the event of a repeat conviction. Additionally, the Department of Motor Vehicles can impose consequences on those convicted or arrested for DUI, which includes suspension of a license for a period of one year.
In Rockville and neighboring cities in Montgomery County, the law firm of Lotze Mosley, LLP represents clients in Superior Court and at the Department of Motor Vehicle hearings. We offer an initial consultation to assess your case.
You are invited to call us today at (202) 393-0535 to speak with one of our attorneys.
We are located at:
400 7th St NW #202
Washington, DC 20004