Multiple Baltimore Shootings Now Under Police Investigation

Maryland ABC affiliate WJZ reported recently that a rash of Baltimore shootings is now under police investigation. In one incident on April 16, two men were shot and wounded. Both men were taken to Sinai Hospital, where one, who had been shot in the head, was pronounced dead upon arrival. The other, who suffered injuries to his back, remains in critical condition at Sinai.

Another shooting the same night resulted from a botched home invasion. Two men attempting to enter a home were confronted by the 23-year-old resident, who was shot in the incident. The 23-year-old was taken to Johns Hopkins, where he was pronounced dead. Police have made one arrest in that Maryland violent crime case.

Later that same night, a 30-year-old man was shot during an argument outside a liquor store. The shooter remains at large, while the victim is expected to recover.

People arrested during the investigation of a criminal case remain innocent until proven guilty. An arrest does not mean that the person arrested has committed any crime. Arrested individuals have a number of constitutional rights during their arrest and investigation, including the right to remain silent as well as the right to choose an attorney who will work hard to ensure that police respect their constitutional rights during the investigation.

If you have been arrested in connection with a violent crime in Maryland, please contact the skilled and knowledgeable MD criminal defense attorneys at Alpert Schreyer, LLC. Our lawyers can help you build a strong defense to protect your constitutional rights. Contact the experienced attorneys at Alpert Schreyer today by calling 866-444-6363 for a free case evaluation.

About Andrew Alpert

+Andrew is one of the leading DUI and criminal defense attorneys in both the state of Maryland and the District of Columbia. He blogs about Maryland DUI law, has numerous videos on the subject and has been asked to appear on national television to offer his legal opinion on high-profile criminal cases.