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David E. Kindermann
About David E. Kindermann
OCEAN CITY, POTOMAC & ROCKVILLE OFFICES. Prior to communicating with government attorneys, pleading guilty or representing yourself, kindly consider: lack of proper representation may result in grave consequences such as incarceration, loss/seizure of property, substantial monetary fines, penalties and court costs, loss of employment, loss of driving license or other professional license and a... read more »
OCEAN CITY, POTOMAC & ROCKVILLE OFFICES. Prior to communicating with government attorneys, pleading guilty or representing yourself, kindly consider: lack of proper representation may result in grave consequences such as incarceration, loss/seizure of property, substantial monetary fines, penalties and court costs, loss of employment, loss of driving license or other professional license and a permanent criminal record.With over 27 years of experience in criminal litigation and traffic defense, I will pursue your justice to the highest court necessary. I defend the accused exclusively and have never served as a prosecutor or other agent of the State.
My offices are within footsteps of the courthouse and I routinely represent citizens in all aspects of the justice system, offer payment plans and flexible appointments.
The government seeks to affect your liberty. Do not contest the government without your attorney.Time is of the essence. CALL 301-762-7900 or David@KINDERMANNLAW.COM
David received his education from Thomas S. Wootton High School in Rockville (1981), the University of Wisconsin (1985) and Washington University-St. Louis (1988). Mr. Kindermann was admitted to practice in Maryland in December 1988 and in the District of Columbia in 1989. Prior to opening his own office, Mr. Kindermann received extensive trial experience defending and litigating claims on behalf of the Erie Insurance Group, multiple labor unions, and financial institutions, among others.
Civil and Criminal Litigation
- Criminal Charges
- Juvenile Offenses
- Injury Compensation
- Domestic Disputes
Licensed in Maryland and Washington D.C. including:
- U.S. Supreme Court
- U.S. Court of Appeals (D.C. Circuit)
- U.S. District Court - MD
- U.S. District Court - Washington D.C.
- U.S. Tax Court
- U.S. Court of Appeals (4th Circuit)
- U.S. Court of Military Appeals
All traffic code violations are in fact criminal violations. Do not make any statement of any type (it will be used against you) and be polite and cooperative. It may be a good idea to decline any "field sobriety tests" such as heel-to-toe/walk and turn, 1-leg stand, butchered alphabets ( D-T ), horizontal gaze nystagmus (HGN), preliminary breath test (PBT), among others.
Map & Directions
- Office: 301-762-7900
|Area of Practice||% Focus|
|DUI / DWI / Drunk Driving||7.50%|
|Criminal Appellate Law||2.50%|
|District of Columbia||Member in Good Standing||1989|
|Maryland||Member in Good Standing||1988|
|Potomac Legal, LLC||1988 – present|
|WASHINGTON UNIVERSITY-SAINT LOUIS||LAW||JURIS DOCTORIS||1988|
|UNIVERSITY OF WISCONSIN-MADISON||POLITICAL SCIENCE||BACHELOR OF ARTS||1985|
|Lifetime Member||National Organization for the Reform of Marijuana Laws||2015 – present|
|member||Maryland Criminal Defense Attorneys' Association||present|
|Host and Producer||"Contemporary Candor"||2001|
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Publications and Articles
Published December 2015
Publisher: Maryland Court of Appeals
At sentencing, a judge may impose a no-driving restriction as a reasonable condition of probation. To do so is neither an illegal sentence nor a violation of the separation of powers doctrine. Accordingly, Sheppard v. State, 344 Md. 143 (1996) is overruled.