"Marc Ward is an exceptional attorney. He is courageous and dedicated. If I or a loved one were ever in legal circumstances. Marc would be the top choice."M.L.
"Marc Ward is the only lawyer I go to. He is knowledgeable, professional and genuinely cares about the outcome of my case. He charges a fair price and tells me straight forward what he can do for me. I highly recommend Marc Ward's services. If you need a lawyer. Call this guy first."Kevin B.
Welcome to the Law Offices of Marc S. Ward. We understand your time is important and that you have questions regarding your current legal matter, whether it is DUI/DWI defense, Workers’ Compensation or Personal Injury. Feel free to browse our website to learn more about the services we provide, and how we can help you get the result you need. Rest assured that we understand that your legal matter is probably one of the most serious things in your life, and that we will give you the respect and attention you deserve.
Call us today at (301) 662-2911 to schedule a consultation today. We look forward to meeting you. We’ve represented numerous clients in personal injury cases, DUI/DWI cases as well as criminal cases in Maryland and we have the experience that you’re looking for. We’re simply here to help you.
Our office has handled a variety of criminal cases in Frederick, MD including: felony drug cases, sex offense, domestic violence, assault, theft, arson, driving while suspended, driving while revoked, and a significant number of DUI and DWI cases. While we have handled hundreds of felony cases, we bring an equally zealous approach to representing those charged with misdemeanors, such as disorderly conduct, disturbing the peace, trespassing, and traffic matters. When your liberty is at stake, we understand there is no such thing as a “minor trouble” and therefore will never treat you as a “minor” client…Read More
Criminal cases can take place in District or Circuit Court, depending on the specific charges. Felonies typically include a preliminary hearing unless you have been indicted...
Workers’ Compensation systems exist for two separate reasons. The first reason is to provide lost wage replacement, medical care, and permanent disability compensation...