Will Points Show Up On My Maryland Driving Record If I Receive a Probation Before Judgment (PBJ) For A DWI/DUI?
Under Maryland law, a probation before judgment is not a conviction and, as a result, no points are assessed against your Maryland driving record. A probation before judgment is granted within the discretion of the trial judge following either a plea of guilty or having been found guilty following a trial. The judge strikes the finding of guilt off of your record and grants the probation before judgment. So long as you do not violate your probation there will be no conviction and no points.
If you have been charged with a DWI or DUI, you should download a FREE copy of our book, The ABCs Of DWIs In Maryland before talking to a lawyer. Our experienced DWI defense attorneys serve the following areas in Maryland:
Anne Arundel County, Glen Burnie, Pasadena, Severna Park, Arnold, Millersville, Annapolis, South Gate, Howard County, Ellicott City, Baltimore City, Baltimore County, Prince George’s County, Odenton, Crofton, Towson, Brooklyn Park, Essex, Dundalk, Riviera Beach, Green Haven, Bowie, Greenbelt, College Park, Beltsville, Severn, Jessup, Upper Marlboro, Olney, Columbia, Linthicum Heights, Elkridge, Arbutus, and Pikesville.
Meet Our Lawyers
Gregory P. Jimeno, Esquire
Frank C. Gray, Jr., Esquire.
Magaly Delisse Bittner, Esquire
Jessica McConnell, Esquire