attorney richard (dick) f. kodzis

Maryland Criminal & Drunk Driving Defense attorney

Attorney Richard F. Kodzis exclusively devotes his law practice to defending people who have been accused of a criminal offense or drunk driving (often referred to as a DWI, DUI or OWI) by law enforcement agencies in the State of Maryland, and those people who are in need of legal assistance for an MVA hearing.


glen burnie maryland law office

The Law Offices of Attorney Richard (Dick) Kodzis are located in Glen Burnie, Maryland (map & directions). Attorney Kodzis represents people who have been arrested anywhere in Maryland. He most frequently appears in the courts located in Anne Arundel County, Prince George's County, Calvert County, Howard County, Montgomery County, Baltimore County, Hartford County and Carroll County, Maryland. His clients often reside in Glen Burnie, Annapolis, Elliott City, Baltimore, Westminster, and Towson, Maryland, as well as at Fort Meade and the United States Naval Academy in Annapolis.


the kodzis Approach

YOU are the reason we practice law. At the Law Office of Richard Kodzis, you will receive the individual case and professional effort that you deserve.


free initial consultation

Attorney Kodzis offers anyone who has been arrested (and those who are seeking an attorney to represent another who has been arrested) a free initial meeting. He is also willing to make in-home, hospital and prison visits if clients cannot meet him at his office in Glen Burnie, Maryland.

For a free initial consultation, call 410-729-1080.


Maryland Attorney

Attorney Richard Kodzis is licensed to practice law in the state of Maryland. He represents people in every court in Maryland, and most frequently appears in the courts in Anne Arundel County, Howard County, Prince George County, Montgomery County, and Calvert County, Howard County, Hartford County, Carroll County and Baltimore County, Maryland. His office is located in Glen Burnie, and he often travels to Annapolis, Ellicott City, Westminister, Towson and Baltimore, Maryland, as well as Fort Meade and the U. S. Naval Academy at Annapolis.