Mr. Tayter earned his Bachelor of Arts degree from the University of Michigan and his J.D. and M.B.A. from Washington University in St. Louis. He graduated law school with honors and won several awards for academic excellence. Before entering private practice, Mr. Tayter was an Administrative Law Judge who presided over more than 15,000 driver’s license suspension and revocation hearings.
Mr. Tayter is licensed to practice law in the State of Maryland and the State of Colorado. He is fully certified to conduct Standardized Field Sobriety Tests (the set of roadside exercises the police request you perform during DUI and DWI stops). Mr. Tayter is a member of the American Bar Association, the Maryland State Bar Association, and the Colorado Bar Association.
Mr. Tayter represents clients in all Maryland State Courts as well as at the Office of Administrative Hearings. Mr. Tayter is ready to represent you against DUI charges or help you navigate through the judicial system as you fight a ticket or other traffic violation.
Mr. Tayter has extensive experience, and he brings his knowledge and expertise to every single case he takes on. When you hire Mr. Tayter, you are getting an attorney who understands DUI charges in the state of Maryland thoroughly and uses that information to help each of his client obtain the best possible result in their case.
“I tailor my approach to the individual case,” says Mr. Tayter. “In a case where an aggressive approach is called for, I use an extremely aggressive approach; in a case where our best option is reaching some kind of settlement, I pursue a very pleasant settlement policy.”
Mr. Tayter is fluent in Russian.
Ed Tayter represents clients across the state of Maryland with DUI defense needs, so if you are in need of a DUI lawyer for Prince George’s County or a Montgomery County, please contact us for more information or to schedule a free consultation.
Below are several links to question-and-answer pages excerpted from an interview with Edward Tayter in which he discusses his experience defending cases in Maryland.