Attorneys - You Must E-file in Anne Arundel County
Attorneys filing in Anne Arundel County must file electronically or their filings will not be accepted. On August 3, 2015, criminal and traffic filings must also be e-filed. Nonpayment of rent cases will continue to be exempt from mandatory e-filing until further notice. Read more.
Need an Interpreter in Court?
The Maryland Judiciary has made two changes to the Maryland Rules to help ensure access to the courts for people with limited proficiency in English or who need an accommodation under the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA). Read more .
Cost Schedules Revised
Revised court cost schedules went into effect July 1, 2015, for the Court of Appeals, Court of Special Appeals, Circuit Courts and District Court. Read more .
Available July 1: Uniform Subpoena Form
On July 1, 2015, the Judiciary launched a new uniform subpoena form statewide. Attorneys can access the form electronically and no longer have to travel to courthouses to request subpoena forms. Read more.
New Phone Scam about Jury Duty Reported
The Maryland Judiciary wants to warn the public about a new, more sophisticated “court” scam that has been reported in southern Maryland, but also may be happening elsewhere throughout the state. Read more.
E-Filing Mandatory in Anne Arundel County for Attorneys: Attorneys filing in Anne Arundel County (non-criminal pleadings) must file electronically or their filings will not be accepted.Read more.
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