Live from the State’s Highest Court
The Court of Appeals will webcast oral arguments Mar. 6, 7, 10, and 11 beginning at 10 a.m. Watch the live webcast.
Judges Help Bring Civics to Baltimore High School Students
Judges from Maryland’s courts are helping students learn about law and society. During a Civics and Law Academy on Feb. 27, high school students met face-to-face with judges and other legal professionals to discuss a variety of topics, including juvenile rights, criminal law, free speech, and the law in the technology age. Read more.
Governor Appoints 23 Judges
On Feb. 24, Governor Martin O’Malley announced the appointment of 23 judges who will serve across Maryland, including appointments to the District Court, Circuit Courts, and the Court of Special Appeals. Read about Maryland’s new judges in the governor’s news release.
Now Playing: Videos Offer Help
People who are representing themselves in Maryland courts can get help from short videos on several topics, including “Tips for Your Day in Court,” “Finding Legal Help,” and “Defending Against a Small Claim.” Visit the Maryland Judiciary’s library of self-help videos.
False “Court Case” Email Scam
Warning: A computer virus is currently going around that is in an email falsely claiming to be about a court case. The email is a scam, and opening any attachment or clicking on any link in the message triggers a malicious program that infects the recipient’s computer. The email is not from the courts nor is it about a court case. Read more.
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Learn about the Maryland Court System
The Maryland Electronic Courts (MDEC) project will create a single Judiciary-wide integrated case management system that will be used by all the courts in the state court system. Learn more
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