Maryland Courts

  • Lonise Bias, Mother of Len Bias, to Address Graduates of Prince George’s County District Court’s Adult Drug Court

    Lonise Bias, Mother of Len Bias, to Address Graduates of Prince George’s County District Court’s Adult Drug Court

    The newest graduates of the Prince George’s County District Court Adult Drug Court will hear from Dr. Lonise Bias, Len Bias’ mother, during their graduation ceremony on Tuesday, August 15, at 1 p.m., in Courtroom 264B in the Prince George’s County District Court, 14735 Main Street, Upper Marlboro. Read more.

  • Court of Appeals Hosts Prince George’s County Students

    Court of Appeals Hosts Prince George’s County Students

    Maryland Court of Appeals Chief Judge Mary Ellen Barbera met with students participating in Prince George's County Bar Association’s Law Links Student Internship Program during their July 27 Court of Appeals visit. Read more.

  • Maryland State Law Library Director Receives National Public Service Award

    Maryland State Law Library Director Receives National Public Service Award

    Steve Anderson, Director of the Maryland State Law Library, has received the 2017 Roy M. Mersky Spirit of Law Librarianship Award for Public Service from the American Association of Law Libraries. The award gives special recognition to individual law librarians engaged in significant acts of charitable work or community or social service. Read more.

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    Judge Brian D. Shockley Named Administrative Judge for Worcester County Circuit Court

    Maryland Court of Appeals Chief Judge Mary Ellen Barbera has announced that Worcester County Circuit Judge Brian D. Shockley will serve as Administrative Judge of the Circuit Court for Worcester County effective August 6, 2017. Read more.

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    Important Update to the MDEC Policies and Procedures Manual

    The MDEC Policies and Procedures Manual (MDEC v1.18, p. 36) has been updated to clarify that each individual document in an envelope must be a separate submission and each submission must be a separate PDF file. Read more.

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    Public Alert: Beware of “Court” Scams

    The Maryland Judiciary wants to warn the public about “court” scams that have been reported. Read more.