Eastern Shore Walk-In Center Opens
The Maryland Judiciary has opened a new walk-in center to provide free, convenient, limited legal help for people on the Eastern Shore who have civil legal matters in District Court. The Self-Help Resource Center is located in the Wicomico County District Court in Salisbury. Read more.
Drug Court Graduates Celebrate Success
Participants, family members, and friends gathered in the Circuit Court for Baltimore City recently to celebrate their success during a graduation ceremony held by the Adult Drug Treatment Court program. Read more.
Art Contest Promotes Peace
The Maryland Judiciary is inviting young artists to help promote peacemaking in the 11th annual Conflict Resolution Day Student Bookmark Art Contest. The contest for Maryland students in grades K-8 celebrates national Conflict Resolution Day, which is Thursday, October 20, 2016. Read more.
Understand the Foreclosure Process
Two new videos, in partnership with the Maryland Volunteer Lawyers Service (MVLS), help Maryland homeowners understand the foreclosure legal process, including mediation. Read more.
Alert: New Court Lawsuit Scam Surfaces
The Maryland Judiciary is warning the public about a new telephone scam that uses the threat of lawsuits in local courts to extort money or obtain personal information from people by leading them to believe that they are the subjects of legal actions. Read more.
MDEC Arrives on the Upper Eastern Shore - July 18
Maryland Electronic Courts (MDEC) has expanded to the Upper Eastern Shore. The automated case management system provides an efficient and cost-effective way to receive filings while improving the management of records. Read More
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