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Concerns about Discrimination or Requests for Reasonable AccommodationsThe Office of Fair Practices investigates complaints of unlawful discrimination, harassment and retaliation against employees, vendors and users of the Judiciary's programs and services. Also, if you need a reasonable accommodation for a disability or for religious reasons you should contact the Office of Fair Practices
Concerns about the CourtsIf you have a concern about the Courts that does not fit one of the other categories on this page, you may contact Pamela Cardullo Ortiz, Administrative Office of the Courts, at 410-260-1258. While staff cannot give legal advice, or take action that affects the decision in your case, staff can answer questions, help to resolve concerns, and make referrals to sources of legal help.
Concerns about Maryland LawyersThe Attorney Grievance Commission oversees the discipline of Maryland lawyers. The commission reviews the conduct of lawyers to determine the need for discipline or alternatives to discipline. The Attorney Grievance Commission also seeks to prevent the unauthorized practice of law. Contact the commission if you have questions or complaints about the conduct of a Maryland lawyer.
Contact the Attorney Grievance Commission
Concerns about a Maryland Judge
The Commission on Judicial Disabilities is an independent body with the power to investigate complaints against Maryland judges and, when warranted, conduct hearings about complaints and take certain actions or recommend other actions to the Court of Appeals. Contact the commission if you have questions or complaints about the conduct of a Maryland judge.
Contact the Commission on Judicial Disabilities
Concerns about the Outcome of Your CaseCourt agencies and entities usually cannot intervene to change what happened in your case. If you are unhappy with the decision that was made in your case, you may have a right to file an appeal to a higher court. There are strict deadlines and filing requirements that you must meet if you want to file an appeal.
Appeal a decision (People's Law Library)