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Maryland Judicial Information

Maryland Judicial InformationTo help your loved ones through the legal process, you need access to all the information surrounding their case. Using the Maryland Judiciary Case Search system, you can find information about a case, the court system it will be heard in, and important dates. These dates will be important if you are the cosigner or guarantor on the defendant’s bond, to ensure they meet their legal obligations.

Jim Frank Bail Bonds provides more than just a full-service bail bonds. For over 30 years, our clients have trusted us for our honest advice. We serve clients in Frederick, Baltimore, Columbia, Westminster, Hagerstown, Chambersburg, and all of Maryland, as well as Pennsylvania and across the nation.

Find Case Information in Maryland

If you are trying to find information on a court case, you can use the Maryland Judiciary Case Search system to find cases by:

  • Name
  • Case Type
  • Court System
  • County
  • Filing Date
  • Case Number

Maryland Courts Links

Circuit Courts: The circuit courts handle criminal cases, major civil cases, and family law cases. Every county in Maryland and the city of Baltimore has a circuit court.

District Court: The district court handles specified felonies, domestic violence, landlord-tenant disputes, small claims, and civil cases involving limited dollar amounts.

Court Branch Links

Allegany County

Anne Arundel County

Baltimore City

Baltimore County

Calvert County

Caroline County

Carroll County

Cecil County

Charles County

Dorchester County

Frederick County

Garrett County

Harford County

Howard County

Kent County

Montgomery County

Prince George’s County

Queen Anne’s County

St. Mary’s County

Somerset County

Talbot County

Washington County

Wicomico County

Worcester County


Courts Information 

The purpose of the court system is to determine if the evidence presented in a case indicates that a defendant is innocent or guilty. The defendant has the right to protect himself or herself from incrimination, has the right to counsel, and has the right to a jury trial.

The defendant in the case has the right to work with a private attorney of their choosing. If the defendant can’t afford a private attorney, the defendant has the right to work with a public defender unless there are certain restrictions.

If you plan on not using a lawyer for whatever reason, there are resources to help you with your trial. Visit the link here for more information.

For more information about navigating the Maryland Judicial system, including bail bond information, contact us today at 301-416-8148 for Maryland and 717-977-3215 for Pennsylvania.