Maryland Courts

  • Judge Angela M. Eaves
    Judge Carr Returns to Bench Full Time; Judge Eaves Named Harford County Circuit Court Administrative Judge

    After 28 years as County Administrative Judge for the Circuit Court for Harford County, Judge William O. Carr informed Maryland Court of Appeals Chief Judge Barbera that, in contemplating retirement, he believed his administrative responsibilities should be transitioned to new leadership at this time. Judge Carr will be returning to full-time service as a trial judge. Chief Judge Barbera stated, “I am grateful to Judge Carr for his exemplary service to the people of Maryland.” Chief Judge Barbera has appointed Judge Angela M. Eaves to succeed Judge Carr as County Administrative Judge, effective January 26, 2015. Read more.

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    Is Your Court Open?

    To get the latest information about court closings and delays, check under “Latest News” on the home page or visit our Closings/Delays page.

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    Attorneys - You Must E-file in Anne Arundel County

    Attorneys filing in Anne Arundel County must file electronically or their filings will not be accepted. Read more.

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    Court Records are Public

    Do you know what information people can see about you in court records? For more information about what the public can and can’t see, read this printable brochure.

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    Attorneys: File Your Pro Bono/IOLTA Reports

    All lawyers licensed to practice law in the State of Maryland are required to fulfill two important reporting requirements each year. Both the Pro Bono Report and the IOLTA Report will be due no later than February 15, 2015. Both reports can be filed online. Read more.

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E-Filing Mandatory in Anne Arundel County for Attorneys: Attorneys filing in Anne Arundel County (non-criminal pleadings) must file electronically or their filings will not be accepted.Read more.

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