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Eastside District Court Building
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Baltimore City Domestic Violence and Protective Orders
View information about domestic violence, including available help and resources, and instructions for obtaining a protective order. Links are in the menu on the left side of the page.
Baltimore City Victim and Witness Help
The Baltimore City State's Attorney's Office offers information about services available to crime victims and witnesses, including tips for testifying, victims' rights, victim impact statements, intimidation, and links to additional online resources.
District Court Alternative Dispute Resolution
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District Court Criminal Cases
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District Court Self-Help
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District Court Self-Help Brochures
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District Court Traffic Cases
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View information about small claims cases in Maryland District Courts, including monetary limit, filing instructions, mediation, case procedure, and collecting a judgment.
Domestic Violence Information
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Find instructions and forms for expunging records from court, police, and motor vehicle files.
Foreclosure Prevention Help
The HOPE Initiative offers information and resources for homeowners facing foreclosure, including Attorney General settlement, counseling, mediation, an online research library, a foreclosure prevention workshop, and a toll-free hotline.
View information about mediation, which can help parties resolve disputes without going to trial. Links to additional resources and rosters of approved mediators are also provided.
The Maryland Attorney General offers information about services available to crime victims, with links to the Victim Services page of the Department of Public Safety and Correctional Services, the Criminal Injuries Compensation Board, The Maryland Crime Victims Resource Center, and the Governor's Office of Crime Control and Prevention which has victims' rights brochures and forms.
Attorney General Legal Information
The Maryland Attorney General offers legal information on a variety of legal topics, including consumer issues, health policy, business, and more. An advance directive (living will) form is included.
The Maryland Attorney General's Consumer Protection Division offers instructions and forms for filing a consumer complaint, answers to frequently asked questions, consumer tips and publications, and information about mediation and arbitration, identity theft, home construction, vehicles, recalls, health, and other consumer issues.
Free Mediation Services
View a directory of Community Mediation Centers in Maryland offering free mediation services, organized by county.
Housing Case Information
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The People's Law Library of Maryland offers information about various legal topics including consumer, criminal, domestic violence, education, employment, family law, benefits, health, housing, motor vehicles, senior issues, wills and estates, youth law, court procedure, forms, case filing, and more. An ask-a-librarian service by e-mail is also available.
Senior Legal Issues Resources
The Maryland Attorney General offers a free consumer guide that can be downloaded or ordered, and additional information on topics of interest to seniors, including financial exploitation, telemarketing fraud, nursing homes, and end-of-life care.
State Bar Legal Information
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State Law Library
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Baltimore City Lawyer Referral
The Bar Association of Baltimore City offers a lawyer referral service by telephone or online request, which includes an initial consultation with an attorney for a small fee for some types of cases. Click the "Lawyer Referral" link in the left column for access to the online request form.
View information about the Maryland Office of the Public Defender, which provides criminal defense services to defendants who cannot afford to hire a lawyer. Local office contacts and application instructions are included.
Attorney Complaints and Discipline
The Maryland Attorney Grievance Commission offers instructions for filing a complaint against an attorney, forms, and summaries by year of disciplinary actions against sanctioned attorneys.
Attorney Fee Disputes
View contact information for attorney fee disputes, including the The Maryland State Bar Association and local bar associations.
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The People's Law Library of Maryland offers information on getting legal help, including free services, mediation, and self-help programs. Links to legal clinics, hotlines, information about lawyers, forms, legal research, and case filing instructions are also available.
Free and Low-Cost Legal Assistance
The People's Law Library of Maryland provides a list of organizations that offer free and low-cost legal services to eligible clients, with contact information and links.
Search the Maryland State Bar Association directory of member attorneys by name, city, county, practice area, admission state, and section membership.
Lawyer Referral Services
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Maryland Legal Aid provides free legal assistance in civil matters to income-eligible residents. Income guidelines, types of cases handled, an online intake application, and information about additional service providers are included.
Search an index of active Maryland attorneys in good standing by name.
The Maryland Volunteer Lawyers Service provides income guidelines, counties served, types of cases handled, and an online application form for free or low-cost legal assistance. Links to clinics and local providers are also available.