Beginning on December 22, 2020, The Maryland Judiciary announced that it will extend Phase II operations of its five-phased progressive COVID-19 reopening plan to respond to the surge in COVID cases in Maryland through March 14, 2021. Maryland Court of Appeals Chief Judge Mary Ellen Barbera has issued five new administrative orders, one of which requires that the Judiciary’s Phase II operations plan remain in effect through March 14, 2021. Another order also extends the suspension of jury trials through April 23, 2021. Clerks’ offices in the District Court of Maryland and circuit courts throughout the state will remain open to the public for emergency purposes and by appointment for other matters.
For more info please click the attached link: www.mdcourts.gov/coronavirusupdate.
Please note: If you have any questions or concerns, please call our main line at 410-313-2108.
Victim Witness Assistance staff members remain available to address questions and concerns regarding the status of your case. Please do not hesitate to contact our offices at 410-313-3100 or at firstname.lastname@example.org.
DISTRICT COURT CASES
The following information is for Monday, March 08 , 2021
Unless otherwise instructed, no witnesses are needed in the following cases:
Only Probation Agents are needed in the following cases:
In all other cases not listed here, all witnesses are needed and must report to the assigned courtroom by 8:45 am. The address for the District Court for Howard County is 3451 Courthouse Drive, Ellicott City, MD 21043.
If you need accommodation for your court appearance, please call 410-313-3100 in advance of your scheduled court appearance.
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