Tuesday April 12th, 2016
If you live with the person petitioning against you, you must move out immediately. Yes, even if you have children together in the house.
You will have a hearing within 7-14 days where the judge will decide whether or not to grant the order against you.
The petitioner seeking the order from ... Read more
Tuesday April 19th, 2016 Six candidates are running for four positions for Judges in Prince George’s County, Maryland. Please vote.
Maryland’s election day is Tuesday, April 26, 2016.
Early voting began and ends Thursday, April 21, 2016
Click on the link below the candidate’s names to find out more about them
Herman C. Dawson – Incumbent
Dorothy ... Read more
Monday April 04th, 2016 There are certain text messages you should never send! This includes texts like, “You are digging your grave,” “Watch your back,” “I know where you live,” “You’re gonna get what’s coming,” and my personal favorite, someone texting prayers to her enemy, “May God destroy all my enemies. Let them fall ... Read more
Tuesday March 29th, 2016
Many women file for a protective order and then don’t show up for the hearing because they have forgiven the abuser or regret their decision. If you don’t show up for the hearing, the case will be dismissed by the judge.
Some men admit to never reporting physically abusive women because ... Read more
Thursday March 17th, 2016 DC courts online provides people with Internet access to information from case records. This information includes defendant name, case number, plaintiff name (civil cases only), trial date, charge, and the outcome of the case. The cases that are available are criminal, and civil cases. The information on the website is ... Read more
Wednesday March 16th, 2016 Maryland Judiciary Case Search provides people with Internet access to information from case records. This information includes defendant name, city and state, case number, date of birth, plaintiff name (civil cases only), trial date, charge, and the outcome of the case.
The cases that are available are criminal, and civil cases. ... Read more
Wednesday March 02nd, 2016
Can you hear Mary J. Blige singing that song? Everyone in an accident needs to call the police. There is an increasing tread of people getting screwed at the scene of an accident. Simple things like the name of the driver, insurance information, and contact information are getting harder to ... Read more
Tuesday February 23rd, 2016 October 1st, 2015 signified the following changes for expungments:
• You can expunge convictions for an act that is no longer a crime in Maryland. For example, convictions for Possession of Marijuana under 10 grams which was decriminalized in 2014.
• You can shield certain nonviolent misdemeanor convictions from the public 3 ... Read more
Tuesday February 16th, 2016 When you are looking for a job or renting an apartment, a background check will be carried out on you. Anything found on your record may result in denials to you even in instances where the case has been dismissed. Expungement means destruction of criminal record.
Cases that can be expunged ... Read more
Monday February 08th, 2016 I saw the message above on the Dynamic Message Sign (DMS) on the beltway in Maryland leading up to the super bowl game. When the price of your alcoholic drink is almost $10K you begin to wonder if it was worth it. In the past week I have met a ... Read more