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Projectors in the projection room at the Charles Theater in Baltimore, as shown Sept. 26, 2012. (The Daily Record/Maximilian Franz)

Legal videos: The legend continues

Seems like everybody these days is making a sequel–including the Maryland Judiciary.

The Maryland Judiciary has launched two new instructional videos on its website called “Should I Represent Myself” and “Hiring and Working with Your Lawyer.”

We told you the judiciary launched four videos to guide people through self-representation last fall with the release of “Defending Against a Small Claim,” “Finding Legal Help,” “Service of Process” and “Tips For Your Day in Court.”

The new videos, which detail topics like how to find and pay a lawyer and the consequences if a person represents himself or herself, are created by the Maryland Access to Justice Commission.