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Parenting plan process rolls out in Maryland custody cases

Maryland’s new parenting plan process for custody matters went into effect earlier this year and aims to prioritize the best interests of children and encourage collaboration between parents. A parenting plan determines how parents will care for children and make ...

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Advocates continue to push for expansion of Md. expungement law

ANNAPOLIS — The Maryland General Assembly will again grapple with the practicality and the implications of allowing individuals to remove non-convictions from their records, with advocates continuing to push for an expansion of the state’s expungement law. Senate Bill 589 and ...

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Hogan, Judiciary to square off over judicial scorecard proposal

ANNAPOLIS — Gov. Larry Hogan will square off next week with the Maryland Judiciary over his legislative proposal to require a state commission to compile the criminal sentences handed down by each Maryland circuit court judge. Hogan’s office has stated ...

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Towson District Court move to begin Friday after close

The six-month closure of the Towson District Court building will begin Friday afternoon, according to the Maryland Judiciary. Normal operations will resume in new facilities in Catonsville on Monday morning. The temporary relocation, to allow for a scheduled HVAC system ...

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Charles Co. court rescinds order barring CD recordings of proceedings

Charles County Circuit Court officials have rescinded a 2005 policy that prevented individuals from requesting and receiving copies of audio recordings, which is generally permitted under state rules. The administrative order, which prohibited the court from providing audio recordings to ...

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Towson courthouse move to Catonsville scheduled for Jan. 6

Towson District Court operations will relocate to new facilities in Catonsville in early January, the Maryland Judiciary announced Monday. The temporary relocation, to allow for a scheduled HVAC system replacement in Towson, is expected to last six months, according to a ...

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