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Electronic filing begins Oct. 25 for Montgomery County courts

Montgomery County lawyers will begin filing their cases and appeals electronically beginning Oct. 25, the Maryland Judiciary stated this month. The county’s long-delayed launch of the Maryland Electronic Courts system will make Prince George’s County and the City of Baltimore ...

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Rules committee proposes stricter process for confidential e-filing

The Maryland Judiciary has proposed new rules to crack down on potential misuse of an electronic filing feature that allows attorneys to shield documents from public view. The Court of Appeals Standing Committee on Rules of Practice and Procedure fast-tracked the ...

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Baltimore Co. courts implement mandatory e-filing system

Baltimore County is the latest jurisdiction to implement the state’s electronic filing system, known as Maryland Electronic Courts or MDEC, the largest expansion of the program to date, the Maryland Judiciary announced Friday. MDEC was implemented in the county on ...

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Mandatory e-filing expands to four new counties in Md.

Maryland’s electronic case filing system, known as Maryland Electronic Courts (MDEC), has expanded to Dorchester, Somerset, Wicomico and Worcester counties on the Eastern Shore. Starting Monday, attorneys filing civil and criminal cases in district and circuit court in those counties, ...

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