Annapolis, MD- On Tuesday, April 14, 2020, Maryland Court of Appeals Chief Judge Mary Ellen Barbera issued three new orders. The first was to amend the restriction of statewide Judiciary operations from May 17, 2020, until June 5, 2020.
If you cannot view the document, click here: Maryland Court Closure Extension April 14 2020
The Courts in Maryland will remain closed to the general public, however certain judicial procedures will take place, in accordance with the Governor’s Executive Orders on social distancing. Examples would be bail review hearings, trials, Protective Orders, Emergency Custody hearings, etc. Landlords and Mortgage Companies have been ordered to cease evictions and foreclosures until a future time.
The second administrative order deals with those adults incarcerated or imprisioned in Marland and the full order can be read below.
If you cannot view the documents, click here: Adult Administrative Court Order April 14 2020
The third and final administrative order pertains to juveniles who are detained and committed pending placement or in commitment. Those orders can also be read below.
If you cannot read the documents, please click here:Juvenile Court Administrative Order April 14 2020