What You Need to Know About Maryland Judiciary Case Research

Looking for information about a case in Maryland? The Maryland Judiciary Case Search database can help you access that information.Maryland Judiciary Case Search

The public is able to receive access to records through the Maryland Judiciary. Performing Maryland Judiciary Case Research takes time and effort to achieve the desired results. In this blog post, we’ll walk you through why and how to perform this search and explain how our legal team can help.

Maryland Judiciary Case Search Database

The Maryland Judiciary Case Search database allows the public to access Maryland case records and information. The database provides information around the parties involved, city and state, trial date, charge, case dispositions, and case numbers. The Case Search function can be used to access detailed information. Some information may be restricted. You may also need to register to obtain other types of information due to federal or state laws.

To access the Maryland Judiciary Case Search database, go to http://casesearch.courts.state.md.us/casesearch/. From there, you will need to read, understand, and agree to the terms and conditions presented. After checking that you agree with these terms and conditions and clicking ‘Continue,’ you will be brought to the case search page. Here you will see several search fields including name, case type, court system, and case type. Use these fields to narrow down your results and find the desired information. If you know your case number, you can also search by it instead.

Once you have made your search and received the results, be sure to click on the case number in the far-left column to receive the complete case information.

Available Information in the Database

You will be able to access case records pertaining to Maryland criminal cases, civil cases, and traffic violations or offenses. Criminal case records from late 1991 to the present are available. You can access civil case records dating back to 1989. Traffic case records that do not involve serious offenses and have been closed for 36 months are removed from the Case Search and are placed in the history database. To access these records, you will need to visit the clerk’s office and use their public access device. The Maryland Judiciary Case Search database is not to be used to perform background checks.

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