The records maintained by the Office of the Clerk of Court are available to the Criminal. Felony and certain misdemeanor charges filed by the Grand Jury or the Notary Public Commissions-An application for a notary public commission can .
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Maryland DUI Arrest Records
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Depending on the county, they would be stored in one central location before they are moved back out for trial. If a person is assigned to the Catonsville District Court, chances are that file will be there while waiting for the trial.
Maryland State Records
If a person is in Towson or Essex, that is the same presumption, but if for some reason it was changed at a later date, they would have to transfer the file over, so that file does travel from courthouse to courthouse. That is the main court file. The State Attorney will have their own file and so will the defense attorney.
Juries Citizens are selected randomly for service on grand and petit juries in the manner prescribed by the Court of Appeals. Jury trials are available only in the Circuit Courts of Maryland.
Public Official Commissions The Oaths of Office for elected and appointed local officials, as well as officials appointed by the Governor for certain boards and commissions, are administered by the Clerk. Notary Public Commissions -An application for a notary public commission can be obtained by contacting the Clerk. Upon approval of this application, notary public commissions are issued by the Clerk.
Passports -The Clerk is authorized to process passport applications.