Did you know that the Circuit Court for Anne Arundel County has a website? You can access the website at www.circuitcourt.org. The Circuit Court’s website provides a wealth of information and referrals.
Is the courthouse closed? How do I get to the courthouse? Where can I park? If you are wondering about these and related questions, check out the links available under the website’s “About” section. Here’s a small sample.
- Inclement Weather – http://www.circuitcourt.org/about-us/inclement-weather
- Court Holidays – http://www.circuitcourt.org/about-us/court-holidays
- Directions – http://www.circuitcourt.org/about-us/directions
- Parking – http://www.circuitcourt.org/about-us/directions
Which courtroom should I be in? Check the daily docket. However, parties should verify this information on the day of the court proceeding by viewing the docket monitors physically located in the courthouse.
How do I find an official court interpreter? How do I obtain a transcript? Can I appear in court by telephone? If you are wondering about these and other “How Do I” questions, check out the links available under the website’s “How do I” section.
- Find an Interpreter – http://www.circuitcourt.org/how-do-i/find-an-interpreter
- Appear by Telephone – http://www.circuitcourt.org/how-do-i/appear-by-telephone
- Reserve A/V Equipment – http://www.circuitcourt.org/how-do-i/reserve-a-v-equipment
I have jury duty. What do I do? Check out the website’s section for Jurors at http://www.circuitcourt.org/for-jurors.
I need legal help. Who can help me? Where can I find more information? Check out the website’s “Legal Help” section at http://www.circuitcourt.org/legal-help for links and information about Civil Case Management, Family Law Self Help Center, Forms, the Law Library, the Ask a Lawyer in the Library program and other legal links. The website’s “Learn About…” section also provides more information on topics such as Civil Cases, Drug Court, and Family Law.