Sheila R. Tillerson Adams. Chief and Administrative Judge. Circuit Court for Prince George's County and the. Seventh Judicial Circuit of Maryland. Circuit Court. 14735 Main Street. Upper Marlboro, Maryland. (301) 952-3655. More Information.
County Administration Building 14741 Governor Oden Bowie Drive Upper Marlboro, MD 20772
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Welcome to the Office of the Clerk of the Circuit Court Clerk. The Clerk of Court is rich in Maryland tradition and history. Established by the Maryland Constitution under Article 4, the Clerk of Court is one of the oldest public offices in our state and dates back as far as 1658 to the first settlement in Maryland to what is now St. Mary’s County.
Const. Art. XI–E, § 3[.]”). In Prince George’s County, the standards and procedures for opening and closing roads are set out in detail in Subtitle 23 of Title17 of the Code of Public Local Laws of Maryland, more familiarly known as the Prince George’s County Code (“PGCC”). In years past, however, things were a bit more haphazard.
Court House. 14735 Main Street. Upper Marlboro, MD 20772. General Information 301-952-3318. TTY users call Maryland Relay 711. Toll-free (in Maryland) 800-937-1335. For directions and parking, visit the County Government's web site.
The Criminal Division of the Clerk of the Circuit Court for Prince George's County handles a variety of criminal cases. Today's Cases. The daily docket listing the case schedule for the Circuit Court. Usually posted at about 5pm the previous court business day. Family Cases. Find out what kind of family cases are resolved within the Circuit Court.
CIRCUIT COURT CLERKS. Elected by Voters to 6-year terms (Constitution of 1851, Art. IV, sec. 14): 1851-1854 Owen Norfolk (died Nov. 1854) 1854-1855 Edward W. Belt 1855-1861 Charles S. Middleton 1861-1863 George W. Wilson (pro tem) 1863-1865 Frederick Sasscer. Elected by Voters to 6-year terms (Constitution of 1864, Art. IV, sec. 29):
The Prince George's Circuit Court, located in Upper Marlboro, Maryland is a government institution where legal disputes are resolved in accordance with the law. In Upper Marlboro Criminal Courts, the government brings a case against a defendant who is accused of breaking the law.