Tag: baltimore city circuit court

Baltimore public defender Todd Oppenheim won’t seek judgeship in 2018

Todd Oppenheim announces his candidacy for judge in 2015. Image still via YouTube.

Public defender Todd Oppenheim today announced he will not seek a judgeship in Baltimore City Circuit Court this election cycle.

Commission Says to Remove Baltimore Judge Accused of ‘Disrespectful and Unprofessional Conduct’

Chief Judge Alfred Nance

Chief Judge Alfred Nance has long been known for for his stern courtroom demeanor. But according to the state’s Commission on Judicial Disabilities, which investigates complaints against judges, his comments in several court trials in 2015 went too far, and are worthy of his removal from the bench.

Gov. Hogan Appoints Trio of New Baltimore City Circuit Court Judges

Mitchell Courthouse, one of two Baltimore City Circuit Court buildings
Mitchell Courthouse, one of two Baltimore City Circuit Court buildings

Two attorneys currently serving the state and one serving Baltimore County have been tapped to become judges in Baltimore City Circuit Court.

Baltimore City Circuit Court Seeks Developer to Help Improve Aging Facilities

Clarence M. Mitchell, Jr. Courthouse

The Circuit Court for Baltimore City is looking for a developer to help improve and expand its aging buildings.

The court, a state agency, asked the Maryland Stadium Authority to serve as its agent in finding a developer or development partner who could help it upgrade its facilities in Baltimore, including the Clarence Mitchell Courthouse and Courthouse East.