Serving Howard County since 1941
Organization dedicated to serving the cause of justice and building respect.
Leading Outpatient Addiction Program Now Offering Court Liaison Services
Kolmac Outpatient Recovery Centers is a nationally accredited outpatient addiction program that has been providing treatment in the Maryland DC market since 1973. Six offices with convenient day and evening hours. Long known for quality and the ability to simultaneously treat mental health disorders that can impact a patient’s recovery, Kolmac is now taking the extra step to provide court liaison services. The ability to speak to the intensity and quality of our program in court often helps mitigate the legal outcomes for our patients. To learn more about our program please visit www.kolmac.com.
The Mission of the Howard County Bar Association, Inc. (HCBA) is to promote excellence in the practice of law and the administration of justice through service, education, advocacy, and collegiality for the benefit of the profession and the community.
The Howard County Bar Association, Inc. (HCBA) is an organization dedicated to serving the cause of justice and building respect and understanding for the Constitution of the United States, the Constitution of the State of Maryland, and the laws thereof.
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April 24, 2017 // Law Clerk’s Corner
There are currently five new law clerk’s at the Howard County Circuit Court. Read their bio’s and get to know them. Samantha Ardinger, Allyson Bloom, Felipe Gonzalez, April Inskeep and… Continue Reading
April 24, 2017 // 2017 Legislative Session of the General Assembly Legislation
The following is a brief summary of the legislation passed by the House Judiciary Committee during the 2017 Legislative Session of the General Assembly. A bill passed, but not yet… Continue Reading
March 21, 2017 // Case Records on “CaseSearch” May Soon Be Curtailed
The Standing Committee on Rules of Practice and Procedure (“Rules Committee”) of the Court of Appeals is currently considering a proposed new Maryland Rule that would require reduction of the… Continue Reading