Ocean City, Maryland Courthouse is located in Worcester County Maryland and is also called the District Court of Maryland for Worcester County.
6505 Coastal Highway
Ocean City, MD 21842
From Washington DC: Take 50 East, merge onto 90 east after Salisbury Maryland, turn north on Coastal Highway once road ends, Courthouse will be two blocks on the left.
From Philadelphia: Take I-95 South, Follow DE-1 south, MD-528 and turn right into the Ocean City District Court.
From Baltimore, MD: Take 97 south, then 50 east towards Ocean City, Md, take 90 east after Salisbury loop, turn left onto Coastal highway, Courthouse will be on the left two block north of 90.
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There is a parking lot in the front of the Courthouse located between the Courthouse and Coastal highway. Parking is free.
- Food, drinks, and gum are not allowed to be brought into the courthouse.
- You are not allowed to wear hats in the courtroom.
Cell Phone Rules:
- Effective January 1, 2011
- Under Maryland Rule 16-110, possession and use of cell phones, computers, cameras, and other electronic devices may be limited or prohibited in designated areas of court facilities.
- Electronic devices such as cell phones, cameras, personal computers, and other such devices may be brought into a court facility but may be used only in accordance with the Rule and the court’s orders.
- All electronic devices may be inspected by court security personnel.
- Security or other court personnel may confiscate an electronic device for misuse. As described below, personnel may also collect electronic devices from persons in certain designated areas of the court facility.
- All electronic devices must remain OFF AND INOPERABLE inside the courtroom unless the presiding judge has given express permission in a specific instance.
- The taking, recording, or transmitting of photographs, videos, or other visual images by cell phone or any other device is prohibited in the court facility at all times unless the court expressly grants permission in a specific instance.
- An electronic device may not be used in a manner that interferes with court proceedings or the work of court personnel or that violates any court order.
- The court may decide to limit or prohibit the possession of electronic devices in designated areas, including courtrooms. In that event, the court will designate the restricted area and provide for the collection of devices from persons entering that area and the return of the devices to those persons when they leave the area.
- An electronic device may not be brought into a jury deliberation room.
- Security and other court personnel are not liable for any damage, misplacement, or loss to electronic devices confiscated or collected under the Rule or a court order.
- Any individual who willfully violates Maryland Rule 16-110 or any reasonable limitation imposed by the local administrative judge or the presiding judge may be found in contempt of court and may be subject to sanctions in accordance with the Rules in Title 15, Chapter 200.
- For more details, see Maryland Rule 16-110.
About Ocean City, MD Criminal Defense Lawyer Randolph Rice
G. Randolph Rice, Jr., founded the Law Offices of G. Randolph Rice, Jr., LLC, in 2009 and has since represented clients in Ocean City and throughout the state of Maryland. Mr. Rice represents clients in criminal defense, DUI, DWI, drunk driving defense, personal injury (car accident, truck accidents, pedestrian accidents, motorcycle accidents), wills and estates and appears in the District and Circuit courts on a daily basis.
Mr. Rice earned his Bachelors of Arts in Economics from the University of Virginia in 2001 and his Juris Doctor from Loyola University New Orleans. In addition to studying at Loyola University New Orleans, he spent the last year of law school at the University of Maryland Francis King Carey School of Law in Baltimore, Maryland. Prior to entering private practice in 2009, Mr. Rice was an Assistant State’s Attorney for Baltimore County where he tried thousands of criminal cases in the District Court as well as numerous jury trials in the Circuit Court for Baltimore County.
Mr. Rice is a member of the American Bar Association, Maryland State Bar Association, the Baltimore County Bar Association (where he served in a committee position in 2013-2014), and the Maryland Criminal Defense Attorneys Associations.
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