Public Safety & Law

How do I get assistance with legal matters?

There are several organizations offering pro-bono legal services to Baltimore City residents. If you are unable to afford representation these organizations can help: Legal Aid Bureau, Inc. 410-951-7777, Pro Bono Resource Center of Maryland 410-837-9379, Homeless Persons Representation Project, Inc. 410-685-6589 ext. 114, House of Ruth Domestic Violence Legal Clinic 410-554-8463, Maryland Volunteer Lawyers Service, Inc. 410-547-6537, St. Ambrose Legal Services 410-366-8550 ext. 249.

City agency
Criminal Justice
What should I do if I am unable to attend Court on the date that was assigned to me?

For Parking Citations, you can send a written request to Patapsco District Court, 700 East Patapsco Avenue, Baltimore, MD. 21225. Include in your response a brief explanation as to why you are unable to attend on the assigned date, your name, citation number, and tag number. If you would like to discuss this with District Court, contact them at 410-878-8300. For Red Light Camera Citations, you can send a written request to Wabash District Court, 5800 Wabash Avenue, Baltimore, MD. 21215. Include in your response a brief explanation as to why you are unable to attend on the assigned date, your name, citation number, and tag number. If you would like to discuss this with District Court, contact them at 410-878-8000.

City agency
State's Attorney