Baltimore City Judges

Below is a list of Baltimore City judges. These Baltimore City judges are generally very well respected by Maryland lawyers. Most of these judges are very experienced jurists who have been handling personal injury jury trials in accident and medical malpractice cases in Baltimore City for many years.

Miller & Zois regularly handles cases in Baltimore City. Our last verdict in Baltimore was in May 2014 for $5.2 million.

Baltimore City Circuit Court

Baltimore City Circuit Court has 33 judges, including one current vacancy:

Our law firm has won tens of millions of dollars for our clients in Baltimore City and throughout Maryland by fighting every single case like it was our only case. We can help you. Call 800-553-8082 or get an online consultation.

What to Expect in District Court

Baltimore City District Court has 27 judges. While this is a great group of judges, it is worth keeping in mind that arguably the lowest district court verdicts in Maryland are in Baltimore City. Some would argue that this is a function of the quality of the cases that are filed in Baltimore City. There is surely truth to this. But our lawyers believe the problem is larger than just the quality of the cases.

Our firm no longer handles District Court cases because our law firm focuses on more significant injury and death cases. But we still talk to other lawyers, and it sounds like 2015 is no different from 2005. In those days, we would ask for a jury trial before we would file a case in Baltimore City District Court.

This concern about the trial value of a Baltimore City District Court case is even more pronounced in cases where the medical treatment was rendered by medical providers who regularly treat and -- let's face it -- work with plaintiffs' lawyers. Clearly, there are some cases

Courthouse East
111 N. Calvert Street
Baltimore, MD 21202

Clarence M. Mitchell, Jr. Courthouse
100 N. Calvert Street
Baltimore, MD 21202

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  • That battle for the 2014 election was intense.  One gadfly, Page Croyder, was trying to get on the bench by challenging the sitting judges. Without knowing anything about Ms. Croyder other than the view she expresses on Freddie Gray in the media and on her blog, there was no information upon which the public could rely upon to push out any of these judges. This is one lawyer's view expressing the concern that the losing judge would be the one who is last is alphabetical order. This is the problem, right? We make more informed electoral decisions on dog catcher than best judge.
  • Interesting history of Baltimore City Circuit Courthouses