We Handle Criminal and Traffic Cases in Queen Anne’s County
Have you been charged with either a traffic or criminal matter in Queen Anne’s County? Chances are, if you have ever headed to the Eastern Shore of Maryland, you saw the Queen Anne’s Sheriff’s Department waiting for you as you crossed over the bridge. If you had the unfortunate circumstance to be stopped by the Queen Anne’s County Police or the State Police, you will need an attorney to represent you. Unlike many of the other counties in Maryland, Queen Anne’s is particular in the way they handle criminal cases. Therefore, it is important in Queen Anne’s County to find a lawyer that is familiar with your type of case, and with experience on how that case will be handled in Queen Anne’s County.
Timothy Mitchell has the experience of handling criminal and traffic cases in Queen Anne’s County, and is the right choice to successfully handle your case in Queen Anne’s County.
You can comfortably rely upon the judgment and experience of Mr. Mitchell to help you favorably resolve your criminal or civil matter in the District or Circuit Courts of Queen Anne’s County. He can help you understand the particular problems that you may experience in Queen Anne’s County, or the concerns that you should have with your particular case.
Queen Anne’s County Circuit Court
100 Court House Sq., Centreville, Maryland
Queen Anne’s County District Court
120 Broadway, Centerville, Maryland
Queen Anne’s County General Information
Queen Anne’s County is located in Eastern Maryland. The county seat is Centerville, Maryland. The county has 1 District Court judge, and 1 Circuit Court judge. The District Court of Maryland for Queen Anne’s County is located at 120 Broadway, Centerville, Maryland. The Circuit Court for Queen Anne’s County is located at 100 Court House Sq., Centreville, Maryland.
For an expert evaluation of your criminal or DUI case in Queen Anne’s County, please call us at 301-345-9555.
We strongly advise that if you have a pending criminal or DUI case in Queen Anne’s County, DON’T GO TO COURT ALONE!