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BALTIMORE COUNTY MARYLAND CRIMINAL DEFENSE ATTORNEY - Law Offices of G. Randolph Rice, Jr., LLC

Baltimore County Criminal Lawyer, G. Randolph Rice, Jr., has been representing clients for years in Baltimore County with their criminal law cases.  Contact attorney Randolph Rice, at (410) 288-2900 or email Mr. Rice directly at RiceLawMd@gmail.com.

The Law Offices of G. Randolph Rice, Jr., LLC, provides legal representation to clients charged with crimes in Baltimore County, Maryland.  If you are facing a misdemeanor or felony charge in Baltimore County, Maryland, contact the Baltimore County Criminal Defense Lawyer, G. Randolph Rice, Jr., at 410.288.2900 for immediate help and to schedule a free consultation.  Ranked by CitySpur as one of the Baltimore region's TOP TEN BEST CRIMINAL LAW FIRM / LAWYERS

Contact a Baltimore County Criminal Attorney as soon as possible to protect your rights and defend your freedom at 410-288-2900 and ask for the owner, G. Randolph Rice, Jr.

If you are charged with a felony in Baltimore County, MD, your case will be heard in the Baltimore County Circuit Court.  

The Circuit Court for Baltimore County is located at:

Circuit Court for Baltimore County
County Courts Building
401 Bosley Avenue
Towson, Maryland 21204

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If you are charged with a misdemeanor in Baltimore County, MD, your case will be heard in one of the three District Courts in Baltimore County.  

The Baltimore County District Courts are located at:

Towson:

District Court of Maryland for Baltimore County
120 E. Chesapeake Avenue
Towson, Maryland 21286

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Essex:

District Court of Maryland for Baltimore County
8914 Kelso Drive
Essex, Maryland 21221

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Catonsville:

District Court of Maryland for Baltimore County
900 Walker Avenue
Catonsville, Maryland 21228

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Baltimore County Detention Center Work Release

Hire an experienced Baltimore County Criminal Defense Attorney and keep your job while your are incarcerated.
 
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Are you facing criminal charges in Baltimore County, Maryland?  You need an experienced Baltimore County Criminal Defense Lawyer and you've found one.  Contact the Law Offices of G. Randolph Rice, Jr., LLC, a Baltimore based criminal defenseDUI, DWI, and personal injury lawyer handling all criminal and injury law matters in Maryland.
 
If you are sentenced to jail time in the Baltimore County Detention Center, then you may be eligible for work release through the Baltimore County Detention Center.  Below you'll find information on the Baltimore County Detention Center's work release program. Although this information is not exhaustive, it is a start for individuals that believe they will serving a some time in the Baltimore County Detention Center and don't want to lose their job.
 
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When you go to Court in Baltimore County, Maryland and any of the Judges in either the Baltimore County Circuit Court or Baltimore County District Court sentence you to "work release eligible" then this information will apply.  If you are facing a Court date in Baltimore County Circuit Court or Baltimore County District Court, you need a lawyer to represent you.  A lawyer can be helpful in reviewing your case and determining the best defense for your Baltimore County criminal case.  A lawyer can advise you on the maximum penalty (including jail and fines), the elements  of your charges, potential Constitutional arguments (bad traffic stop, illegal search and seizure, etc) and if you have a defense to your case.  You don't want to plead guilty to crime that the State is unable to prove beyond a reasonable doubt.  Call my office at 410.288.2900 and speak with a top rated Baltimore Criminal Defense attorney.
 
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For you to be eligible for the Baltimore County Detention Center's Work Release Program you must be sentenced by a Judge in Baltimore County and on your commitment order the Judge must indicate that work release is "recommended."
 
When you arrive at the Baltimore County Detention Center and you have been recommended for work release, then you will fill out an application.  This application will start the process and allow the Baltimore County Detention Center staff to complete the process to allow you to keep working.
 
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The Baltimore County Detention Center work release program allows inmates to work for a maximum of twelve (12) hours a day and a maximum of forty-eight (48) hours a week.
 
The employer that the inmate puts on the work release application has to be willing to allow the inmate to participate in the work release program.
 
The employer must have valid and updated workers compensation insurance.  This is usually what takes so long in the application and approval process.  Many employers have trouble producing all of the documentation proving that they have workers compensation insurance active.  If you do think that you will be applying for work release through the Baltimore County Detention Center, you should inform your employer that you plan on requesting that you be allowed to work at their place of employment and ask they start to put together their workers compensation information as soon as possible.
 
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The inmate must provide his or her own transportation to and from the place of employment.  This means you either have to ride the bus or arrange for a ride from the Baltimore County Detention Center to your place of employment and then back to the detention center at the end of the work day.
 
If you are sentenced and fill out the application for the first time when you arrive at the Baltimore County Detention Center, the process from start to finish usually take One (1) to Two (2) before you are approved for the Baltimore County Detention Center Work Release Program.  It may take longer depending on the ability of your employer to provide the required documentation and information to the Baltimore County Detention Center.
 
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If you know that you will be sentenced to the Baltimore County Detention Center for a period of time and you want to participate in the Baltimore County Detention work release program, then you have the ability to apply for the program before you go to Court and arrive at the detention center.  You can visit the Baltimore County Detention Center before your trial date and begin the application process.  
 
The Baltimore County Detention Center is located at:

Department of Corrections
720 Bosley Avenue
Towson, Maryland 21204


Phone: 410-512-3200

email: corrections@baltimorecountymd.gov

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If you've been ordered to participate in either the RSAT (Residential Substance Abuse Treatment) program or Gaudenzia Treatment programs, they will take priority over the work release program. Meaning, you will have to participate in those programs before you are allowed to participate in the Baltimore County Detention Center Work Release Program,
 
If you are facing a criminal charge in Baltimore County, Maryland, and you don't want to lose your job if you believe you will spending time in the Baltimore County Detention Center, contact the Law Offices of G. Randolph Rice, Jr., LLC, at 410.288.2900 to discuss your options.  We can help guide you through the process and make the argument to the Court allowing you to participate in the work release program.
 
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Q: What happens after you are arrested in Baltimore County, MD?

A: After you have been arrested, charged with a crime, or served with a summons or citation for a criminal offense or traffic offense, you you case will be scheduled for a trial date.  Depending on the type of classification of charges, you could either have a trial date in one of the three district courts in Baltimore County or the Circuit Court in Baltimore County.  If you are charged with a misdemeanor then you will have to appear in one of the District Courts to answer your charges.  If you are charged with a felony, you will have to appear for an arraignment and then a later trial date in the Circuit Court for Baltimore County.