Judgments and Appeals

General Judgments and Appeals Articles

This article discusses Affidavit Judgments, what they are, how to get one, and available defenses.
If you lose your case and disagree with the decision, you always have a right to appeal it.
In Maryland, there are a number of Administrative Agencies that have powers like the courts but are not part of the Maryland Judiciary. Under Maryland law, any party who is affected by an agency decision can petition for an administrative hearing. Usually, parties must bring all issues and try every procedure that the agency has before filing for review in the Circuit Court.
Obtaining a judgment is the first step to collecting money owed by a defendant. This article describes options after the judgment is awarded and the money needs to be collected.
Default Orders & Judgments in Maryland: What are they and what can I do if I get one?
This article describes what a judgment is and an overview of options for collecting the judgment.
To garnish is to take property, most often a portion of someone's salary, by legal authority. Garnishment is a proceeding by a creditor to collect a debt by taking the property or assets of a debtor.
To garnish is to take property, most often a portion of someone's salary, by legal authority. Garnishment is a proceeding by a creditor to collect a debt by taking the property or assets of a debtor.