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Ok, we are going to the Court House, but we are not going in front of a Judge.  The Court House is bordered by Pratt, Hanover, Lombard and Hopkins.  The entrance faces Lombard Street where the two wings meet at a “V”.  For parking it is best to plan on paying for a garage.

The two easiest options I have found are the Down Under garage the Hanover dead ends into at a Lombard Street, and the Baltimore Parking Authority garage on the north east corner of Howard and Lombard Streets.  Since you are going into the Court House you will be going thru a metal detector.  When you have made past security you can head straight up the stairs or take the elevators to the second floor.

If you headed up the stairs head off to the left and follow the signs to the Trustee’s Meeting Room #2650.  When you enter the room there is a waiting area and three meeting rooms.

Check the dockets on the bulletin board and see if you will be in room A, B or C.

If your Trustee has a questionnaire to complete you may get a copy off the book case and head into the room to watch some meetings and wait for your attorney to arrive.

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Howard & Lombard Garages
Howard & Lombard Garages
The Federal Court House from Pratt Street
The Federal Court House from Pratt Street
The Federal Court House at 101 W. Lombard St.
The Federal Court House at 101 W. Lombard St.

 

 

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