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Court System:Circuit Court for Baltimore City - Civil System
Case Number:24H18000259
Title:Keith Davis vs Commissioner Pretrial Detention Services
Case Type:Habeas CorpusFiling Date:08/08/2018
Case Status:Open/Active

Plaintiff/Petitioner Information
(Each Plaintiff/Petitioner is displayed below)
Party Type:PlaintiffParty No.:1
Name:Davis, Keith
Attorney(s) for the Plaintiff/Petitioner
Name:Finegar, Esq, Natalie A
Appearance Date:08/08/2018
Removal Date:09/28/2018
Practice Name:Law Offices Of Natalie A. Finegar, LLC
Address:217 North Charles Street
Third Floor
City:BaltimoreState:MDZip Code:21201

Defendant/Respondent Information
(Each Defendant/Respondent is displayed below)
Party Type:DefendantParty No.:1
Business or Organization Name:Commissioner Pretrial Detention Services

Document Tracking
(Each Document listed. Documents are listed in Document No./Sequence No. order)
Doc No./Seq No.:1/0
File Date:08/08/2018Entered Date:08/10/2018Decision:
Party Type:PlaintiffParty No.:1
Document Name:Petition for Writ of Habeas Corpus

Doc No./Seq No.:1/1
File Date:09/13/2018Entered Date:09/14/2018Decision:
Party Type:DefendantParty No.:1
Document Name:State's Response to Petition for Writ of Habeas Corpus

Doc No./Seq No.:2/0
File Date:08/08/2018Entered Date:08/10/2018Decision:
Document Name:District Court CD Received

Doc No./Seq No.:3/0
File Date:10/04/2018Entered Date:10/04/2018Decision:
Document Name:Order of Court
ORDERED that the above-captioned matter shall be set for hearing upon the filing of a written for hearing made by Petitioner, Keith Davis, by and through the Office of the Public Defender

Doc No./Seq No.:3/1
File Date:10/04/2018Entered Date:10/04/2018Decision:
Document Name:Copies Mailed

Doc No./Seq No.:4/0
File Date:10/04/2018Entered Date:10/04/2018Decision:
Party Type:PlaintiffParty No.:1
Document Name:Attorney Appearance Removed
Natalie A Finegar

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