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Court System:Circuit Court for Baltimore City - Civil System
Case Number:24H19000059
Title:Harold Jackson 333876 vs Baltimore City Central Booking & Intake Center
Case Type:Habeas CorpusFiling Date:01/29/2019
Case Status:Closed/Inactive
Case Disposition:DisposedDisposition Date:03/12/2019
District Case No:1B02389871

Plaintiff/Petitioner Information
(Each Plaintiff/Petitioner is displayed below)
Party Type:PlaintiffParty No.:1
Name:Jackson 333876, Harold
Address:300 East Madison Street
City:BaltimoreState:MDZip Code:21202

Defendant/Respondent Information
(Each Defendant/Respondent is displayed below)
Party Type:DefendantParty No.:1
Business or Organization Name:Baltimore City Central Booking & Intake Center
Address:300 East Madison Street
City:BaltimoreState:MDZip Code:21202

Document Tracking
(Each Document listed. Documents are listed in Document No./Sequence No. order)
Doc No./Seq No.:1/0
File Date:01/29/2019Entered Date:01/29/2019Decision:Granted
Party Type:PlaintiffParty No.:1
Document Name:Motion to Waive Prepayment of Filing Fee

Doc No./Seq No.:1/1
File Date:02/01/2019Entered Date:02/04/2019Decision:Granted
Party Type:PlaintiffParty No.:1
Document Name:Order of Court
ORDERED that prepaid filing costs for a petition for writ of habeas coprus are hereby WAIVED.

Doc No./Seq No.:1/2
File Date:02/04/2019Entered Date:02/04/2019Decision:
Document Name:Copies Mailed

Doc No./Seq No.:2/0
File Date:02/04/2019Entered Date:02/04/2019Decision:
Document Name:District Court CD Requested

Doc No./Seq No.:3/0
File Date:02/12/2019Entered Date:02/12/2019Decision:
Document Name:District Court CD Received

Doc No./Seq No.:4/0
File Date:01/29/2019Entered Date:03/14/2019Decision:Denied
Party Type:PlaintiffParty No.:1
Document Name:Petition for Writ of Habeas Corpus

Doc No./Seq No.:4/1
File Date:03/14/2019Entered Date:03/14/2019Decision:
Document Name:Order of Court
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