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Case Information
Court System:Circuit Court for Baltimore City - Civil System
Case Number:24H20000624
Title:James Servance vs Director, Baltimore City Youth Detention Center, et al
Case Type:Habeas CorpusFiling Date:05/20/2020
Case Status:Open/Active
District Case No:2B02414876

Plaintiff/Petitioner Information
(Each Plaintiff/Petitioner is displayed below)
Party Type:PlaintiffParty No.:1
Name:Servance, James
Attorney(s) for the Plaintiff/Petitioner
Name:Smith, Esq, Creston Phillip
Appearance Date:05/20/2020
Practice Name:The Law Offices Of Creston P. Smith, LLC
Address:201 North Charles Street
26th Floor
City:BaltimoreState:MDZip Code:21201

Defendant/Respondent Information
(Each Defendant/Respondent is displayed below)
Party Type:DefendantParty No.:3
Business or Organization Name:Maryland Department Of Public Safety And Correctional Services

Party Type:DefendantParty No.:1
Business or Organization Name:Director, Baltimore City Youth Detention Center

Party Type:DefendantParty No.:2
Business or Organization Name:Maryland Department Of Juvenile Services

Document Tracking
(Each Document listed. Documents are listed in Document No./Sequence No. order)
Doc No./Seq No.:1/0
File Date:05/20/2020Entered Date:05/20/2020Decision:
Party Type:PlaintiffParty No.:1
Document Name:Petition for Writ of Habeas Corpus

Doc No./Seq No.:2/0
File Date:05/20/2020Entered Date:05/20/2020Decision:
Party Type:PlaintiffParty No.:1
Document Name:District Court CD Requested

Doc No./Seq No.:3/0
File Date:06/01/2020Entered Date:06/01/2020Decision:
Document Name:District Court CD Received

Doc No./Seq No.:4/0
File Date:07/01/2020Entered Date:07/01/2020Decision:
Document Name:Open Court Proceeding
06-04-2020 - Motion for Bail review is heard and Granted. Defendant is released on own recognizance. Release filed. (Schiffer, J)

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