Posted On: August 31, 2009 by Ronald V. Miller, Jr.

Towson Courthouse

The Maryland Daily Record reports that the plaza-side entrance to the Baltimore County Circuit Court building in Towson is currently closed to the public because the security screening machines are not working. Only courthouse employees, jurors and lawyers with Maryland State Bar Association ID badges are being allowed through that entrance.

All other courthouse visitors must enter through the doors on Bosley Avenue (which is how I always enter that courthouse - climbing those steps to the main entrance is more fun anyway).