United States Bankruptcy Court
Honorable Nancy V. Alquist, Chief Judge Mark A. Neal, Clerk
6500 Cherrywood Ln Greenbelt, MD 20770Main Tel: 301-344-8018
101 W Lombard St Room 8530Baltimore, MD 21201Main Tel: 410-962-2688map
Greenbelt6500 Cherrywood Ln - Greenbelt, MD 20770 - Main Tel: 301-344-8018 mapBaltimore101 W Lombard St Room 8530 - Baltimore, MD 21201 - Main Tel: 410-962-2688 map
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Deborah Constable Judicial Assistant (410) 962-7479
Brenda J. Wolfe, Courtroom Deputy (410) 962-4439
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Kimberly Stoker, Law Clerk
Judge Nancy V. Alquist will permit parties to appear at court hearings telephonically using CourtCall, an independent conference call company. You must contact the courtroom deputy at least 24 hours in advance to confirm that you will be permitted to appear telephonically. Click here for procedures for additional requirements as well as a list of matters where you may not appear telephonically.
Courtroom 2A in Baltimore has the necessary equipment to electronically present evidence. When controlled by the presenter at the podium, the system will concurrently display evidence on monitor screens for the witness, law clerk, courtroom deputy, Judge, counsel tables, and on a projection screen. The system has the following capabilities:
VHS/DVD combination player - You can play a DVD or VHS cassette. You can also use the input on this system to play back audio if you provide an audio device.
Laptop - If you have a laptop computer, you can attach it to the podium system and present from it.
PC - A PC is located inside the cabinet and you can use that to display various files - Word Perfect, Word, Excel, PowerPoint, PDF, etc. With software on the PC in the podium, you can annotate what is being presented. However, neither the PC nor laptop option will have Internet access.
Document camera - This device allows you to display a document or any other item that can be placed on the display tray.
Please contact the ITServiceDesk@mdb.uscourts.gov for training. After you are trained, you need to contact the Courtroom Deputy at least 24 hours prior to a hearing if you intend to use this equipment to receive approval.
Judge Alquist generally agrees to remove motions for relief from stay from the docket if a consent is reached, if there is no response, or if the parties agree to a continuance, if the Courtroom Deputy is contacted by the movant before noon on Wednesday.
Motions for relief from stay, and other self docketed matters, that will take more than 20 minutes or are evidentiary, must be specially set. Please contact the Courtroom Deputy for a hearing date and time, as soon as it becomes apparent that the matter will exceed the 20 minute limit.
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Pre-Trial Procedures: Upon the submission of agreed upon discovery dates from both parties to the Courtroom Deputy at least one day prior to the pre-trial, appearance at the pre-trial conference will not be required.
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