Consumer Protection Court Clinic - PBRC

District Court for Prince George’s County – Upper Marlboro
14735 Main Street
Upper Marlboro
Event Description

District courts across the state continue to enter affidavit judgments against low-income consumers in thousands of cases where improper debt collection and consumer debt buying tactics occur. Volunteer attorneys can provide critical legal help to Maryland consumers by participating in courthouse clinics on the first, second, and third Fridays of the month in Upper Marlboro.

At the Consumer Protection Project (CPP)‘s courthouse clinics, attorneys will provide advice and limited scope representation to consumer defendants, negotiate payment plans and dismissals, and help consumers file notices of intention to defend. Volunteers may also accept cases from either clinic for full representation.

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