Anne Arundel County was named after Anne Arundel, who was a member of the Arundell family of Cornwall, England, and also the wife of the 2nd Baron Baltimore, Cæcilius Calvert. Maryland’s capital, Annapolis, serves as the county seat of Anne Arundel County. Maryland’s population is centered on the county line between Howard County and Anne Arundel County, and Ann Arundel County is currently home to about 507,000 residents.
The Circuit Court for Anne Arundel County
serves residents of Anne Arundel County. The Anne Arundel County Courthouse was built in 1824 and is among Maryland’s oldest functioning courthouses. The Anne Arundel County Courthouse has undergone various renovations over the years, and has evolved from a Federal Style building into an elegant, Georgian Revival building. Additionally, the Anne Arundel County Circuit Court has been updated with the latest advances in technology.
Recently, the Anne Arundel Circuit Court dismissed Laurel Park’s attempt to have its disqualified bid for a gambling license
reinstated. It was expected that Laurel Park would be granted a gambling license as part of a plan to revive Maryland’s waning horse racing industry. Judge William C. Mulford II sided with Maryland officials, who disqualified Laurel’s license application because the track’s now-bankrupt owners failed to submit the required application fees. It is not clear if Laurel Park will accept or appeal
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