Oversees day care licensing for family day care homes and child care centers, provides letters of compliance for nursery schools, offers trainings and workshops to providers, investigates complaints, and recruits new homes and centers.
The Office of the Public Defender handles any criminal case carrying a possible jail sentence or a fine of more than $500.
You must apply at least ten (10) working days prior to your trial date. You may apply at most OPD Offices, not just the County where you will go to court.
You will be interviewed by an Intake Specialist, complete a written application, and be asked to provide information about your income and assets.
The primary function of the Office of the State's Attorney is to prosecute felony, misdemeanor, juvenile delinquency, and other types of civil and/or criminal cases, when the alleged offense occurred in Caroline County, on behalf of the state of Maryland. The State's Attorney works in conjunction with all eight law enforcement agencies assigned to Caroline County.
The Office of Unemployment Insurance conducts almost all business by telephone. Claims may be filed by telephone or online at the above web address. All Claim Centers take claims by telephone only, every Monday through Friday, excluding State holidays, from 8:00 AM until 2:00 PM. All informational telephone calls, such as finding out the status of your unemployment insurance claim, should be directed to the Claimant Information Service at 1-800-827-4839.