Office of the State's Attorney

Worcester County, Maryland

Alternative Community Service Program

A voluntary community service program for adults charged with a minor crime.

First Offender Program

A voluntary diversion program for adults charged with possession of marijuana and/or paraphernalia.

Public Court Records

The State of Maryland operates an easy-to-use online database that enables visitors to find and track cases in every jurisdiction throughout Maryland.

Victim Notification Network

VINE, the National Victim Notification Network allows victims to register for timely and reliable information regarding the custody status of offenders 24 hours a day.

Internet Safety Tips

Local Law Enforcement

Identity Theft

The Judicial Process

The Internet has changed the way that children interact with the world. They have access to knowledge, tools, and people from all over the world. Along with offering a new way to connect with the world, the internet also offers new risks. Contact information for law enforcement agencies located within Worcester and other surrounding counties. Identity theft is a form of stealing in which someone pretends to be someone else by assuming that person's identity, usually as a method to gain access to resources or obtain credit and other benefits in that person's name. Learn about the process an offender will go through to ensure their rights are upheld and they receive a fair trial.

A Message From State's Attorney Beau H. Oglesby

The Office of the State’s Attorney for Worcester County believes that there is no higher purpose in government than protecting the safety and welfare of the citizens whom we have been entrusted to serve.  Together with the men and women in law enforcement we seek to promote strength with integrity and fairness through the equal application of our laws.  We remain vigilant stewards of justice and firm believers in accountability.


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