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Below, please find our upcoming holiday schedule:
Reposted from August 2013.
Effective immediately our policy regarding the reprinting/republication of probate notices will change to include the following:
The DWLR is hiring a full time production assistant to join our staff in Baltimore.
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Beginning January 1, 2017, the DWLR will change the pricing structure for subscriptions.
Now, when you are searching the D.C. Superior Court opinions, you can search by Judge!