COVID-19 Notice: We Are Here Fighting For You
These are extremely uncertain times, but The Herbst Firm’s commitment to fighting for all clients has not changed. We are available 24/7 to speak about your case, and can appear for bail review hearings in front of judges and district court commissioners at a moment’s notice. If you or a loved one has been charged or arrested for a crime please do not hesitate to call Benjamin on the office cell phone at (410) 207-2598. Benjamin understands how important it is to avoid setting foot in a jail facility, and he will do whatever it takes to secure the release of any arrested individual.
In addition to being readily available for bail reviews, we can also file motions to recall outstanding bench warrants for failures to appear and violations of probation. Judges have been instructed by the Chief Judge in Annapolis to strongly consider other alternatives to incarceration in order to protect the public and other inmates in jail. Do not assume that you will have to turn yourself in if you have a warrant.Is Your Office Open During Normal Business Hours?
Yes, we are open and available 7 days a week to speak about your case and any other issues that may come up pertaining.When Will The Courts Reopen?
As of now, the courts are scheduled to reopen to the public on June 7, but this date could be pushed back at any time. All courts are still functioning in some capacity, and judges will continue to hear bail reviews and Habeas Corpus motions.Are You Accepting New Clients?
Absolutely. We are committing to providing complete representation for all criminal matters, civil citations, auto accidents and slip and falls. Do not hesitate to reach out for a free consultation anytime.How Can I Set Up A Consultation?
Benjamin is available at all times on the office cell phone, and he is also willing to meet in person or schedule a video meeting. Call Benjamin at (410) 207-2598 or fill out a contact form to discuss all of these options.