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W i l l i a m L. W e l c h, III
111 South Calvert Street, Suite 2700
Baltimore, Maryland 21202
Telephone: (410) 385-5630
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Illegally Detained?

.....If you are jailed or imprisoned in violation of the law, then a petition for habeas corpus may set you free. Beware, there are conditions. Courts have denied relief, because procedures and rules were not followed.

If you seek release from illegal detention, what can counsel do for you?

.....The pages and links on this web site are provided as a public service and on an informational basis only.  They do not provide a comprehensive statement of the law, and no one should rely on these materials as legal advice.  If you have a legal problem or question, you should consult with an attorney, who can investigate the particular circumstances of your situation.  Although I answer all e-mail and telephone calls, this does not constitute legal representation.  I am not your lawyer, until we make an agreement and I receive my fee.  In order to protect your confidentiality, please call to discuss your concerns.  E-mail is not a confidential means of communication, because it can be intercepted by anyone.    The initial consultation is free.

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Last revised: August 17, 2009

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