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Harford County Sheriff's Office
45 S Main St, Bel Air, MD 21014
L. Jesse Bane was elected to his second term as Harford County sheriff in a tight 2010 election. The sheriff's office'sMore primary jurisdiction includes all of Harford County except for its three municipalities—Bel Air, Havre de Grace and Aberdeen.
Harford County Board of Elections
133 Industry Ln, Forest Hill, MD 21050
The Harford County Board of Elections is a government office located in Bel Air. The board deals specifically with theMore overseeing of elections in Harford County, providing election information and voter registration materials to residents. The board also deals with absentee voting. A plethora of election resources, including information on candidates and voting locations, is available on the board's website. For further inquiries, phone the Harford County Board of Elections.
Harford County Circuit Court
20 W Courtland St, Bel Air, MD 21014
James Reilly is the Clerk of the Harford County Circuit Court in the heart of downtown Bel Air that boasts being one ofMore the oldest public institutions in the state. It has been more than 150 years since the courthouse was rebuilt after an 1858 fire, and has been expanded multiple times since. Reilly is elected locally and works according to the laws of Maryland and Rules of the Court of Appeals of Maryland. Part of the court's disclaimer states: "Every effort is made to provide accurate information and assistance regarding matters that are important to you. Please be advised, however, that we are prohibited by Maryland law from rendering legal advice."