Quincy L. Coleman is one of the most well-respected attorneys in Maryland. As a resident of Howard County for nearly two decades, Mr. Coleman has a vested interest in the well-being of his community and fellow citizens. He is a highly experienced trial attorney with more than 20 years of courtroom experience. Well known for his zealous advocacy, he approached  every case with  the seriousness, commitment and enthusiasm and dedication  to support his clients and afford them the benefits to which they were entitled under  the law.

Attorney Coleman  practiced law in several jurisdictions including Howard County,  Baltimore City, Baltimore County, Prince George’s County, Anne Arundel County and the District of Columbia. His exemplary career has been devoted to  public and private service to the community. Throughout his career as a practicing attorney, he litigated and negotiated various types of legal issues, including Criminal  Law, Personal Injury as well as other civil ligation. With his passion for justice and his desire to continue a positive legacy, Mr. Coleman has mentored and facilitated training for several young rising star  attorneys, one of whom happens to be his daughter Candace Jaimes, with whom he acted as co-counsel on a number of occasions.

Quincy Coleman is a Maryland native and attended Frostburg State University where he majored in Political Science, graduated with honors and received  a Bachelor of Science degree. As a student, he served as an intern at the State of Maryland, Office of the Attorney General, Consumer Protection Division.  After graduation, he was first introduced to courtroom proceedings as a Parole and Probation agent for the State of Maryland. He served in that position for 20 years. During his tenure as a Parole and Probation agent, Mr Coleman supervised the activities of numerous offenders while they were on probation or parole. In carrying out his duties, he  filed petitions to the court and parole commissioners if offenders failed to comply with conditions of probation or parole,  engaging in the important process of making recommendations regarding future placement; making every effort to help his clients follow a path to success and avoid  re-offending.

Mr. Coleman’s very strong work ethic, personal integrity, solid character and drive carried him through the rigors of his University of Law School experience and the earning of his Juris Doctorate Degree; all while working as a Parole and Probation, full time  and caring for his young family. Quincy Colman then served as a felony trial attorney with the State of Maryland Office of the Public Defender for more than12 years. He then entered  private practice. During his work with the Office of the Public Defender, Attorney Coleman represented countless indigent clients, some of whom were charged with serious criminal offenses. Many of these court proceedings resulted in complex jury trials where Mr. Coleman was able to achieve successes even where there were formidable prosecutors opposing him. The skills Mr. Coleman acquired during his career are an invaluable asset for a judge; he knows the courtroom, he knows the law, he knows the issues and the way the parties are required to present the issues. Most of all, he knows that all litigants deserve fairness in the conduct and outcome of a trial; and, of all his strengths,  a dedication to fairness is his greatest strength.

Attorney Quincy Coleman is a member of the bar in the State of Maryland, District of Columbia, and U.S. District Court for Maryland.  In addition to serving clients from all walks of life, Quincy Colman was awarded a 30-year Service Award from the State of Maryland, Office of the Public Defender and Division of Parole and Probation; he served as a Moot Court Judge for the Byron Warnken Moot Court Competition at the University of Baltimore School of Law; he also served as an Instructor at Anne Arundel Community College teaching the Principles of Parole and Probation.  

Quincy Coleman is a loving husband to his wife, Hope, of 41 years, a proud father to Candace and Courtney and an attentive and fun grandfather to Nadia and Isaiah.  In his free time Attorney Coleman enjoys precious moments with his grandchildren, adding to his model train collection, gardening, crabbing and watching the Baltimore Ravens.


Attorney Quincy L. Coleman is well qualified and prepared to serve as Circuit Court Judge for Howard County, MD.


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Authority: Friends of Quincy Coleman–Candace Jaimes, Treasurer