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THIRD DISTRICT

Population, 1980: 527,804

Encompasses: Baltimore City Wards 1-3, 21-26;
Ward 4, precinct 1; Ward 6, precincts 6-7; Ward
8, precincts 1-3; Ward 9, precinct 7; Ward 27,
precincts 2^0, 59-62, 65-91, 102-108; Ward
28, precinct 1; those parts of Baltimore County
consisting of Election District 1, precincts 7-16,
Election District 2, precincts 6-10, 13-14;
Election District 3, precincts 2-12, Election
District 9, precincts 1, 3-4, 12-16, and Election
District 13; and those parts of Howard County
consisting of Election District 1, Election
District 5, precincts 2-4, 7-10, and Election
District 6, precincts 5-6, 8-14.

FOURTH DISTRICT

Population, 1980: 526,627

Encompasses: Anne Arundel County; those parts
of Prince George's County consisting of Election
Districts 4, 8, 12, Election District 5, precincts
1-2, 5, Election District 6, precincts 2, 6, 8-9,
12-15, 17-18; Election District 11, precinct 1,
and part of Election District 9, precinct 3; and
those parts of Howard County consisting of
Election District 6, precincts 1-4, 7, 15.

FIFTH DISTRICT

Population, 1980: 526,295

Encompasses: those parts of Prince George's
County consisting of Election Districts 1-3, 7,
10, 13-21; Election District 5, precincts 3-4;

Federal Judges/47 5

Election District 6, precincts 1, 3-5, 7, 10-11,
16; Election District 11, precinct 2; Election
District 9, precincts 1-2, 45; and part of
Election District 9, precinct 3.

SIXTH DISTRICT

Population, 1980: 527,639

Encompasses: Allegany, Carroll, Frederick,
Garrett, and Washington counties; those parts of
Howard County consisting of Election Districts
2-4, Election District 5, precincts 1, 5, 6; those
parts of Montgomery County consisting of
Election Districts 1-3, 6, 11-12, and Election
District 10, precincts 1-3, 7, 9-10.

SEVENTH DISTRICT

Population, 1980: 527,485

Encompasses: Baltimore County Election District
1, precincts 1-6, Election District 2, precincts
1-5, 11, and Election District 3, precinct 1;
those parts of Baltimore City consisting of
Wards 5, 7, 10-20, Ward 4, precincts 2-3, Ward
6, precincts 1-5, Ward 8, precincts 4-13, Ward
9, precincts 1-6, 8-17, Ward 27, precincts
41-58, 63-64, 92-101, Ward 28, precincts 2-20.

EIGHTH DISTRICT

Population, 1980: 528,036

Encompasses: Montgomery County Election
Districts 4-5, 7-9, 13, Election District 10,
precincts 4-6, 8, 11.

 

FEDERAL JUDGES IN MARYLAND
UNITED STATES COURT OF APPEALS

The United States Courts of Appeals are intermediate appellate courts created in 1891 to relieve
overcrowding of the U.S. Supreme Court docket. The appeals courts are empowered to review all
decisions of federal district courts, except in those few instances where direct review by the Supreme
Court is mandated. Appeals Court judges are appointed by the President of the United States with the
advice and consent of the U.S. Senate.

The United States is divided into twelve judicial circuits. Maryland is in the fourth judicial circuit,
which also includes Virginia, West Virginia, North Carolina, and South Carolina. Maryland's two
members of the U.S. Court of Appeals maintain chambers in the U.S. Courthouse in Baltimore.

HARRISON L. WINTER, U.S. Court of Appeals, Chief
Judge since 1981. Appointed in 1966. Born in Baltimore,
April 18, 1921. Attended The Johns Hopkins University,
A.B., 1942; University of Maryland School of Law,

LL.B., 1944. Admitted to the Maryland bar, 1945.
Member, Maryland State and American Bar Associa-
tions; American Law Institute; American College of
Trial Lawyers. Member, Order of the Coif. Assistant

 



 
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