Archives of Maryland
(Biographical Series)

Mabel H. Hubbard (1936-2006)
MSA SC 3520-11775

Sources:


Articles -

"Hughes names Judge Hubbard as 4th woman on Circuit Court."  The Baltimore Sun, 28 June 1985.

"Sitting judges hold 'team' fundraise." The Daily Record, 25 September 1985.

Thurlow, Katharine. "Profiles." The Maryland Bar Journal 19, no. 5 (June 1986), 24-25.

"Children's Room Open In Mitchell Court House."  The Daily Record, 30 May 1996.

"Court program's hiring of judge's kin questioned; Jurists sit on panel that picks employees."  The Baltimore Sun, 31 January 1997.

"Judicial role in hiring forbidden by new order; Chief judge clarifies anti-nepotism policy."  The Baltimore Sun, 1 February 1997.

"Former city policeman guilty of misconduct; Eastern District officer was suspected as dealer's 'enforcer'."  The Baltimore Sun, 4 February 1997.

"Judges Can Reverse Each Other On Their Own Volition, CA Rules Dismissing Fears of 'Legal Free-for-All,' Justices Find Revisory Powers Rest With Court,
       
Not Individual Judges."   The Daily Record, 16 October 1997.

"Foul-ups lead to dismissal of bribe case; City police officer won't face charges again, prosecutors say; 'A mistake was made';
       
Felony indictment misworded, statute of limitations ran out."  The Baltimore Sun, 14 May 1998.

"Pair gets probation in liquor board case; Ex-state lawmaker, Baltimore inspector also fined $1,000 each; Breaches of ... public trust."
        The Baltimore Sun,  3 February 1999.

"Houze Hubbard, Adkins Win Honors From Women's Bar Association.  Mid-Year Meeting Also Will Feature Intro to 'Quasi-Judicial Bench'."
        The Daily Record
, 13 November 1999.

Peter Hermann, “Homicide unit gets stinging critique; Report to Daniel links internal failings, poor crime clearance rate."
        The Baltimore Sun
, 17 March 2000.

"Judge's appointment was historic first in state." The Baltimore Sun, 12 December 2006.


Web sources -

Maryland Public Television.  "Color at the Bar:  The Rise of African-Americans in the Maryland Legal System."
http://www.mpt.org/programsinterests/mpt/colorathebar/index.shtml

The Maryland Women's Hall of Fame.
http://www.msa.md.gov/msa/educ/exhibits/womenshall/html/whfhome.html

November 1999 Barrister.  "Women's Bar Mid-Year Meeting."
http://www.aabar.org/barrister_newsletter/1999%20Newsletters/november%201999.htm#Women’s Bar Mid-Year Meeting

Maryland Manual On-Line biography


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