Secretary of Juvenile Justice, 1995-97
Secretary of Juvenile Justice, February 1995 to November 5, 1997. Co-Chair, Task Force on Juvenile Justice Reform, 1995-97. Member, Governor's Executive Council, 1995-97; Cabinet Council on Criminal and Juvenile Justice, 1995-97 (co-chair, juvenile justice reform task force, 1995-97); Governor's Subcabinet for Children, Youth, and Families, 1995-97; Commission on the Future of Maryland Courts, 1995-97; Institutional Educator Pay Plan Committee, 1995-97; Maryland Juvenile Justice Advisory Council, 1995-97; Governor's Commission on Service, 1995-97; Work Force Investment Board, 1995-97; State Board of Victim Services, 1995-2003; Governor's Task Force on Children, Youth, and Families Systems Reform, 1996. Chair, Governor's Task Force on the Fair Imposition of the Death Penalty, 1996.
Staff Counsel for U.S. Senator Paul S. Sarbanes of Maryland, 1977-78.
Assistant U.S. Attorney for the District of Maryland, 1978-82.
Deputy State's Attorney, Baltimore City, 1983 to January 1988. State's Attorney, Baltimore City, January 1988 to February 1995. Member, Governor's Study Commission on Legal Fees; Governor's Task Force on Alternative Sanctions to Incarceration, 1991-92; Governor's Commission on Funding of the Arts in Maryland, 1991-92; Governor's Commission on the Death Penalty, 1992-93. Former member, Governor's Council on Child Abuse and Neglect.
Born in Baltimore, Maryland, July 17, 1950. Dartmouth College, B.A. (government), cum laude, 1972; Harvard Law School, J.D., 1975. Admitted to Maryland Bar, 1977. Partner, Brown, Goldstein & Levy, LLP, 2003-. Member, Maryland State Bar Association (criminal law & practice section; co-chair, special committee on minorities in the legal profession); Baltimore City Bar Association; Monumental City Bar Association. Associate attorney, Semmes, Bowen & Semmes, 1975-77. Board member, Citizens' Planning and Housing Association, 1975-77; Baltimore Zoological Society, 1984-; Sinai Hospital, 1987-; Baltimore Symphony Orchestra, 1988-; Baltimore Museum of Art, 1988-; Baltimore Education Scholarship Trust, 1990-; Maryland Mentoring Partnership; Gilman School. Member, National Association for the Advancement of Colored People (NAACP) (board member, 1990-92); Urban League. Member, Maryland Judicial Campaign Conduct Committee, 2005-09. Board of Trustees, Baltimore Community Foundation, 2007-. Honorary Chair, Maryland Alliance for Justice Reform, 2015-. Member, Advisory Board, University of Baltimore School of Law. Nelson A. Rockefeller Distinguished Service Award, The Rockefeller Center at Dartmouth, 1998. Daniel Webster Distinguished Service Award, Dartmouth Club of Washington, DC, 2003. Founders' Award, Baltimore Child Abuse Center, 2012. Maryland Leadership in Law Award, Daily Record, 2013. Thurgood Marshall Honoree, Baltimore City Chapter, National Association for the Advancement of Colored People (NAACP), 2013. Whitney M. Young, Jr., Service Award, Boy Scouts of America, 2014. Listed in Best Lawyers in America, 2017. Vestry, St. James Episcopal Church, 1986-90. Married; two sons.
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