HARFORD COUNTY CIRCUIT COURT

FORMER JUDGES


THOMAS E. MARSHALL, Associate Judge, Harford County Circuit Court, 3rd Judicial Circuit, December 1, 1995 to January 10, 2011. Retired January 10, 2011.

Assistant Secretary of Licensing and Regulation, 1974-76. Assistant attorney general, special counsel to State Roads Commission for Harford and Cecil counties, 1976-86. Character Committee, Court of Appeals, 1991-95.

Born in Johnstown, Pennsylvania, August 3, 1944. Pennsylvania State University; University of Maryland, B.A., 1967. Served in U.S. Army (1st lieutenant, ordnance corps), 1967-70. University of Maryland School of Law, J.D., 1974. Admitted to Maryland Bar, 1974. Member, American Bar Association; Maryland State Bar Association (board of governors, 1993-95); and Harford County Bar Association (president, 1994); Harford County Bar Foundation (board of directors, 1993-95). Board of Directors, John Carroll High School, 1981-89; Fallston General Hospital.

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