SCOTT L. ROLLE, Associate Judge, Frederick County Circuit Court since December 15, 2014.
State's Attorney, Frederick County, December 1994 to January 2, 2007. Assistant State's Attorney (chief narcotics prosecutor), Frederick County, 1987-91.
Member, State Prosecutor Selection and Disabilities Commission, 1999-2007; Governor-elect's Transition Team, 2002-03. Member, Drug and Alcohol Abuse Council, Frederick County, 2004-06.
Born in Washington, DC, June 30, 1961. Attended Georgetown Preparatory School, North Bethesda, Maryland; University of Dayton, B.A. (communications), 1984; Claude W. Pettit College of Law, Ohio Northern University, J.D., 1986; Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) National Law Institute, 1997. Admitted to West Virginia Bar, 1986; Maryland Bar, 1991. Attorney. Private law practice, 1991-94; Law Offices of Scott L. Rolle, LLC, 2007-14. Major, currently assigned to 154th Legal Support Organization, JAG Corps, U.S. Army Reserve, 2001-. Member, Maryland State Bar Association; Frederick County Bar Association; Maryland State's Attorneys' Association. Founder, Youthful Offender Program, 1996; Computer Crimes Unit. Member, Frederick County Republican Central Committee, 1990-94 (past chair). Delegate, Republican Party National Convention, 2000. Member, Community Prosecution Initiative; Mediation Project. Former board member, Character Counts Committee. Member, International Association of Narcotics Enforcement Officers; Rotary Club of Carroll Creek; Francis Scott Key Post no. 11, American Legion. Volunteer, Habitat for Humanity. Former adjunct professor (criminal law), Mount Saint Mary's College; Frederick Community College. Former instructor (laws of arrest, & search & seizure), Frederick City Police Academy; Drug Enforcement Agency Street-Level Drug Operations School. Outstanding Young Marylander, Frederick County Jaycees, 1997. Outstanding Young Marylander, Maryland Jaycees, 1997. Maryland Leadership in Law Award, Daily Record, 2005. Influential Marylander, The Daily Record, 2013.
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