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DAVID L. CAHOON. Sixth Judicial Circuit, 1971—.
Born in Brockton, Massachusetts, April 8, 1921.
Attended public schools in Rockland and Fairhaven,
Massachusetts; University of Maine College of Engi-
neering; Georgetown University School of Foreign Ser-
vice, B.S., Public Administration; Georgetown Universi-
ty, LL.B., 1951. Admitted to Maryland Bar, 1952.
Served in the U.S. Army Air Force. Member, Maryland
State and Montgomery County Bar Associations;
American Judicature Society. City attorney, Roekville,
1954-1958; attorney, towns of Garrett Park and
Brookville; member. County Council, Montgomery
County, 1958-1962; Presidential Trustee, United Plan-
ning Organization, 1960-1968; Democratic State Cen-
tral Committee, 1962-1966; County Attorney, Mont-
gomery County, 1967-1971. Married; 4 children.

BRODNAX CAMERON, JR. Third Judicial Circuit,
1976—. Born in Charlottesville, Virginia, November
15, 1921. Attended Gilman School and Bel Air High
School; Princeton University, A.B., 1943; University of
Maryland School of Law, LL.B., 1959. Admitted to the
Maryland Bar, 1959. Served in the U.S. Army, Europe-
an Theatre of Operations, 1943-1946. Member, Ameri-
can, Maryland State, and Harford County Bar Associa-
tions; American Judicature Society. Counsel, Town of
Be) Air, 1967-1976; attorney to Harford County Char-
ter Board, 1971; Harford County Library Board of
Trustees, 1961-1973; Character Committee, Third Judi-
cial Circuit, 1968-1976; chairman, Open Spaces Com-
mittee, Harford County Master Plan. Member, Bel Air
Rotary Club. Married; 1 child.

CLAYTON CANN CARTER. Second Judicial Circuit,
1979—. Born in Centreville, October 15, 1918.
Attended Centreville public schools; Duke University,
A.B., 1939; University of Maryland School of Law,
J.D., 1946. Admitted to the Maryland Bar, 1946.
Served in the U.S. Army Signal Corps. Member, Ameri-
can and Maryland State Bar Associations; fellow,
American College of Trial Lawyers and the American
College of Probate Counsel; American Judicature Soci-
ety; fellow, Maryland Bar Foundation; vice-president,
Maryland State Bar Association, 1960-1961. State's at-
torney for Queen Anne's County, 1951-1954; county
commissioner. Queen Anne's County, 1954-1958; at-
torney to the Board of Appeals of Queen Anne's Coun-
ty, 1961-1971; chairman, Governor's Commission on
City-County Fiscal Relations, 1959-1963. Judge, Dis-
trict Court, District 2, 1971-1979. Married; 3 children.

WILLIAM MacKENZIE CAVE. Sixth Judicial Circuit,
1978—. Born in Cambridge, Massachusetts, February
4, 1934. Attended Montgomery County public schools;
University of Maryland, B.A., 1958; University of
Maryland School of Law, LL.B., 1961. Served in the
U.S. Army. Member, Maryland State Bar Association.
Admitted to the Maryland Bar, 1961. Assistant state's
attorney, Montgomery County, 1967-1971; deputy
state's attorney, Montgomery County, 1971; judge,
Maryland District Court, Montgomery County, 1971-
1978. Married; 2 children.

HOWARD S. CHASANOW. Seventh Judicial Circuit,
1977—. Born in Washington, D.C., April 3, 1937.

Circuit Court Biographies

Attended the University of Maryland, B.A., 1958; Uni-
versity of Maryland School of Law, J.D., 1961; Har-
vard Law School, LL.M., 1962. Admitted to the Mary-
land Bar, 1961. Served in the U.S. Air Force. Member,
Maryland State Bar Association; director. Prince
George's County Bar Association; chairman. Prince
George's County Bar Association Professional Ethics
Committee, 1973-1978; chairman, Judicial Conference
Criminal Law Committee, 1976-1978; former chair-
man, Maryland State Bar Association Criminal Law
Section. Former assistant and deputy state's attorney
for Prince George's County, 1963-1969; judge, District
Court of Maryland, 1971-1977; lecturer. University of
Maryland School of Law, 1973—. Married, 1 child.

EUGENE MACKALL CHILDS. Fifth Judicial Circuit,
1965—; Chief Administrative Judge. Born in Baltimore,
August 7, 1918. Attended Annapolis Grammar School
and National Cathedral School for Boys; University of
Virginia, B.M.E., 1941; University of Maryland, LL.B.,
1949. Admitted to the Maryland Bar, 1949. Past presi-
dent, Anne Arundel County Bar Association. Senior
Aeronautical Engineer, Pan American Airways, 1946.
Past president, Southern Maryland Society; member,
South River Club (chairman); Annapolitan Club; Sigma
Chi; Theta Tau. Married; 3 children, 4 grandchildren.

FRANK E. CICONE. Third Judicial Circuit, 1974—.
Born in Italy, May 26, 1920. Attended Pennsylvania
public schools; Georgetown University, B.S., 1948; Uni-
versity of Baltimore Law School, LL.B., 1956. Admit-
ted to the Maryland Bar, 1958. Served in the U.S.
Army. Member, American Justinian Society; Associated
Italian-American Charities. Married; 3 children.

GUY J. CICONE. Fifth Judicial Circuit, 1976—. Born
in Weirton, West Virginia, September 20, 1918.
Attended Baltimore City College; University of Mary-
land; Loyola College, B.S., 1957; University of Mary-
land, LL.B., 1952. Admitted to the Maryland Bar,
1952. Served in the U.S. Armed Forces. Assistant city
solicitor, Baltimore City, 1958-1959; assistant attorney
general for Maryland, 1962-1976; master examiner,
Circuit Court for Howard County, 1971-1976. Mem-
ber, Second District Democratic Club; Order of the
Sons of Italy, Howard County; Fort Meade Golf Club.
Married; no children.

HARRY E. CLARK. Second Judicial Circuit, 1966—.
Born in Easton, July 8, 1914. Graduate of Staunton
Military Academy; University of Virginia, B.S., 1936;
University of Virginia School of Law, LL.B., 1938. Ad-
mitted to the Maryland Bar, 1938. Served in the U.S.
Naval Reserve. Member, Maryland State Bar Associa-
tion. State's attorney for Talbot County, 1947-1955;
standing examiner in chancery. Circuit Court for Talbot
County, 1940-1966. Chairman, Talbot County Board
of Zoning Appeals, 1959-1966. Charter president, Eas-
ton Lions Club. Board of Directors and Executive
Committee, Memorial Hospital, Easton; a founder and
current vice-president, Bethany House, Inc. (a group
home for troubled children). Married; 2 children.

RICHARD JOHN CLARK. Seventh Judicial Circuit,
1980—. Born in Washington, D.C., June 20, 1942.


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