WILLIAM R. BUCHANAN, SR. Third Judicial Cir-
cuit, 1976. Born in Baltimore, July 25, 1926. Attended
Mount St. Joseph High School; Loyola College, Ph.B.,
1949; University of Maryland School of Law, LL.B.,
J.D., 1953. Admitted to the Maryland Bar, 1953. Served
in the U.S. Army. Member, Board of Governors, Mary-
land State Bar Association, 1971-1972; past secretary
and member, Executive Council, Baltimore County Bar
Association; Criminal Law Section, American Bar Asso-
ciation. Judge, District Court, 1971-1976. Co-author and
committee member, Pattern Jury Instructions. Past sec-
retary, Board of Property Review, Baltimore County;
past president, Stoneleigh Community Association; mem-
ber, Advisory Board, St. Joseph Hospital. Married; 5
LUKE K. BURNS, JR. Fifth Judicial Circuit, 1979.
Born in Baltimore, January 27, 1934. Attended Loyola
High School; Fordham University, B.A., 1957; Universi-
ty of Baltimore Law School, LL.B., 1964. Admitted to
the Maryland Bar, 1964. Member, Maryland State Bar
Association. Judge, District Court, District 10,
1978-1979. Married; 2 children.
JOHN CARROLL BYRNES. Eighth Judicial Circuit,
1982. Born in Baltimore, September 1, 1939. Attended
Baltimore City parochial schools; Loyola College, B.S.,
1961; University of Georgia; The Johns Hopkins Univer-
sity; University of Maryland School of Law, J.D., 1966.
President, Student Bar Association (1965-1966); Out-
standing Young Man of the Year, Baltimore Jaycees.
Admitted to the Maryland Bar, 1966. Served in the U.S.
Army. Delegate, Constitutional Convention of Mary-
land, 1967-1968. Chairman, Herring Run Public Water-
shed Association Commission. Former member, Com-
mission to Revise Landlord-Tenant Laws; Governing
Body, Central Maryland Health Systems Agency,
1975-1977. Member, American, Maryland State, and
Baltimore City Bar Associations; Citizens' Commission
on Maryland Government. Member, Advisory Board,
Baltimore Neighborhoods, Inc.; board member,
Baltimore Choral Society. Former vice-president, Loyola
College Alumni Association. Member of the Maryland
Senate 1971-1982. Former chairman, Legislative Council
Special Committee on Real Estate Practices. Former
member, Maryland Port Advisory Committee. Chair-
man, Higher Education Evaluation Committee,
1979-1980. Chairman and co-chairman, Maryland Com-
mission on Intergovernmental Cooperation, 1975-1982;
vice-chairman, Senate Finance Committee, 1975-1982.
DAVID L. CAHOON. Sixth Judicial Circuit, 1971;
Circuit Administrative Judge. Born in Brockton, Massa-
chusetts, April 8, 1921. Attended public schools in
Rockland and Fairhaven, Massachusetts; University of
Maine College of Engineering; Georgetown University
School of Foreign Service, B.S,, Public Administration;
Georgetown University, LL.B., 1951. Admitted to Mary-
land Bar, 1952. Served in the U.S. Army Air Force,
1941-1945: City attorney, Rockville, 1954-1958; attor-
ney, towns of Garrett Park and Brookville; member,
County Council, Montgomery County, 1958-1962; Presi-
dential Trustee, United Planning Organization,
1960-1968; Democratic State Central Committee,
1962-1966; County Attorney, Montgomery 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 Mary-
land School of Law, LL.B., 1959. Admitted to the
Maryland Bar, 1959. Served in the U.S. Army, European
Theatre of Operations, 1943-1946. Member, American,
Maryland State, and Harford County Bar Associations;
American Judicature Society. Counsel, Town of Bel Air,
1967-1976; attorney to Harford County Charter Board,
1971; Harford County Library Board of Trustees,
1961-1973; Character Committee, Third Judicial Circuit,
1968-1976; chairman, Open Spaces Committee, Harford
County Master Plan. Member, Bel Air Rotary Club.
Married; 1 child.
HILARY D. CAPLAN. Eighth Judicial Circuit, 1984.
Born in Baltimore, July 7, 1935. Attended Forest Park
High School; Johns Hopkins University; University of
Maryland School of Law, J.D., 1961. Admitted to the
Maryland Bar, 1962. Served .in the U.S. Army. Member,
American, Maryland State, and Baltimore City Bar
Associations. Judge, District Court of Baltimore City,
1976-1984. Chairman, Judicial Education Committee of
the District Court of Maryland, 1982-1984. Assistant
state's attorney for Baltimore City, 1967-1972. Past
member. Parents Board of Directors, Gilman School,
1976-1978. Married; 3 children.
WILLIAM 0. CARR. Third Judicial Circuit, 1984.
Born in Havre de Grace, October 27, 1948. Graduated
from Towson State University, B.S., 1970; University of
Maryland School of Law, 1973. Admitted to the Mary-
land Bar, 1973. Member, American Bar Association;
Maryland State Bar Association (Board of Governors,
1980-1981); Harford County Bar Association (secretary,
19741975). Member, American Judicature Society; Bar
of the U.S. District Court for Maryland; Bar of the
Fourth Federal Judicial Circuit; Bar of the Surpreme
Court of the U.S. Counsel, Harford County Board of
Education, 1979-1984; Master-Examiner in Chancery,
1979-1984; Commissioner, Town of Bel Air, 1977-1984
(chairman/mayor, 1981-1982). Member, Board of Visi-
tors, Maryland School for the Deaf, 1981; Board of
Trustees, Harford Community College, 1979-1984; Com-
mission to Revise the Annotated Code of Maryland,
1980. Member, Bel Air Rotary Club; Harford County
Historical Society (Board of Directors, 1984); Mary-
land Historical Society; Susquehannock Environmental
Center (Board of Directors, 1982); St. Matthew Lu-
theran Church; University of Maryland School of Law
Alumni Association (life member). Former member,
American Trial Lawyers Association; International As-
sociation of Insurance Counsel. Unmarried.
CLAYTON CANN CARTER. Second Judicial Circuit,
1978. 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, American and Maryland
State Bar Associations; fellow, American College of Trial