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ROSZEL C. THOMSEN. U.S. District Court, 1954—.
Born in Baltimore, August 17, 1900. Attended The Johns
Hopkins University, A.B., 1919; University of Maryland,
LL.B., 1922. Admitted to the Maryland bar, 1922.
Served in the Student Army Training Corps. Member,
Maryland, Baltimore City, and American Bar Associa-
tions; Lawyers' Round Table; Rule Day Club. Member,
Judicial Conference of U.S., 1957-1964; chairman,
Standing Committee on Rules of Practice & Procedure of
Judicial Conference of the U.S., 1973-1980; member,
Advisory Committee on Civil Rules, 1959-1970,
1972-1973; member, Committee to Implement Criminal
Justice Act, 1964-1973 (chairman, 1972-1973); member,
Advisory Committee on Judicial Activities, 1969-1973;
member, Coordinating Committee on Multiple Litiga-
tion, 1962-1968; member, Committee on Administration
of Criminal Law, 1971-1973; president, Maryland State
Bar Association, 1972-1973. Awarded honorary doctor
of laws, Goucher College. Secretary, Maryland Board of
Law Examiners, 1943-1944; president, Board of Educa-
tion of Baltimore City, 1944-1954. Married; 3 children.
Office telephone: 685-3522.

R. DORSEY WATKINS. U.S. District Court, 1955—.
Born in Baltimore, September 27, 1900. Attended The
Johns Hopkins University, B.A., 1922, Ph.D., 1925;
University of Maryland Law School, LL.B., 1925. Ad-
mitted to the Maryland bar, 1925. Member, American,
Maryland State, and Baltimore City Bar Associations;
Lawyers' Round Table; Rule Day Club; American
College of Trial Lawyers; American Judicature Society.
Phi Beta Kappa; Order of the Coif; Distinguished
Alumnus of the Year, University of Maryland School of
Law, 1979. Chairman, Grievance Commission,
1947-1948; director and vice-president. Mental Hygiene

Society of Greater Baltimore; president, Bar Association
of Baltimore City, 1947-1948. Instructor in Torts, Uni-
versity of Maryland School of Law, 1925-1968; instruc-
tor in Advanced Commercial Law, The Johns Hopkins
University, 1926-1955. Partner, firm of Piper, Watkins,
and Avirett (now Piper and Marbury), 1930. Widower; 1
child. Office telephone: 539-8319.

JOSEPH H. YOUNG. U.S. District Court, 1971—.
Born in Hagerstown, July 18, 1922. Attended Dartmouth
College, A.B., 1948; University of Virginia School of
Law, LL.B., 1951. Admitted to the Maryland bar, 1951.
Served in the U.S. Army Infantry, 1942-1946; bronze
star, purple heart. Member, Federal, American, Mary-
land State, and Baltimore City Bar Associations; Fourth
Circuit Judicial Conference. Member, Rule Day Club;
Lawyers Round Table; 14 Hamilton Street Club; honor-
ary member, National Lawyers Club of Washington.
Formerly associated with firms of Marbury, Miller, and
Evans and Piper and Marbury (partner, 1958-1971).
Instructor, Johns Hopkins University; McCoy College,
1954-1962. Board of Directors, Legal Aid Society,
1958-1971; CICHA (Health Appeal), 1964-1971. Board
of Directors, Maryland Division of American Cancer
Society, 1958— (chairman, 1969-1971, 1977-1980).
Chairman, Board of Directors, American Cancer Society,
1977-1980. Member, Oncology Advisory Council, Johns
Hopkins University; member, Executive Committee, In-
ternational Union Against Cancer, 1981—; member,
Dartmouth College Alumni Council. Recipient, Society
of Surgical Oncology Annual Layman's Award, 1982;
American Cancer Society Distinguished Service Award,
1983; Dartmouth College Alumni Award, 1983. Married;
3 children. Office telephone: 962-2457.




J. Frederick Motz, U.S. Attorney, 1985
Catherine C. Blake, First Assistant U.S. Attorney

Assistant U.S. Attorneys: Larry D. Adams; Steven A. Allen; Wendy P. Arnell; Mark A. Berthiaume;

Herbert Better; Robert C. Bonsib; Larry A. Ceppos; Ty Cobb; Patrick E. Deady; John G. Douglass;

Juliet A. Eurich; Arthur F. Fergenson; Glenda G. Gordon; Robert B. Green; Lawrence L. Hooper, Jr.;

David B. Irwin; Max H. Lauten; Robert J. Mathias; Robert N. McDonald; Michael G. Middleton;

James B. Moorhead; William D. Quarles; Barbara S. Sale; James C. Savage; Michael Schatzow;

Charles P. Scheeler; Linda C. Thomson; Jack C. Tranter; Elizabeth H. Trimble; Donna H. Triptow;

James P. Ulwick; Peter D. Ward.

U.S. Courthouse, Room 820

101 W. Lombard St.

Baltimore 21201 Telephone: 539-2940

The United States Attorney and Assistant Attorneys are the federal government's principal trial
lawyers. The duties of the U.S. Attorney's Office include prosecuting all federal criminal cases and
representing the federal government in civil litigation.

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