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Associations; Citizens' Commission on Maryland Gov-
ernment. Member, Advisory Board, Baltimore Neigh-
borhoods, Inc.; board member, Baltimore Choral Socie-
ty. Former vice-president, Loyola College Alumni
Association. Member, Maryland Senate 1971-82. For-
mer chairman, Legislative Council Special Committee
on Real Estate Practices. Former member, Maryland
Port Advisory Committee. Chairman, Higher Education
Evaluation Committee, 1979-80. Chairman and co-
chairman, Maryland Commission on Intergovernmental
Cooperation, 1975-82; vice-chairman, Senate Finance
Committee, 1975-82. Adjunct Professor, Morgan State
University, College of Notre Dame of Maryland, Loyola
College of Maryland. Secretary and board member, The
Baltimore Courthouse and Law Museum Foundation,
Inc. Married; 3 children.

BRODNAX CAMERON, JR. 3rd Judicial Circuit,
1976-. Bom in Charlottesville, Virginia, November 15,
1921. Oilman School; Bel Air High School; Princeton
University, A.B., 1943; University of Maryland School
of Law, LL.B., 1959. Admitted to Maryland Bar, 1959.
Served in U.S. Army, European Theatre of Operations,
1943-46. Member, American, Maryland State and
Harford County Bar Associations; American Judicature
Society. Counsel, Town of Bel Air, 1967-76; attorney to
Harford County Charier Board, 1971; Harford County
Library Board of Trustees, 1961-73; Character Commit-
tee, Third Judicial Circuit, 1968-76; chairman, Open
Spaces Committee, Harford County Master Plan. Mem-
ber, Bel Air Rotary Club. Married; 1 child.

HILARY D. CAPLAN. 8th Judicial Circuit, 1984-.
Born in Baltimore, July 7, 1935. Forest Park High
School; Johns Hopkins University; University of Mary-
land School of Law, J.D., 1961. Admitted to Maryland
Bar, 1962. Served in U.S. Army. Member, American,
Maryland State and Baltimore City Bar Associations.
Judge, District Court of Baltimore City, 1976-84. Chair-
man, Judicial Education Committee of the District
Court of Maryland, 1982-84; Judicial Institute of Mary-
land, 1982-84. Assistant state's attorney, Baltimore
City, 1967-72. Past member, Parents Board of Direc-
tors, Oilman School, 1976-78. Married; 3 children.

WILLIAM 0. CARR. 3rd Judicial Circuit, 1984-. Born
in Havre de Grace, October 27, 1948. Towson State
University, B.S., 1970; University of Maryland School of
Law, 1973. Admitted to Maryland Bar, 1973. Member,
American Bar Association; Maryland State Bar Associa-
tion (board of governors, 1980-81); Harford County Bar
Association (secretary, 1974-75). Member, American
Judicature Society; Bar of the U.S. District Court for
Maryland; Bar of the Fourth Federal Judicial Circuit;
Bar of the Supreme Court of the U.S. Counsel, Harford
County Board of Education, 1979-84; Counsel, Board of
Trustees, Harford Community College, 1979-84.
Master-Examiner in Chancery, 1979-84; Commissioner,
Town of Bel Air, 1977-84 (chairman/mayor, 1981-82).
Member, Commission to Revise the Annotated Code of
Maryland, 1980-86; Board of Visitors, Maryland School
for the Deaf, 1981-; Harford County Criminal Justice
Coordinating Committee, 1985-. Member, Bel Air Rota-
ry Club; Harford County Historical Society (board of di-
rectors, 1984-); Maryland Historical Society; Sons of the

American Revolution; Susquehannock Environmental
Center (board of directors, 1982-); St. Matthew Luther-
an Church; National Conference of Christians and Jews;
University of Maryland School of Law Alumni Associa-
tion (life member). Married; 2 children.

CLAYTON CANN CARTER. 2nd Judicial Circuit,
1978-. Bom in Centreville, October 15, 1918. Attended
Centreville public schools; Duke University, A.B., 1939;
University of Maryland School of Law, J.D., 1946. Ad-
mitted to Maryland Bar, 1946. Served in U.S. Army Sig-
nal Corps. Member, American and Maryland State Bar
Associations; fellow, American College of Trial Lawyers
and the American College of Probate Counsel; Ameri-
can Judicature Society; fellow, Maryland Bar Founda-
tion; vice-president, Maryland State Bar Association,
1960-61. State's attorney, Queen Anne's County,
1951-54; county commissioner, Queen Anne's County,
1954-58; attorney to Board of Appeals, Queen Anne's
County, 1961-71; chairman, Governor's Commission on
City-County Fiscal Relations, 1959-63. Judge, District
Court, District 2, 1971-78. Married; 3 children.

JOSEPH S. CASULA. 7th Judicial Circuit, 1985-.
Bom in Shenandoah, Pennsylvania, December 15, 1933.
J. W. Cooper High School; Mount St. Mary's College,
B.S., 1955; Catholic University Law School, LL.B.,
1959. Admitted to Maryland Bar, 1962. Served in U.S.
Army, 1959-61. Member, American, Maryland State
and Prince George's County Bar Associations; Phi Al-
pha Delta Law Fraternity; National Association of
Criminal Defense Lawyers. Associate Editor, Catholic
University Law Review;
law clerk for the Honorable
Charles C. Marbury, Maryland Court of Appeals,
1961-62. Prince George's County legislative officer,
1967-68; Prince George's County attorney, 1973-75; at-
torney for Prince George's County Housing Authority,
1975-80. Attorney for Maryland Municipal League,
1969-70. Attorney for City ofBowie, 1969-72; attorney
for Town of Landover Hills, 1969-73; attorney for
Town of Capitol Heights, 1969-73; attorney for town of
Morningside, 1978-80. Judge, District Court, Prince
George's County, 1980-85. Unmarried.

DALE R. CATHELL. 1st Judicial Circuit, 1981-. Born
in Berlin, July 30, 1937. Buckingham Elementary
School; Stephen Decatur High School; University of
Maryland, 1962-64; University of Baltimore, LL.B.,
1967. Admitted to Maryland Bar, 1967. Served in U.S.
Air Force, 1955-59. Member, Maryland State and
Worcester County Bar Associations. City Attorney for
Ocean City; member, Worcester County Shoreline Com-
mission; Charter Revision Committee; organizer. Legal
Intern Program. Judge, District 2, District Court of
Maryland, 1980-81. Married; 3 children.

WILLIAM MacKENZIE CAVE. 6th 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; J.D., 1969.
Served in U.S. Army. Member, Maryland State Bar As-
sociation. Admitted to Maryland Bar, 1961. Assistant
state's attorney, Montgomery County, 1967-71; deputy


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