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1959. Admitted to Maryland Bar, 1959. Member, Balti-
more County Bar Association. Maryland House of Dele-
gates, 1967-70. Peoples counsel. Public Service Commis-
sion, 1970-71. Judge, District 8, District Court of
Maryland, 1971-81. Three children.

MABEL HOUZE HUBBARD. 8th Judicial Circuit,
1985- Mt. Clemens High School, Mt. Clemens, Michi-
gan; University of Michigan, B.A., 1958; University of
Pittsburgh, 1962; University of Pennsylvania, 1969; Uni-
versity of Maryland School of Law, J.D., 1975; Univer-
sity of Nevada, National College of Juvenile Justice,
1979; National Judicial College, 1982. Admitted to
Maryland Bar, 1977. Member, Maryland State, Balti-
more City and Monumental City Bar Associations. For-
mer English teacher and vice-principal; research assis-
tant for Hon. Robert Sweeney, Chief Judge of the
District Court of Maryland, 1974; law clerk to Benjamin
L. Brown, City Solicitor of Baltimore City, 1976-77; as-
sistant city solicitor, Baltimore, 1977-78. Master in
Chancery for the Supreme Bench of Baltimore City,
1978-81. Judge, District Court, District 1, 1981-85.
Married; 2 children.

LEONARD S. JACOBSON. 3rd Judicial Circuit,
1983-. Born in Baltimore, April 12, 1927. Baltimore
City College High School; University of Baltimore,
LL.B., 1957. Admitted to Maryland Bar, 1957. Member,
Maryland State and Baltimore County Bar Associations.
Member, House of Delegates, 1967-71. Baltimore Coun-
ty Attorney, 1979-83. Married; 3 children.

DONALD F. JOHNSON. 1st Judicial Circuit, 1984-,
Born in Cambridge, December 6, 1942. Salisbury State
College, B.S., 1964; University of Baltimore School of
Law, J.D., 1969. Admitted to Maryland Bar, 1969.
Member, American, Maryland State and Dorchester
County Bar Associations. Member, Board of Governors,
Maryland State Bar Association, 1976-77; past presi-
dent, Dorchester County Bar Association. Assistant
State's Attorney, Anne Arundel County, 1969-71,
Dorchester County, 1971-74. Member, Board of Direc-
tors, Dorchester General Hospital, 1976-79; past presi-
dent, Rotary Club. Recipient, Distinguished Service
Award, Cambridge Jaycees. Married; 2 children.

G. R. HOVEY JOHNSON. 7th Judicial Circuit, 1982-.
Born in Richmond, Va., November 13, 1930. Attended
Richmond public schools; Prairie View A & M College,
B.S., 1951; George Washington University, M.S., 1974;
Georgetown University, J.D., 1977. Admitted to Mary-
land Bar, 1978. Served in U.S. Army, 1951-74, retiring
as colonel. Recipient of Legion of Merit (2), Distin-
guished Flying Cross, Bronze Star (3), Meritorious Ser-
vice Medal (2), Air Medal (6), Joint Services Commen-
dation Medal (2); Army Commendation Medal.
Member, American and Maryland State Bar Associa-
tions; director. Prince George's County Bar Association.
Member, NAACP. Married; 3 children.

KENNETH LAVON JOHNSON. 8th Judicial Circuit,
1982-. Born in Columbia, Mississippi, July 26, 1937.
Globe Academy; Southern University, B.A., 1959; How-
ard University, J.D., 1962. Admitted to Maryland Bar,
1970. Served in U.S. Army Judge Advocate General's

Corps, 1962-66. Member, American, Maryland State,
Washington, D.C., Louisiana, and Monumental City
Bar Associations. Member of editorial staff and notes
editor, Howard Law Journal, 1961-62. Recipient of
Maryland Seventh Congressional District Award for
Community Service; Public Spirit Award for Outstand-
ing Leadership; J.S. dark Memorial Award for high ac-
ademic achievement. Married; 2 children.

RAYMOND J. KANE, JR. 5th Judicial Circuit, 1982-.
Born in Baltimore, June 9, 1938. Calvert Hall High
School; Loyola College; University of Maryland School
of Law, LL.B., 1963. Admitted to Maryland Bar, 1964.
Served in U.S. Army Reserve. Member, Maryland State
and Howard County Bar Associations. President, How-
ard County Bar Association, 1976-77. Assistant state's
attorney, Howard County, 1966; counsel to Howard
County Welfare Board, 1967; counsel to Howard Coun-
ty Park Board. Former president, Ellicott City Junior
Chamber of Commerce. Co-editor, Howard County
1970 and 1972 editions. Judge, District 10, Dis-
trict Court of Maryland, 1977-82. Married; 2 children.

JOSEPH H. H. KAPLAN. 8th Judicial Circuit, 1977-;
Administrative Judge, 1984-. Born in Brooklyn, New
York, January 2, 1937. The Johns Hopkins University,
A.B., 1957; University of Chicago Law School, J.D.,
1960. Admitted to Maryland Bar, 1961. Served in U.S.
Army, U.S. Army National Guard, U.S. Air Force Re-
serve, and U.S. Navy Reserve. Member, American,
Maryland State and Baltimore City Bar Associations.
Member, Court of Appeals Standing Committee on
Rules of Practice and Procedure; Executive Committee,
Maryland Judicial Conference and Board of the Mary-
land Sentencing Guidelines Project. Assistant U.S. At-
torney for District of Maryland, 1963-65; served as ex-
ecutive secretary. Mayor's Advisory Commission on
Crime; member, Maryland Commission on Human Re-
lations, 1969-71; president, Civil Service Commission of
Baltimore City, 1972-77; member, Baltimore City Ex-
penditure Control Committee and Board of Ethics,
1972-77; chairman, Baltimore City Executive Pay Plan
Committee, 1975-77; president, Library Company of the
Baltimore Bar, 1979-83. Chairman, Alcoholism Services
Advisory Committee of the Alcohol and Drug Abuse
Program, University of Maryland School of Medicine.
Member, Serjeants' Inn Law Club; Barristers' Law
Club; Lawyers Round Table Law Club. President, Quar-
ter Way House, Inc., 1977-79; trustee, Woodbourne
Center, 1967-82; honorary member, Board of Directors
of Asthma & Allergy Foundation of America, Maryland
Chapter. Former officer, Big Brothers and Big Sisters of
Central Maryland, Inc.; Dismas House. Married; 3 chil-

RICHARD B. LATHAM, SR. 6th Judicial Circuit,
1975-. Bom in Patchogue, New York, June 12, 1926.
Bethesda-Chevy Chase High School; University of
Maryland; University of Maryland Law School, J.D.,
1952. Admitted to Maryland Bar, 1952. Served in U.S.
Army. Member, Maryland State and Montgomery
County Bar Associations; American Judges Association;
American Judicature Society; Maryland Bar Foundation
(board of directors, 1980-86; vice-president, 1983-85;


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