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Maryland Manual, 1991-92
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MARYLAND STATE EMPLOYEES RISK
MANAGEMENT ADVISORY COUNCIL

Harry J. McGuirk, Chairperson

Charles L. Benton, Jr.; William A. Pogle, Jr.; Hilda
E. Ford; 0. James Lighthizer; Bishop L. Robinson.

Ex officio: William Donald Schaefer, Governor;
Donald W. Potter, Superintendent, Injured
Workers' Insurance Fund.

JUDICIAL COMPENSATION
COMMISSION

Bruce A. Kaufman, Chairperson, 1991

Appointed by Governor: Bernard N. Linkoff, 1989;
Robert L. Beall, 1992; John Spencer Wood, 1992;
Elizabeth S. Morrison, 1994; Benjamin Rosenberg,
1995; Charles R. Jenkins, Sr., 1996.

Staff: William S. Rarchford II

c/o Department of Fiscal Services
90 State Circle
Annapolis, MD 21401 841-3761

Created in 1980, the Judicial Compensation
Commission makes recommendations to effect judi-
cial compensation that will attract highly qualified
persons to the bench and enable judges to serve
without economic hardship (Chapter 717, Acts of
1980).
The Commission reviews judicial salaries and
pensions every two years and must submit its
recommendations at least every four years to the
Governor and General Assembly. The
Commission's salary recommendations are intro-
duced as a joint resolution in each house of the
General Assembly by the fifteenth day of the ses-
sion. While the General Assembly may not increase
recommended salaries, it may decrease them. If it
fails to adopt or amend the joint resolution within
fifty days after its introduction, the salaries recom-
mended by the Commission do apply Commission
recommendations with respect to pensions are in-
troduced in the form of legislation by the Senate
President and the House Speaker and become ef-
fective only if passed by both houses.
The Commission is comprised of seven members
appointed by the Governor for six-year terms. No
more than three members may be individuals ad-
mitted to practice law in the State. In nominating
and appointing members, special consideration is
given to persons knowledgeable in compensation
practices and financial matters. Two members are
chosen from nominees of the Senate President, two
from nominees of the House Speaker, and one from
nominees of the Maryland State Bar Association.
Two members are appointed at large. Members
serve without compensation (Code Courts and
Judicial Proceedings Article, sec. 1-708).

Independent Agencies/523

JUVENILE PROBATIONARY
SCHOOL OF BALTIMORE COUNTY

Harry J. Schafer, Jr., Director, 1994

Assistant Directors (appointed by Governor with Senate
advice &consent): George E. Burton, Sr.; Joseph B.
Jason; Richard J. Knauer; Vincent P. Rosso, Sr.;
John C. Tun-all. Terms expire 1994.

3703 Lanamer Road
Randallstown, MD 21133 922-7029

The Juvenile Probationary School of Baltimore
County was created in 1966 (Chapter 719, Acts of
1966). It was established for minors (under twen-
ty-one years of age) who are placed on probation
before judgment in connection with any charge for
violation of State motor vehicle law or State or local
criminal law over which the District Courts have
jurisdiction. Minors are referred to the School by
the District Court or other judicial officers of Bal-
timore County
The School provides courses in driver safety;
civic responsibility; the United Stares and its
heritage; and present and future ramifications of
violating State laws for the individual and the com-
munity All probationers must attend classes, which
are held in the District Court rooms.
The School is funded entirely by Baltimore
County government. The Director and five Assis-
tant Directors are appointed to four-year terms by
the Governor with Senate advice and consent
(Code 1957, Art. 27, sec. 646).

THE MARYLAND LEGAL SERVICES
CORPORATION

BOARD OF DIRECTORS

Benjamin L. Cardin, Chairperson, 1989

Appointed by Governor with Senate advice vSr consent:
Timmerman Tepel Daugherry, 1991; Christopher
J. Fritz, 1991; Michaele Cohen, 1992; Everett
Lallis, Jr., 1992; Javier Mijares, 1993; Russell
Smouse, 1993; Joseph F. Snee, Jr., 1993; one
vacancy.

Robert J. Rhudy, 'Executive Director

Charles Towers
15 Charles Plaza, Suite 102
Baltimore, MD 21201 576-9494
toll free: 1-800-492-1340

MANDATED REPORTS

Annual Report to Governor & General Assembly to
be published.

The Maryland Legal Services Corporation was
established in 1982 (Chapter 829, Acts of 1982).
The Corporation receives and distributes funds for

 



 
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