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Baltimore City Circuit Court, 8th Judicial Circuit, since
1989. Born in New York, New York, May 24,1949. Mt.
Vernon High School, Mt. Vcrnon, N.Y.; Gouchcr Col-
lege, B.A., 1971; Hofsn-a University Law School, 1971-
72; Georgetown University Law Center, J.D., 1974.
Editor, The American Criminal Law Review, 1973-74 (as-
sociate editor, 1972-73); contributing author, Rts Ipsa
Loquitur: The Georgetown 'Review of Law ami Public Interest
(1974). Admitted to Maryland Bar, 1974. Member,
Maryland and Baltimore City Bar Associations; Federal
Bar Association, Maryland Chapter (executive board,
1987-91). Law Clerk to U.S. District Judge James R.
Miller, Jr., 1974-75. Partner, Frank, Bernstein, Conaway
&Goldman, 1985-89 (associate, 1974-79, 1983-85). As-
sistant U.S. Attorney, District of Maryland, 1979-83. As-
sistant Attorney General, State of Maryland, Civil
Division, 1979; Member, U.S. Magistrate Merit Selection
Panel, District of Maryland; Committee to Revise the
Local Rules of the United States District Court, District of
Maryland, 1989; Special Committee on Fee Abuse of the
Baltimore City Bar Association, 1988-89. Member,
Wranglers Law Club. Member, Baltimore Jewish Council,
Executive Committee, 1987— (chairman. Holocaust
Remembrance Committee, 1988—). Lecturer on health
law and trial practice at continuing legal education
programs. Member, Bcth El Congregation.

WILLIAM S. HORNE. Associate Judge, Talbot County
Circuit Court, 2nd Judicial Circuit, since 1989. Born in
Easton, Maryland, June 23,1936. Attended Easton public
schools; The Bolles School, Jacksonville, Florida; Univer-
sity of Maryland; Virginia Polytechnic Institute, B.S.,
1964; Tulane University School of Law, LL.B., 1965.
Admitted to Maryland Bar, 1966. Served in U.S. Army,
1956-58. Assistant State's Attorney, Talbot County, 1968-
71. State's Attorney, Talbot County, 1971-73. Member,
American, Maryland State and Talbot County Bar Associa-
tions. Member, Law and Justice Committee, National
Conference of State Legislatures. Member, Court of Ap-
peals Standing Committee on Rules of Practice and Pro-
cedure. Member, Atlantic States Marine Fisheries
Commission. Member, House of Delegates, 1973-89;
chairman. Eastern Shore Delegation, 1983-87; chairman,
Judiciary Committee, 1987-89; member. Legislative
Policy Committee; Rules Committee; chairman. Joint
Oversight Committee on Juvenile Services Initiatives; co-
chairman, Task Force on Drunk and Drugged Driving.
Member, Judicial Ethics Committee, 1990—. Member,
Executive Committee, Maryland Judicial Conference,

BARBARA KERR HOWE. Associate Judge, Baltimore
County Circuit Court, 3rd Judicial Circuit, since 1988.
Born in Baltimore, Maryland, December 25, 1938. Ran-
dolph-Macon Women's College, A.B., 1959; University of
Maryland School of Law, J.D., 1969. Admitted to
Maryland Bar, 1969. Member, Maryland State and Bal-
timore County Bar Associations. Zoning hearing ex-
aminer, Harford County, 1974-85. President, University
of Maryland School of Law Alumni Association, 1984-85.
Judge, District 8, District Court of Maryland, 1985-88.

MABEL HOUZE HUBBARD. Associate Judge, Bal
timorc City Circuit Court, 8th Judicial Circuit, since 1985.
Mt. Clemens High School, Mt. Clemcns, Michigan;
University of Michigan, B.A., 1958; University of Pitts-
burgh, 1962; University of Pennsylvania, 1969; University
of Maryland School of Law, J.D., 1975; University of

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Nevada, National College of Juvenile Justice, 1979; Na-
tional Judicial College, 1982. Admitted to Maryland Bar,
1977. Member, Maryland State, Baltimore City and
Monumental City Bar Associations. Former English
teacher and vice-principal. Research assistant for Hon.
Robert F. Swecncy, Chief Judge of the District Court of
Maryland, 1974; law clerk to Benjamin L. Brown, City
Solicitor of Baltimore City, 1976-77. Assistant City
Solicitor, Baltimore City, 1977-78. Master in Chancery,
Supreme Bench of Baltimore City, 1978-81. Judge, Dis-
trict 1, District Court of Maryland, 1981-85.

JERRY H. HYATT. Associate Judge, Montgomery
County Circuit Court, 6th Judicial Circuit, since 1990. Born
in Damascus, Maryland, September 29, 1940. Attended
Damascus public schools; Washington and Lee University,
B.A. 1962; University of Maryland School of Law, J.D.,
1965. Admitted to Maryland Bar, 1965. Member,
American, Maryland State and Montgomery County Bar
Associations. Served as a Captain, U.S. Army, 1965-68.
Assistant State's Attorney, Baltimore City, 1970-71. Mem-
ber, Property Tax Assessment Appeals Board, Montgomery
County, 1973-74. Member, House of Delegates, 1975-86
(vice-chairman, Montgomery County delegation, 1981-84;
member, judiciary committee; chairman, joint committee
on the state prosccutorial function). Member, Task Force
on Crime; Joint Personal Policy Committee; Joint Commit-
tee on Juvenile Justice; Joint Committee on Mental Health
Laws. Member, Governor's Task Force on Adoption,
1979; Governor's Task Force on the Drinking Driver,
1980—; Governor's Task Force to Review the Defense
of Insanity, 1982—; Task Force to Study Adoption Pro-
cedures, 1985—. Judge, District 6, District Court of
Maryland, 1986-90.

LEONARD S. JACOBSON. Associate Judge, Bal-
timore County Circuit Court, 3rd Judicial Circuit, since
1983. Born in Baltimore, Maryland, April 12,1927. Bal-
timore City College High School; University of Baltimore
School of Law, LL.B., 1957. Admitted to Maryland Bar,
1957. Member, Maryland State and Baltimore County Bar
Associations. Member, House of Delegates, 1967-71. Bal-
timore County Attorney, 1979-83.

DONALD P. JOHNSON. Associate Judge, Dorchester
County Circuit Court, 1st Judicial Circuit, since 1984.
Born in Cambridge, Maryland, December 6,1942. Salis-
bury State College, B.S., 1964; University of Baltimore
School of Law, J.D., 1969; Northwestern University,
Prosecutors' course, 1970. Admitted to Maryland Bar,
1969. Member, American Bar Association; Maryland State
Bar Association (board of governors, 1976-77); Dor-
chester County Bar Association (past president). Assistant
State's Attorney, Anne Arundcl County, 1969-71, and
Dorchester County, 1971-74. Past panel chairperson,
Health Claims Arbitration Board. Past member. Inquiry
Committee of Attorney Grievance Commission. Executive
Committee, Maryland Judicial Conference, 1987-90.
Member, Board of Directors, Dorchester General Hospi-
tal, 1976-79; past president. Rotary Club. Recipient, Dis-
tinguished Service Award, Cambridge Jaycccs.

G. R. HOVEY JOHNSON. Associate Judge, Prince
George's County Circuit Court, 7th Judicial Circuit, since
1982. Born in Richmond, Virginia, November 13, 1930.
Attended Richmond public schools; Prairie View A & M
College, Prairie View, Texas, B.S., 1951. Served in U.S.
Army, 1951-74, retiring as colonel. Recipient ofLegion of
Merit (2), Distinguished Flying Cross, Bronze Star (3),


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