1988). Member, Baltimore County Bar Association;
Maryland State's Attorneys' Association; Maryland
Criminal Defense Attorneys Association (president,
1984). Assistant State's Attorney, Baltimore City, 1970-
75; Deputy State's Attorney, Baltimore City, 1975-76.
Instructor, University of Baltimore Law School, 1974;
University of Maryland Law School, 1979. Recipient,
U.S. Law Week Award, 1969; Outstanding Part-Time
Instructor Award, University of Baltimore, 1976, 1977;
Robert C. Hcency Memorial Award, 1990. Fellow,
Maryland Bar Foundation, Inc., 1984. Officer and trustee,
Maryland Institute for the Continuing Professional Educa-
tion of Lawyers (MICPEL), 1984. Member, Board of
Directors, Maryland Judicial Institute, 1985. Author,
"Oral Morions in Limine," Litigation (Vol. 14, no. 3)
Spring 1988; Marylarut EviiUnit Hmulbook, 1989 (1990
ROBERT C. NALLEY. Associate Judge, Charles Coun-
ty Circuit Coun, 7th Judicial Circuit, 1980,and since 1988.
Born in Washington, DC, September 18,1943. Attended
parochial schools in Charles and St. Mary's Counties;
Gonzaga High School; Spring Hill College, Mobile,
Alabama, B.S., 1965; Georgetown University School of
Law, J.D., 1969. Admitted to Maryland Bar, 1969; Dis-
trict of Columbia Bar, 1970. Served in U.S. Army, 1969-
71. Member, American, Maryland State and Charles
County Bar Associations. Assistant/Deputy State's Attor-
ney, Charles County, 1971-75. State's Attorney, Charles
County, 1975-80. Judge, District 4, District Court of
Maryland, 1981-88 (Administrative Judge, 1983-88).
THOMAS E. NOEL. Associate Judge, Baltimore City
Circuit Court, 8th Judicial Circuit, since 1983. Born in
Baltimore, Maryland, August 17, 1948. Baltimore
Polytechnic Institute; Morgan State College, B.S., 1971;
University of Maryland School of Law, J.D., 1975. Ad-
mitted to Maryland Bar, 1975. Member, Maryland State,
Monumental City and Baltimore City Bar Associations.
Recipient, Distinguished Alumnus Award, Black Law Stu-
dents Association, University of Maryland School of Law.
Attorney, Office of the Public Defender, 1975-81. Assis-
tant attorney general, 1981-83.
DARLENE G. PERRY. Associate Judge, Prince
George's County Circuit Court, 7th Judicial Circuit, since
1985. Born in Virginia, 1939. Eastern College of Com-
merce; University of Baltimore School of Law, J.D., 1972.
Admitted to Maryland Bar, 1972. Member, Maryland
State Bar Association (board of governors, 1983-84);
Prince George's County Bar Association (executive
secretary, 1966-71; board of directors, 1972-86);
Women's Bar Association; J. Franklyn Bourne Bar Associa-
tion. Master of the Bench, Prince George's Inn of American
Inns of Court. Founder, Law Foundation of Prince
George's County, 1983. Associate Public Defender, Prince
George's County, 1972-85 (chief, felony trial section,
1978-85). Member, inquiry panel of Attorney Grievance
Commission, 1973-82. Partner, Camus & Perry, 1978-85.
JOSEPH I. PINES. Associate Judge, Baltimore City
Circuit Court, 8th Judicial Circuit, since 1980. Born in
New York, New York, February 16,1922. University of
Baltimore School of Law, LL.B., 1942, LL.M., 1948; The
Johns Hopkins University, M.L.A., 1975. Admitted to
Maryland Bar, 1943. Member, American, Maryland State
and Baltimore City Bar Associations. Member, American
Trial Lawyers Association. Chairman, State Advisory
Council on Mental Hygiene. Member, Governor's Corn-
mission on Health Care Policy and Financing (chair, sub-
committee on long-term health care). Member, Executive
Committee, Maryland Judicial Conference.
STEVEN I. PLATT. Associate Judge, Prince George's
County Circuit Court, 7th Judicial Circuit, since 1990.
Born in Woodstock, Virginia, January 1,1947. Massanuttcn
Military Academy; University of Virginia, BA., 1969;
American University Law School, J.D., 1974; National
Judicial College and National Center for State Courts (court
administration), 1988. Admitted to Maryland Bar, 1975.
MarylandNational Guard, 1969-75. Member, American and
Maryland State Bar Associations. President, Prince George's
County Bar Association. Master of the Bench, Prince
George's County Inns of Coun. Member, Delta Thcta Phi
Legal Fraternity. Member, Prince George's County Human
Relations Commission, 1976-77 (chairman, 1977-78).
Judge, Orphans' Court, Prince George's County, 1978-86
(chief judge, 1985-86). Chairman, Prince George's County
Council Labor Law Revision Task Force, 1981. Member,
Adoption Advisory Committee, Prince George's County
Department of Social Services. Member, Regional Board of
Directors, Prince George's County United Way. Instructor,
Paralegal Institute, University of Maryland, 1982; faculty,
Prince George's Community College. Chairman, Board of
Trustees, Hcnson Valley Montessori School, 1985-87.
Judge, District 5, District Court of Maryland, 1986-90;
Administrative Judge, cross-designated to Circuit Court, 7th
JOHN N. PREVAS. Associate Judge, Baltimore City
Circuit Court, 8th Judicial Circuit, since 1986. Born in
Baltimore, Maryland, September 16,1947. Baltimore City
College; Syracuse University, B.A., 1968; University of
Maryland School of Law, J.D., 1971. Admitted to
Maryland Bar, 1972. Member, Maryland State Bar As-
sociation (criminal law section council; judicial administra-
tion section, judicial evaluations project). Member,
Baltimore City Bar Association. Assistant State's Attorney,
1972-86. Former chief. Narcotics Division, Baltimore City
State's Attorney's Office. Executive Assistant to U.S.
Senator Paul Sarbancs, 1975-86. Member, National Dis-
trict Attorneys Association; Maryland State's Attorneys'
Association. Member, TKE Fraternity.
J. FREDERICK PRICE. Associate Judge, Kent County
Circuit Coun, 2nd Judicial Circuit, since 1990. Born in
Chestenown, Maryland, June 2,1948. Chcstcrtown High
School; University of Delaware; Washington College,
B.A., 1972; University of Baltimore Law School, J.D.,
1980. Admitted to Maryland Bar, 1980. Member,
American, Maryland State, Second Judicial Circuit Kent
County (past president) Bar Associations. Member, Na-
tional District Attorneys'Association, 1983-90; Maryland
State's Attorneys' Association (past treasurer and
secretary), 1983-90. State's Attorney for Kent County,
1983-90. Former Trust Clerk for Kent County and counsel
to Kent County Planning Commission. Past President,
Chcstcrtown Lions Club.
IRMA S. RAKER. Associate Judge, Montgomery Coun-
ty Circuit Court, 6th Judicial Circuit, since 1982. Born in
Brooklyn, New York. Attended Midwood High School;
Syracuse University, B.A., 1959; Washington College of
Law, American University, J.D., 1972. Hague Academy
of International Law, 1959. Admitted to Maryland Bar,
1973. Member, American, Maryland State and Montgomery
County Bar Associations; Maryland and District of Columbia
Women's Bar Associations. State delegate. Conference of