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ROBERT M. BELL. Judge, Court of Appeals, 6th Ap-
pellate Circuit, since 1991. Judge, Court of Special Ap-
peals, 6th Appellate Circuit, 1984-91. Associate Judge,
Baltimore City Circuit Court, 8th Judicial Circuit, 1980-
84. Judge, District Court of Maryland, District 1, Balti-
more City, 1975-80. Born in Rocky Mount, North
Carolina, July 6, 1943. Dunbar High School, Baltimore
City; Morgan State College, A.B., 1966; Harvard Univer-
sity Law School, J.D., 1969. Admitted to Maryland Bar,
1969. Member, National, Maryland State, Baltimore City
and Monumental City Bar Associations.

HOWARD S. CHASANOW. Judge, Court of Appeals,
4th Appellate Circuit, since 1990. Associate Judge, Prince
George's County Circuit Court, 7th Judicial Circuit, 1977-
90. Associate Judge, District Court of Maryland, District
5, Prince George's County, 1971-77. Former member,
Court of Appeals Standing Committee on Rules of Prac-
tice and Procedure (former chair, criminal law subcommit-
tee). Born in Washington, DC, April 3, 1937. University
of Maryland, B.A., 1958; University of Maryland School
of Law, J.D., 1961; Harvard University Law School,
LL.M., 1962. Admitted to Maryland Bar, 1961. Served in
U.S. Air Force. Member, Maryland State Bar Association
(former chair, judicial administration section; criminal law
section). Former director. Prince George's County Bar
Association (former chair, professional ethics committee,
1973-78). Chairman, Criminal Law Committee of Mary-
land Judicial Conference, 1976-79. Former chairman,
Maryland Sentencing Guidelines Advisory Board. Assis-
tant and Deputy State's Attorney, Prince George's County,
1963-69. Lecturer, University of Maryland School of Law,
1973—; faculty member. National Judicial College, Reno,
Nevada, 1980—; American Academy of Judicial Educa-
tion, Washington, DC.

JOHN C. ELDRIDGE. Judge, Court of Appeals, 5th
Appellate Circuit, since 1974. Born in Baltimore, Mary-
land, November 13, 1933. Gilman School; Harvard Col-
lege, B.A., 1955; Harvard University Law School;
University of Maryland School of Law, LL.B., 1959.
Admitted to Maryland Bar, 1960. Member, Maryland
State, Anne Arundel County and District of Columbia Bar
Associations. Member, Order of the Coif. Assistant chief,
Civil Division, Appellate Section, U.S. Department of
Justice, 1967-69. Chief legislative officer, Office of the
Governor, 1969-74.

ROBERT L. KARWACKI. Judge, Court of Appeals,
1st Appellate Circuit, since 1990. Judge, Court of Special
Appeals, At Large, 1984-90. Circuit Administrative
Judge, Baltimore City Circuit Court, 8th Judicial Circuit,
1978-84 (Associate Judge, 1973-78). Born in Baltimore,
Maryland, August 2, 1933. Mt. St. Joseph's High School;
University of Maryland, A.B., 1954; University of Mary-
land School of Law, LL.B., 1956. Admitted to Maryland

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Bar, 1956. Served in U.S. Army Reserve, 1955-61. Mem-
ber, American and Maryland State Bar Associations. As-
sistant attorney general for Maryland, 1963-65. Member,
Governor's Commission to Revise the Testamentary Laws
of Maryland, 1965-69. President, Board of School Com-
missioners, Baltimore City, 1970-71. Chairman, Juvenile
Justice Commission, 1975-77. Member, Advisory Board,
Juvenile Services Administration, 1976-79; Commission
to Study the Judicial Branch of Government, 1981-82.

IRMA S. RAKER. Judge, Court of Appeals, 3rd Appel-
late Circuit, since 1993. Associate Judge, Montgomery
County Circuit Court, 6th Judicial Circuit, 1982-93. As-
sociate Judge, District Court of Maryland, District 6,
Montgomery County, 1980-82. Born in Brooklyn, New
York. Midwood High School; Syracuse University, B.A.,
1959; Hague Academy of International Law, 1959;
Washington College of Law, American University, J.D.,
1972. Admitted to Maryland Bar, 1973. Member, Ameri-
can Bar Association (state delegate, conference of state
trial judges). Member, Maryland State Bar Association
(board of governors; chair, criminal law & practice sec-
tion; chair, committee to draft pattern jury instrucdons in
criminal cases). Member, Montgomery County Bar Asso-
ciation; Maryland and District of Columbia Women's Bar
Associations. Assistant State's Attorney, Montgomery
County, 1973-79. Partner, Sachs, Greenebaum, and
Tayler, 1979-80. Member, Montgomery County Advisory
Commission on Environmental Law, 1979; Montgomery
County Commission on Battered Spouses; Advisory Com-
mission on Child Abuse and Neglect. Author, "The Right
of the Police to Break and Enter: No-Knock," American
University Law Review
(1970-71). Adjunct professor,
Washington College of Law, American University. Re-
cipient, American Judicature Book Award for Torts,
Criminal Procedure; Lura E. Turley Award, Washington
College of Law. Law Review, American University. Mem-
ber, Executive Committee, Maryland Judicial Conference,
1985-89.

LAWRENCE F. RODOWSKY. Judge, Court of Ap-
peals, 6th Appellate Circuit, since 1980. Chairperson,
Board of Directors, Judicial Institute of Maryland. Mem-
ber, Court of Appeals Standing Committee on Rules of
Practice and Procedure, 1969-80. Born in Baltimore,
Maryland, November 10,1930. St. Bernard School; Loy-
ola High School; Loyola College, A.B., 1952; University
of Maryland School of Law, LL.B., 1956. Admitted to
Maryland Bar, 1956. Member, Maryland State and Balti-
more City Bar Associations. Fellow, American College of
Trial Lawyers; Order of the Coif. Assistant attorney gen-
eral for Maryland, 1960-62. Adjunct faculty, University of
Maryland School of Law, 1957-68, 1987-91. Member,
Lawyers Round Table; Rule Day and Wranglers Law
Clubs.

 

APPOINTMENTS TO COURT OF APPEALS, 1993—1994

IRMA S. RAKER, 3rd Appellate Circuit. Appointed
Nov. 28, 1993. Sworn in Jan. 7, 1994, to replace John F.
McAuliffe, who retired Dec. 31, 1993.



 
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