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61o /Court of Special Appeals

mittee, Maryland Judicial Conference, 1989—. Board of
Directors, Academy of St. James Episcopal Church.

ROBERT F. FISCHER. Judge, Court of Special Ap-
peals, At Large, since 1988. Associate Judge, Howard
County Circuit Court, 5th Judicial Circuit, 1977-88. Associ-
ate Judge, District Court of Maryland, District 10,1973-77.
Born in Baltimore County, Maryland, February 29, 1932.
Southern High School, Baltimore; University of Maryland,
B.A., 1954; University of Baltimore School of Law, LL.B.,
1961. Admitted to Maryland Bar, 1961. Served in U.S. Air
Force and Maryland Air National Guard. Member, Mary-
land State and Howard County Bar Associations. County
Solicitor, Howard County, 1972-73.

JOHN J. GARRITY. Judge, 4th Appellate Circuit,
Court of Special Appeals, since 1982. Born in New Haven,
Connecticut, December 3, 1933. St. Joseph's Orphanage,
Burlington, Vermont; St. Michael's parochial schools,
Brattleboro, Vermont; Montgomery Junior College; Uni-
versity of North Carolina; American University, B.A.,
1961; American University School of Law, J.D., 1963.
Admitted to Maryland Bar, 1964. Served in U.S. Navy,
1955-59. Member, American, Maryland State and Prince
George's County Bar Associations; Association of Trial
Lawyers of America; Delta Theta Phi law fraternity. As-
sistant State's Attorney, Prince George's County, 1967-69.
Assistant Attorney General of Maryland, 1969-71. Mem-
ber, Prince George's County Council, 1971-74 (chairman,
1973). Member, House of Delegates, 1975-78 (vice-chair-
man, Prince George's County delegation, 1975-78). Mem-
ber, State Senate, 1978-82. Outstanding Legislator of the
Year, Maryland State's Attorneys' Association, 1981; Leg-
islator of the Year, Maryland Association of Counties,
1975 and 1979. Founder, Breakfast of Champions, Prince
George's County; member. Ancient Order of Hibernians,
Emerald Isle Division; charter member, Friendly Sons of
St. Patrick. Author, Appellate Writing, Practice and Pro-
cedure (Montgomery-Prince George's County Continuing
Education Program); "A History of the Irish in Mary-
land," National Hibernian Digest (June 1981).

GLENN T. HARRELL, JR. Judge, At Large, Court of
Special Appeals, since 1991. Born in Ashland, Kentucky,
June 27, 1945. University of Maryland, B.A., 1967; Uni-
versity of Maryland School of Law, J.D., 1970. Admitted
to Maryland Bar, 1970. Member, American, Maryland
State and Prince George's County Bar Associations. Asso-
ciate County Attorney, Prince George's County, 1971-73.
Hearing Examiner, State Board of Education, 1977-84.
Member, Maryland Bar Foundation; Law Foundation of
Prince George's County Bar Association.

DIANA GRIBBON MOTZ. Judge, 6th Appellate Cir-
cuit, Court of Special Appeals, since 1991. Born in Wash-
ington, DC. Stone Ridge High School, Bethesda,
Maryland; Vassar College, B.A., 1965; University of Vir-
ginia School of Law, LL.D., 1968. Admitted to Maryland
Bar, 1969. Member, American and Maryland State Bar
Associations. Chief of Litigation, Office of Attorney Gen-
eral, 1982-86. Member, Federal Courts Study Committee,

Maryland Manual 1994-1995

1989-90. Member, American Law Institute; American Bar
Foundation; Maryland Bar Foundation.

CHARLES E. MOYLAN, JR. Judge, At Large, Court
of Special Appeals, since 1970. Born in Baltimore, Maryland,
December 14, 1930. Baltimore City College; The Johns
Hopkins University, B.A., 1952; University of Maryland
School of Law, J.D., 1955. Admitted to Maryland Bar,
1958. Served as a special agent in Counter Intelligence
Corps. Member, American, Maryland State and Baltimore
City Bar Associations; The Selden Society. Assistant State's
Attorney, Baltimore City, 1959-62; Deputy State's Attor-
ney, Baltimore City, 1963; State's Attorney, Baltimore City,
1964-70. Lecturer on constitutional/criminal law for Ameri-
can Academy of Judicial Education, National Judicial Col-
lege, National College of District Attorneys, and other
organizations. Distinguished Service Award, National Dis-
trict Attorneys Association, 1968.

JOSEPH F. MURPHY, JR. Judge, At Large, Court of
Special Appeals, since 1993. Associate Judge, Baltimore
County Circuit Court, 3rd Judicial Circuit, 1984-93. Born
in Fitchburg, Massachusetts, January 9, 1944. Boston
College, 1965; University of Maryland School of Law,
J.D., 1969. Admitted to Maryland Bar, 1969. Member,
Maryland State Bar Association (chair, criminal law sec-
tion council, 1987-88; member, criminal pattern jury in-
structions committee, 1980—; committee on laws,
1988—). Member, Baltimore County Bar Association;
Maryland State's Attorneys' Association; Maryland Crimi-
nal Defense Attorneys Association (president, 1984). As-
sistant State's Attorney, Baltimore City, 1970-75; Deputy
State's Attorney, Baltimore City, 1975-76. Instructor,
University of Baltimore School of Law, 1974—; Univer-
sity of Maryland School of Law, 1979—. Recipient, U.S.
Law Week
Award, 1969; Outstanding Part-Time Instructor
Award, University of Baltimore, 1976, 1977; Robert C.
Heeney Memorial Award, 1990. Fellow, Maryland Bar Foun-
dation, Inc., 1984. Officer and trustee, Maryland Institute for
the Continuing Professional Education of Lawyers
(MICPEL), 1984—. Board of Directors, Maryland Judicial
Institute, 1985—. President, J. Dudley Digges Inn of Court,
1989-90. Author, "Oral Morions in Limine," Litigation (vol.
14, no. 3) Spring 1988; Maryland Evidence Handbook, 1989
(cumulative supplements, 1990,1991,1992).

WILLIAM W. WENNER. Judge, 3rd Appellate Cir-
cuit, Court of Special Appeals, since 1985. Associate
Judge, Frederick County Circuit Court, 6th Judicial Cir-
cuit, 1980-85. Judge, District Court of Maryland, District
11, 1978-80. Born in Brunswick, Maryland, September
24, 1930. Brunswick High School and St. James School;
Kenyon College, A.B., 1952; University of Maryland
School of Law, LL.B., 1958. Admitted to Maryland Bar,
1958. Served in U.S. Army. Member, Maryland State and
Frederick County Bar Associations; American Judicature
Society. Fellow, Maryland Bar Foundation. Deputy State's
Attorney, Frederick County, 1960-64. Member, Judicial
Ethics Committee, 1988— (chairman, 1990—).

 

APPOINTMENTS TO COURT OF SPECIAL APPEALS, 1993

JOSEPH F. MURPHY, JR. At Large. Appointed June
28, 1993. Sworn in July 22, 1993, to replace Rosalyn B.
Bell, who retired April 22, 1993.



 
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