Archives of Maryland
(Biographical Series)

Charlotte M. Cooksey
MSA SC 3520-11899

Sources:


Articles -

Penn, Ivan.  "Bill is enacted to let city fine 'slumlords'; Measure sent to governor limits maximum to $1000." The Baltimore Sun. 4 April 1997:  8A.

Penn, Ivan.  "Judge assigned full time to deal with housing issues; Experiment in Baltimore will last for sex months." The Baltimore Sun, 21 February 1997:  2B.

Henderson, Stephen.  "Phantom students facing ghostbusters; School hauls truants, parents into court."  The Baltimore Sun. 29 September 1998:  1B.

"Nine parents face trial on truancy charges; Baltimore crackdown could bring fines, jail, loss of child custody."  The Baltimore Sun, 25 January 1999:  1B.

"Parents of truants plead guilty; District judge tries resistant cases from Canton Middle School."  The Baltimore Sun, 26 January 1999:  1B.


Web sources -

Maryland Manual On-Line.  "District Court of Maryland:  Charlotte M. Cooksey."
http://msa.maryland.gov/msa/mdmanual/32dc/former/html/msa11899.html


Other sources -

National Institute of Justice, Office of Community Oriented Policing Services, and Police Executive Research Forum.  Excellence in Problem-Oriented Policing: The 1999 Herman Goldstein Award Winners. August, 2000.


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