Chief Judge, Court of Appeals, 2nd Appellate Judicial Circuit, 1972 to October 9, 1996. Retired October 9, 1996.
Chair, Maryland Judicial Conference, 1972-96. Chair, Hall of Records Commission, 1972-96; Library Committee, Maryland State Library, 1972-78; Library Committee, State Law Library, 1978-96. Member, Governor's Commission on Law Enforcement and the Administration of Justice, 1972-82; Task Force on Crime, 1976; Maryland Heritage Committee, 1982-85; Maryland Criminal Justice Coordinating Council, 1982-87.
Chief Judge, Court of Special Appeals, 2nd Special Appellate Circuit, 1967-72. Member, Board of Trustees of the State Colleges, 1970-71. Chair, Commission on Judicial Disabilities, 1971-72.
Attorney General of Maryland, 1966 (special assistant attorney general for university of maryland, 1955-59; assistant attorney general, 1959-62; deputy attorney general, 1963-66).
Born in Baltimore, Maryland, October 9, 1926. Attended Baltimore City public schools; Forest Park High School, Baltimore, Maryland. Served in U.S. Navy, 1944-46. University of Maryland; University of Maryland School of Law, J.D., 1951. Law clerk to Judge William P. Cole, Jr., U.S. Court of Customs and Patent Appeals, Washington, DC, 1951-52. Admitted to Maryland Bar, 1952. Member, Maryland State Bar Association. Past Chair and member, Board of Trustees, University of Maryland Alumni Association-International. Honorary Doctor of Laws, University of Maryland, University of Baltimore, and Washington College. Distinguished Alumnus Award, University of Maryland, 1974. Grand Marshal, St. Patrick's Day Parade of the Ancient Order of Hibernians, 1975. Mayor's Citation, City of Baltimore, 1979. Distinguished Marylander of the Year, Advertising Club of Baltimore, 1980. Distinguished Service Award, National Center for State Courts, 1988, 1997. H. Vernon Eney Endowment Fund Award, Maryland Bar Foundation, 1992. Distinguished Service Award, Commission on Impaired Attorneys, American Bar Association, 1994. Rita C. Davidson Award, Women's Bar Association of Maryland, 1995. First Citizen Award, Maryland Senate, 1996. Speaker's Medallion, House of Delegates, 1996. Governor's Citation for service as Hall of Records Commission Chair, 1996. Professionalism Award, American Inns of Court Foundation for U.S. Court of Appeals Fourth Circuit, 1997. Paul C. Reardon Award, National Center for State Courts, 1997. Died in Timonium, Maryland, October 31, 2000
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