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TEAETTE SHELTON PRICE, Associate Judge, District Court of Maryland, District 1, Baltimore City, February 12, 1990 to June 2, 2002. Retired June 2, 2002. Member, Juvenile Law Committee, 1990-93, and Mental Health, Alcoholism and Addiction Committee, 1993-96, Maryland Judicial Conference. Board of Directors, Judicial Institute of Maryland, 1993-95. Member, Administrative Judges Committee, District Court of Maryland, 1994-96. Member, Commission on Judicial Disabilities, 1995-2002.

Assistant State's Attorney, Baltimore City, 1979-83. Juvenile Master, Baltimore City, 1983-90.

Born in Gastonia, North Carolina, June 2, 1942. Attended Allegany High School, Cumberland, Maryland; Essex Community College, A.A., 1974; University of Baltimore, B.A., 1975; University of Baltimore School of Law, J.D., 1977. Admitted to Maryland Bar, 1979. Member, Maryland State, Baltimore City and Women's Bar Associations; National Council of Juvenile and Family Court Judges.

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