The quotable Cathell
In “Wading Through the Swamp: Memoirs of a Bad Boy,” retired Maryland Court of Appeals judge Dale R. Cathell reveals a childhood marked by the loss of his father, who died when Cathell was 3, and too many fistfights in and around his Eastern Shore home to remember before he made a life-changing decision at age 18. (File photo)

The quotable Cathell

Retired Court of Appeals judge finds ‘a few things to say’ in newly published memoir

Judge Dale R. Cathell recalls the knife fight that changed his life, recounts carrying a concealed handgun on the bench, blasts dilatory appellate jurists, bemoans retirement and contemplates death in a recently published, some-holds-barred memoir.

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