Richard Vincent remembered as savior to hundreds of Md. lawyers and judges

Richard B. Vincent, who counseled hundreds of Maryland lawyers and judges facing substance abuse or mental health issues over a 25-year career, died last Friday of heart disease at a Dundalk hospice. He was 84. In 1982, Vincent became the first director of what would become the Maryland Lawyer Assistance Program, a free and confidential counseling ...

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