Greene says grandkids spurred high-court retirement

Clayton Greene Jr. gave four reasons Thursday for stepping down from Maryland’s high court earlier this month and not waiting until he reaches the state’s mandatory judicial retirement age of 70 in early 2021 -- his grandchildren. Greene, who joined the Maryland bench as a district court judge in 1988, said he pledged then that he ...

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