Chief Judge Barbera opposes ‘compromise’ judicial elections bill

ANNAPOLIS – Legislation aimed at striking a compromise between proponents and opponents of contested circuit court elections has failed to gain the support of the elections’ most vocal, highest-ranking critic. Court of Appeals Chief Judge Mary Ellen Barbera, Maryland’s top jurist, told the House Judiciary Committee Wednesday that the bill’s effort to reduce sharply the instances ...

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