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Tag Archives: Appellate Judicial Nominating Commission

Choice for Chief Judge Bell’s seat now in governor’s hands (access required)

The Appellate Judicial Nominating Commission on Thursday sent Gov. Martin O’Malley the names of all five candidates who have applied for the seat on Maryland’s highest court that Chief Judge Robert M. Bell will leave vacant when he hits the mandatory retirement age of 70 on July 6.

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Week in review – 8/3/12 (access required)

Caesars OK’d for casino A state commission on Tuesday approved a slot machine license for Caesars Entertainment to build a casino in Baltimore. The unanimous vote for the Baltimore casino grants the fifth and final casino license allowed under state ...

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Week in review – 6/29/12: Rally protests for Superblock jobs (access required)

Rally protests for Superblock jobs A group of about 100 protestors gathered at the offices of the Baltimore Development Corp. at Charles Center this week to demand local hiring in the promised 600 new jobs at the $150 million Superblock ...

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Judge Eyler to step down a little early (access required)

Court of Special Appeals Judge James R. Eyler will step down May 1, about 2½ months before the Maryland Constitution would compel his retirement at age 70. “My intention has been to go into private mediation,” Eyler said last week ...

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4 candidates sent to O’Malley for Court of Appeals vacancy (access required)

The Appellate Judicial Nominating Commission on Tuesday sent Gov. Martin O’Malley the names of four candidates for the Court of Appeals vacancy created when Judge Joseph F. Murphy Jr. retired from Maryland’s top court Sept. 30. The nominees are: * ...

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Top 5: ‘Now I’m just numb’ (access required)

The family of an inmate who was killed aboard a prison bus was awarded $18.5 million and a Baltimore police detective is being sued by the family of a man he shot in 2009. Those stories and more in this ...

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Md. Court of Special Appeals candidates announced (access required)

The Appellate Judicial Nominating Commission last week submitted to Gov. Martin O’Malley three possible candidates to fill one open seat on the Court of Special Appeals. The commission nominated the Hon. Audrey J. S. Carrion, the Hon. Shirley M. Watts ...

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