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Md. high court disbars lawyer who ‘borrowed’ from attorney trust

Maryland’s Court of Appeals this week disbarred a Westminster attorney who “violated one of the most sacred obligations” of the legal profession by borrowing money from his attorney trust account without permission from a client. The court found that Clifford ...

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New Court of Appeals Judge Booth grills attorneys from the start

ANNAPOLIS – Maryland’s newest Court of Appeals judge took little time Thursday in making her presence known to attorneys arguing before the state’s top tribunal. Just minutes into her first day on the bench, Judge Brynja M. Booth sought to ...

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Senate confirms three judges to Md. appellate courts

ANNAPOLIS – With no dissenting votes, the Senate on Friday confirmed Gov. Larry Hogan’s three nominees for Maryland’s top and intermediate appellate courts. Easton lawyer Brynja McDivitt Booth will take a seat on the Court of Appeals and Calvert County ...

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Hogan’s three appellate nominees head toward confirmation

ANNAPOLIS – Gov. Larry Hogan’s three nominees for Maryland’s top and intermediate appellate courts took a giant step toward confirmation Monday evening. The Senate Executive Nominations Committee recommended by voice vote that the full Senate vote to confirm Easton lawyer ...

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Hogan names three to appeals courts

ANNAPOLIS – Gov. Larry Hogan on Tuesday named Easton lawyer Brynja McDivitt Booth to serve on Maryland’s top court. Booth, of the law firm Booth, Booth, Cropper & Marriner P.C., will succeed Judge Sally D. Adkins, who stepped down Oct. ...

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2 judges, 1 lawyer vie for seat on Md.’s top court

ANNAPOLIS — Maryland Gov. Larry Hogan will likely choose the state’s next high-court judge from among two judges and an attorney. The Appellate Judicial Nominating Commission has forwarded to Hogan’s desk as candidates for a Court of Appeals vacancy Christopher B. ...

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