Tag Archives: Judges

Baltimore County Circuit judge candidates

And then there were nine. The Judicial Nominating Commission for Baltimore County has trimmed the list of applicants for a Circuit Court vacancy down from 22 after two days of interviews this week, according to the Administrative Office of the ...

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More than the robe is noir

North Philly, May 4, 2001. Officer Sean Devlin, Narcotics Strike Force, was working the morning shift. Undercover surveillance. The neighborhood? Tough as a three-dollar steak. Devlin knew. Five years on the beat, nine months with the Strike Force. He’d made ...

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How does your judge stack up?

Ever wanted to publicly, but anonymously, praise or shred Maryland’s judges? Move over sites like RateMyProfessors.com (and the professors’ response, rateyourstudents.blogspot.com) — The Robing Room has come to Maryland. The 2-year-old site, which began as a venue for attorneys to ...

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Tips for wearing that red robe

The Board of Public Works meeting was running late Wednesday, leaving many Maryland judges sweltering in the late June sun as they waited to attend the swearing in of Sally D. Adkins to the Court of Appeals in the Legislative ...

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Don’t read blogs! (And nine other stress-busters for judges)

Judges might appear to have the life, the ability to rule from on high. But their job is intensely stressful. For each decision judges make, they incur the wrath of at least one of the parties appearing before them, not ...

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