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Maryland Judiciary seeks applicants for Court of Appeals vacancy

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The Maryland Judiciary is seeking applicants for the Court of Appeals seat vacated in June by Judge Clayton Greene Jr. The Appellate Courts Judicial Nominating Commission announced the vacancy and invited interested judges and lawyers to complete a personal data ...

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Washington Co. bench vacancy filled despite no recommendation from nominating commission

Attorneys who seek this view in a courtroom must be as diligent in their written work as they are in their in-court advocacy because nominating commissions pay as much attention to briefs as they do to courtroom oratory, according to T. Christine Pham. The Baltimore lawyer is moderating a panel at the MSBA annual meeting featuring judges giving advice to lawyers who dream of sitting on the bench. (Maximilian Franz/The Daily Record)

Former state delegate Brett R. Wilson recently took the bench as Washington County’s newest circuit court judge, but his appointment last month did not follow the normal process for filling vacancies. Wilson was one of four applicants to fill the ...

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Eastern Shore judicial nominating commission chair steps down after traffic incident

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The chairman of the judicial nominating commission for Somerset, Wicomico and Worcester counties has stepped down after being charged with failing to remain at the scene of a collision in Crisfield on Friday night. A spokesman for the governor confirmed Monday ...

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Baltimore lawyer’s lawsuit against Court of Appeals chief judge dismissed

10.15.13 BALTIMORE, MD- Chief Judge Mary Ellen Barbera, Maryland Court of Appeals.  (Maximilian Franz/The Daily Record)

A Baltimore lawyer’s lawsuit against Court of Appeals Chief Judge Mary Ellen Barbera challenging the judicial appointment process has been dismissed. Rickey Nelson Jones, a Baltimore attorney who was not recommended to fill vacancies on the Anne Arundel Circuit Court ...

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After appointee declines Eastern Shore judgeship, 3 new nominees sent to Hogan

Attorneys who seek this view in a courtroom must be as diligent in their written work as they are in their in-court advocacy because nominating commissions pay as much attention to briefs as they do to courtroom oratory, according to T. Christine Pham. The Baltimore lawyer is moderating a panel at the MSBA annual meeting featuring judges giving advice to lawyers who dream of sitting on the bench. (Maximilian Franz/The Daily Record)

Three rejected applicants for the Somerset County Circuit Court bench will have their names sent to Gov. Larry Hogan for consideration after the position had to be re-advertised when the first appointee declined the post. District Judge Paula A. Price ...

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