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Hogan receives list of five candidates for Md. Court of Appeals seat

Gov. Larry Hogan will most likely choose the next Maryland high-court judge from a list of two jurists and three lawyers – including his chief legislative aide – that was submitted to him this week by the Appellate Judicial Nominating Commission.

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Hogan will consider 16 attorneys, judges for Court of Special Appeals vacancy

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Gov. Larry Hogan will mull over the names of 16 attorneys and lower-court judges vying for the Court of Special Appeals seat left vacant in July when Judge Robert A. Zarnoch reached the state’s mandatory judicial retirement age of 70.

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Panel gives Hogan three candidates to consider for Court of Appeals

Gov. Larry Hogan will mull over an appellate judge, a trial judge and a private attorney as he considers whom to name to the Maryland high-court seat left vacant when Judge Glenn T. Harrell Jr. reached the state’s mandatory judicial retirement age of 70 on June 27.

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