Clayton Greene Jr. gave four reasons Thursday for stepping down from Maryland’s high court earlier this month and not waiting until he reaches the state’s mandatory judicial retirement age of 70 in early 2021 — his grandchildren. Greene, who joined ...Read More »
ANNAPOLIS — The newest member of Maryland’s top court pledged Thursday to “work hard every day to justify” her seat on the Court of Appeals. “I am truly humbled by this appointment,” Judge Brynja M. Booth said at her ceremonial ...Read More »
Clayton Greene Jr. has retired from the Maryland Court of Appeals, giving Gov. Larry Hogan the opportunity to appoint a majority of the judges on the state’s top court. Greene retired with no public announcement, but his departure from the ...Read More »
Retired Maryland Court of Appeals Judge Glenn T. Harrell Jr. said Monday that he had been looking for “a new challenge” when Gov. Larry Hogan appointed him last week to a reconstituted University of Maryland Medical System board recently beset ...Read More »
WASHINGTON — Maryland’s Larry Hogan, the popular Republican governor in a liberal-leaning state, says he won’t challenge President Donald Trump for the GOP nomination in 2020. Hogan, who was elected to his second term last fall, said in a statement posted Saturday ...
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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 ...Read More »