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Audit faults Judiciary’s controls

The Maryland Judiciary has failed to keep adequate inventory records of the Maryland State Law Library’s $12.6 million worth of rare books and art, and judicial-branch employees threw out about $4.7 million worth of computer equipment without first determining if it was salvageable, legislative auditors concluded in a report released Monday.

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Judiciary seeking applicants for newly created appellate court seats

The Court of Appeals building in Annapolis

Judges and attorneys seeking to serve on the Maryland Court of Special Appeals have until 4:30 p.m. Aug. 7 to get their applications in for one of two newly created at-large seats on the intermediate court.

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High court Chief Judge Bell hears final oral arguments

Court of Appeals Chief Judge Robert M. Bell, his coming July 6 retirement constitutionally mandated, presided over his final oral argument session Tuesday as head of the Maryland Judiciary and its top tribunal.

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