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Senate confirms three judges to Md. appellate courts

ANNAPOLIS – With no dissenting votes, the Senate on Friday confirmed Gov. Larry Hogan’s three nominees for Maryland’s top and intermediate appellate courts. Easton lawyer Brynja McDivitt Booth will take a seat on the Court of Appeals and Calvert County ...

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Hogan’s three appellate nominees head toward confirmation

ANNAPOLIS – Gov. Larry Hogan’s three nominees for Maryland’s top and intermediate appellate courts took a giant step toward confirmation Monday evening. The Senate Executive Nominations Committee recommended by voice vote that the full Senate vote to confirm Easton lawyer ...

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Hogan names three to appeals courts

ANNAPOLIS – Gov. Larry Hogan on Tuesday named Easton lawyer Brynja McDivitt Booth to serve on Maryland’s top court. Booth, of the law firm Booth, Booth, Cropper & Marriner P.C., will succeed Judge Sally D. Adkins, who stepped down Oct. ...

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Hogan names Fader to be Court of Special Appeals chief judge

Gov. Larry Hogan has elevated Court of Special Appeals Judge Matthew J. Fader to head Maryland’s second-highest court. Fader, 45, will succeed Court of Special Appeals Chief Judge Patrick L. Woodward, who reaches the state’s mandatory judicial retirement age of ...

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Fader joins Court of Special Appeals, calling it ‘a profound privilege’

ANNAPOLIS — Matthew J. Fader was sworn in Monday as the 68th judge to serve on Maryland’s intermediate Court of Special Appeals during a noontime ceremony in the House of Delegates chamber at the State House. “It is indeed a ...

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