Circuit judge enters Baltimore hospital with chest pain

February 29, 2000

Howard County Circuit Judge Raymond J. Kane Jr. was admitted to Union Memorial Hospital in Baltimore yesterday after feeling chest pain this weekend, court officials said.

Kane, the chief administrative judge for Howard County Circuit Court, is undergoing medical tests on his heart at Union Memorial and could be out for several weeks depending on test results, the officials said.

Kane, 61, has been serving on the Howard County Circuit Court bench since 1982 and has been the administrative judge since 1991. He won re-election in 1998.

A Union Memorial spokeswoman said Kane was in good condition yesterday evening. He was admitted to Howard County General Hospital early yesterday morning and was taken by ambulance to Union Memorial about 1: 30 p.m., the spokeswoman said.

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