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By Madison Park | May 21, 2008
A veteran Baltimore County prosecutor has been appointed as the newest District Court judge in Harford County. Harford County resident Susan Hower Hazlett was selected by Gov. Martin O'Malley last week to serve a 10-year term on the bench, filling a vacancy created when Judge Angela Eaves was elevated to the county's Circuit Court. Hazlett, 46, will be one of three female judges in the county. After graduating from law school at the University of Baltimore, Hazlett worked for eight months at an investment firm before leaving for the Baltimore County state's attorney's office, where she has remained for 20 years.
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December 20, 1994
For a state that has taken great pains to shield its judges from undue political pressures, Maryland now faces a dilemma. It can beef up its system of judicial discipline or watch as public anger fuels pressure for impeaching a Baltimore County Circuit Court judge who imposed a light sentence and expressed sympathy for a man who killed his wife.At a press conference in Annapolis earlier this month, a majority of women legislators announced that they will initiate action in the General Assembly to remove Baltimore County Circuit Judge Robert Cahill from the bench.
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September 15, 2005
THERE WERE moments of humor and even what might pass for candor during some contentious exchanges. But, for the most part, the confirmation hearings of John G. Roberts Jr. to be chief justice of the United States have been carefully scripted, with few if any surprises. Given the stakes - the first hearing on a Supreme Court nominee in 11 years and the first for chief justice in 19 years - the posturing by some senators and the frequent evasiveness by Judge Roberts was predictable. But after a day of opening statements and two days of interrogation, the senators and the public had at least a picture of Judge Roberts - as he chose to present himself.
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By Nick Madigan, The Baltimore Sun | May 27, 2010
The Dundalk man gunned down last week outside his tavern was struck by four bullets in the head and four in the chest. He was still breathing when help arrived but was beyond saving by the time he reached a hospital. A day after Robert Lee Martin's wife, her brother and two accomplices were charged with first-degree murder in the barkeep's death, additional details of the killing emerged Thursday in a Towson courtroom during the defendants' bail review hearing. Garret P. Glennon, an assistant state's attorney who oversees murder charges for the county, told the judge that an "appreciable amount of planning" had gone into the shooting of the tavern owner early Saturday as he left Hop's Inn for the night, a "coordinated effort" that involved a "division of labor."
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By Mark Guidera and Alan J. Craver and Mark Guidera and Alan J. Craver,Sun Staff Writers | May 3, 1995
A Howard County Circuit Court judge reinstated Monday a $156 million lawsuit filed by a Columbia woman against a Fulton pastor, saying that he erroneously dismissed the case in January."
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December 23, 1990
Judge James N. Vaughan has recently been appointed as administrative judge for the District Court in Howard and Carroll counties.Judge Vaughan, who was appointed to the District Court in 1982, will succeed Judge Francis M. Arnold, who was appointed to the Circuit Court for Carroll County by Gov. William Donald Schaefer.Vaughan, a graduate of the Mount Vernon School of Law, will assume his new duties on Dec. 27.
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By Susan Baer and Susan Baer,Washington Bureau of The Sun | May 15, 1994
WASHINGTON -- The doctor for Judge Richard S. Arnold, whom President Clinton said he dropped from consideration for a Supreme Court nomination because the judge has cancer, said yesterday that Mr. Clinton made the judge's condition sound "more grave" than it is.In his announcement Friday appointing to the high court Stephen G. Breyer, a federal appellate judge from Boston, Mr. Clinton said he had considered but ultimately ruled out the 58-year-old Judge...
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April 19, 1994
A federal administrative judge in Baltimore has denied a request to reopen the deportation case of native of Yugoslavian who was living in Glen Burnie.Judge William Greene Jr. decided last week not to stay the deportation of Steva Jaksic, 41, who is married to an American woman, Theresa Jaksic.The couple's attorney, Mark Maier of Wheaton, said he would ask the judge to reconsider the ruling.The couple married in 1992, but did not file the requisite Immigration and Naturalization Service forms until after Mr. Jaksic, a car salesman, was arrested in March.
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By Joe Mathews and Joe Mathews,Sun Staff Writer Sun staff writer Darren M. Allen contributed to this story | June 29, 1994
The trial of a former state health official on burglary charges -- already postponed from May until November -- could be further delayed by Judge Raymond E. Beck Sr.'s decision to recuse himself from the case.Judge Beck said yesterday that he removed himself from the bench for the Nov. 2 trial because he had "almost daily contact" with the official, former Deputy Health Secretary John Martin Staubitz Jr., during the judge's six-year stint in the state Senate.Judge Beck served in the state House of Delegates from 1972 to 1982 and in the Senate from 1983 until 1989.
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By Boston Globe | November 26, 1991
WEST PALM BEACH, Fla. -- The judge in William Kennedy Smith's trial on rape charges said last night that Mr. Smith's lawyers violated state laws in obtaining the alleged victim's medical records and ordered them not to use the records in the trial that begins next week.That could deal a blow to the defense, which hoped to make an issue of the Florida woman's medical history, including abortions and use of prescription drugs. Even more significant, since much of that testimony already has been barred or is expected to be barred, is Judge Mary Lupo's condemnation of defense tactics in obtaining the records.
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