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Lenore R. Gelfman has been named administrative judge for the Howard County Circuit Court, succeeding Diane O. Leasure, who announced her retirement, effective Nov. 4, 2011. "Judge Gelfman has a long and impressive record of service," said Court of...
Circuit Court Judge Lenore R. Gelfman, a judge for the past 22 years, will be the second female to serve as administrative judge of the Howard County Circuit Court beginning November. "I very much enjoy being a judge," Gelfman said in an interview. "I...
An administrative law judge has denied Allen Dyer's request to block his removal from the Howard County school board, setting in motion proceedings that would have Dyer defending his seat next year as he runs for re-election. The Howard school board...
Tags: Prosecution, Howard County, Laws, Justice System, Lawyers
A petition by the owners of a Paradise residence to allow their house to be a two-family dwelling has been denied. Lawrence Stahl, the managing administrative law judge in the county's Office of Administrative Hearings, sent out his decision about the...
Tags: Justice System, Rentals, Justice System, Catonsville, Judges
A new Harford County Circuit Court judge donned a former judge's robe Friday after she was sworn in as the second woman ever to serve on the local court. Judge M. Elizabeth Bowen's father, retired Calvert County Judge Perry Bowen, watched as his...
A committee that sets rules for Maryland's courts is scheduled to meet Friday to debate whether lawyers who filed legal documents in foreclosure cases without actually having signed the papers themselves should be required to defend their work in court or...
Maryland courts got the go-ahead Tuesday to conduct sweeping reviews of possibly thousands of foreclosure cases to root out those with problematic or fraudulent documentation, while the federal government separately announced investigations into...
Defendants awaiting bail reviews are spending extra nights in jail because of court closures throughout the state, and the delays are expected to continue as the second storm in a week dumps another layer of snow across the region today. The closings are...
Tags: Prosecution, Witnesses, Criminals, Safety of Citizens, Lawyers
Sun StaffMarta S. Goldstein leans in to hear what the judge is saying during private conferences at the bench, sometimes pulls up a chair near a soft-spoken witness who is testifying, and strides across the courtroom to the jury box to catch everything the...
Tags: Prosecution, Witnesses, Criminals, Local Government, Lawyers
Elections Bob, Catonsville: Kristen Cox helps soften [Gov. Robert L.] Ehrlich [Jr.]'s image, but does she have the experience to be lieutenant governor? Nitkin: The position of lieutenant governor in Maryland carries no official duties; lieutenant...
When the first news stories about Harriet Miers' nomination to the Supreme Court all used the same quote from President Bush describing her as "a pit bull in size 6 shoes," I decided I would listen carefully to this debate. Even before all the...
The point guard yells "outlet!" and sprints up court. Her head coach, Pat Summitt, shouts, "Go! Go!" as Shannon Bobbitt blows by. At the other end, there are a few sharp passes, criss-crossing the court like laser beams in a security system. "Nice! Nice!"...
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