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Workgroup created by Maryland’s judiciary to study how best to choose judges was originally scheduled to present its report to the General Assembly at the outset of this year’s session.

Senate and House panels review legislation sought to shield personal information of judges after the killing of Washington County Judge Andrew F. Wilkinson.

Draper was born in 1834 in Baltimore and was granted to practice law in 1857, but in Liberia, Africa.

The courts’ prior names, in use for centuries, didn’t convey their role in the state’s legal system, critics say

Workgroup will soon begin deliberating on recommendations on how the state’s judicial selection process might be modified.

Del. Dan Cox’s bid to block early counting of mail-in ballots is thwarted by the Court of Appeals.

Even when the coronavirus pandemic is over, courthouses across Maryland should continue carrying out a significant portion of their work virtually, according to a judicial task force.

With redistricting lawsuits pending in the Maryland Court of Appeals, the future of Chief Judge Joseph M. Getty is the object of much speculation.

With these nominations, Gov. Hogan has now made seven appointments to the Court of Appeals, and only one of the sitting judges will have been appointed by former Gov. O’Malley.

One of the nice things about the General Assembly session is that the frenetic pace of political fundraising almost entirely comes to a halt…