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CHARLES E. FOOS III, Associate Judge, District Court of Maryland, District 8, Baltimore County, September 17, 1987 to January 1, 2001. Retired January 1, 2001. Chair, Mental Health, Alcoholism and Addiction Committee, Maryland Judicial Conference, 1997-2000.

Deputy Clerk, Baltimore County Circuit Court, 1963-66. Assistant State's Attorney, Baltimore County, 1967-71. Member, District Advisory Board, District 8, Public Defender System, 1972-87. Member, Inquiry Committee of Attorney Grievance Commission, 1986-87. Born in Baltimore, Maryland, January 1, 1939. Attended Kenwood High School; University of Maryland, 1957-62. Served in Maryland Army National Guard, 1959-78. University of Baltimore School of Law, J.D., 1965. Admitted to Maryland Bar, 1966. Member, Baltimore County Bar Association (president, 1994-95). Partner, Romadka, Gontrum, Hennegan & Foos, 1983-87.

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