CHARLES B. DAY, U.S. Magistrate Judge, since February 1997. Vice-Chair, Commission on Racial and Ethnic Fairness in the Judicial Process, 2002-04.
Assistant State's Attorney, Montgomery County, 1985-89. Born in Dothan, Alabama, April 12, 1957. University of Maryland, B.A. (criminal justice), 1978; The American University, M.S. (judicial administration), 1980; University of Maryland School of Law, J.D., 1984. Admitted to Maryland Bar, 1985; District of Columbia Bar, 1989. Member, American Bar Association (co-chair, committee on race & racism in the criminal justice system, criminal justice section, 1998-; member, project advisory board, state of criminal justice publication, 2000-; member, criminal justice section council, 2001-); Federal Bar Association (board of governors, 1996-99); Maryland State Bar Association (chair, leadership academy, 1999-; member, criminal law & practice section council, 2007-). Montgomery County Bar Association; J. Franklyn Bourne Bar Association. Adjunct Professor, Montgomery College, 1986-95. Instructor, Washington, DC, campus, National Institute of Trial Advocacy, 1995-. Adjunct faculty, Washington College of Law, The American University. Board of Directors, Montgomery County Bar Foundation, 1995-. Member, Montgomery County Inns of Court; Alan J. Goldstein Inn of Court, 1995- (president, 1999). Board of Directors, Central Union Mission, 1994-96. Board of Directors, Alumni Association, University of Maryland School of Law, 1998-99. Board of Directors, Montgomery County Bar Foundation, 2003-. President's Award, J. Franklyn Bourne Bar Association, 1994. President's Citation for Outstanding Service to the Bar, 1995, and Professionalism Award, 1998, Montgomery County Bar Association. Maryland Leadership in Law Award, Daily Record, 2001.
July 1, 2009
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