BALTIMORE COUNTY
CIRCUIT COURT


EDWARD A. DeWATERS, JR., Circuit Administrative Judge and Chief Judge, 3rd Judicial Circuit, (Baltimore County & Harford County), since 1990 (Associate Judge, 1975-). County Administrative Judge, Baltimore County Circuit Court, 1982-90, 1997-. Member, Conference of Circuit Judges, 1990-. Member, Child Support Enforcement Committee, Maryland Judicial Conference, 2000-.

Associate Judge, District Court of Maryland, District 8, Baltimore County, 1972-75. Former Assistant State's Attorney, Executive Assistant State's Attorney, and Deputy State's Attorney, Baltimore County. Born in Havre de Grace, Maryland, October 28, 1938. Attended Georgetown Preparatory School, Washington, DC; Fordham University, B.S.S., 1960; University of Maryland School of Law, J.D., 1964; National Judicial College, University of Nevada, graduate, 1977. Admitted to Maryland Bar, 1964. Member, Maryland State Bar Association; Baltimore County Bar Association (past member, library committee; ethics committee). Former part-time professor, Towson State University. Past president, Gunpowder and Kingsville Optimist Club. Past chair, public relations committee, St. Stephen's Catholic Church; Young Lawyers Committee. Law Day Award, Justinian Society, 1998.

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