Maryland governor appoints a New chief judge to Court of Special Appeals for Maryland after Complaints.

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Judge Patrick L. Woodward is the New Chief Judge for Maryland Court of Special Appeals. 

ANNAPOLIS, Md. — Due to serious ongoing public corruption in Maryland involving Judges and other public officials. Maryland Gov. Larry Hogan has appointed a new chief judge on the state’s intermediate appellate court (Maryland Court of Special Appeals for Maryland).

The Republican governor announced the appointment of Judge Patrick Woodward to the position on the Court of Special Appeals on Friday. The appointment is effective May 6, 2017.

Woodward has served on the Court of Special Appeals since 2005, when he was initially appointed by Republican Gov. Robert Ehrlich.

Before that, Woodward served as a judge for both the circuit and district courts of Montgomery County.

Woodward will fill the vacancy left by former Chief Judge Peter Krauser. During his tenure, Judge Krauser mishandled serious cases to the detriment of plaintiffs who sought justice in his court. The conflict was so obvious that he was asked to step aside.

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Chief Judge Peter Krauser announced retirement shortly after members of Reform sasscer Movement filed several complaints due to various conflicts of interests involving the state court >>>Read more  >>>Corruption is in full swing in the Maryland Judiciary!

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Maryland Gov. Larry Hogan poses with a bill during a bill signing ceremony in Annapolis, Md., Tuesday, April 12, 2016, the day after the closing of the 2016 legislative session. (AP Photo/Patrick Semansky) Maryland Gov. Larry Hogan has appointed a new chief judge on the state’s intermediate appellate court (Maryland Court of Special Appeals for Maryland).

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