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O’Malley names Vitale, Klavans to Anne Arundel Circuit Court

| December 30, 2014, 02:03 PM | 0 Comments
Gov. Martin O'Malley  D-MD

Gov. Martin O’Malley D-MD

Governor O’Malley announced today the appointments of ten judges to the Maryland Circuit and District Courts.  These appointees bring a diverse array of legal experiences to their new positions.  They also represent the ethnic and gender diversity of our great state.

The newly appointed judges were recommended to Governor O’Malley by local trial court judicial nominating commissions.

“I am honored to appoint such an accomplished and diverse group of candidates to the Maryland Circuit and District Courts,” said Governor O’Malley. “These appointees will bring to the bench a true commitment to public service and a wide range of legal expertise.”

Governor O’Malley made two appointments to the Circuit Court for Anne Arundel County.

Glenn Louis Klavans has maintained a solo practice in Glen Burnie for the last fifteen years, specializing in trial work in the Circuit and District Courts.  Previously, Mr. Klavans practiced at two other private firms, where he represented a range of clients in civil and criminal litigation matters.  Prior to his work in private practice, Mr. Klavans served for ten years as an Assistant State’s Attorney for Baltimore City, prosecuting sexual offenses, domestic violence, and narcotics crimes.  Mr. Klavans earned his law degree from the University of Baltimore School of Law and his undergraduate degree from Drew University. 

Delegate Cathleen Marie Vitale has practiced in Anne Arundel County for the entirety of her twenty-five year career.  Ms. Vitale began her legal career as a law clerk to the Honorable Raymond G. Thieme, Jr. and then practiced with two Anne Arundel County law firms, representing clients in civil and criminal matters in District and Circuit Courts.  She currently maintains a solo practice in Glen Burnie, specializing in civil trial practice, family law matters, and mediation.  Since 2010, Ms. Vitale has served as the elected representative of Anne Arundel County, District 33 in the Maryland House of Delegates.  Previously, Ms. Vitale served for eleven years as Councilwoman on the Anne Arundel County Council.  Ms. Vitale earned her law degree from the University of Baltimore School of Law and a bachelor of arts from the University of Maryland, College Park. 

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