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With these additions, the Circuit Court bench grows to 24 Judges
The Circuit Court for Prince George’s County recently welcomed four new judges to its bench.
In December 2016, Governor Larry Hogan appointed Judge Tiffany H. Anderson, Judge Robin D. Gill Bright and William A. Snoddy, in addition to the election of Ingrid M. Turner in November 2016, bringing the Circuit Court’s bench to 24 judges.
“The Circuit Court for Prince George’s County is excited to welcome its newest additions,” said the Honorable Sheila R. Tillerson Adams, Administrative Judge for Prince George’s County. “The new appointees and elected judge bring a vast array of experience, insight and dedication to the Circuit Court.”
The Honorable Ingrid M. Turner served on Prince George’s County Council for District 4 from December 2006 to December 2014. Prior to that, she served on active duty in the United States Navy from 1986 to 2006. Judge Turner is a graduate of the United States Naval Academy. She earned a MBA from Golden Gate University and J.D. from The Catholic University of America, Columbus School of Law.
The Honorable Tiffany H. Anderson previously served as the Administrative Judge of the District Court for Prince George's County. Judge Anderson is the first African-American woman within the state of Maryland to serve as a District Administrative Judge. In the role, she was responsible for the administration of the court and its 17 judges, budget and procurement functions, and trial calendars to ensure the expeditious disposition of cases. Judge Anderson received a bachelor’s degree from the University of California, San Diego and a J.D. from The Catholic University, Columbus School of Law.
The Honorable Robin D. Gill Bright previously served on the District Court for Prince George’s County. In the position, she served as the Civil Coordinating Judge and Alternative Dispute Resolution judicial representative. Judge Bright received her bachelor’s degree from Niagara University, master’s degree from Bowie State University and J.D. from the University of Maryland, Francis King Carey School of Law.
The Honorable William A. Snoddy devoted his legal career to public service. For the past six years, Judge Snoddy served as Deputy County Attorney for Prince George’s County, where he managed the litigation division and the adult and child welfare unit. He also served Prince George’s and Montgomery counties as an Associate County Attorney where he handled litigation for labor and employment matters. Judge Snoddy received a bachelor’s degree from Howard University and J.D. from the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill.