Maryland State’s Attorneys’ Coordinator
Steven Kroll spent over twenty six years as an Assistant State’s Attorney for Baltimore County.
As a Senior Trial Attorney and head of the Pray Jury Trial Division for twenty four years he has tried hundreds of cases ranging from Disorderly Conduct to Death Penalty.
He has spoken to over twenty seven state prosecutor associations in the United States and Canada and has written extensively on trial advocacy and evidence issues.
He has been awarded the Lecturer of Merit Award and the Distinguished Faculty award by the National College of District Attorneys.
In 2016, he was awarded the Warren B. Duckett Jr. Commitment to Justice Award.
In December 2010, Steven was appointed States’ Attorney Coordinator for Maryland.
Judy Arrington graduated from Villa Julie College, and spent the next thirty-eight years at the Howard County State’s Attorney’s Office. In the early years, she began working in the Circuit Court Victim/Witness Unit, and later moved District Court. After becoming a paralegal in 1995, she supervised an all-volunteer Domestic Violence Advocate group until a District Court Victim Witness Unit was implemented.
She transferred to the Circuit Division as a paralegal in 2007 to prep felony cases. Her love of the criminal justice arena led her to a great rapport with many agencies on the local, state, and federal levels. She loved the challenge of putting cases together for the prosecutors.
Retiring in March 2017, she happily accepted the administrative position with MSAA-still meeting great people and still working in criminal justice.
While she loves her work, her favorite job is being a grandmother.
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David Daggett graduated from the University of Maryland (College Park) with a major in Criminology and a minor in Psychology. He received his law degree from the University of Baltimore.
He served as a prosecutor with the Frederick County State’s Attorney’s Office for five years and with the Carroll County State’s Attorney’s Office for 17.
He has been with the Maryland State’s Attorneys’ Association since July, 2013.
His original life goals were to play shortstop for the Boston Red Sox and later to be a member of the Eagles (the band, not the team from Philly.) Only one thing held him back from reaching those goals: a complete and utter lack of talent.