Summary: federal judge appointed by John F. Kennedy in 1961 whose most high-profile case was the sentencing of priest Philip Berrigan to prison for his anti-Vietnam War activities in 1968, and whose cases touched on some of the most incendiary matters of the day including racial discrimination and war protests.
Cause of Death: Abdominal tumor
Born: June 12, 1911
Died: August 12, 2003
Location: Sandy Spring, Maryland