He was Frederick Co. State's Attorney from 1994-2006.
Local attorney Scott Rolle has been named to the list of the Daily Record's 2013 Influential Marylanders. The legal and business publication says Rolle has made his mark in the law, and in Maryland.
"We are proud to recognize Scott Rolle as one of the Daily Record's Influential Marylanders," says Suzanne Fisher-Huettner, publisher of the Daily Record, in a statement. "Scott has had a profound impact on his profession and the state. We are pleased to honor him for the tremendous contributions he has made and undoubtedly will continue to make in the future."
Rolle and the other people on the list will be honored at a cocktail party on March 21st at the Grand Lodge in Cocksysville. Honorees will be profiled in the Influential Marylanders magazine, distributed at the cocktail reception and published in the Daily Record on March 22nd.
Rolle was Frederick County State's Attorney from 1994 to 2006. He's currently in private practice specializing in criminal defense, workers compensation and family law.
Rolle is also a Major in the US Army Reserves, serving two tours of active duty since 2008.