Saturday, August 6, 2016

Hogan appoints Smack as Maryland Parole Commissioner

John (Dale) Smack III of Snow Hill was recently appointed a Maryland Parole Commissioner by Governor Larry Hogan. Smack, who recently retired as Chief Deputy with the Worcester County Sheriff’s Office and as Chief Judge with the Worcester County Orphans’ Court, will assume his new position after August 16, 2016. Smack spend approximately 29 years with the Sheriff’s Office and approximately 10 years as an Orphans’ Court Judge. The Maryland Parole Commission is charged with determining on a case-by-case basis whether inmates serving sentences of six months or more in state or local facilities are suitable for release into the community under certain conditions or supervision by the Division of Parole and Probation.

9 comments:

Anonymous said...

Larry Hogan seems to be carrying the torch for O'Malley by loading up all these state positions with Democrats.

Anonymous said...

Is this a full time paid job? What does it pay?

Anonymous said...

Its called bi partisan and equality.please get used to it.

Anonymous said...

Anonymous said...
Its called bi partisan and equality.please get used to it.

August 7, 2016 at 1:24 AM

NO, it's called Hogan being a RINO you Dumba$$!

Anonymous said...

Absolutely great person for the position, Dale will serve the State well and insure all the citizens are safe. Great friend and true leader

Anonymous said...

You can't even to begin to compare Gov. Hogan to the wana have been Gov. O'Malley.

Anonymous said...

Who said John Smack is a democrat?

Anonymous said...

Smack is a Repiglican, not a Democrat.

Anonymous said...

I have known Dale for close to 20 years now and can say he is an OUTSTANDING person.
Dale Walks the walk, He is a man with integrity, He will actually listen to people while trying to understand how things came to be. If his "BS Detector" goes off well then it's sorry bout your luck otherwise he has compassion and when he sees a break is needed he will provide same and will follow up on those folks as well.
Maryland's Courts have just gained a fine asset.
Brother Smack, You know why I cannot post my name here and that is
all that matters.
Congratulations on your new job!