|Executive Director/Attorney||Maryland Crime Victims' Resource Center, Inc.||1985 - Present|
|Association name||Position name||Duration|
|American Bar Association||Co-chair, Victims Committee||N/A|
|Maryland State Bar Association||Chair Criminal Law and Practice Section||N/A|
|Hoile v. State||N/A|
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|Federal Sentencing Reporter||What Practitioners and Judges Need to Know Regarding Crime Victims' Participatory Rights in Federal Sentencing Proceedings||2006|
|University of Baltimore School of Law||Law||JD - Juris Doctor||1984|
|University of Maryland, College Park||Government and Politics||BA - Bachelor of Arts||1981|
Posted by Nathan
Russell was extremely knowledgeable of my rights as a victim of crime. He thoroughly represented me throughout the course of multiple hearings and appeals by the defendant. Before, during and after each hearing, Russell clearly explained the details of the proceedings and case status throughout my painful ordeal. I have the utmost respect and trust for his professionalism and abilities.
Posted by Gale
In addition to providing my family with many hours of legal counsel on our rights as victims, Russell Butler, Executive Director of Maryland Crime Victims' Resource Center was able to overturn Maryland's denial of our Criminal Injuries Compensation in the death of our daughter. Russell also successuflly lobbied for changes to existing legislation regarding wrongful death statute of limitiations, specifically regarding the timeline for criminal homicides.
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