Edward V. Curry, III
Edward V. Curry, III, joined the firm in June of 2014. He is a graduate of the University of Baltimore, and received his Juris Doctor degree Cum Laude from the University of Baltimore School of Law in May, 2003, where he placed in the top 20% of his class and won Highest Grade in Class Honors in Contract Law.
Before joining Brown, Brown & Young, Mr. Curry was Senior Assistant State's Attorney, Circuit Court Division, in the Office of the State's Attorney for Howard County, Maryland, where he prosecuted defendants accused of felonies such as murder or arson, and where he served as Lead Counsel for all aspects of criminal litigation, including pre-trial and post-trial motions, witness interviews, plea negotiations and litigation strategy planning.
A vigorous and experienced courtroom attorney, Mr. Curry has also had significant experience in the Howard County District Courts, where from 2004-2007 he handled thousands of criminal citations and serious ("incarcerable") traffic cases such as DWI, DUI, reckless driving, endangerment, and more. His trial experience also includes prosecutions for assault, theft, drug-related matters and frauds of all kinds. Mr. Curry has drafted memoranda and recommendations for case dispositions for both criminal and civil cases, researched the law on motions and trial strategies, reviewed and calculated civil judgments, and has drafted judicial opinions.
Prior to working in Howard County, Mr. Curry conducted mediations between businesses and the State as an intern with the Consumer Protection Division of the Maryland Attorney General's Office, and as a legal assistant in private practice, researched and drafted motions, discovery requests, complaints, and memoranda on various legal issues.
At Brown, Brown & Young, Mr. Curry concentrates on criminal defense and civil litigation, including product liability, accident law, personal injury law, and all matters related to motor vehicle misdemeanors and felonies.
Mr. Curry is licensed to practice law in Maryland, and before all Appellate Maryland Courts, including the Maryland Court of Appeals.