Page Croyder

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Introduction Page Croyder spent nearly 21 years with the Baltimore State's Attorney's Office before retiring from that agency in January, 2008. She began her legal career as a paralegal and attorney for a legal aid program in rural Virginia, and then spent four years as a commissioned officer and law specialist for the U.S. Coast Guard in New York City. After moving to Baltimore and becoming a city prosecutor, she served as a trial attorney, Chief of the Charging Division, Chief of Personnel, and Deputy State's Attorney. She earned her B.A. from the University of Maryland and her law degree from The George Washington University. She also holds a master's degree in journalism from Columbia University, and is a retired commander in the Coast Guard Reserve. Page has lived in the Hampden neighborhood of Baltimore for the past 28 years.