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Charles H. Haden

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Apr 16, 1937

Charles H. Haden II was born in Morgantown

Jun 02, 1956

Charles Haden married Priscilla Ann Miller

1961

Charles Haden began practicing law with his father in a firm, Haden & Haden

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1967

Charles Haden served on the Monongalia County Board of Education

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1968

Charles Haden served on the Monongalia County Board of Education

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Jun 21, 1972

Charles Haden was appointed a State Supreme Court Justice

Nov 07, 1972

Charles Haden was elected State Supreme Court Justice

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Nov 21, 1975

Charles Haden was appointed U.S. district judge for Northern and Southern districts of West Virginia

May 13, 1982

Charles Haden became chief judge of Southern District federal courts

1999

Chief U.S. District Judge Charles H. Haden II ruled for a 100 foot buffer zone protecting streams at surface mines

2001

The Fourth U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals overturned Judge Charles H. Haden II's ruling restricting mountaintop mining

2001

Charles Haden was inducted into the Order of Vandalia

2002

Judge Charles Haden once again made decision restricting the practice of mountaintop removal mining

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Dec 19, 2002

Charles Haden stepped down as chief judge

Mar 20, 2004

Charles Haden died

2004

A professorship was established in the name of Charles Haden at WVU law school

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