* May 2, noon: Montgomery County District Court Judge Henry J. Monahan arrived alone at Holiday Inn in Hagerstown to attend judicial conference.
* 2 to 4 p.m.: Monahan attended formal meeting of the conference. 4 to 6 p.m.: He napped in his room, and then dressed for the evening.
* 6:30 to 7 p.m.: Monahan went to a hospitality room and had one Scotch and water. He ordered a second drink to take with him on the bus transporting judges to a nearby home for a cocktail party.
* 7 to 7:30 p.m.: Bus ride to party. 7:30 to 8:30 p.m.: Monahan attended cocktail party at which Monahan said he thinks he may have had a third drink.
* 8:30 to 9 p.m.: Bus ride to restaurant for dinner. Monahan lost his memory at this point, a clue that doctors used in fixing the time of his stroke and the onset of transient global amnesia.
* 9 p.m. to 11 p.m.: Conference dinner. Judges at the dinner said Monahan behaved in a "bizarre" fashion but did not appear to be intoxicated. He kissed the hand of another judge, told off-color jokes in mixed company and suggested to one judge that he account for his Catholicism.
* 11 p.m.: Monahan was seen crossing or blessing himself in the hospitality suite.
* May 3, 12:15 a.m.: Some judges and their wives decided to go dancing at a nearby motel. Monahan got into the car with the group uninvited. The judges noticed Monahan ordering a drink from the bar and sipping from others' drinks. He snuffed out a cigarette in one drink, witnesses said, and walked around the dance floor staring at people.
* 1:10 a.m.: The judges return to their motels. En route Monahan attempted twice to get out of the car. The judges escorted him to his room.
* 2 a.m.: Police received a call of a break-in at 800 Dual Highway. They apprehended a man at the scene who gave several names. The man slapped one officer, cursed the police repeatedly and tried to pull the badges from their jackets.
* 3 a.m.: Monahan is charged, released into the custody of a judge and taken to the local hospital.
* 5 a.m.: Monahan's blood alcohol content is recorded at .228 percent, based on hospital tests.
* 8 a.m.: Monahan woke up in the hospital. His memory returned, but he did not know what had happened during the preceding 11 hours. Source: Court testimony and affidavits