June 12, 2019
There is good news for D.C. criminal defense lawyers: Prostitution-related arrests can be expected to rise in the coming months.
Q: Ms. Jones. You realize that when the police interviewed you, they were wearing body worn cameras? A: Actually I didn’t know that. That’s not something I was aware of.
May 28, 2019
D.C. Code § 48-904.01(e) provides for the expungement of a drug case in Washington, D.C. upon the successful completion of pre-sentence probation.
May 21, 2019
Although the usual practice is for the CPO hearing to “trail” the criminal case, the defendant/respondent might want the CPO hearing to go first.
If you have been served with a civil protection order (CPO) petition in D.C. and you yourself are the victim of abuse, you can file for a CPO of your own.
May 19, 2019
Although many people proceed without legal representation, a good lawyer can serve as your advisor and advocate, particularly if you decide to litigate the CPO.
May 10, 2019
In most cases, the FBI will – as a courtesy – comply with a state court’s order to remove a criminal record from the National Crime Information Center (NCIC).
May 7, 2019
There is always a defense in domestic violence cases in Washington, D.C.
A specific crime (e.g., simple assault) should not be confused with a general category of crimes (e.g., domestic violence).