D.C. Superior Court Criminal Division: Judicial Assignments for 2022

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Here are the 2022 Judicial Assignments for the D.C. Superior Court Criminal Division

New CPO law takes effect in D.C.

Restraining Order

D.C.’s new law on civil protection orders (CPOs) redefines the category of people eligible for protection. It also extends coverage to animals, minors and victims of sex trafficking.

D.C. Superior Court extends judicial emergency

Jefferson Memorial

D.C. Superior Court has again extended the judicial emergency, this time through May 10, 2021. The Court will expand some operations.

Judicial emergency in D.C. is extended

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Chief Judge Anita Josey-Herring has issued an order extending the pandemic-related judicial emergency in D.C. Superior Court through March 31, 2021.

Kevin McCarthy should start with an apology

Kevin McCarthy

Kevin McCarthy wants unity? The ball is in his court. He should start by acknowledging that he was wrong to propogate the lie of a rigged election. He should start with an apology.

On character and grace

Trump at Resolute Desk

Donald Trump’s problems go beyond a lack of manners or character. He is also a sociopath. He does not learn. He has no shame. He is driven only by immediate self-interest.

Good judge. Bad person.

art work

A D.C. Superior Court judge — always one of my favorites — retires abruptly after being accused of sexually assaulting a 16-year-old girl.

White men, on the margin

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My mother once said that the hardest part about getting old was the fear of being marginalized. She felt this particularly acutely as an older woman. She complained about feeling invisible.

At Least There Are No Spelling Errors

The President of the United States has access to the best minds in the country. Presumably, this includes people with a basic grasp of grammar and syntax. “Despite this substantial income figure and tax paid, it is totally… Read More

D.C. Panel of Court-Appointed Lawyers for Juveniles

The 2015 list of lawyers eligible to accept court appointments in juvenile cases is now out. Chief Judge Lee F. Satterfield issued the order approving the list on October 23. The list will be good for the next… Read More