Search Result

Search Tags:  D.C. Superior Court

Freed D.C. murder suspect accused in 2 shootings

A murder suspect who was awaiting trial but was released from jail is now arrested again, charged in another shooting and a kidnapping that left another man dead.

Thursday - 01/31/2013, 02:41pm EST

Tags: shooting, The Washington Post


Tree-climbing anti-abortion activist banned from D.C.

A California man has been banned from D.C. after climbing a 40-foot tree on Inauguration Day and yelling his way through the ceremony.

Wednesday - 01/23/2013, 02:42pm EST

Tags: alicia lozano, anti-abortion, inaguration day

Son of Va. Congressman pleads guilty to assault charge

Patrick Moran, the son of a Virginia congressman, is having a bad year. First he was caught on tape discussing how to commit voter fraud. Now he has pleaded guilty to assaulting his girlfriend.

Thursday - 12/13/2012, 01:43pm EST

Tags: crime, courts, Patrick Moran, Jim Moran, Hank Silverberg

Ivy City residents sue over proposed bus depot

It's not every day a judge holds a proceeding out on the street. But that's what happened Monday when a judge wanted to see for herself why some Northeast D.C. residents are suing the District.

Tuesday - 11/27/2012, 07:57am EST

Tags: ivy city, Union Station, Judith Macaluso, WJLA, mark segraves

Arrest made in fatal Southeast DC stabbing

Monday - 06/04/2012, 06:25pm EDT

Tags: stabbing

U.S. drug czar to speak at DC court graduation

The nation's drug czar will be speaking at the graduation ceremony for women who have completed a parenting and anti-drug program in Washington.

Tuesday - 05/15/2012, 03:56am EDT

Tags: Gil Kerlikowske, drugs, rehab, Family Treatment Court,

Hospital: Man charged in socialite wife's death not competent

A German-born man indicted for murdering his 91-year-old socialite wife in their Georgetown home is currently incompetent to stand trial, mental health experts at Saint Elizabeths Hospital say.

Wednesday - 03/14/2012, 12:32pm EDT

Tags: Albrecht Muth, Viola Drath,

D.C. court removes poster honoring '60s radical Angela Davis

A poster at D.C. Superior Court honoring African American women in politics, including 1960s-era radical Angela Davis, has been abruptly removed. Davis, a former college teacher spent time on the FBI's Ten Most Wanted List in connection with a 1970 California courthouse attack in which a judge was killed.

Tuesday - 03/13/2012, 06:08am EDT

Tags: Angela Davis, Michelle Obama, Shirley Chisholm, Condoleeza Rice, Carol Mosely Braun, Patricia Roberts Harris, Barbara Jordan, Fannie Lou Hamer, poster honoring African American women, Dick Uliano

D.C. man sentenced for robberies of taxi drivers

A District of Columbia man has been sentenced to 30 years in prison for robbing taxicab drivers at gunpoint.

Saturday - 02/11/2012, 05:11pm EST

Tags: Kevin Stoddard, taxicab drivers

  • 2