Washington Post – June 08, 1993
Criminal case alleging narcotics violations. Court held that State was entitled to continuance to comply with notice requirements prior to sentencing.
Police misconduct case alleging use of excessive force. Court held that the plaintiff was entitled to a new trial.
Washington Post – March 02, 1991
Police misconduct case alleging the use of excessive force. Court held that there was sufficient evidence of excessive force to warrant a trial.
Death penalty defendant wins a new trial based on the prosecutor’s racially discriminatory exercise of peremptory challenges in jury selection.
Juvenile filed petition to expunge arrest records. Court held that police records were subject to expungement.
Criminal case alleging first degree murder and rape. Court held that defendant was entitled to new trial because State used race as a factor in striking potential jurors.
Civil matter in which the Court held that an insurance company had waived the defense of arson, and was required to pay the plaintiff’s claim.
Civil case alleging a nuisance. Court held that case was barred by the statute of limitations.