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Topic - D.C. Superior Court
A woman who prosecutors say chased a stranger at a bus stop while wearing a medieval costume and wielding a knife has been sentenced to five years in prison.
Six D.C. residents — including a teenage boy, a young mother and two brothers — were killed within 36 hours in an unsettling uptick of violence in the District.
D.C. Superior Court's main courthouse is closed for the day after a small fire.
The D.C. Council on Monday is set to consider a bill that would schedule an election for D.C. attorney general in November — likely the last chance to put the issue before voters for four years.
A District of Columbia man has been sentenced to 20 years in prison for fatally beating his girlfriend's 4-year-old son while babysitting the child.
D.C. residents will not be able to vote for the city's first elected attorney general in the April 1 primary following a decision Friday by a D.C. Superior Court judge.
For decades, the "public duty doctrine" has been cited by judges across the country to dismiss any number of cases seeking to hold police, firefighters and paramedics accountable for seemingly egregious violations of their duty.
A D.C. Superior Court judge will hear arguments Thursday from the city's sole candidate for attorney general, who is seeking to keep the election on the April 1 primary ballot despite lawmakers' decision to delay it.
A D.C. man who stabbed another man he met through a dating chat line has been sentenced to 16 years in prison.
An Internet talk show host and gun rights activist was sentenced to two years probation for a political stunt on July 4 during which he loaded a shotgun in the District's Freedom Plaza.