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A former city lawyer charged with obstructing an ethics violations investigation involving the top judge at the D.C. Office of Administrative Hearings has admitted guilt to some of the charges and agreed to testify against the top judge when her ethics hearing begins Monday.
WASHINGTON (AP) — A D.C. schools employee has been fined $1,500 for using her dead grandmother's handicapped-parking placard to park for free at work.
A D.C. Public Schools employee who works with disabled students was fined $1,500 Thursday for using a handicapped-parking placard that belonged to her dead grandmother in order to park for free at work.