D.C. council member’s son Christopher Barry, 34, has been arrested four times since early May.
The man told police he was sprayed with a household cleaner and had his belonging strewn over street.
Prosecutors said there was “insufficient evidence” to pursue case against Calvin Willis, 52.
Users can chat with and ask questions of court employees about their cases.
Probation officer, public defender disagree on option for 14 year old. .
The former player is accused of assaulting his ex-girlfriend at an Adams Morgan diner.
He spent 26 years in prison. The wrongful conviction is the latest in D.C. tied to FBI lab errors.
Hours before the relaxed D.C. law took effect, a few residents received jail stays and criminal citations.
Rasdavid Lagarde, 26, will go on trial Nov. 10 in connection with the killing of a Howard University student.
Prosecutors say David Wilson planned a robbery that led to Howard Venable’s stabbing in his apartment.
Between 2004 and 2006, the man repeatedly assaulted a girl who sang in the church choir he directed.
No one was injured in the burglary by a man who posed as a cable TV employee.
Joshua Morgan entered into a diversion program in an agreement with District prosecutors.
A D.C. photo exhibit puts the focus on those who must do without as the result of a loved one’s crimes.
The drive-by shooting was sparked by an argument between rival gangs, authorities said.
The D.C.-based anti-violence youth group misused city grant money to buy 2 SUVs, a judge rules.
Prosecutors drop charges against man who followed motorcade, triggering lockdown.
Joshua Mebane, who is also charged with murder in a second case, wants to go to trial, his lawyer says.
A man and two teens are charged in connection with death of a man who police say was targeted for his laptop.
Fourth annual event is effort to combat crime and violence in Washington.
Alexander covers crime, specifically D.C. Superior Court cases for The Washington Post. Alexander has covered dozens of crime stories from Banita Jacks, the Washington woman charged with killing her four daughters, to the murder trial of intern Chandra Levy.
Prior to covering crime, Alexander covered the airline industry and business travel for the Post’s financial section where he also wrote a weekly column called, Business Class. Alexander was a contributor to the 2007 Pulitzer Prize winning coverage of the Virginia Tech campus shootings as well as a contributor to the Post’s 2006 series and subsequent book, Being a Black Man. He has appeared on numerous national and local TV and radio news programs including the Today Show, MSNBC News, CBS Morning News, NBC News with Brian Williams, ESPN News, PBS’s McNeil/Lehrer and BET News.
Prior to joining the Post in early 2001, the award-winning writer also wrote for USA Today, BusinessWeek magazine and the Dayton Daily News.