Sosefina Amoa, who had been studying to become a nun, could go to prison for 10 years.
The District man has been convicted of three killings. Prosecutors say two of them were a result of bad shots.
Eric Izlar, 42, jogged away from a staffer and out the hospital’s gate in December.
Judge rules that defense did not have access to information that prosecution should have provided.
The R&B singer is accused of hitting the man during an October incident outside a Washington hotel.
R&B singer was charged after an October incident outside a D.C. hotel. His attorney says he is innocent.
Eric Izlar was being held at St. Elizabeths psychiatric hospital on assault charges.
The man claimed that he slipped on a banana peel while exiting an elevator, but a video showed something else.
D.C. prosecutor Cynthia Wright handles some of the city’s most difficult prosecutions: cases involving slain children. Here are few of the cases she has handled, and some that are moving through the courts now. “Someone has to be the voice for these children who now, can’t speak for themselves,” Wright said.
Prosecutor Cynthia Wright handles some of the city’s toughest cases: those in which children are killed.
Cynthia Wright prosecutes some of D.C.’s most difficult cases — those involving the deaths of children.
No one injured; all proceedings scheduled for main building are postponed until Wednesday.
Commission on Judicial Disabilities and Tenure reviews complaints and concerns about D.C. judges.
After beating the boy, District man left him alone and dying to sell marijuana on the street.
Woodrow Johnson admitted driving his car while high on PCP and fatally striking Shamika Smith.
The 5-year-old case involves the killing of woman scheduled to testify for the prosecution in a drug trial.
The 21-year-old has been charged with suffocating and dismembering her newborn baby boy.
Corey D. Stoddard, 35, is accused of fatally running down a man who robbed him, court papers say.
Kevin Lanard James, 48, was found shot dead in the 1500 block of Gallatin Place NE.
He had videotaped himself loading a shotgun in Freedom Plaza, near the White House.
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.