D.C. Superior Court
A Pennsylvania congressman’s press secretary has pleaded guilty to misdemeanor weapons charges.
One of the nation’s oldest museums and its art college will be allowed to merge with two larger institutions, effectively dissolving one of the few independent art galleries in the nation’s capital, a judge ruled Monday.
District of Columbia residents with jury duty will watch a new orientation video before starting their service, a video that includes clips from classic legal movies such as “A Time to Kill” and “12 Angry Men.”
A D.C. man who stabbed another man he met through a dating chat line has been sentenced to 16 years in prison.
Two new magistrate judges have been appointed to serve on the D.C. Superior Court.
R&B singer Chris Brown’s next court appearance in Washington is now scheduled for Jan. 8.
A gun-rights activist who posted a video of himself loading a shotgun in a downtown Washington plaza has pleaded guilty to federal weapons charges.
The D.C. Superior Court says it is adding a second marriage ceremony room and boosting marriage bureau staffing to accommodate an increase in applications believed to be the result of the Supreme Court’s gay marriage ruling.
A District of Columbia man has been convicted of killing his mother and attacking his younger brother.
Former Chairman of the Council of the District of Columbia Kwame Brown, after resigning from his post, was charged Thursday with the misdemeanor of making unlawful cash campaign expenditures and aiding and abetting.