The City Paper has this news story about two men who served a total of 57 years for murders they did not commit. And now, with the help of Levin & Curlett LLC, they want those responsible to pay.
The common theme in this morning’s news is alleged misconduct by prosecutors and police:
In this lawsuit, brought by Chad Curlett of Levin & Curlett LLC, it is alleged that police officers lied in an arrest warrant (shocking!), leading to the arrest of the WRONG MAN.
news rumors coming out of the US Attorney’s Office in the District of Maryland:
AUSA Stuart Berman, the Greenbelt Branch Chief, is retiring after many successful years of government service. It is expected that Stuart will be joining a small law firm in the mid-Atlantic region.
AUSA Peter Nothstein has been detailed to the Senate Judiciary Committee for six months. Peter just recently received an annual award for excellence in prosecuting violent crime. See below.
AUSA Mark Crooks doesn’t just prosecute alleged criminals; he chases them too.
And let’s not forget these AUSAs, following the break: Continue reading “Rumor Has It . . .”
Felix Unger was asked to remove himself from his place of residence. That request came from his wife.
Happy Felix Unger Day from your friends at Levin & Curlett LLC, who vigorously defend those who are also asked to remove themselves from their homes (often by the feds).