US Attorney’s Office, DC–Press Releases

Former Executive Director of Public Charter School Pleads Guilty to Stealing $29,000 in Funds -Defendant Wrote Series of Checks for Personal Benefit –

Former United Medical Center Employee Sentenced To a Year in Prison For Embezzling Over $335,000 in Overtime Pay -Defendant Manipulated Electronic Time-Keeping System –

Virginia Man Pleads Guilty to Weapons Offenses Stemming From July 4th Incident at Freedom Plaza -Defendant Brandished Shotgun in Video Filmed at the Site –

U.S. Consulate Official Pleads Guilty to Receiving More Than $3 Million in Bribes in Exchange for Visas -Scheme Allegedly Generated More Than $9 Million in Bribes –

Former Background Investigator for Federal Government Sentenced to Six Months in Prison For Making a False Statement

Specialty Hospitals of America to Pay United States -$4.2 Million to Resolve False Claims Allegations-

Rumor Has It . . .

Some exciting 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 . . .”