U.S. v. L.T., 2010
The crucial issues involved reaching a satisfactory plea agreement with the government and obtaining a sentence at the statutory minimum for a lesser charge.
Case of M.C., 2018-19
M.C. was a foreign national employed in one of the World Bank institutions in Washington, D.C. She came to me when she was sued in federal court in the District of Columbia on civil counts related to human trafficking…
U.S. v. D.H., 2013
This case raised identification and witness credibility issues about my client, Ms. H, a young trans-gender female. The government charged her with one count of
Case of C.C., 2018-20
When her employer fired her, C.C. came to my office requesting help.
Matter of S.F., 2006 to 2009
Ms. F. was a citizen of a West African country who sought asylum in the U.S. to avoid a forced marriage back home…
U.S. v. D.W., 2009
I represented Mr. W, who originally faced felony assault charges…
U.S. v. C. E., 2013
The government charged C., a young, trans-gender female from the New York area who had recently moved to the District, with assault with a deadly weapon and other felonies…
U.S. v. T. S., 2009
The case went to trial, because my client, a heroin addict, insisted that she did not know…