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Summary of Recent Court Cases
Carl Lott, 47, of Washington, D.C., pled guilty to arranging to have sexual contact with a child. Six men, all from Washington, D.C., pled guilty to charges stemming from various gang-related crimes, including beatings, attempted robberies, and obstructing justice. Anthony Speight, Jr., 24, of Washington, D.C., was sentenced to a 21-year prison term for the January 2011 slaying of a man following a robbery attempt in Northwest ' Washington. Former Congressman Jesse L. Jackson, Jr., 47, pled guilty to conspiring to defraud his re-election campaigns of about $750,000 in funds that were used to pay for a range of personal items and expenses, including jewelry, fur capes and parkas, high-end electronics, celebrity memorabilia, furniture, kitchen appliances, and a home renovation project. Kristen M. Jasper, 28, a former background investigator for the U.S. Office of Personnel Management (OPM), was sentenced to six months of home detention and ordered to pay $ 109,000 in restitution for falsifying work on background investigations of federal employees and contractors.
A detailed description of these Superior Court and District Court cases is inside
The 5th Police District
Supervisory Community Outreach Specialist Brenda Homer 202-492-2572 SD Community Prosecutor Jamila Hodge
SD Community Outreach Specialist 202-698-0145 Monica Veney SD Police Station 1805 Bladensburg Road, NE
UNITED STATES ATTORNEYS OFFICE COURT REPORT The United States Attorney's Office for the District of Columbia will no longer be posting the Court Reports to our internet site. Community Outreach Specialists will continue to distribute the Court Reports through our email distribution lists and will immediately forward Court Reports to our community partners upon request. The Court Reports will no longer be posted to the internet site because we have learned that several individuals who were initially arrested with a crime were subsequently successful in obtaining a court order to permanently seal their arrest records. However, due to their arrest initially being placed on the internet via the Court Reports, these individuals were unable or had significant difficulty in removing this information from the world-wide web. Accordingly, removing the Court Reports from our internet site, while still continuing to provide these reports through our email distribution lists, strikes the appropriate balance between the community's desire to be informed versus fairness to these individuals. If you have any questions, please contact your community prosecutors.
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