Posts Tagged ‘D.C. Attorney General’

The Needle: The Birds

Scavenger Hunt: The snowy owl may have been a temporarily cute addition to the downtown landscape, but vultures? Not so much. Two vultures are apparently calling the intersection of K and 11th streets NW their home. Advice to the vultures: Watch out for buses on the streets. In the meantime, let the scummy Congress and D.C. [...]

District Line Daily: In the Council We Trust

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The council voted to push back the first election of D.C.'s attorney general to 2018, despite [...]

Nickles Goes After Another Special Ed Lawyer

Attorney General Peter J. Nickles isn't letting no federal judge get him down.
Nope, mere weeks after U.S. District Judge Richard W. Roberts threw down on him for pursing lawyer John A. Straus, Nickles announces today he is embarking on a similar effort against Fatmata Barrie and her employer, the Law Office of Christopher N. Anwah. [...]