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Superior Court Names Additional Attorneys Eligible for Pro Bono Appointments

February 07, 2022

In Administrative Order 22-02 issued on February 4, the Superior Court of the District of Columbia named three Hogan Lovells US LLP attorneys who are permitted to receive pro bono appointments in serious misdemeanor and low-level felony cases involving adults. Karl Lockhart, Rupinder Garcha and Carina Tenaglia, who have completed training with the Superior Court Trial Skills Program, can now accept appointments at the discretion of the appointing judge or magistrate judge.

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