We are still accepting applications for our $1,000 Recognizing Public Servants Scholarship! We will award this scholarship to one student who best describes the importance of public service in our society, and why public servants and public defenders are important in our legal system. Please visit our website to learn more about this scholarship opportunity and how you can apply before the December 31st deadline https://criminallawdc.com/scholarship/
Attorney David Benowitz is thrilled to have been selected as a 2021 Washington, D.C. Super Lawyer for his continued commitment to social justice! David has been diligently serving those wrongly accused of crimes in Washington, D.C. and throughout the country for over 25 years, and is sought out for his knowledge and strategic approach towards cases. We are proud that his professionalism has been recognized for this achievement. Click the below link to learn more about David and his passion for his work.
We are proud to award the 2020 Recognizing Public Servants Scholarship to Kaitlyn Mcglothlen! We were inspired by Kaitlyn’s original desire to be a juvenile justice defender. We were equally motivated by her courage to change paths and focus on being a public servant in the form of a teacher in a classroom so that she could be a positive influence and help open doors to the youth in her community. Kaitlyn is pursuing her graduate degree at Central Washington University to become an ELL teacher. Visit our website to learn more about Kaitlyn and our previous scholarship winners.
We are excited to announce that David Benowitz has been recognized by Washingtonian as a 2020 Top Lawyer for Criminal Defense! For 25 years, David has zealously represented his clients in federal and local matters in Washington, D.C. and throughout the country. Thank you to our peers whose input helped him receive this recognition! To learn more about David and his dedication and passion for his work check out his bio below.
We are still accepting applications for our $1,000 Recognizing Public Servants Scholarship! We will award this scholarship to one student who best describes the importance of public service in our society, and why public servants and public defenders are important in our legal system. Please visit our website to learn more about this scholarship opportunity and how you can apply before the December 31st deadline. https://criminallawdc.com/scholarship/
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Price Benowitz LLP is continuing to serve the community during the COVID-19 outbreak through the implementation of The Helping Hand Initiative. This plan seeks to help individuals who are more vulnerable to the virus by enlisting volunteers who can deliver groceries, medicine, and other necessary supplies. If you would like to volunteer or know someone who may be in need of assistance, please contact [email protected]
Because your health is of the utmost importance to us, our team has begun working remotely. Our plan is to continue providing excellent service to our clients while ensuring the safety of our community and yours. https://criminallawdc.com/
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After we were provided a note that had never been previously disclosed naming another man as a suspect, a settlement was reached between my client and the U.S. Attorney’s Office releasing Mr. Bright.