I don't doubt you take your jobs seriously, what I have doubts about is whether the government (is concerned) about its obligationJudge tosses prosecution evidence Oct 08, 2008
It's very troubling that the government would utilize the records that the government knows were falseJudge tosses prosecution evidence Oct 08, 2008
We don't want to have any negative impressions going onStevens doesn't have to be at trial daily Sep 23, 2008
How does anyone give the City Council and the citizens any assurance that the federal government is doing anything about the problemJudge wants DC terror plans public Mar 24, 2005
Emmet G. Sullivan is a US District Court Judge in Washington DC.
Judge Emmet G. Sullivan was born in Washington, D.C. and attended public schools in the District of Columbia until his graduation from McKinley High School in 1964. In 1968, he received a Bachelor of Arts Degree in Political Science from Howard University and, in 1971, a Juris Doctor Degree from the Howard University School of Law. Upon graduation from law school, Judge Sullivan was the recipient of a Reginald Heber Smith Fellowship and was assigned to the Neighborhood Legal Services Program in Washington, D.C., where he worked for one year. The following year, he served as a law clerk to Superior Court Judge James A. Washington, Jr., a former professor and Acting Dean of Howard University School of Law.
In 1973, Judge Sullivan joined the law firm of Houston & Gardner. He subsequently became a partner and was actively engaged in the general practice of law with that firm until August 1980, when his partner, William C. Gardner, was appointed as an Associate Judge of the Superior Court of the District of Columbia. Thereafter, Judge Sullivan was a partner in the successor firm of Houston, Sullivan & Gardner.