Masks Will Be Optional at the DC Courts on April 1
As of April 1, 2023, the DC Courts’ Joint Committee on Judicial Administration will eliminate the requirement for wearing masks inside of DC Courts’ buildings.
DC Court Employees Are Stepping Up To Help At-Risk Kids in Our Community SOAR
The DC Superior Family Court Social Services Division (CSSD) kicked off an innovative 90-day pilot program that spotlights the power of volunteer mentoring and coaching, all with the hope of encouraging young people to succeed in school who are currently...
The Melvin R. Wright Youth Law Fair is back in person this year, and we can't wait to see you at DC Superior Court
The Melvin R. Wright Youth Law Fair is back in person this year, and we can't wait to see you. Students, grades 7th thru 12th are encouraged to attend. You can register online or just show up at DC Superior Court on Saturday, March 18th. DC Superior ...
Nine local parents reunite with their children, graduate from DC Superior Courts’ Family Treatment Court Program
Last month, nine parents dedicated to their families participated in the commencement ceremony for DC Superior Courts’ Family Treatment Court Program (FTC), graduating to lives without drugs and with their children. The program, created in 2003, is a...
The District’s Domestic Violence Intake Center Satellite Office in the Heart of Anacostia is Now Open
Meeting You Where You Are – Helping You When It’s Needed the Most The District’s Domestic Violence Intake Center Satellite Office in the heart of Anacostia is now open. Located by the ‘Big Chair’ at 2041 Martin Luther King Jr., Avenue, Southeast, ...