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WASHINGTON, DC - nominated today, President Obama, Danya Ariel Dayson, Peter Arno Krauthamer, and John Francis McCabe, Jr. serving as a judge in partial richtigungsweisenden of the Supreme Court in the District of Columbia.
"Her career these people a commitment to justice and public service showed while" , said President Obama. "I am proud to be them, the Court of Justice in the District of Columbia nominate Supreme."
Danya Ariel Dayson: Nomination for the Supreme Court of the District of Columbia
Transdomo Ariel Dayson is a lawyer with the firm of O'Toole, Rothwell, Nassau & Steinbach, where their practice includes litigation in the State and federal courts. She represented criminal defendants in a large number of cases of drug-related offences on capital cases. Ms. Dayson serves the domestic relationships and paternity and support Subcommittee of the family court Implementation Committee and volunteers as a coach and the family court self help on the Supreme Court in the District of Columbia. She is a member of the Steering Committee for the family court section of the District of Columbia Bar Association. Ms. Dayson serves as an adjunct professor at the George Washington University School of law. She received two degrees Bachelor of Arts in political science and Russian and Eastern European studies at Appalachian State University and received her law degree from the Georgetown University Law Center. After law school, Mrs Dayson was as a law clerk to the Honorable Robert E. active Morin by the Supreme Court in the District of Columbia.
Peter Arno Krauthamer: Nomination for the Supreme Court of the District of Columbia
Peter Arno Krauthamer is Deputy Director for public defender service for the District of Columbia, where he managed a team of approximately 220, including 110 lawyers. He is also responsible for the definition and implementation of policies, participation in the formulation and implementation of the budget and the advice of the Director on various legislative initiatives. Mr. Krauthamer started his career as a staff attorney in the service of the public defender in 1983. He was promoted to the head of the Department trial 1990 and training Director in 1992. From 1994 to 1995, Mr. Krauthamer was an employee lawyer with the Federal Public Defender for the District of Columbia. In 1995, became a professor at the Howard University School of law lawyer as Assistant Professor and clinical surveillance and remained until 2000 in those positions. From 2000 to 2004 he was Deputy Director for the District of Columbia Pretrial Services Agency. Mr. Krauthamer received a Bachelor of Arts degree from Brandeis University and earned his law degree from the Boston University School of law.
John Francis McCabe, Jr., Nominee for the Supreme Court of the District of Columbia
John Francis McCabe, Jr., is a magistrate judge on the Supreme Court in the District of Columbia. Since his appointment in 2002, he has in the Court and has the Chair of the Criminal Division in offense trials, indictments and preliminary hearings. Since 2010, he is a judge and the alternate Chairman, Deputy Chairman judges of the District of Columbia Commission on mental health. He also served as co-Chair of the Committee training family court. From 1998 to 2002, judge McCabe worked as an Assistant for the United States Attorney in the District of Columbia, and from 1990 to 1998 he served as Assistant Corporation counsel with the Office of the Corporation counsel (now the Office of Attorney General for the District of Columbia). From 1989 to 1990 judge McCabe was a staff attorney of aid society of the District of Columbia, and from 1986 to 1989 legal, he was associate at Peterson young even & Asselin, in Atlanta, Georgia. Judge McCabe holds a Bachelor of Arts degree in economics from Duke University and earned his law degree from the Tulane University law school.
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