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Superior Court Updates Criminal Justice Act Panel

November 23, 2021

On November 23 the Superior Court of the District of Columbia issued Administrative Order 21-16, regarding extension of and additions to its Criminal Justice Act (CJA) Panel of attorneys. Unless suspended or removed, the provisional and full members are appointed until the date of reestablishment of the CJA Panel, which has been deferred past May 2022. The Committee on Criminal Justice Act Panel Attorneys will provide six months’ notice prior to the date applications are due for reappointment as a full panel member or for extension of provisional status.

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