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We are pleased to announce that the firm’s partner Kirk Sripinyo has accepted a new job at the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services. The firm has benefited from and grown during Kirk’s tenure at the Law Office of Moore and Sripinyo, PLLC, so while we are excited for this new opportunity for Kirk, we are sad to see him leave the firm.
With this change, the Law Office name is reverting back to its prior name of Law Office of Samuel C. Moore, PLLC. The attorneys and staff remain committed to upholding the firm’s highest standards of representation and client advocacy across Northern Virginia, Washington, D.C., and military courts around the world.
Contact us today if you have a civil or criminal litigation need. And join us in congratulating Kirk in his new position.
The Law Office is pleased to welcome a new associate, Farheena Siddiqui. Farheena is a graduate of University of California, Los Angeles. She received her J.D. from The George Washington University Law School, where her internships ranged in different substantive areas of law including healthcare and civil and criminal litigation.
While at George Washington, Farheena participated in the Domestic Violence clinic and interned with Legal Aid, D.C. At the firm, Farheena’s practice is divided between criminal and civil litigation in courts across Northern Virginia.
Contact the office today to discuss any criminal and civil litigation needs or to set up an appointment for a consultation.
Mr. Samuel C. Mooreand I will be giving a presentation sponsored by the Military Law Society of the George Washington School of Law on the death-penalty appeal of Kenneth G. Parker. The presentation and round-table discussion is scheduled for 2 pm on January 26, 2017, at the George Washington School of Law. As you may know, Mr. Samuel C. Mooreand I litigated this appeal from opposite sides of the aisle. We look forward to sharing our experiences with you and hope you can attend.
Just like many of you, we’ll be celebrating Thanksgiving with our families. The Law Office will be closed Wednesday to Friday (the 23rd through the 25th), and we’ll be back to normal business hours on Monday the 28th.
Last week was a busy and exciting week for us. Kirk was down in Camp Lejeune, NC to defend a Marine Corporal against a variety of charges including sexual assault, assault, drunk and disorderly, false official statement, and orders violation. The Government dropped all but three charges after motions and the case went to trial on the charges for sexual assault, assault, and drunk and disorderly. After an exhausting two-day trial, the jury acquitted the Corporal of all the charges.
In addition to that, we got the order from the Court of Appeals for the Armed Forces (CAAF) granting an appeal in one of our other cases. Although we don’t expect that the actual oral argument will be held before spring, both Sam and I are looking forward to being back before the CAAF.
DISCLAIMER: THE CASE RESULTS DISCUSSED IN THIS NEWS POST DEPENDED ON A VARIETY OF FACTORS UNIQUE TO EACH CASE, CASE RESULTS DO NOT GUARANTEE OR PREDICT A SIMILAR RESULT IN ANY FUTURE CASE UNDERTAKEN BY THE FIRM.
We are pleased to announce that the Law Office of Samuel C. Moore, PLLC, is now the Law Office of Samuel C. Moore, PLLC. We will continue to represent clients in the areas of criminal, civil, employment, and military law.
Our office address and phone number remains the same. Please bookmark our new website and check out the contact us page to take note of our new email addresses. Thank you for continuing to support us as we grow!
Law Office of Samuel C. Moore, PLLC, moved to a new address: 526 King Street, Suite 506, Alexandria, Virginia 22314.
Just a few blocks from the prior address, the new location is just steps from the Alexandria City Courthouse. Contact the Office today to make an appointment or stop by and see us any time.