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Daniel Wemhoff '83 in Legal Times on Extending Time to File Wrongful Death Lawsuits

Friday, May 25, 2012   (0 Comments)
Posted by: Max Rodriguez
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Daniel Wemhoff '83 proposed the D.C. Council pass the Wrongful Death Act of 2012, a bill that would extend the statute of limitations to file civil wrongful death lawsuits in Washington, D.C. from one to two years.

In a previous interview with the blog of the Legal Times, Wemhoff said he proposed the bill because he was having trouble researching a complicated case within the one-year time constraint. He was representing families of victims killed in a series of fatal shootings in Southeast Washington in March 2010, known as the South Capitol Street murders.

Read more in The BLT: The Blog of Legal Times, "D.C. Council Weights Extending Time to File Wrongful Death Lawsuits"


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