Each Friday, Homicide Watch brings you a list of upcoming hearings in the cases we follow. All hearings are scheduled for 9:30 a.m. unless otherwise noted. To add an item to the listing, email homicidewatchdc [at] gmail.com. To see scheduled court hearings beyond next week, see our calendar.
On Monday Eric Foreman is scheduled for a jury trial before Judge Robert Morin. Foreman is suspected of felony murder while armed in connection with the August 2010 shooting death of Catholic University graduate student Neil Godleski. Godleski was bicycling home from his job as a waiter at a restaurant when Foreman allegedly robbed him for $60 at gunpoint in Sherman Circle. Godleski was shot several times.
On Tuesday Delron Atchison is scheduled for a status hearing with Judge Thomas Motley. Atchison is suspected of second-degree murder for the shooting death of Demetrius Thompson.
On Friday Anthony Speight is scheduled for a status hearing with Judge Russell Canan. Speight pled innocent to first-degree murder while armed for the shooting death of Bill Mitchell.
Judge Morin is expecting Charles Coates on Friday for a trial readiness hearing. Coates is suspected of first-degree murder in the death of Eddie Leonard Jr.
David Warren and Montez Warren are scheduled for a status hearing with Judge Ronna Beck on Friday. They are suspected in the death of Ervin Griffin.
Judge Beck is expecting Stephanie Lawson for a status hearing on Friday. Lawson pled innocent to first-degree murder for the stabbing death of Karen Jordan.
Judge Motley is expecting Jekwan Smith for an ascertainment of counsel on Friday. Smith is suspected of first-degree murder for the death of Isaiah Sheffield.
Karl Pugh is scheduled for a status hearing with Judge Motley on Friday. Pugh pled innocent to second-degree murder for the death of Quentin Ragland.
Robert Carter is scheduled for a mental observation hearing on Friday before Judge Motley. Carter is suspected of first-degree murder in the shooting death of Angel Morse.
Please remember that court dates can change, even at the last minute. To view the docket of a case please go to the D.C. Courts website and search by the defendant’s name.