Strickland v. United States of America et al

  1. April 20, 2023

    4th Circ.'s Chief Judge Must Sit For Depo In Harassment Suit

    A former federal public defender in North Carolina can depose the chief judge of the Fourth Circuit in her sexual harassment suit against the federal judiciary, a judge has ruled, finding that he has "firsthand knowledge" of the events giving rise to her complaint.

  2. April 05, 2023

    Judiciary Says Judge Depo In Harassment Suit Is 'Disruptive'

    The U.S. government asked a North Carolina federal judge to deny a former assistant federal public defender's deposition of Chief Circuit Judge Roger L. Gregory for the Fourth Circuit in her sexual harassment suit, arguing that Judge Gregory was barely involved in the events that led to the suit and that a deposition would disrupt his judicial responsibilities.

  3. October 23, 2020

    Ex-Defender Claims Fed Judiciary Liable In Harassment Suit

    A former assistant federal public defender who contends the judicial system failed her after she reported sexual harassment has urged a North Carolina federal court to determine that the federal government should be liable for violating her constitutional rights.

  4. August 17, 2020

    Ex-Defender Seeks Early Win In Harassment Handling Suit

    A former assistant federal public defender who has alleged that the system failed her after she reported sexual harassment told a North Carolina federal court on Monday that she is entitled to an early win on her claims that her civil rights and her rights to due process and equal protection were violated.

  5. March 30, 2020

    Ex-Defender Sues Fed. Judiciary Over Harassment Handling

    A former assistant federal public defender has sued the top administrative offices of the federal judiciary and their leaders, alleging they mishandled her report about a supervisor's harassment with an indifferent response.