October 20, 2015. $75,000 settlement against Prince George's County Police Department for client who alleged she was unlawfully arrested and pepper-sprayed.
July 8, 2016. Convictions reversed for court-appointed criminal defendant. DC Court of Appeals held that the trial court improperly denied a jury trial. Because the trial judge acquitted the defendant on some charges, and remaining charges would not qualify the defendant for a jury trial, the government argued that the only remedy was to remand for a judge trial, which the defendant already received. The appeals court rejected that argument and remanded for a jury trial on the convictions.
July 11, 2016. Following a victory against WMATA challenging their policy against busking, the U.S. District Court for the District of Columbia awarded 100% of requested fees for attorney Sean Day and two co-counsels.
June 30, 2015. After a five-day trial (Circuit Court for Prince George's County), judge awarded 50% joint custody to father/client where mother had previously been primary custodian.
October 10, 2014. Judge ruled that Calvert County procedures for dangerous dog hearings were not authorized by existing law. "Potentially Dangerous Dog" designation of client's dog overturned.
LISTED CASES ARE A SAMPLE OF SOME OF THE CASES SEAN R. DAY HAS HANDLED.
PLEASE NOTE THAT NO RESULTS CAN BE GUARANTEED IN ANY CASE.