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Law Offices of G. Allen Dale - Washington, DC

901 New York Avenue, NW Suite 500 Washington, DC 20001

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Updated: 05/18/2020

Washington Criminal Law Firm

Overview

Mr. Dale, 59, a native North Carolinian, has lived in Washington, D.C., since 1973, first working for the late Senator Sam J. Ervin, Jr. on the Watergate Committee. He graduated Georgetown University Law School in 1977, and has practiced law since then as a solo practitioner. Dale, one of Washington's best known attorneys, specializes in criminal law.

Dale first gained notoriety in the mid 1980's while representing D.C., then Mayor Marton Barry's acquaintance turned accuser Karen Johnson, plasti ...

About Law Offices of G. Allen Dale

Practice Areas

  • Criminal Law
  • White Collar Crimes

Honors

  • Profiled by Washington Post, October 13, 1987
  • Profiled by Washington Times, September 24, 1987
  • Profiled by Legal Times, 1988
  • Profiled by Washington Magazine, 1989
  • Named "One of the District's Best Criminal Defense Attorneys" by Washington Magazine, 1989
  • Received AV Ratings by Martindale Hubbel Law Directory ("A" in Legal Ability Rating and "V" in General Recommendation Rating - Both the Highest Ratings Possible)
  • Recognized as One of America's Preeminent Lawyers

Published Works

  • Civil & Criminal Liability of Police Officers, The Police Advocate, 1977

Representative Clients

  • Karen Johnson
  • Dr. Elizabeth Morgan
  • Randy Miles Jeffries
  • Robert Luongo
  • Brian Mooar
  • Joanne O'Rourke
  • Jeffrey Stowe

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Office Information

Address

901 New York Avenue, NW Suite 500 Washington, DC 20001

Fax

  • 202-628-4177

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