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The Washington Post quotes partner Karen Evans on controversial D.C. fire lieutenant's retirement

The Washington Post quoted Karen Evans in a story about the D.C. fire lieutenant in charge of the fire station that allegedly refused to help Medric Cecil Mills as he suffered a health emergency. Evans, an experienced trial attorney and partner with The Cochran Firm, D.C., represents the Mills family.

Their attorney, Karen Evans, said in a statement that allowing “the lieutenant off scot-free and to receive retirement without adverse action is outrageous.” She called the internal disciplinary system “inadequate and unjust.”

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