Victor M. Glasberg letter to the editor of The Washington Post, February 27, 2017 PDF
"Teen Sues Police and Prosecutor," WUSA9 News, May 27, 2016. Link
"Virginia Board of Examiners Adjusts Mental Health Questions," Virginia Lawyers Weekly, May 5, 2016. PDF
"Shielding officers' identities would be an injustice for victims of police abuse," The Washington Post, February 24, 2016. Link | PDF
"$350k Verdict for Attack on Muslim Cabbie," Virginia Lawyers Weekly, December 8, 2015. Link | PDF
"Muslim Cabdriver Awarded Damages," Washington Post, December 8, 2015. Link | PDF
"Defendants get new deportation warnings," Virginia Lawyers Weekly, November 9, 2015. PDF
"Virginia judges to advice immigrants that guilty please could mean deportations," Washington Post, November 8, 2015. PDF
"Defendants get new deportation warnings," Virginia Lawyers Weekly, November 6, 2015. PDF
"Virginia Quietly Grants Death Row Inmates New Privileges," AP Wire, October 16, 2015. Link | PDF
"Virginia Relaxes Restrictions on Death Row Inmates," Washington Post, August 29, 2015. Link | PDF
"Prosecutors would have duty under VSB proposal; LEO takes 'Padilla' case into account," Virginia Lawyers Weekly, December 12, 2014. PDF
"Virginia Death Row Inmates Challenge Solitary Confinement," November 20, 2014. Link | PDF
Vic Glasberg, Alexandria Bar Oyez (April 2014). PDF
Comments on proposed revisions to Federal Rules of Civil Procedure, February 3, 2014. PDF
Sheriff’s video of assault on Carlos Garcia (October 28, 2011).
A lawsuit claiming a Kansas-based inmate health care provider
failed to provide adequate treatment to a mentally ill Virginia jail
inmate and died of dehydration can move forward, a judge has ruled.
Washington Post (December 28, 2010).
Was a mentally imbalanced inmate left to die in the Alexandria
jail? "Wrongful Death or Correct Care?" Connection (September 16,
Letter to Editor by Victor M. Glasberg, The Wrong Concerns on
Prison Rape, Washington Post (September 7, 2010).
Salvadoran woman alleges assault by airport contractor, Virginia
Lawyers Weekly (March 29, 2010).
Mitzi Macias, Trabajadores de restaurante exigen salarios
(Restaurant workers demand salaries), Washington Hispanic (February
Pamela A. MacLean, Bid to Sue 4th Circuit's Former Chief Judge Over
Fees Falters, The National Law Journal
(June 2, 2008).
Caryle Murphy, "Virginia Rights Lawyer Takes the Cases the Others
Shun," The Washington Post, May 30, 1988.