Tim Maloney quoted in Washington Post article on 100 year sentence

September 29, 2017

Deonte Carraway, 24, was an aide at Judge Sylvania W. Woods Elementary School, where authorities said he used his position to sexually abuse children and produce child pornography. He was sentenced on Sept. 28, and will serve his 100-year sentence simultaneously with the 75-year prison term he received last month in federal court on related charges.
Several of the parents of the abused children have filed several civil lawsuits against Carraway, Glenarden and the Prince George’s County School system. Maloney represents several of the families who have filed these lawsuits. 

“We are grateful for the court’s very strong sentence,” Maloney said, quoted in the article. “Now that the criminal cases have been concluded, our clients will now be able to seek relief in the pending civil cases.” Click the image below for the full article. 

Maloney is a preeminent trial lawyer who has obtained millions of dollars in recoveries for his clients in a wide variety of matters, including civil rights, employment discrimination, whistleblower actions and high-stakes business litigation. He is a committed advocate for the public good who has held leadership roles with many civic and charitable organization.