Mohammad Anwar’s Alleged Teenage Murderers May Get Plea Deal, Which ‘Could Involve Home Detention Or Probation’

Mohammad Anwar’s Alleged Teenage Murderers May Get Plea Deal, Which ‘Could Involve Home Detention Or Probation’


Last week, a 66-year-old named Mohammad Anwar was killed in southeast Washington D.C., when he was thrown from his vehicle after two teenage girls allegedly assaulted him with a Taser and stole his car, causing it to flip.

According to the Washington Post, lawyers for the two teenage girls charged as juveniles “will soon receive plea-bargain offers from a prosecutor,” while “a trial in the case remains possible, if not likely, according to discussions in court Wednesday.”

“Appearing via video in D.C. Superior Court for the second time since the deadly incident occurred March 23, the girls, 13 and 15, looked on silently as defense lawyers and a prosecutor from the D.C. attorney general’s office talked about the next steps in the case with Judge Lynn Leibovitz,” the Washington Post reported.

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“The prosecutor, Bonnie Lindemann, gave no indication that her office is contemplating an attempt to transfer the older girl’s case to adult court, as D.C. law would allow under certain circumstances.

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