EXPERIENCED. VETTED. APPROVED.
Judge Carlos Acosta
Judge Carlos Acosta has more than 30 years of legal experience. He was a District Court Judge for four years before being elevated to the Circuit Court bench. He is an adjunct professor of law at American University Washington College of Law teaching prosecutorial ethics and a gang homicide course. Immediately prior to going to the District Court, he was the Inspector General for the Prince George’s County Police Department responsible for oversight. Judge Acosta served as a prosecutor with the US Department of Justice and as a prosecutor in both the Prince George’s and Montgomery County Offices of the State’s Attorney.
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