Judge Grants Continuance in Homicide Case

DC Superior Court Judge Milton Lee granted on Oct. 21 a continuance for a status hearing for parties involved in a homicide case.

Kevin Sewell, 31, is charged with first-degree murder while armed and possession of a firearm during in the time of crime of violence for his role in the death of his father, 43-year-old Kevin Lamont Robinson on Nov. 30, 2014, on the 600 block of Edgewood Street, NE. Sewell’s co-defendant, 36-year-old Charles Jeter, is also charged with first-degree murder while armed for his part in the victim’s death.

During the Friday hearing, the prosecution delivered additional evidence to the defense, but the prosecutor said that any information regarding the evidence will not be disclosed.

Jude Lee said the parties need to meet two weeks prior to the next hearing to discuss motions they wish to file and all evidence in the case. The next hearing will also identify what the parties have produced since the last hearing. 

A jury trial for Sewell is scheduled for Feb. 12, 2024. Jeter’s trial date has yet to been decided. 

Judge Lee scheduled the parties to return to court on Nov. 2. 

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