Christina Caron-Moroney earned her bachelor’s degree in Political Science and Criminal Justice from the University of Maryland, College Park. Following her bachelor’s degree she attended Catholic University, Columbus School of Law, where she earned her Juris Doctorate Degree.
After completing law school, Christina took a position as a Judicial Clerk to the Honorable Judge Warren J. Krug, who was serving as the Administrative Judge of the Circuit Court of Calvert County, MD.
After her clerkship, Christina served as a prosecutor for Prince George’s County, MD where she worked for six years. Pursuant to her experience in the State’s Attorney’s Office she gained deep experience in handling hundreds of cases involving a broad variety of criminal case types and developed a proven track for her trial work. She prosecuted cases involving individuals who had major criminal records, who were serial criminals and who were repeat offenders, and she successfully obtained convictions for trials charging offenders with: murder, armed carjackings, robberies, human trafficking, as well as, rape and sexual assaults, just to name a few. She has also successfully prosecuted serial robbery cases and serial burglary cases. Christina has never lost a trial that involved a crime of violence.
Christina has taken this vast amount of trial experience to now focus on civil litigation, in the areas of personal injury, workers’ compensation, landlord tenant disputes, contract disputes, litigation arising on the county level and several other areas of civil law. She has been specializing in personal injury and workers’ compensation law for over seven years and obtained several million-plus dollar settlements and won hundreds of thousands of dollars for clients at trial.
Christina works as an adjunct professor at the College of Southern Maryland where she teaches an array of criminal justice courses.
Committed to building the community, Christina has served with a variety of community outreach programs, including the Prince George’s County Human Trafficking Task Force, the Suitland Crime Action Team, the Rising Stars Program for at risk youth, and several others.
Currently, she is an active board member on the Washington, D.C. Advisory Counsel for the Caron Treatment Centers, a nationally known nonprofit organization with a decades long record of serving individuals suffering from addiction.
Maryland Federal Court
PROFESSIONAL ASSOCIATIONS AND MEMBERSHIPS
Prince George’s County Bar Association
Calvert County Bar Association
Prince George’s County Women’s Bar Association