Have you been charged with a felony or misdemeanor offense in Prince William, Virginia? These charges can carry serious consequences and you need an attorney who can provide a plan to fight the charges that will keep your criminal record clean, avoid jail, and lengthy probation obligations. You need the best protection possible. You need the assistance of an experienced criminal defense attorney with the inside knowledge that comes from being a former prosecutor in Northern Virginia. Read more
Some Law Firms religiously post their case results as a marketing effort designed to elicit potential clients by viewing their successes. For the the firms that post notable cases and legal accomplishments, this method shows the firms or individual lawyers skill in litigating trial and appellate issues. It also indicates their commitment to crafting new law and their creative legal arguments. Read more
If you have been charged with Reckless Driving in Alexandria, Virginia, below are few things you should know before going to court.
Reckless Driving is a Criminal Charge
A conviction of reckless driving in Alexandria is a criminal conviction and will be put on your criminal record. Once convicted, you will not be eligible for an expungement to clear you criminal record of a reckless driving charge. Read more
Arlington County is the second largest city (if it were designated as such) in the Washington, DC area. With its close proximity to D.C. and flourishing nightlife, it’s no surprise that thousands of people are charged with DUI every year within its 25 square miles. However, it is important to note that not everyone arrested and charged will be found guilty; commonly referred to as being convicted. Read more
Fairfax County ranks amongst one of the wealthiest counties in America. It is no wonder that approximately 2,800 people are arrested and charged with DUI, DWI, or drunk driving (used interchangeably in Virginia) related offenses every year. However, it is important to note that not everyone arrested and charged will be found guilty; commonly referred to as being convicted. Read more
Arlington Prosecutors Will Negotiate with Pro Se Defendants!
In Arlington, the assigned traffic prosecutor will negotiate your reckless driving or other traffic related case with you. The prosecutor in Arlington will sit in a conference room located directly across the hall from Courtroom 3C. Read more
After a long anticipated four years working in criminal defense, I finally found the courage to break out on my own. Today marks the first of many posts that will be designed to inform and educate my clients and anyone willing to read. Read more