Criminal Defense

The Law Office has passionate criminal defense attorneys who have the knowledge and expertise to help with almost any criminal matter. They have handled everything from serious and complex felony jury trials to misdemeanor and traffic offenses across Virginia, Washington, D.C., and under the military’s Uniform Code of Military Justice (UCMJ).

The Law Office’s attorneys practice regularly in Washington, D.C., Superior Court and across Northern Virginia jurisdictions including Arlington County, Alexandria City, Prince William County, Fairfax County, the Eastern District of Virginia (EDVA), and other jurisdictions across Virginia.

They know that while the specific charges and allegations may differ, each criminal defense case is important because it affects a client’s life directly and often permanently. From the loss of civil liberties associated with a felony conviction to the immigration consequences resulting from many misdemeanor convictions, each case deserves individualized attention and consideration.

Please contact the office today if you have been charged with a crime or if you believe that you are under investigation in Virginia, Washington, D.C., or in the military.

Among many other criminal defense matters, the Law Office handles the following types of offenses:

  • Assault and Battery: Va. Code § 18.2-57
  • Cyber/Computer Crimes: Va. Code § 18.2-152.1-152.16
  • Drug Possession and Distribution: 18.2-248 (manufacturing, selling, giving, distributing, or possessing with intent to manufacture, sell, give, or distribute); Va. Code § 18.2-250 (Possession); § 18.2-250.1 (Possession of Marijuana)
  • Domestic Assault: Va. Code § 18.2-57.2
  • DUI/DWI: Va. Code § 18.2-266
  • Fraud: Va. Code § 18.2-168-246.15
  • Hit and Run: Va. Code § 18.2-894 (injury or death or damage to attended property); § 18.2-95 (passenger involved in injury or death or damage to attended property); § 18.2-96 (damage to unattended property); §18.2-97 (passenger involved in damage to unattended property)
  • Larceny/Burglary/Embezzlement: Va. Code § 18.2-90 (Entering dwelling house, etc., with intent to commit murder, rape, robbery or arson; penalty); § 18.2-91 (Entering dwelling house, etc., with intent to commit larceny, assault and battery or other felony); § 18.2-92 (Breaking and entering dwelling house with intent to commit other misdemeanor); § 18.2-93 (Entering bank, armed, with intent to commit larceny); § 18.2-94 (Possession of burglarious tools, etc.); § 18.2-95 (Grand Larceny); § 18.2-96 (Petit Larceny)
  • Murder/Manslaughter: Va. Code § 18.2-30-33
  • Reckless Driving: Va. Code § 46.2-862
  • Sex Crimes: Va. Code § 18.2-61-67.10
  • Weapons Offenses: Va. Code § 18.2 Chapter 7, Articles 4 (Dangerous Use of Firearms or Other Weapons); 5 (Uniform Machine Gun Act); 6 (“Sawed-Off” Shotgun and “Sawed-Off” Rifle Act); 6.1 (Concealed Weapons and Concealed Handgun Permits); 7 (Other Illegal Weapons); 8 (Miscellaneous Dangerous Conduct)
  • White Collar Crimes: Va. Code § 18.2-204 (False Statement to Insurance Company); § 18.2-216 (Untrue, deceptive, or misleading advertisement, inducements, writings or documents); § 18.2-239 (Pyramid promotional schemes); § 18.2-246.3 (Money Laundering), Va. Code § 18.2, Chapter 10 (Bribery and Related Offenses; § 18.2-438—444.2); Va. Code § 18.2, Chapter 5, Article 4 (Embezzlement and Fraudulent Conversions); Va. Code § 18.2-59 (Extortion of money, property or pecuniary benefit); § 18.2-434 (Perjury); Va. Code § 18.2, Chapter 6, Article 1 (Forgery; § 18.2-168—173)

The full Virginia Code of Virginia can be found here.  If you have any questions about your specific legal matter, contact the law office today to speak with one of our experienced attorneys.