Top Centreville Criminal Defense Lawyers - Virginia

Serving Northern Virginia Since 1980 The law offices of Ronald E. Smith, P.C. is a professional corporation in partnership with John S. Lawrence P.C., and Lance D. Gardner, P.C. together we have served the communities of Northern Virginia since 1980. We are a local firm dedicated to providing effective legal services to clients who have been charged with felony and misdemeanor crimes, DUI/DWI...

Robinson Law, PLLC is a criminal, traffic and DUI/DWI law firm located at 3950 Chain Bridge Road #6 Fairfax, Virginia 22030. The firm focuses on all adult and juvenile criminal and traffic offenses, including but not limited to: DUI/DWI, drug crimes, larceny, assault and reckless driving. As soon as he is retained, Michael provides all clients with his personal contact information and encourages...

Noorishad Law, P.C. At Noorishad Law, P.C., our mission is to provide effective and aggressive representation focused on achieving your individual goals. With extensive legal knowledge, years of experience and numerous professional resources, we are well-equipped to handle the most complex cases in the following areas: Criminal Defense: Violent offenses Traffic offenses Drug offenses Theft...

Welcome to S&R Law Firm! At S&R in Fairfax, Virginia, we offer free legal consultations 24 hours a day, seven days a week. If you have questions about criminal defense, traffic law, or family law, contact our law office today for your free phone or office consultation. S&R Law is conveniently located across the street from Fairfax County Courthouse.   Our firm consists of three...

Experienced Criminal Defense Attorneys Dedicated To Protecting You At the Law Offices of Patrick N. Anderson & Associates, we have more than 30 years of experience representing the rights of the accused. Located in Alexandria, we represent clients throughout northern Virginia. Over the years, we have gained the reputation for being one of the most experienced criminal defense firms in the...

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