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The Law Office of Charles C. Cosby, Jr. - Richmond, VA

1904 Byrd AvenueSuite 301 Richmond, VA 23230- 3029

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Updated: 06/04/2020

Richmond Criminal Law Firm


Mr. Cosby has been practicing in criminal law for over thirty years. He graduated from the T.C. Williams School of Law in 1977, and became a law clerk for the Virginia Supreme Court. After completing his tenure as a law clerk, he became an Assistant Commonwealth's Attorney for the City of Richmond and prosecuted criminal cases for four years.

He completed the career prosecutor's course at the University of Houston, in Houston, Texas...

About The Law Office of Charles C. Cosby, Jr.


  • English

Practice Areas

  • Criminal Law
  • Traffic Violations
  • White Collar Crimes


  • 100%


  • Inclusion on Super Lawyers Website (, 2006 - Present

Classes and Seminars

  • Taught "Legal Research & Library", University of Richmond Virginia State Police Training Academy, Richmond Police Dept., 1982 - 1984
  • Guest Speaker, Virginia State Police Training Academy, City of Richmond Police Dept., Training Facility, Top-Gun Program at College of William and Mary Where Drug Prosecutor's Investigators Obtain Training




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Office Information


1904 Byrd AvenueSuite 301 Richmond, VA 23230- 3029


  • 804-788-8008

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