Criminal/Traffic Defense

  • Being charged with a criminal/traffic offense can be scary.
  • Being charged with a criminal/traffic offense can be confusing.
  • Being charged with a criminal/traffic offense can have real consequences, including the potential loss of your freedom and rights.

Remember, unlike other lawyers, I am admitted to practice in Virginia, Maryland, and Washington, D.C. and I provide free consultations. There is no substitute for a good criminal defense lawyer. You should have a criminal defense attorney to fight for your rights and freedom. In Virginia, a criminal case is pursued by the State of Virginia by the Office of the Commonwealth Attorney. The role of the Commonwealth’s Attorney is to prosecute those who have violated the law. The Commonwealth’s Attorney and his assistants are not looking out for your interests. You need a good criminal/traffic defense attorney to avoid jail time and/or pricey fines and costs. I have defended hundreds of people accused of crimes and traffic offenses through strong legal knowledge, counseling and evaluation of the facts and the evidence. Through sound legal knowledge, counseling, and evaluation of the facts and evidence, I have defended hundreds of people who have been accused of crimes and traffic offenses.

IMPORTANT NOTE
  • If you are accused of a crime/traffic offense be sure that you know your rights before speaking with anyone, including the police officer.
  • Sometimes, the police officer may make a mistake in the arrest, and or investigation of evidence collection process. It is in your best interests to obtain an attorney/lawyer to help you before making any admissions that can and will be used against you. I am knowledgeable about the law and I will file the appropriate motions to strike the evidence and/or dismiss the case against you if mistakes are made or violations occur.
  • Sometimes, the prosecutor makes a mistake in presenting the Commonwealth’s case, and because I know the law, I can and will object if and when necessary.