Caroline County Criminal Lawyer

Our Caroline County Criminal Lawyer Court and County Information Page


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Caroline County criminal lawyerOur Virginia Criminal Lawyer and Defense Attorney serves those charged or with a case pending in Caroline County, Virginia. Caroline County is known for its picturesque country-side: more than 500 square miles.

Well-known for being the home of famous race horse Secretariat, Caroline County is relatively sparsely populated compared to many Virginia counties.

As of the 2010 census, there were about 28,000 residents.

Caroline County General District and Circuit Courts

The court location (for GPS purposes) may differ from the mailing addresses in Caroline County, Virginia. See the Google Map for the court location.

112 Courthouse Lane, Bowling Green, VA

Mailing Addresses for the Caroline General District Court and Circuit Court

General District Court

P. O. Box 511
111 Ennis Street
Bowling Green, VA 22427-0511

Circuit Court

P. O. Box 309
112 Courthouse Lane, Suite A
Bowling Green, VA 22427-0309

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Caroline County General District and Circuit Court Phone Numbers Provided by our Caroline Criminal Lawyer

General District Court Main Line: (804) 633-5720
Circuit Court Main Line: (804) 633-5800

Additional Information for Arlington General District and Circuit Courts

Caroline County Clerk of Court
General District Court Website (court schedule, fax, phone, judges)
Circuit Court Website (judges, terms, contact information)

Interesting Info from Our Caroline Criminal Lawyer

Caroline County was first established in 1728. Not only is the famed horse Secretariat, from Caroline County, but this county is considered the birthplace of thoroughbred horse racing in Northern America. The well-known towns of Caroline County are: Bowling Green and Port Royal. Mildred Loving was from Caroline County (the plaintiff from the famous Supreme Court Case, Loving v. United States, the case that would eventually lead to the legality and later wide-spread acceptance of interracial marriage in the United States of America). Compared to some areas in the Commonwealth of Virginia, Caroline County has not seen explosive population growth. For example, in 1790 there were fewer than 18,000 residents. Today (as of 2010), more than 200 years later there are between 28,000 and 29,000.

 

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Brenton D. Vincenzes is a lifelong Fairfax County resident and Fairfax Criminal Defense Lawyer. He is a member of the Virginia Association of Criminal Defense Lawyers, National College of DUI Defense, NORML, and has been awarded the following in 2014-15: Top 100 Trial Lawyer (National Trial Lawyers) Top 40 Under 40 Trial Lawyer (National Trial Lawyers) Nationally Ranked Top 10 Under 40 Defense Attorney (National Academy of Criminal Defense Attorneys) 10 Best in Client Satisfaction for Criminal Defense (American Institute of Criminal Law Attorneys) Nationally Ranked Top 1% Attorney Award Recipient (National Association of Distinguished Counsel) As a local leader, Mr. Vincenzes mentors troubled youths, volunteers his time to serve at his church, takes select pro bono clients, and strives to improve the community. Mr. Vincenzes represents men, women, and juveniles through zealous and diligent advocacy, strategic planning, and skilled trial work preparation. Mr. Vincenzes' areas of criminal law practice are broad, and include most felonies and misdemeanors such as: reckless driving, DUI & DWI, drug offenses, assault and battery, domestic violence, assault on an officer, destruction of property, alcohol offenses, firearm offenses, larceny, shoplifting, embezzlement, fraud, and other theft offenses, and moving traffic violations among others. His private legal services are available in most Northern Virginia jurisdictions, including Fairfax County, Arlington County, Prince William County, Loudoun County, Stafford County, Alexandria, Manassas, Leesburg, South Riding, and other cities and towns.

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