Loudoun Criminal Lawyer

Loudoun Criminal Lawyer

Loudoun criminal lawyer

 

Our Northern Virginia defense law firm and even our founding Fairfax criminal lawyer is willing talk to you at no-cost and no-obligation. We serve all of the counties and cities in Northern Virginia, including Loudoun County.

If we are not able to help, we will put you in touch with a trusted colleague. Did you know? Loudoun and Fairfax Counties have been dueling in recent years as the U.S. counties with the highest income. Fairfax County has many more residents, but Loudoun is not small by any means: last year, the Loudoun population count was around 333,000.

Why are you visiting our Northern Virginia Fairfax and Loudoun County Criminal Defense page?

  • Maybe you or a loved one has a pending case;
  • maybe you or a loved one is under investigation; or,
  • maybe you or a loved one is having a hard time finding a job because of a charge on a public criminal record.

Whatever the situation may be, do not be afraid or hesitate to call us toll free at 888.695.6565. Alternatively, you may send us a message online.

This specific page will provide information about Loudoun County and its courts. You will find helpful maps, phone numbers, links to your local government websites, and much more. We have even added a fun-fact section at the bottom of the page. If you are looking for information about specific Virginia laws, then you may want to visit our homepage and click on the criminal defense menu item. This method will enable you to view various pages of our site covering the most frequently charged offenses in Virginia.

Frequently Visited Loudoun County Resources

Before we list the court information for Loudoun, you may want to visit the official Loudoun County government website. And if you have a specific concern, there is a convenient way residents may communicate online (not our site). Loudoun child support enforcement information can be found here. If you need to search for your case status or information, you may have luck using the Virginia Judicial System website case information page.

If you have a pending criminal case, it will be heard in one of the following courts:


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Loudoun County Circuit Court

Circuit court is where some criminal charges are heard (the more serious offenses, typically). You should always ask an attorney if you are not sure about the proper court to appear before.

The address of the court is:

18 E. Market St.
Leesburg, VA  20176

The phone number(s):

Ph: 703-777-0270
Ph: 703-777-0464

Email Contact (clerk):

circuitclerk@loudoun.gov

If you have a pending felony charge, you should read our Virginia felonies infographic for a basic understanding of the jail time and fines you face, if convicted. Most felonies are categorized according to a Class (e.g., Class 5)

Loudoun County General District Court

If you have a traffic case or a traffic-related misdemeanor, then it may be heard in General District Court (example: a Virginia reckless driving charge). But always check your Summons and if unsure, call the court. Sometimes, felony pre-trial hearings are heard in certain Virginia general district courts.

Going to Traffic Court in Loudoun (Leesburg)

18 E. Market St.
Leesburg, VA 20176
Ph: 703-777-0312

Non-Traffic (Criminal Cases)

18 E. Market St., 2nd Floor (Courtroom #3)
Leesburg, VA 20176
Phone: 703-777-0312

Juvenile and Domestic Relations

18 E. Market St.
Leesburg, VA  20176
Ph: 703-777-0300
Fx: 703-771-5039

You can email the chief judge using this form.

Why Does Your Loudoun and Leesburg Criminal Lawyer Have its Headquarters in Fairfax?

Did you know that in the Commonwealth of Virginia, the most populated county is Fairfax County? We decided it would be in everyone’s best interests to locate our headquarters where the most people are. For this reason, many people find us or have heard of our firm after they search for, or are told to search for the phrase,

Fairfax criminal lawyer

Why is this the case? We believe that it is a result of many thousands of people knowing about our firm. We are flattered. But we hope it does not cause confusion. Our headquarters is in Fairfax, but we gladly serve Loudoun County. Our well-known attorney, Brenton D. Vincenzes, would be happy to discuss whether or not your location (Ashburn) is a jurisdiction where the Vincenzes Law Firm can fight on your behalf. If you need any convincing that people typically find Brenton D. Vincenzes to be a thoughtful, helpful counselor and friend outside of the courtroom, and a trial-fierce, determined lawyer in the courtroom, simply follow him on Twitter, or like our firm’s Facebook page (be sure to tell us when you meet or call so you receive our fan appreciation discount. It can save thousands of dollars in some cases).

Do I Need a Lawyer? What if I Do Not Have Enough Money?

Regardless of the offense you or a loved one may be faced with, you should contact an attorney immediately. The reason? All criminal offenses stay on an adult’s record for life. This means that if you do not have a lawyer, not only will you be disadvantaged, but it is important to have a legal representative handle your case, whether it is a misdemeanor or felony, because ultimately it will most likely be in your best interests to get the charge sealed from public view. The process of removing a criminal arrest or charge from public view is known as “expungement.” Our Leesburg criminal lawyer and Leesburg and Loudoun reckless driving lawyer knows how important it is to expunge a record for future career-related reasons.

How to Proceed and Touch-Base with a Leesburg Criminal Lawyer

If your case is coming up, you should simply reach out to us to schedule a time or date to meet, and then do any research (assuming you want to do some independent research). Although there is no need to research the laws yourself if you hire us (because our Loudoun criminal lawyer will explain the charge, the possible defenses, and potential penalties), but we understand that people like to do some level of research on their own.

Be careful: there is a reason why Virginia lawyers are required to:

  • attend 3 years of law school;
  • take a professional responsibility examination;
  • take a dozen hours a year of continuing legal education courses; and,
  • pass what many experts believe to be the 2nd or 3rd most difficult Bar Exam in the U.S.A.

You see, it is not only the actual statutes or ordinances one must be familiar with…there are thousands of cases from the Virginia Court of Appeals, Supreme Court of Virginia, and even the United States Supreme Court…these courts’ prior decisions may have a bearing on the outcome of your case. Just because a particular issue was decided one way last year, does not mean it will be decided the same way this year. It takes a lawyer who is up-to-date on current laws. This is why more and more attorneys these days choose one area of law to practice. General practice attorneys are fading away, because quite simply, it is not possible to be the best one can be in all areas of the law, at least, in our Leesburg and Loudoun criminal lawyer’s opinion.

5 Facts About Loudoun County
Brought to you by our Loudoun Defense Attorney and Leesburg Criminal Lawyer

  1. Loudoun used to be the most populous county in the Commonwealth (during the American Revolution).
  2. James Monroe lived at Oak Hill (close to Aldie) after his presidential service.
  3. In 1984, close to 67% of voters in Loudoun were Republicans. The numbers have drastically shifted, and in 2012, more than half were Democrats.
  4. By far, the largest employer is Loudoun County Public Schools.
  5. In Ashburn, the National Transportation Safety Board operates one of its important offices.

In Addition to the Residents of Loudoun County’s Unincorporated Towns, Our Fairfax Criminal Lawyer Serves People from:

Airmont
Aldie
Arcola
Ashburn
Belmont
Bloomfield
Bluemont
Brambleton
Britain
Broadlands
Conklin
Dover
Dulles
Elvan
Eubanks
Gleedsville
Georges Mill
Gilberts Corner
Howardsville
Lansdowne
Leithtown
Lenah
Lincoln
Loudoun Heights
Lucketts
Morrisonville
Mount Gilead
Neersville
Oak Grove
Oatlands
Paeonian Springs
Paxson
Philomont
Potomac Falls
Potomac Green
Randolph Corner
River Creek
Ryan
Saint Louis
Scattersville
Silcott Spring
South Riding
Sterling
Sterling Park
Stewartown
Stone Ridge
Stumptown
Sycolin
Taylorstown
Telegraph Spring
Trapp
Unison
Virts Corner
Waterford
Watson
Waxpool
Wheatland
Willard
Willisville
Woodburn

 You can reach us

Toll Free: 888.695.6565.

Our office headquarters is located at:

Vincenzes Law, PLLC11325 Random Hills Rd., #360
Fairfax, VA 22030

If you wish to contact us online rather than a phone call, you can use our home page case evaluation form (to the left-hand side of the screen, near the top-middle area)

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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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