Our Virginia Criminal Lawyer & Firm Serves these Counties, Cities, and Towns
The Vincenzes Law Firm service area includes all of Northern Virginia (including Spotsylvania County, all the way up to the Northernmost jurisdictions like Fairfax and Alexandria). On this page, we have listed the counties, cities, and towns we cater to. If your court hearing is in a different locality not on this page, let us know and we will either put you in touch with someone who can help you, or we may be able to make an exception to our normal service area (not common).
Because Fairfax County is the most populated Northern Virginia jurisdiction, we selected it as the ideal location for the Vincenzes Law Firm’s headquarters. To learn more about the specific courts and particularities about the cities and counties below, including important phone numbers, directions, and maps, click on the name of the jurisdiction.
County Courts Served by Our Virginia Criminal Lawyer
Note: if your county, city, or town does not have a unique page on our website at this time, it simply means our team is in the process of adding and designing it. We serve all of the locations below, regardless of whether or not there is a link at this time.
- Arlington County
- Caroline County
- Clark County
- Culpeper County
- Fairfax County
- Fauquier County
- King George County
- Loudoun County
- Page County
- Prince William County
- Rappahannock County
- Shenandoah County
- Spotsylvania County
- Stafford County
- Warren County
City Courts Served by Our Virginia Criminal Lawyer
- City of Alexandria
- City of Fairfax
- City of Falls Church
- City of Fredericksburg
- City of Manassas Park
Towns in Virginia
- Fairfax Station
- Front Royal
- Great Falls
- South Riding
Additional Resources Suggested by Our Virginia Criminal Lawyer
To learn more about Virginia cities, towns, counties (and their functions), this site provides a nice summary (while slightly outdated from 2009, much of it is applicable). To find out more specific other various cities and counties in Virginia, this list is from the official Virginia.gov website. The Code of Virginia § 44-113 covers appropriations of counties, cities, and towns. You may also wish to take a look at the cities and their respective parent counties.
To learn about the types of matters we handle, or to learn about Virginia laws and cases related to some of the kinds of cases we handle, view our Virginia criminal defense practice areas page.
Note: we do not list every type of case we may take. We are willing to talk to you regardless of the type of offense you have been accused of.
Some Virginia defense attorneys only handle traffic and misdemeanor cases; other firms specialize and focus on criminal appeals. While we are not a general practice firm (meaning we do not handle all legal matters), if you have a non-criminal matter and would like to know if we are willing to talk to you, send us a message or give us a call. If we cannot help you, we will gladly point you in the direction of a trusted law firm near you. Remember: all of our initial consultations are free, and we impose no strict time limitation.
Our Fairfax Criminal Lawyer and Firm Location
11325 Random Hills Rd., Suite 360
Fairfax, VA 22030
How to Reach Our Fairfax and Virginia Criminal Defense Law Firm
Toll Free: 888.695.6565 | Online Messages
Easy-to-remember URL: www.FairfaxCountyCriminalDefense.com
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