At The Law Office of Gregory R. Hough, P.C., I leverage my criminal defense background to provide zealous and effective representation to clients in Richmond and throughout Central Virginia, who have been charged with a crime. My work as a public defender gave me a detailed insight into the Virginia criminal law system, allowing me to provide informative guidance to each of my clients and their unique situations. In addition to my standard legal practice, I handle expungements as well.
Ed Riley is a trial lawyer. He is admitted to practice law in both state and federal trial courts in Virginia, and has successfully argued before the Supreme Court of Virginia and the United States Fourth Circuit Court of Appeals. Mr. Riley has been dedicated to successfully practicing criminal and traffic defense for over two
Prior to entering private practice several years ago, Mr. Wells served as an Assistant Attorney General in the Health Care Fraud section of the Office of the Attorney General for the Commonwealth of Virginia. In that capacity, he was responsible for supervising various fraud investigations and litigating Virginia false claim actions in federal court pursuant to the Federal False Claims Act and the Virginia Fraud Against Taxpayers Act.
Nicholas has built a reputation as a well-respected, zealous and tenacious trial attorney who practices in Circuit and General District Courts including Juvenile, Domestic Relations, and Traffic. He has over 5 years of experience in the criminal sector handling matters including but not limited to traffic, crimes of violence, sex, property, and narcotics.
Standish Alexander is a 1990 graduate of the University of Virginia and is a 1993 graduate of the TC Williams School of Law at the University of Richmond. Alexander Law Office, P.C. is accredited by the Better Business Bureau with an A+ rating. Standish Alexander, Esq. has been ranked by the NAFDD, LLC as one of the Top 100 DUI attorneys in Virginia, has a rating of Superb 10.0/10.0 with AVVO.com, has been listed in Rue Ratings' Best Attorneys of America, and is listed on as a Top 100 trial law
I am John A. March, and I represent people facing criminal charges in Richmond and throughout Virginia. With more than 17 years of experience handling criminal cases in both the state and federal courts, I understand the numerous pressures facing my clients. Beyond just fines or time in jail, criminal charges can derail your life and close the door on future opportunities. That is why I provide clear counsel and aggressive representation focused on achieving the best possible outcome in your ca
Brittany Auberger defends adults and juveniles on misdemeanor and felony traffic and criminal matters. She spends most days in the courtroom representing clients on a wide variety of crimes which include reckless driving, drunk driving, underage possession of alcohol, possession and distribution of drugs, assault and battery, larceny, embezzlement, and many others.
At the law firm of Carol A. N. Breit, Attorney at Law, in Richmond Virginia, I give clients the individualized time and concern they deserve. Because I recognize that each case is unique, I evaluate all facts individually to find the most successful outcome for each client. As a skilled negotiator, I recognize that some cases are best settled through alternatives to litigation. Nonetheless, I have years of litigation experience, and will aggressively represent clients in court, if necessary. Co
As attorneys handling your defense against criminal charges and reckless driving tickets, we know that our job is to give you straightforward answers in your case. These are not always the answers that you want to hear, but they will be the answers you need to hear in order to make informed decisions about your case, and we will be here to help you with every step of this process.
If you have been charged with a serious traffic violation such as reckless driving, a DUI/DWI or a criminal offense, it is important to hire the best attorney you can find. A conviction for a serious traffic violation or a criminal offense can have significant long-term consequences. Even a conviction for simple speeding should be avoided if at all possible.
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