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Our attorneys have the knowledge to answer your questions about a criminal case. Attorney Thomas Soldan is a Past President of the Fauquier County Bar Association, and has years of experience practicing law in this area of Virginia. You may have been ticketed for a traffic offense. This has left you unsure about whether you can drive. You may have been arrested for shoplifting. You agreed to pay the merchant back for certain items, and now you want to know if this was the right decision. You may have been accused of selling illegal drugs. Your vehicle has been seized by the police. You want to talk to a Fauquier County criminal lawyer to see if the seizure is legal.
The job of a criminal attorney is to advise you on what you should do next in order to protect your rights. There are ways to negotiate with a prosecutor and an alleged victim. If you want to take a plea offer, you may be eligible for community service or a first offender disposition. You may even want to turn down a plea offer and take the case to trial. One of the attorneys with our firm will help you explore all of your options and advise you on the best strategy. In addition, she understands that going before a judge can be a stressful situation so she will work with you to make sure you understand the court process.
Our lawyers have access to databases that contain the most recent cases and statutes and will perform appropriate research to ensure she is fully aware of all case law that applies to your case. We will explain technical language in the cases or statutes, so you fully understand the charges against you and how to proceed.
We do not want to overwhelm you with unnecessary information; however, they will keep you fully informed at every step of your case. For a free consultation with an attorney, call (888) 415-8090 today. The best way to make sure that you are as comfortable as possible during what can be a difficult time is to contact an attorney and get any questions you may have about your immediate future answered. Our attorneys will take the time to tai you through the charge you face, as well as any penalties that could accompany a conviction.
Stafford County Criminal Lawyer
Whether you have been charged with a misdemeanor as a first time offender or you are facing multiple felony criminal charges, you understand how frightening the prospect of conviction can be. A criminal conviction can result in fines, probation, restriction of freedoms, and incarceration. However, with the help of a knowledgeable assault lawyer, you can successfully navigate the legal system and defend yourself against accusations of criminal activity.
Our attorneys defend individuals against a full spectrum of Virginia criminal charges. Some of these crimes include:
- Simple Assault
- Aggravated Assault
- Sex Crimes
Conviction of the above crimes or any other offense can seriously impact your family's future. With the help of one of our attorneys, you may be able to have criminal charges against you reduced or even dismissed. No matter what specific charge has been brought against you in Stafford County, contact us for an evaluation of your case.
Your attorney will stand with you in Stafford General District Court, located at 1300 Courthouse Road in Stafford, Virginia. Through careful analysis of your case and close examination of the prosecution's evidence against you, your criminal defense attorney will craft a strategy for successful defense. Your lawyer will look at the circumstances of your arrest and illuminate any procedural missteps that could lead to a dismissal of your charges. A skilled attorney will gather evidence supporting your innocence and work aggressively to protect you from unnecessary consequences of conviction.
Our attorneys have experience throughout Stafford County, but they also have crucial trial experience in the areas of criminal defense that your charge will fall in. That knowledge of the courts and how they choose to prosecute specific crimes, will help them put together a defense strategy geared towards obtaining a positive result in your case.
The Stafford County Courthouse is located at 1300 Courthouse Road in Stafford Virginia. In addition to the large free parking lot located right outside the courthouse, there is a bus stop within the area. Cell phones, cameras, and personal electronic devices are not permitted within the courthouse and must be stored with the deputy before entry. Dining options around the Stafford County Courthouse include: Sam's Pizza and Subs, County Fare, China King, and Daily Grind to grab a cup of coffee.
Stafford Circuit Court
P. O. Box 69
1300 Courthouse Road
Stafford, VA 22555-0069
Phone: (540) 658-8750
- Hon. J. Martin Bass, Presiding Judge
- Hon. Charles S. Sharp, Presiding Judge
- Hon. Gordon F. Willis, Chief Judge
- Hon. David H. Beck
- Hon. Joseph J. Ellis
- Hon. J. Overton Harris
- Hon. Harry T. Taliaferro III
Hon. Barbara G. Decatur
8:00 AM - 4:00 PM
Stafford Juvenile and Domestic Relations District Court
P. O. Box 400
1300 Courthouse Road
The Judicial Center
Stafford, VA 22555-0400
Phone: (540) 658-8775
- Hon. Gerald F. Daltan, Presiding Judge, Chief Judge
- Hon. Julian W. Johnson, Presiding Judge
- Hon. Phillip U. Fines
- Hon. Patricia Kelly
- Hon. R. Michael McKenney
- Hon. David F. Peterson
Mr. James Bruce Thompson
8:00 AM - 4:00 PM