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Former prosecutor and experienced criminal defense, civil, and immigration lawyer representing clients in all Fairfax County courts. Manikas Law is a firm that stands out from the crowd. Having earned the respect of the legal community, we provide solutions to the most challenging legal problems and deliver unmatched results. Through the guidance and counsel of former prosecutor Kyle Manikas, Manikas Law possesses the judgment and steady hand required in criminal defense, immigration, and civil matters. At Manikas Law we take our commitment to our clients seriously and understand that our clients have placed their trust in us at one of the most vulnerable times in their lives. We believe that clients should have a full and complete understanding of their case and have all their questions answered. Rather than looking at the practice of law as a business, as many firms do, at Manikas Law we view the law as a noble profession that at its core is about helping people solve their problems. We recognize that each case is unique and presents its own set of challenges. For this reason, each client of Manikas Law receives individualized attention and focus. Lawyers and law firms are not an interchangeable commodity. There is no substitute for experience and skill.
10513 Judicial Drive, Suite 203
Fairfax VA 22030
Kyle G. Manikas began his legal career practicing litigation in New York, New York and Washington, D.C. defending individuals and large corporations during the corporate scandals that began surfacing in 2001. The large, international firm that Mr. Manikas was with was retained as lead counsel for Enron, Global Crossing, WorldCom, and other corporations after those companies found themselves at the center of allegations of fraud, corruption, and unethical behavior. Mr. Manikas also defended major international and national corporations involved in personal injury litigation. After representing some of the largest companies in the United States and their executives in high profile matters, Mr. Manikas accepted a position as a prosecutor in Northern Virginia.
Mr. Manikas subsequently re-entered private practice and founded Manikas Law LLC. Utilizing the wealth of knowledge and experience obtained as a prosecutor, and the legal crisis management skills Mr. Manikas developed defending large corporations in criminal and personal injury matters, Mr. Manikas represents clients with the judgment and steady hand required in criminal and civil litigation.
Mr. Manikas also served as legal counsel to the Fairfax County Police Association and the approximately 1400 active and retired police officers that are members of that organization. Mr. Manikas responded to numerous use of force incidents to provide legal counsel to involved officers and advised the board of directors on various legal matters.
Mr. Manikas has been named to SuperLawyers, has a perfect 10.0 "Superb" rating with AVVO, and is Peer Review Rated as AV Preeminent by Martindale-Hubbell, the oldest and most respected rating system for lawyers. Martindale-Hubbell ratings are anonymous and are completed by judges and other lawyers in an attorney's geographic area that Martindale-Hubbell secretly selects. Mr. Manikas received a perfect 5.0 out of 5.0 rating from the judges that rated him. Martindale-Hubbell states that its AV Peer Review Rating "shows that a lawyer has reached the height of professional excellence . . . and is recognized for the highest levels of skill and integrity." Kyle has also received awards from Virginia's Top Rated Lawyers and America's Most Honored Professionals Top 1%.
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