Virginia Criminal Defense Attorney Michael Robinson offers aggressive defense with proven results. As a former prosecutor in two Virginia jurisdictions, Michael has the reputation and experience you need to fight your charge. Free case evaluations!
Virginia Criminal Defense Attorney Michael A. Robinson, Esq. Michael A. Robinson founded Robinson Law, PLLC with the mission of providing aggressive yet affordable legal services throughout Virginia. Before doing so, Michael served as an Assistant Commonwealth
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Virginia Criminal Defense Attorney Michael A. Robinson offers aggressive defense with proven results. As a former prosecutor in two Virginia jurisdictions Michael has the reputation and experience you need to fight your charge. Free case evaluations!
Virginia Criminal Defense Lawyer, Michael A. Robinson Aggressive and Proven Criminal Defense. As a former Prosecutor in two jurisdictions in the Commonwealth of Virginia, I have the experience and expertise to offer legal services to clients across the state. Using the drop down menu below, select the city or county in which you've been charged for information specific to that area. If you or someone you know has been charged with a criminal or traffic offense, you need an experienced and aggressive defense attorney with proven track record. Michael A. Robinson is a former prosecutor in two Northern Virginia and Hampton Roads and knows what to expect in the courtroom and understands what you are faced with. Whether you are charged with a misdemeanor, felony, DUI/DWI or traffic offense, you need a an aggressive Defense Attorney. To be effective and successful, this person must be familiar with your specific charge and has a thorough understanding of the criminal law and procedure in Virginia. At Robinson Law, you'll find both. HOW TO CONTACT ROBINSON LAW: Complete the free online case evaluation form. Virginia Criminal Lawyer, Michael A. Robinson, will review your case and contact you for a free consultation. Or, you can call Michael directly at: (703) 542-4008. Additionally, you can email him at: MAR@CriminalAttorneyVa.com CASE RESULTS BLOG: No matter the charge, it is essential you select an attorney with a track record for success to defend you in your time of need. On my website, I offer a Case Results Blog where I share results I've been able to deliver to my clients. Take the time to review these cases and when you're ready, complete the free online case evaluation form so we can begin planning your defense. Click on the links below for more information on these areas of practice. Complete the online case evaluation form for a free consultation with Virginia Criminal Attorney, Michael A. Robinson. 'Â¢ All Felony and Misdemeanor Cases 'Â¢ Juvenile Law 'Â¢ Drug Crimes (Possession and Possession with the Intent to Distribute) 'Â¢ All Larceny Crimes 'Â¢ DUI, DWI and DUID 'Â¢ Refusal to Submit to Blood/Breath Test 'Â¢ Probation Violations 'Â¢ Domestic Violence 'Â¢ Protective Order Violations 'Â¢ Probation Violations 'Â¢ Assault and Battery 'Â¢ Malicious and Unlawful Wounding 'Â¢ Virginia Beach Defense Lawyer (Firm Office Location) Traffic Law Think of your DMV record like you think of your credit report 'â it is a reflection of who you are, your level of responsibility as it relates to your ability to follow the rules. Also like a credit report, your DMV record will follow you for many years. Remember, when you are pre-paying a traffic ticket, you are admitting guilt. So, a traffic ticket you pre-pay today will affect you several years from now. Naturally, some traffic tickets are more serious than others. However, no traffic ticket should be taken lightly. Since the Commonwealth uses a points system, most traffic tickets, regardless of how minor, will stay with you for a period of years. Typically somewhere between 3-6 years. In other words, if you prepay two tickets over a period of three years, you could find yourself in disfavor with the DMV and also your insurance company. At Robinson Law, we take all traffic tickets seriously. Don't make the mistake of believing an attorney can't help you. 'Â¢ Driving Under the Influence of Alcohol 'Â¢ Refusal to Submit to Blood/Breath Test 'Â¢ Speeding 'Â¢ Reckless Driving 'Â¢ Driving on Revoked/Suspended License 'Â¢ Habitual Offender 'Â¢ Habitual Offender Restoration Call (703) 542-4008 or email MAR@CriminalAttorneyVa.com for a free consultation. 12 Questions To Ask Your Potential Lawyer Selecting the right Attorney for your case is a very important decision to make. The right Attorney can make all the difference in your experience with your attorney, proceedings, and of course most importantly, the outcome of your situation. Please consider the following questions when interviewing your potential attorney: 'Â¢ What is your experience in this field? 'Â¢ Have you handled matters like mine? 'Â¢ What relationships do you have with the courts pertaining to my case? 'Â¢ What are the possible outcomes of my case? 'Â¢ Approximately how long will it take to resolve? 'Â¢ What are your rates and how often will you bill me? 'Â¢ What is a ballpark figure for the total bill, including fees and expenses? 'Â¢ How will you keep me informed of progress? 'Â¢ What kind of approach will you take to resolve the matter 'â aggressive and unyielding, or will you be more inclined to reach a reasonable settlement? 'Â¢ Will you be the attorney handling my case or will it be turned over to one of your associates? Why Hire a Former Prosecutor? When considering your options, speaking with a former Prosecutor is a wise choice. As a representative of the State, a former Commonwealth Attorney with experience in multiple jurisdictions has a thorough understanding of both sides.
After law school, Michael Robinson began his career at the City of Newport News' Commonwealth Attorney's Office where he was assigned to the Juvenile and Domestic Relations Team. While there, Michael prosecuted misdemeanors and serious felonies in the Juvenile and Domestic Relations District Court and cases directly indicted, appealed or certified or to the Circuit Court.
After Newport News, Michael relocated with his family to Northern Virginia and continued prosecuting in Fauquier County (Warrenton). There, he prosecuted cases in the Juvenile and Domestic Relations District Court, the General District Court and the Circuit Court. Like in Newport News, these cases ranged from minor traffic violations, to serious felonies.
While prosecuting in Fauquier, Michael decided to open his own traffic and criminal defense law firm. In 2008, he made that dream a reality when he founded Robinson Law, PLLC.
Throughout his career, Michael has prosecuted and defended thousands of cases in both state and federal courts. He focuses exclusively in traffic and criminal defense.
1. Criminal Defense - All misdemeanors and felonies;
2. Traffic Defense - Including DUI/DWI and Reckless Driving;
3. Juvenile Defense - All delinquency issues;
4. Drug Cases - Possession, Distribution and Prescription;
5. Domestic Assault and Battery and Protective Order Violations;
6. Larceny Cases - Petit and Grand Larceny, Embezzlement, False Pretenses;
7. Probation Violations - Misdemeanor and Felony violations, ASAP and Interlock;
Michael takes great pride in keeping his clients up-to-date on case progress and updates. He frequently communicates with clients via text message, email and PDF document sharing.
HOW MUCH WILL IT COST?
Michael understands that criminal issues can arise unexpectedly and sometimes financial issues may prevent potential clients from contacting him. He accepts all major credit cards and offers payment plans as a way to help clients retain him without fear of not being able to pay important bills or otherwise provide for their family.
COMPLETELY FREE CASE EVALUATIONS WITH NO TIME LIMIT!
Absolutely no risk involved. You are under no obligation to retain his services.
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