Very excellent firm, I would definitely recommend their services to ANYONE looking to hire great representation in the Northern Virginia area. Mr. Crowley was GREAT! He was firm, always easy to reach and did not give in until he was satisfied with the decision. My son was charged with felony robbery and mob assault, which is now simple assault. This was my first time hiring an attorney and I have No regrets. If you are looking for excellent representation here you are. Tynesha B.
Informative, responsive and helpful in handling a traffic case and getting fines reduced. The rates for retaining representation were very reasonable too. I highly recommend using their services! Leslie F.
We cannot thank Mr. Crowley enough for his efforts! He is honest, diligent and very knowledgeable. Being local and easily accessible was a huge plus. Highly recommended and well respected too! John H.
Quick response not only to my initial questions, but also in the follow up to my case. Ms. Ralls and her team were excellent to work with. Thank you! Susan
Very excellent firm, I would recommend anyone in the Northern Virginia area to obtain their services. Ben really helped me in hard times through my case and represented me the whole time time. He was very easy to get in touch with and diligent in his work. Now I finally have my life back and can move on to a better future. Thanks again for everything true life savers. Herbo T.
We serve clients throughout Northern Virginia, including, but not limited to, those in the following localities: Alexandria; Arlington; Fairfax; Fairfax County including Annandale, Bailey’s Crossroads, Burke, Centreville, Chantilly, Franconia, Herndon, McLean, Oakton, Reston, Springfield, Tysons Corner, and West Falls Church; Falls Church; Fredericksburg; Loudoun County including Asburn and Leesburg; Manassas; Prince William County including Dale City and Woodbridge; Spotsylvania County including Spotsylvania; and Stafford County including Stafford. View More
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