Need a Prince William County, VA Criminal Defense Lawyer?

You never know when you may need the assistance of an outstanding criminal defense attorney in Prince William County, VA.

The Prince William County, VA criminal defense experts at Boone Beale, Attorneys at Law, are dedicated to providing our clients with superior criminal legal defense for a variety of charges. Our practice areas of legal expertise include:

  • White Collar Crime and Related Criminal Charges Such as Larceny, Embezzlement and Fraud
  • Prince William County, VA Traffic Violations, Including Reckless Driving, Hit and Run, and Driving With a Revoked or Suspended Operating License.
  • Immigration Law
  • Drug Possession, Illegal Sale and/or Manufacture, and Distribution Offenses
  • Personal Injury
  • Probation and Weapons Law Violations
  • Violent Criminal Felonies, Prince William County, VA

In their 2012 Crime Report Prince William County Police released the following statistics for criminal cases in Prince William County, VA:

2012 Cases brought to trial (reported by closure rates)

Murder: 2
Rape: 71
Aggravated Assault: 135
Robbery: 69

TOTAL Crimes Against Persons 277

Burglary: 216
Larceny: 1,226
Motor Vehicle Theft: 44

TOTAL Crimes Against Property 1,486

These numbers support the fact that many people – who may never have committed a crime, intended to be involved in a criminal act, or have never been convicted of a criminal charge in Prince William County, VA, could at any time need the best legal defense services available in Virginia. The Boone Beale Law Firm is an established, reputable, full-service criminal defense law firm. Virginia residents, and those charged with committing a criminal offense in Prince William County, VA, can expect exceptional legal counsel, with emphasis on Constitutional law and the wide reach of The Legal Code of Virginia.

Also known as Indictable offences and summary offences, a felony charge is considered a “crime of high seriousness”, while a misdemeanor is not. According to Wikipedia “the federal government defines a felony as a crime punishable by death or imprisonment in excess of one year. If punishable by exactly one year or less, it is classified as a misdemeanor.” Individual states vary in how the categories are defined, but most include:

  • Vehicular Manslaughter or Homicide
  • Rape, Murder, or Aggravated Assault
  • Arson
  • Burglary
  • Tax Evasion
  • Copyright Infringement
  • Obstruction of Justice
  • Grand Larceny
  • Child Pornography
  • Threatening an Official

Do you need an experienced Virginia lawyer to build a powerful defense against serious criminal charges? Prince William County, VA criminal defense attorneys at Boone Beale team up to provide you with outstanding criminal defense and precise legal arguments to protect your rights.