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Goodman Allen Donnelly

150 Boush Street
Suite 900
Norfolk, VA 23510
United States

Consult with a Proven Norfolk Criminal Lawyer

The proven Norfolk criminal lawyers at Goodman Allen Donnelly have experience representing clients involved in criminal claims in the state of Virginia. Norfolk criminal attorneys are knowledgeable in all areas of general criminal law, including but not limited to burglary, homicide and forgery cases in Norfolk, Virginia. Clients will have the confidence of knowing that their case is being handled by an experienced and knowledgeable Norfolk criminal lawyer.

The Norfolk criminal attorneys have experience representing clients in criminal law matters involving:

  • Norfolk Burglary Lawyer
  • Norfolk Capital Offense Lawyer
  • Norfolk Criminal Fraud Lawyer
  • Norfolk DUI/DWI Lawyer
  • Norfolk Extortion Lawyer
  • Norfolk Forgery Lawyer
  • Norfolk Habeas Corpus Lawyer
  • Norfolk Homicide Lawyer
  • Norfolk Mail Fraud Lawyer
  • Norfolk Manslaughter Lawyer
  • Norfolk Parole and Probation Lawyer
  • Norfolk Search and Seizure Lawyer
  • Norfolk Sexual Assault Lawyer
  • Norfolk Shoplifting Lawyer
  • Norfolk Theft Lawyer
  • Norfolk Traffic Violations Lawyer
  • Norfolk Wiretapping Lawyer

Experienced Norfolk Criminal Attorney

Virginia criminal law underlines the rules of law established by state and federal governments to set a standard of conduct for people to obey. Any action or failure to act in violation of a law commanding or forbidding it is classified a “crime”. A crime is defined as conduct that threatens, harms or endangers the safety of people and is split into four major sub-categories: fatal offenses, personal offenses, property offenses and participatory offenses.

Fatal offenses typically revolve around homicide and manslaughter, while personal offenses deal with instances of assault and battery, rape and sexual abuse. Property offenses in Virginia include breaking and entering, burglary and theft. Aiding in a criminal act would result in a participatory offense.

In Criminal Defense Law, the suit is initiated by the state or federal government through a prosecutor rather than being initiated by the victim, as it is in civil law. Plaintiffs in a civil law suit only need to show by a preponderance of the evidence that a defendant is 51% or more liable (responsible) for the damages. But, the prosecutor in a criminal defense law case has to prove to the judge or jury “beyond a reasonable doubt” that the defendant is guilty of the crime charged.

Trusted Norfolk Criminal Law Firm

The Norfolk criminal lawyers at Goodman Allen Donnelly are distinguished by a history of successful criminal law claim recoveries and resolutions. For experienced representation in a dispute over criminal conduct, contact the Norfolk criminal attorneys at Goodman Allen Donnelly in Virginia.

Goodman Allen Donnelly

150 Boush Street
Suite 900
Norfolk, VA 23510
United States

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Goodman Allen Donnelly

150 Boush Street
Suite 900
Norfolk, VA 23510
United States

Law Firm Contact: G. Wythe Michael, Jr.

Tel: 757.625.1400

Email: wmichael@goodmanallen.com

Website: www.goodmanallen.com

Member Since: 2009

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