Expungement is a cleansing of your record. You may request an expungement if you are charged with a crime and are found not guilty, a nolle prosequi is taken, or the charge is otherwise dismissed. If the court grants the expungement, this charge will not appear when you run a record check. Conversely, if the […]
I am pleased to announce that I was recognized by Coastal Virginia Magazine as a Top Lawyer in 2015 and featured in their November/December 2015 issue.
I am pleased to announce that I was handpicked as one of the Top 3 Criminal Defense Lawyers in Chesapeake, Virginia by Three Best Rated. Three Best Rated is a site that checks customer reviews, history, complaints, ratings, satisfaction, trust, cost and general excellence. I will continue to strive to meet and exceed my clients’ […]
Over the next week friends and family will be getting together to celebrate the season. If you choose to drink while celebrating, please drink responsibly. I want everyone to ring in the New Year safely. If you are drinking, please have a designated driver. If you don’t have a designated driver then call a friend […]
If your application for reconsideration is denied, you have the right to an appeal before an Administrative Law Judge (ALJ) who is employed by the Social Security Administration. The judge’s job is to review the facts of your case and make a decision on whether or not you should receive benefits. The fact that you […]
The Center on Budget and Policy Priorities (CBPP) has published a brief entitled Top Ten Facts About Social Security. This brief may help you in understanding the coverage social security provides and the way benefits are calculated.