Overview of Services

Suppose you have been charged with a felony, misdemeanor, or traffic violation or advised that you or your organization is investigated for a white-collar crime. In that case, you need to take steps to ensure that your interests are fully protected.

Our Virginia criminal defense attorneys at VF&N clearly understand all aspects of your case and utilize our extensive investigations and negotiation experience to reach the most favorable result while preparing for any possible trial. Above all, we keep you informed of the status of your case and all available options.

VF&N’s criminal defense attorney team comprises seasoned litigators and a former prosecutor with a wealth of trial and appellate experience in state and federal courts. We have worked in courts throughout Virginia and are familiar with the local prosecutors and judges in Prince William County and Northern Virginia. Let us leverage our experience and skills in your case.

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Services Include:

Felonies, misdemeanors, traffic infractions/tickets, civil offenses DUI, reckless driving, hit and run, speeding Driver’s license issues, revocations, and suspensions White collar, Embezzlement, larceny, fraud Juvenile delinquency Bond motions Expungements Firearms rights and restoration, concealed carry permit issues Probation violations Suppression motions Protective orders Appeals and post-conviction relief Civil asset forfeiture Victim advocacy


10/10 highly recommended Mr.Marshall. He and his assistant were very quick to respond and offer help with any questions I had. Mr. Marshall was incredibly professional and made this process very quick and pain-free. I was able to get my ticket dismissed thanks to the advice given and the work done. Although, I hope to not ever get another speeding ticket. I highly recommend and will work with this law office again.

Lauren Morales Google Review

"Bradley helped me with a terrible mistake that I had made and was terrified for the outcome. With his experience and professionalism he helped me get the best possible result for my situation. He was very knowledgeable about different avenues on how to approach my incident. He took the time to check in on me from our first meeting all the way through court and now follows up with me. I would highly recommend his service to anyone."


"I reached out to Brad to represent me in a legal matter that could have resulted in unfavorable circumstances for my professional career. He immediately guided me through the legal process along with my options and possible outcomes. He was organized, professional and knowledgeable. I couldn’t be happier with the results made possible by his legal services."


"Even in the midst of our current pandemic, Mr. Marshall not only talked me through the process honestly but walked with me the whole way through it in a very timely manner. I had looked around locally for an attorney that would fight for me as if it were themselves and I am very satisfied with the outcome. Mr. Marshall and his team are nothing but professional and I would recommend him to anyone who is seeking an attorney to fight for them wholeheartedly."


"By understanding the situation, asking the right questions and listening to the answers Brad was able to achieve a tremendous result. He did a great job of dispassionately summarizing the situation and giving color on the potential results and issues. He then used his experience and situational awareness to achieve a tremendous result, which we were grateful for."


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