Quentin Douglas Driskell Esq.
The Law Office of Quentin D. Driskell, LLC
About Quentin Douglas Driskell Esq.I received my B.A. from the S.U.N.Y Binghamton, and J.D. from Howard University School of Law. I am an experienced litigator, with over 25 years experience as a Public Defender, Defense Attorney, and Assistant Attorney General with the Virgin Islands Department of Justice.
I am a member of the National Lawyer's Guild, the American Bar Association, the District of Columbia Bar Association
Directory Practice Areas
- Appeals & Appellate
- Criminal Law
- Employment Law
Additional Practice Areas
- International Business Transactions
Jurisdictions Admitted to Practice
|District of Columbia|
|Assistant Attorney General - Director White Collar Crime, Virgin Islands Department of Justice|
|Prosecuted White Collar offenses in Federal District and Virgin Islands Territorial Court. Represented employer; Government of Virgin Islands in employment arbitration and other Civil matters|
|Howard University School of Law - Howard University||J.D. (1976)|
|State University of New York - Binghamton||B.A.||Political Science|
|Honors: Scholarship to study in West Africa summer of 1971|
|Local Board||National Lawyers Guild||2004-2005|
|Board Member||American Civil Liberties Union||2003-2004|
|Member, American Bar Association|
|Member, National Association of Criminal Defense Lawyers|
- Overall: 431st
- Overall: 2 Answers
Q. Do you know of cases where the conviction was vacated because probable cause to pursue a trial was not done properly?
A: Probable cause hearing is to determine if there is sufficient reason to hold the defendant in custody pending trial. If the defendant was charged with 6 counts he was indicted. The indictment is the charging document. The conviction would not be vacated because of a probable cause hearing.
Q. What is a charge of C-279-2A?
A: Citation may be mistaken I looked at the criminal code and the last entry is 2C:66-10. Chapters 67 through 97 are reserved for future sections of the code.