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Brandon Sloane

Brandon Sloane

Former Prosecutor Serving Clients Throughout Northern Virginia
  • Criminal Law, DUI & DWI, Traffic Tickets ...
  • District of Columbia, New York, Virginia
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Biography

Brandon Sloane is a former prosecutor with over a decade of prosecution experience, and now proudly serving clients charged with criminal offenses throughout the Northern Virginia area including Fairfax, Arlington, Alexandria, Prince William, Loudoun, Fauquier, Stafford, and wherever else you may find yourself.

Charges handled include traffic offenses such as speeding and reckless driving by speed, DWI/DUI, and any other misdemeanor and felony offenses such as petit larceny, assault & battery, drug possession, drug distribution, firearms offenses, malicious wounding, robbery and murder.

As a former prosecutor who has experience handling the most serious cases including several successful murder jury trials, Brandon brings unique insight to your case, from preparing for the types of trials he successfully prosecuted to developing the types of mitigation that would be persuasive to a prosecutor, just like he used to be.

Beyond simply knowing the law, he understands the stress and anxiety that comes with being involved in the criminal legal system and is committed to not simply handling your case, but listening and giving your case the individual attention it and you deserve. Take advantage of the free consultation and you will quickly see why he has been trusted for years in courts throughout the Commonwealth and to see how he can bring over a decade of experience to help you address your issue.

Practice Areas
    Criminal Law
    Criminal Appeals, Drug Crimes, Expungement, Fraud, Gun Crimes, Internet Crimes, Sex Crimes, Theft, Violent Crimes
    DUI & DWI
    Traffic Tickets
    Suspended License
    Domestic Violence
    Domestic Violence Criminal Defense, Domestic Violence Restraining Orders, Victims Rights
    White Collar Crime
    Juvenile Law
    Cannabis & Marijuana Law
    Marijuana Business Formation, Medical Marijuana
Video Conferencing
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Fees
  • Free Consultation
  • Credit Cards Accepted
Jurisdictions Admitted to Practice
District of Columbia
District of Columbia Bar
ID Number: 1025095
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New York
New York State Office of Court Administration
ID Number: 4992103
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Virginia
Virginia State Bar
ID Number: 87026
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4th Circuit
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Professional Experience
Assistant Commonwealth's Attorney
Fairfax County Commonwealth's Attorney's Office
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Deputy Commonwealth's Attorney
Arlington County Commonwealth's Attorney's Office
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Assistant Commonwealth's Attorney
Fairfax County Commonwealth's Attorney's Office
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Assistant District Attorney
Nassau County District Attorney's Office
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Education
University of Virginia School of Law
J.D. (2011)
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Georgetown University
B.A. (2006) | English & Psychology
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Professional Associations
District of Columbia Bar  # 1025095
Member
- Current
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Virginia State Bar  # 87026
Member
- Current
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New York Bar  # 4992103
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- Current
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Website
Dennis, Stewart & Krischer, PLLC Website
Legal Answers
1 Questions Answered
Q. How do I drop a simple assault charge? Magistrate issued the warrant. Offender and I came to an agreement. In Virginia.
A: It’s actually a common misconception that people can “drop charges” in Virginia. Once the case has been initiated, it is up to the prosecutor how to proceed. So, if you receive a subpoena to appear in court, it IS a court order that you can’t just disregard because you “don’t want to go forward.” You can still be held in contempt for not appearing. Best thing is to communicate with whoever subpoenas you to let them know your input. Other options are to tell them you’ve reached what’s known as an accord and satisfaction. It’s allowed under 19.2-151 and most prosecutors will dismiss the charges at that point. The key is to communicate with the prosecutors office involved so that you make sure your input is known, and that your unwillingness to proceed doesn’t end up hurting you with a contempt issued or a bench warrant for failing to appear.
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Dennis, Stewart & Krischer, PLLC
2007 15th St. N
Suite 201
Arlington, VA 22201
Telephone: (703) 248-0626
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