Henrico General District Court

Henrico County Criminal Defense Lawyer Providing Advocacy in the Courtroom

When individuals find themselves with court hearings or trial dates scheduled to occur at the General District Court in Henrico County, they should immediately seek qualified legal counsel. Whether they are trying to avoid getting points on their driving records or trying to stay out of jail, defendants need a strong legal advocate by their side to help them increase their chances of avoiding serious penalties for alleged violations or offenses. Henrico County Criminal Defense Attorney Vaughan C. Jones has experience handling cases at Henrico General District Court and various other courts throughout the state, which means he fully understands how to guide his clients through the system. As a former prosecutor, Mr. Jones has varied criminal law experience that can provide a great value to those he represents.

About the General District Court in Henrico County

Henrico General District Court represents the 14th Judicial District of Virginia. General district courts are trial courts that have limited jurisdiction, meaning they can only handle certain types of cases. These types of courts are responsible for holding hearings and trials for traffic violations and misdemeanor criminal cases, according to the website of the Supreme Court of Virginia's Office of the Executive Secretary. They can also conduct preliminary hearings for felony criminal cases. These courts are not responsible for conducting jury trials or for hearing most cases that involve juveniles or domestic relations. In the area of civil cases, general district courts can handle cases that have claims of up to $25,000.

The general district court in Henrico County has four judges. It is located at 4301 E. Parham Road, Henrico, VA 23273-0775. The state of Virginia has a total of 32 judicial districts, with the Henrico General District Court being one of them.

About Henrico County, VA

Henrico County is located in the Richmond-Petersburg region of Virginia. In 2011, the county's population was estimated to be 310,445, according to the United State Census Bureau. Henrico County is one of the oldest counties in the nation. According to the county's website, Henrico was the setting of the second settlement in the British colony. In 1634, it became one of the eight original shires, or counties. The county borders the city of Richmond, being positioned to the city's west, north and east.

Relying on an Experienced Lawyer

When choosing a criminal defense lawyer, it is best to work with an attorney who has the appropriate level of experience. As a criminal defense lawyer, Attorney Jones has provided representation to hundreds of clients who were accused of crimes in the state of Virginia. Prior to focusing on criminal defense, the skilled lawyer worked as an Assistant Attorney General for the Commonwealth of Virginia. He also previously worked as a prosecutor for the Richmond Commonwealth's Attorney's Office, where he never lost a jury trial as lead prosecutor and where he handled some of the city's most high-profile cases.

Those turning to the lawyer can have the peace of mind in knowing they are working with a seasoned legal professional who knows what he is doing. If you have a case being handled in the Henrico General District Court, or in another court in Virginia, take immediate action. Contact attorney Vaughan C. Jones' office today to learn about how he might be able to provide the cutting-edge legal defense you need. Mr. Jones handles many different types of criminal cases, including those that range from minor traffic offenses to those that involve some of the most serious crimes, such as murder, manslaughter and sex crimes.

  • “Mr. Jones's expertise was worth every penny. I'd highly recommend him.”
  • “You did a phenomenal job.”
  • “Attorney Vaughan Jones is wise, insightful and extremely attentive to his clients.”

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