I was represented by Andrew Criado and I couldn’t be more satisfied with the work he did on my case. He was very helpful and eased my mind about my worries. He was so friendly and gave me all the details he knew. Andrew was very responsive and easy to get into contact with. At my final court date he was able to get my charges dismissed and I was very happy. I am so grateful that I hired him to represent me. If I ever need a lawyer again Robinson Law is definitely the team to go for. Thanks again Andrew for all your hard work. Tahara G.
Mr. Robinson is THE BEST ATTORNEY. I am Extremely Grateful and Amazed at how dedicated he was to ensure the best possible outcome for me. He is the Attorney you need and want in your corner when you are in a tight spot. If you are in need of an Attorney, look no further! Glad I trusted all of the 5 star reviews. Thank You Again! C. S.
Very excellent firm, I would definitely recommend their services to ANYONE looking to hire great representation in the Northern Virginia area. Mr. Crowley was GREAT! He was firm, always easy to reach and did not give in until he was satisfied with the decision. My son was charged with felony robbery and mob assault, which is now simple assault. This was my first time hiring an attorney and I have No regrets. If you are looking for excellent representation here you are. Tynesha B.
We serve clients throughout Northern Virginia, including, but not limited to, those in the following localities: Alexandria; Arlington; Fairfax; Fairfax County including Annandale, Bailey’s Crossroads, Burke, Centreville, Chantilly, Franconia, Herndon, McLean, Oakton, Reston, Springfield, Tysons Corner, and West Falls Church; Falls Church; Fredericksburg; Loudoun County including Asburn and Leesburg; Manassas; Prince William County including Dale City and Woodbridge; Spotsylvania County including Spotsylvania; and Stafford County including Stafford.View More
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