Biberaj Snow & Sinclair, PC

Biberaj Snow & Sinclair, PC The Loudoun Lawyers - Experience Matters. Attorneys for individuals and families in Loudoun County. Criminal Defense, Family Law, Wills & Trusts.
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Experience Matters. Our attorneys have over 45 years of experience in Loudoun County Courts. We handle Criminal Defense, Family Law, Traffic Offenses, Juvenile Law, Wills and Trusts, and Business Law.

09/07/2019
Biberaj Snow & Sinclair, PC

So proud of our law partner, L Ann Taylor , for what she does everyday for our community. She is a standard bearer for honesty , integrity and faith. Kudos and Matthew Snow and I are always beside you as you continue to do good.

Congratulations to Lorrie Sinclair Taylor on being recognized as a 2019 Leader in the Law!

‘Leaders in the Law’ and ‘Up & Coming Lawyers’ for 2019 named
By: Virginia Lawyers Weekly September 6, 2019

Virginia Lawyers Media, the publisher of Virginia Lawyers Weekly, has announced the 2019 class of “Leaders in the Law.”

Now in its 14th year, this awards program recognizes the lawyers across the commonwealth who are setting the standard for other Virginia lawyers. “Leaders” are recognized for changing the law, serving the community, changing practice or improving Virginia’s justice system, among other accomplishments.

And, new this year, Virginia Lawyers Media has named “In-House Leaders in the Law” as a separate category. This honor recognizes leading lawyers who work in-house or as corporate counsel for a Virginia company.

The Class of 2019 “Leaders in the Law” are:

Phillip V. Anderson, Frith, Anderson + Peake, Roanoke
Renu M. Brennan, Virginia State Bar, Richmond
Elliott M. Buckner, Breit Cantor Grana Buckner, Richmond
John M. Cooper, Cooper Hurley Injury Lawyers, Norfolk
John G. “Chip” Dicks, Gentry Locke, Richmond
Ronald S. Evans, Barnes & Diehl, Richmond
William E. Franczek, Vandeventer Black, Norfolk
Melanie A. Friend, CowanGates, Richmond
T. Daniel Frith III, Frith Ellerman Dacis, Roanoke
Rebecca Geller, The Geller Law Group, Fairfax
Mark K. Groves, Glasser and Glasser, Norfolk
Claire Guthrie Gastanaga, ACLU of Virginia, Richmond
Elizabeth Hanes, Consumer Litigation Associates, Richmond
Monroe “Mike” Kelly, Williams Mullen, Virginia Beach
Jason W. Konvicka, Allen Allen Allen & Allen, Richmond
Anne C. Lahren, Pender & Coward, Virginia Beach
Christie A. Leary, Leary Porter Law, Fairfax
Deborah G. Matthews, Law Office of Deborah G. Matthews, Alexandria
John B. Mumford Jr., Hancock Daniel & Johnson, Richmond
Paul F. Nichols, Nichols Zauzig Sandler, Woodbridge
Eric M. Page, Eckert Seamans, Cherin & Mellott, Richmond
Hon. Jayne A. Pemberton, Chesterfield County J&DR Court, Chesterfield
Brian R. Pitney, Sands Anderson, Richmond
Christine L. Poarch, Poarch Law Firm, Roanoke
Michael W. Robinson, Venable, Tysons Corner
Sen. Glen H. Sturtevant Jr., The Rawls Law Group, Richmond
Lorrie Sinclair Taylor, Biberaj, Snow & Sinclair, Leesburg
J. Tracy Walker, McGuireWoods, Richmond
Kathleen Grace Walsh, Law Office of Kathleen Grace Walsh, Occoquan
Jeremy P. White, Virginia Legal Aid Society, Lynchburg
The members of the inaugural class of “In-House Leaders in the Law” are:

Joseph H. Carpenter IV, Norfolk Southern Corporation, Norfolk
Adam Casagrande, ADS Inc., Virginia Beach
Andrea Z. Warmbier, NASA Langley Research Center, Hampton
Now in its fourth year, “Up & Coming Lawyers” recognizes lawyers across the commonwealth who are making their mark within their first 10 years of practice. These are the lawyers who are the leaders of the profession in the future.

The members of the Class of 2019 are:

Nicholas V. Albu, Reed Smith, McLean
Nina-Alice Antony, Commonwealth’s Attorney’s Office, Charlottesville
W. Thomas Chappell, Vandeventer Black, Norfolk
Deborah Yeng Collins, Sullivan Collins Law Group, Norfolk
Diana H. D’Alessandro, Pesner Altmiller Melnick & DeMers, Tysons Corner
Amanda E. DeBerry, Boleman Law Firm, Richmond
Audra M. Dickens, McCandlish Holton, Richmond
William Dickinson III, Kaleo Legal, Richmond
Catherine J. Huff, Gentry Locke, Roanoke
Del. Jay Jones, Bischoff Martingayle, Norfolk
H. Scott Kelly, Troutman Sanders, Richmond
Jordan E. McKay, MichieHamlett, Charlottesville
Daniel M. Payne, Murphy & McGonigle, Richmond
Ryan D. Ruzic, Public Defender’s Office, Warrenton
Nathan H. Schnetzler, Frith Anderson + Peake, Roanoke
Caroline W. Stanton, Williams Mullen, Charlottesville
These honorees, along with the “Up & Coming Lawyers” Class of 2019, will be celebrated at a reception on Oct. 22 at the John Marshall Hotel in Richmond.

The “Leader of the Year,” voted by the 2019 “Leaders” themselves, will be announced at this reception.

Each honoree also will be profiled in a special supplement that will be distributed at the event and inserted into Virginia Lawyers Weekly in October.

09/06/2019

Congratulations to Lorrie Sinclair Taylor on being recognized as a 2019 Leader in the Law!

‘Leaders in the Law’ and ‘Up & Coming Lawyers’ for 2019 named
By: Virginia Lawyers Weekly September 6, 2019

Virginia Lawyers Media, the publisher of Virginia Lawyers Weekly, has announced the 2019 class of “Leaders in the Law.”

Now in its 14th year, this awards program recognizes the lawyers across the commonwealth who are setting the standard for other Virginia lawyers. “Leaders” are recognized for changing the law, serving the community, changing practice or improving Virginia’s justice system, among other accomplishments.

And, new this year, Virginia Lawyers Media has named “In-House Leaders in the Law” as a separate category. This honor recognizes leading lawyers who work in-house or as corporate counsel for a Virginia company.

The Class of 2019 “Leaders in the Law” are:

Phillip V. Anderson, Frith, Anderson + Peake, Roanoke
Renu M. Brennan, Virginia State Bar, Richmond
Elliott M. Buckner, Breit Cantor Grana Buckner, Richmond
John M. Cooper, Cooper Hurley Injury Lawyers, Norfolk
John G. “Chip” Dicks, Gentry Locke, Richmond
Ronald S. Evans, Barnes & Diehl, Richmond
William E. Franczek, Vandeventer Black, Norfolk
Melanie A. Friend, CowanGates, Richmond
T. Daniel Frith III, Frith Ellerman Dacis, Roanoke
Rebecca Geller, The Geller Law Group, Fairfax
Mark K. Groves, Glasser and Glasser, Norfolk
Claire Guthrie Gastanaga, ACLU of Virginia, Richmond
Elizabeth Hanes, Consumer Litigation Associates, Richmond
Monroe “Mike” Kelly, Williams Mullen, Virginia Beach
Jason W. Konvicka, Allen Allen Allen & Allen, Richmond
Anne C. Lahren, Pender & Coward, Virginia Beach
Christie A. Leary, Leary Porter Law, Fairfax
Deborah G. Matthews, Law Office of Deborah G. Matthews, Alexandria
John B. Mumford Jr., Hancock Daniel & Johnson, Richmond
Paul F. Nichols, Nichols Zauzig Sandler, Woodbridge
Eric M. Page, Eckert Seamans, Cherin & Mellott, Richmond
Hon. Jayne A. Pemberton, Chesterfield County J&DR Court, Chesterfield
Brian R. Pitney, Sands Anderson, Richmond
Christine L. Poarch, Poarch Law Firm, Roanoke
Michael W. Robinson, Venable, Tysons Corner
Sen. Glen H. Sturtevant Jr., The Rawls Law Group, Richmond
Lorrie Sinclair Taylor, Biberaj, Snow & Sinclair, Leesburg
J. Tracy Walker, McGuireWoods, Richmond
Kathleen Grace Walsh, Law Office of Kathleen Grace Walsh, Occoquan
Jeremy P. White, Virginia Legal Aid Society, Lynchburg
The members of the inaugural class of “In-House Leaders in the Law” are:

Joseph H. Carpenter IV, Norfolk Southern Corporation, Norfolk
Adam Casagrande, ADS Inc., Virginia Beach
Andrea Z. Warmbier, NASA Langley Research Center, Hampton
Now in its fourth year, “Up & Coming Lawyers” recognizes lawyers across the commonwealth who are making their mark within their first 10 years of practice. These are the lawyers who are the leaders of the profession in the future.

The members of the Class of 2019 are:

Nicholas V. Albu, Reed Smith, McLean
Nina-Alice Antony, Commonwealth’s Attorney’s Office, Charlottesville
W. Thomas Chappell, Vandeventer Black, Norfolk
Deborah Yeng Collins, Sullivan Collins Law Group, Norfolk
Diana H. D’Alessandro, Pesner Altmiller Melnick & DeMers, Tysons Corner
Amanda E. DeBerry, Boleman Law Firm, Richmond
Audra M. Dickens, McCandlish Holton, Richmond
William Dickinson III, Kaleo Legal, Richmond
Catherine J. Huff, Gentry Locke, Roanoke
Del. Jay Jones, Bischoff Martingayle, Norfolk
H. Scott Kelly, Troutman Sanders, Richmond
Jordan E. McKay, MichieHamlett, Charlottesville
Daniel M. Payne, Murphy & McGonigle, Richmond
Ryan D. Ruzic, Public Defender’s Office, Warrenton
Nathan H. Schnetzler, Frith Anderson + Peake, Roanoke
Caroline W. Stanton, Williams Mullen, Charlottesville
These honorees, along with the “Up & Coming Lawyers” Class of 2019, will be celebrated at a reception on Oct. 22 at the John Marshall Hotel in Richmond.

The “Leader of the Year,” voted by the 2019 “Leaders” themselves, will be announced at this reception.

Each honoree also will be profiled in a special supplement that will be distributed at the event and inserted into Virginia Lawyers Weekly in October.

Child Custody -- Custody arrangements for a minor are intended to serve that child’s best interests. But reasonable peop...
08/23/2019
Child Custody - Biberaj Snow & Sinclair, PC.

Child Custody -- Custody arrangements for a minor are intended to serve that child’s best interests. But reasonable people can, and often do, disagree as to what the ‘best interests’ of the child are. Learn more https://bit.ly/2HbOn65

Custody arrangements for a minor are intended to serve that child’s best interests. But reasonable people can, and often do, disagree as to what really is in the ‘best interests’ of the child. The family law lawyers at Biberaj Snow & Sinclair, PC have been involved in many child custody cases ...

The Virginia Bail Basics -- In Virginia, the initial bail determination is usually conducted by a magistrate shortly aft...
08/20/2019
The Virginia Bail Basics - Biberaj Snow & Sinclair, PC.

The Virginia Bail Basics -- In Virginia, the initial bail determination is usually conducted by a magistrate shortly after a person is arrested. A person can be released on personal recognizance, unsecured bond, or secured bond. Learn more https://bit.ly/2ITStSd

In Virginia, the initial bail determination is usually conducted by a magistrate shortly after a person is arrested. A person can be released on personal recognizance, unsecured bond, or secured

Protective Orders -- Emotions can often get the best of us. The same is true of family members or others close to us. So...
07/29/2019
Protective Orders - Biberaj Snow & Sinclair, PC.

Protective Orders -- Emotions can often get the best of us. The same is true of family members or others close to us. Sometimes, emotions can drive people to make bad choices. Learn more https://bit.ly/2K1JldH

Emotions can often get the best of us. The same is true of family members or others close to us. Sometimes, emotions can drive people to make bad choices.

Divorce is one of the most trying and stressful events in a person’s life. If children are involved, it makes the situat...
07/10/2019
Loudoun Divorce - Biberaj Snow & Sinclair, PC.

Divorce is one of the most trying and stressful events in a person’s life. If children are involved, it makes the situation even more complicated. Learn more https://bit.ly/2tNAyTF

Divorce is one of the most trying and stressful events in a person’s life. If children are involved, it makes the situation even more complicated. If you are in the process of divorce, learn what your best options are.

Felony & Misdemeanor Offenses in Loudoun CountyCriminal offenses are classified as either misdemeanors or felonies. The ...
07/04/2019
Felony & Misdemeanor Offenses in Loudoun County - Biberaj Snow & Sinclair, PC.

Felony & Misdemeanor Offenses in Loudoun County

Criminal offenses are classified as either misdemeanors or felonies. The distinction between them is based upon the severity of possible punishment: misdemeanors are punishable by less than 1 year in jail; felonies are punishable by more than 1 year in prison. Learn more https://bit.ly/2yovhoj

At Biberaj Snow & Sinclair, PC, Buta Biberaj, Matthew Snow and Lorrie Sinclair are experienced criminal defense lawyers who can provide legal representation for all criminal violations, including misdemeanor, felony and drug offenses. We draw upon our combined 60 years of criminal trial experience w...

Juvenile Delinquency & Related OffensesIf you are not familiar with the court system, the Juvenile Court system can be a...
06/28/2019
Juvenile Delinquency & Related Offenses - Biberaj Snow & Sinclair, PC.

Juvenile Delinquency & Related Offenses

If you are not familiar with the court system, the Juvenile Court system can be an especially confusing place. The legal terms used to describe what happens in the Juvenile Court are different than those used for an adult, and juvenile proceedings frequently require many more court appearances and require many more people to be involved than an adult case would. Learn more https://bit.ly/2D9gBxo

At Biberaj Snow & Sinclair, representing juveniles who have been charged with a criminal violation is a major focus of our practice. Attorneys Buta Biberaj, Matthew Snow and Lorrie Sinclair have many years of experience in representing juveniles and working in the Juvenile Court System. We use our s...

Drug & Alcohol OffensesIf you were charged with Possession or Distribution of Drugs, you need The Loudoun Lawyers. Drug ...
06/20/2019
Drug & Alcohol Offenses - Biberaj Snow & Sinclair, PC.

Drug & Alcohol Offenses

If you were charged with Possession or Distribution of Drugs, you need The Loudoun Lawyers. Drug and alcohol offenses present an ongoing challenge to our communities and our court system. The court’s dockets are clogged with drug violation charges. A conviction can have a serious impact on a person’s freedom, employment, education, immigration status, family life and other rights and privileges. Learn more https://bit.ly/2SJGYOk

If you were charged with Possession or Distribution of Drugs, you need The Loudoun Lawyers. Drug and alcohol offenses present an ongoing challenge to our communities and our court system. The court’s dockets are clogged with drug violation charges. A conviction can have a serious impact on a perso...

https://www.wgbh.org/news/local-news/2019/05/23/federal-judge-rules-people-can-secretly-record-police-in-public-spaces?f...
06/20/2019
Federal Judge Rules People Can Secretly Record Police In Public Spaces

https://www.wgbh.org/news/local-news/2019/05/23/federal-judge-rules-people-can-secretly-record-police-in-public-spaces?fbclid=IwAR0t8L__0gUS8VzD4UmO6XJkhZSShdyHy8M1pQ4Xm7EhIgByxq81JAcaiDQ

“We were finding that people were being arrested and being charged with secretly recording police officers who were performing their duties in public,” Segal said, “and we believed that those arrests and those prosecutions were improper and unconstitutional.”

Domestic violence charges can have a very serious impact on your personal life and employment. In addition to difficult ...
06/18/2019
Assault Offenses - Biberaj Snow & Sinclair, PC.

Domestic violence charges can have a very serious impact on your personal life and employment. In addition to difficult relationship issues, a person convicted of or placed on probation for domestic assault may face problems with employment, government clearances, immigration status, and the ability to own or possess a firearm. Learn more https://bit.ly/2KoL6TM

In Virginia, being charged with a crime of violence can have serious and long term implications. Judges and juries have very little patience for individuals who get convicted of crimes of violence. Charges of this type include among others: malicious wounding, assault and battery, domestic assault,....

Personal injury is an area of that law that deals with claims for injuries to the body, mind or emotions, as opposed to ...
06/18/2019
Personal Injury - Biberaj Snow & Sinclair, PC.

Personal injury is an area of that law that deals with claims for injuries to the body, mind or emotions, as opposed to damage to property. The term is most commonly used to refer to a type of lawsuit alleging that one person’s injury has been caused by the negligence of another. Learn more https://bit.ly/2QxzK2x

Personal injury is an area of that law that deals with claims for injury to the body, mind or emotions, as opposed to an injury to property. The term is most commonly used to refer to a type of lawsuit alleging that one person’s injury has been caused by the negligence of another.

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7 E Market St Ste 102
Leesburg, VA
20176

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The Loudoun Lawyers. Representing individuals and families of Loudoun County. When you need experienced attorneys, you need Biberaj Snow & Sinclair, PC. Our lawyers focus on Criminal Defense, DUI & Traffic, Juvenile law, Divorce & family law, Personal Injury, Wills & Trusts, and Civil litigation. DISCLAIMER: THIS WEBSITE MAY CONTAIN CUMULATIVE AND SPECIFIC CASE RESULTS OF MATTERS HANDLED BY THE LAWYERS FROM BIBERAJ SNOW & SINCLAIR, P.C. CASE RESULTS DEPEND UPON A VARIETY OF FACTORS UNIQUE TO EACH CASE. CASE RESULTS DO NOT GUARANTEE OR PREDICT A SIMILAR RESULT IN ANY FUTURE CASE UNDERTAKEN BY THE LAW FIRM.

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