Virginia Criminal Defense and DUI lawyer, Jack M. H. Frazier, primarily handles criminal cases in the Commonwealth of Virginia. He represents clients facing a variety of criminal and serious traffic charges everyday in both Circuit and General District Court.
Mr. Frazier is a former prosecutor, having been an Assistant District Attorney for five years in King’s County (Brooklyn) New York, and the Office of the Special Prosecutor for the City of New York, as well as being an Assistant States’ Attorney in Montgomery County, Maryland.
As a criminal defense lawyer, Mr. Frazier has tried cases as serious as first degree murder and attempted murder before a jury. In 2011 in D.C. Superior Court, Mr. Frazier obtained a complete acquittal on charges of Assault with Intent to Kill and Assault with Serious Bodily Injury. Mr. Frazier has also obtained complete acquittals before juries on charges of Credit Card Fraud, Grand Larceny, Assault and other criminal charges in courts in D.C., Maryland and Virginia.
Mr. Frazier also has extensive civil trial experience, obtaining favorable verdicts in jury trials for cases involving false arrest, defamation, and employment discrimination in both state and federal courts. Notable clients have included The George Washington University and The Riggs National Bank.
Mr. Frazier is admitted to both state and federal courts in D.C., Maryland and Virginia, and has argued appellate cases before the U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals for the District of Columbia, the U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals for the Federal Circuit and the New York Supreme Court Appellate Division.
He is a member of the Virginia Association of Criminal Defense Lawyers, the Maryland Criminal Defense Attorneys Association, the Fairfax County Bar Association, the Arlington County Bar Association, the Bar Association of the District of Columbia and the Montgomery County Bar Association.
Mr. Frazier has also served as a moot court judge for The George Mason University Law School (now the Antonin Scalia Law School) and as a mediator for both the Federal Shared Mediators Program and the D.C. Superior Court.
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