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DIVORCE LAWYER DISCUSSES DIVORCES AND CIVIL SHOW CAUSES IN VA

In this article, A DIVORCE LAWYER DISCUSSES DIVORCES AND CIVIL SHOW CAUSES.  Anthony Montagna and his partners have handled hundreds of divorce cases over the years.  In particular, Anthony Montagna has been assisting military men and women, union workers, students, and seniors for over 22 years. It is important to understand the difference between civil […] READ MORE

In the News

Anthony Montagna recently was instrumental in getting two serious drug charges dismissed.  Although every case is different and one result does not guarantee a result in a different case, the matter was covered by the Virginian-Pilot.  View the article HERE. READ MORE

Mason v. Commonwealth 05/05/2016

Supreme Court of Virginia Opinions Mason v. Commonwealth 05/05/2016 In this case, there is an appeal challenging the circuit court’s refusal to suppress drug-related evidence seized after a traffic stop.  The Judges of the Supreme Court of Virginia ruled that the objective facts and circumstances presented by the Commonwealth of Virginia were sufficient to create a reasonable suspicion that a […] READ MORE

RECKLESS DRIVING AND PENALTIES

          Anthony Montagna has handled hundreds of Reckless Driving cases in Virginia.  He has over 22 years experience defending military men and women, union workers, seniors and students.  He is tough, experienced, and compassionate.  He offers free consultations. 757-625-3500 MILITARY WELCOME UNION WORKERS WELCOME RECKLESS DRIVING, IMPROPER DRIVING, RACING AND AGGRESSIVE […] READ MORE

TOP SIX QUESTIONS FOR DIVORCE LAWYERS IN VIRGINIA

Anthony Montagna is one of the leading Divorce Lawyers in Virginia.  On this page, he answers the TOP SIX QUESTIONS FOR DIVORCE LAWYERS IN VIRGINIA.  However, while you may find this information useful, you should not rely on this page as legal advice.  After reading this page, please call Anthony at 757-625-3500 to schedule an […] READ MORE

American Institute of DUI/DWI Attorneys Awards Anthony Montagna One of the Ten Best in Virginia

On September 18, 2015, the American Institute of DUI/DWI Attorneys awarded Anthony Montagna “One of the Ten Best in Virginia” for client satisfaction.  After almost 22 years of defending clients with some of the most difficult DUI charges, Anthony has been finally recognized for his tireless preparation and excellent results by his satisfied clients. Anthony […] READ MORE

Criminal Charges Nolle Prossed Against Father of AJ Hadsell

AJ Hadsell was the Norfolk teenager, who was found dead in Southampton County in April, 2015.  The medical examiner indicated that the cause of death was acute heroin poisoning.  However, the manner of death was not able to be determined. Initially, Wesley Hadsell was indicted on statutory burglary, possession of ammunition by a convicted felon, […] READ MORE

Governor McDonnell Loses Appeal

It was a sad day in Virginia recently. Former Virginia Governor McDonnell’s conviction was affirmed by the appeals Court.  Most people believe Governor McDonnell is a good man.  However, the appeals court found the evidence sufficient to uphold his federal court conviction. By losing the appeal, the likelihood of Governor McDonnell  serving prison time became […] READ MORE

Supreme Court Rules on Same Sex Marriage

While there was a long wait, the Supreme Court ruled by a 5-to-4 vote on Friday, June 26, 2015, that everyone has the right to marriage. “No longer may this liberty be denied,” Justice Anthony M. Kennedy wrote for the majority in the monumental decision.   In the opinion, Justice Kennedy also wrote that “No union is […] READ MORE

Norfolk DUI LAWYER EXPLAINS DUI IN VIRGINIA

Anthony Montagna, III has practiced law over 21 years. On this page, a Norfolk DUI lawyer explains DUI in Virginia. DUI’s are one of the most serious misdemeanor charges in Virginia.  If convicted of a DUI, one faces up to 12 months in jail, $2,500.00 fine, loss of driver’s license, and other onerous penalties.  Additionally, it […] READ MORE




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