Most likely the last Easter that Ben will be coloring eggs. At 12 years old, I think he is figuring out that #1 Bunnies don't do eggs, and that a Bunny can't possibly get to everyone's house to hide said eggs.
Criminal & Traffic Defense Attorney, Government Affairs Representative. Retired Member of the Virginia House of Delegates, 42nd District 1994-2017
6367 Rolling Mill Place, Suite 102
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For three decades people who have problems with government and people charged with offenses in Virginia’s Courts, have looked to Dave Albo to solve their problems and get them through difficult times. This is not only because of his vast legal experience in representing people charged with crimes (with 30 years in the field, Mr. Albo is not learning on the job – he has seen it before), but also because Dave Albo has strong community ties and treats the people who come to him as people and not as just “clients.” In addition, because of his 24 years experience as a Member of the Virginia House of Delegates (12 years a Chairman of the House Courts of Justice Committee), Dave also serves as a government affairs representative (aka “lobbyist”) assisting people and businesses who need help with State and Local government.
Dave Albo has practiced law for 30 years. At the start of his legal career, he served as the Fairfax City Prosecutor for three years. (Once elected to the Virginia House of Delegates, he was no longer allowed to be a Prosecutor). During his former career as a Prosecutor, he handled dockets of often 30 or more cases which ran the gamut of law: DUI, Assault & Battery, Disorderly Conduct, Driving on Suspended / Without License, Reckless Driving, Possession of Marijuana… the list goes on and on. Mr. Albo dealt with these types of charges each and every day he was in court – an intense way to learn the law! In addition to that, Mr. Albo represented clients in Northern Virginia Courts and Federal Court for serious felony charges, including Possession of Narcotics, Distribution of Narcotics, Embezzlement, Government Contracts Fraud, Malicious Wounding, Felony DUI, to name a few. We estimate that Dave Albo has handled over 10,000 cases in his career.
In addition to Mr. Albo’s vast legal experience, he is a sought-after lecturer for continuing education classes. He teaches Criminal, DUI, and Reckless Driving Defense Law, Recent Updates on the Law, and Alcoholic Beverage Control Law to other Virginia lawyers at leading Continuing Legal Education programs. Recently he was asked by the Federal Reserve to teach their regulators on possible criminal activities in Fantasy Sports Gaming. In other words, lawyers pay to have Dave Albo teach them how to practice law, and government agencies ask Dave Albo to teach their employees the law.
Even national media has sought out Dave Albo for his opinions on the law. Mr. Albo appears regularly in the national broadcast news for CNN, Fox News, NBC, ABC, The Today Show and Dateline.
Finally, it is not just Albo & Oblon telling you that Mr. Albo is highly qualified. A number of third party organizations have recognized Mr. Albo. For example, he has been:
Mr. Albo grew up in West Springfield. He has served as a guardian for abused children, President of the West Springfield Civic Association, and Springfield representative on the Fairfax County Transportation Commission.
In 1993, Mr. Albo was elected to the Virginia House of Delegates. He recently retired as the 7th most senior member of the 100-Member House. He served as Chairman of the House of Delegates Courts of Justice (“Judiciary”) Committee for over a decade. This is the committee that writes all of Virginia’s criminal and civil laws and oversees the selection of Judges. Mr. Albo was also the longest-serving member on the House of Delegates Sub-Committee on Alcohol, Gaming and Tobacco. In addition, Mr. Albo served on the Northern Virginia Transportation Commission, the State Crime Commission, and the Committee Overseeing Judges and Courts in Virginia.
University of Richmond, JD (1988); University of Virginia, BA, Economics (1984)