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The law firm of Jurach, Tacey & Quitiquit, P.L.C. focuses on criminal and traffic defense.

Adam Jurach, Brian Tacey, and Tony Quitiquit all previously served as prosecutors and now use that experience helping people charged with:

The law firm of Jurach, Tacey & Quitiquit is a full service law firm which has multiple offices in Central Virginia around the metro Richmond area. Obtaining the best results for our clients requires aggressive and experienced legal representation at every stage of the criminal case from the pretrial investigation, bond hearings, arraignment, disposition hearings, evidentiary motion hearings, through a jury trial.

Our goal is to provide our clients with the highest quality legal services in a timely and effective manner at a reasonable cost.  Call us today for a free initial consultation over the phone.

We offer reasonable fixed fee arrangements and accept major credit cards.

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NEW VIRGINIA  LAWS Effective July 1, 2016 the bills passed by Virginia’s General Assembly will go into effect.  A comprehensive list of new laws can be found here.  The new laws taking effect cover a wide variety of issues.  Below are a couple of the laws that may impact you. Marriage: A new minimum age to marry…

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Reckless Driving Charge Reduced

A client of Jurach, Tacey & Quitiquit was charged with Reckless Driving in violation of §46.2-862, in Greensville County.    Our client had a security clearance, and conviction of Reckless Driving could have resulted in potential lost employment, license revocation and jail sentence.   The attorney got personal information from the client to provide to the judge.…

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Larceny Crimes in Virginia

Larceny is defined in Virginia as the wrongful or fraudulent taking of personal goods of some intrinsic value, belonging to another, without his assent, and with the intention to deprive the owner thereof permanently.  The most commonly used statutes dealing with larceny are 18.2-111 (Embezzlement), 18.2-95 (Grand Larceny), 18.2-178 (Obtaining by False Pretenses), 18.2-96 (Petit Larceny), and 18.2-103…

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