Tony Quitiquit



Tony Quitiquit

Tony concentrates his legal practice on criminal law, including serious charges like felonies, misdemeanors, DUI’s and reckless driving tickets. Mr. Quitiquit grew up a Virginia native in Emporia,which is in Greensville County and Chesterfield.   He graduated from Hampden Sydney with a B.A. in political science. Tony was also a member of Pi Kappa Alpha and selected to be a part of the Wilson Center for Leadership in the Public Interest. Tony earned the James Madison Public Service Certificate by completing coursework and interning at the office of Congressman Randy Forbes. After his time at Hampden Sydney Mr. Quitiquit moved to Richmond and worked in Richmond, Henrico, and Hanover before deciding to go to law school.

He earned his juris doctor from the Charleston School of Law in 2011.  While in Charleston Tony served as Secretary for the Student Bar Association. He also served as an Ambassador for the school and completed over 500 hours of community service.  He passed the bar on his first attempt, and has been admitted to practice in the Commonwealth of Virginia.

Tony started his legal career as an Assistant Commonwealth’s Attorney in Halifax, Virginia. After a year prosecuting in Halifax, he moved to Richmond  and worked again as an Assistant Commonwealth’s Attorney in Hanover. While serving as an Assistant Commonwealth’s attorney, Tony worked on all types of criminal traffic matters , from DUI, reckless driving to Distribution and Malicious Wounding cases. He worked in Juvenile and Domestic Relations, General District, and Circuit Court handling everything from basic misdemeanors to complex felonies.

Tony decided to leave the Office of the Commonwealth Attorney to start the legal defense firm Jurach, Tacey & Quitiquit.  Mr. Quitiquit got married and moved to Rockville in Hanover County.  He concentrates his practice doing criminal defense and traffic work.  Mr. Quitiquit handles traffic and criminal cases in all Courts in Virginia.  Additionally, Mr. Quitiquit works as a Guardian ad Litem representing juveniles.  Mr. Quitiquit has won numerous awards recognizing his work.  Including being named a Super Lawyer three years in a row, an honor awarded to less than 2.5% of lawyers in Virginia.  He uses his experience as a prosecutor and defense attorney to aggressively defend his criminal clients in courts around Virginia.

Areas of Practice:

Bar Admissions:

Virginia, 2011

Virginia Supreme Court, October 2011


Charleston School of Law, Charleston, South Carolina, 2011

B.A., Hampden-Sydney College, Hampden-Sydney, Virginia, 2006

Professional Associations, Accolades & Memberships:

Virginia Bar Association

Hanover County Bar Association

Henrico County Bar Association

2016 Rising Star (Criminal Law)

2017 Rising Star (Criminal Law)

2018 Rising Star (Criminal Law)