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A reckless driving conviction remains on your driving record for 11 years.
A criminal conviction cannot be expunged.
Adultery is not necssarily a  bar to the adulterer receiving spousal support.

3903 Fair Ridge Drive, Suite 210
Fairfax, Virginia 22033
   Telephone:  703-273-4100
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Robert S. Letnick
University of New York at New Paltz, B.S. 1973

George Mason University School of Law, J.D. 1977

Virginia State Bar (Family Law Section)

Virginia State Bar-Chairman of Fee Dispute Resolution Progam
(19th Judicial Circuit 2005-Present)

Fairfax Bar Association (1978-Present)

Fairfax Bar Association President's Award
(2001-2002, 2007-2008, 2009-2010, 2012-2013)

Fairfax Bar Association Budget Committee (2006-2010)

Fairfax Bar Association Judicial Screening Committee (2010)

Vienna Bar Association (President 1981-1982)

Virgina Trial Lawyers Association (1978-Present)

  Jeremy S. Letnick
George Mason University, B.A., Therapeutic Counseling, 2004 

Thomas M. Cooley School of Law, J.D. 2008
Certificate of Merit ("Book Award"):  Trial Skills, Alternative
Dispute Resolution, Forensic Science

American Bar Association

Fairfax Bar Association

Prince William Bar Association

Virgina State Bar

Virginia Trial Lawyers Association


Instead of waiting 1 year to file for divorce you can file after only 6 months provided there are no minor children and a property settlement agreement.
For property crimes, such as trespassing or destruction of property, Virginia Code § 19.2-303.2 allows for the Court to place a person on probation and, if all terms are completed, dismiss the case.
A marriage is Voidable if either party was convicted of a felony prior to the marriage without the other party's knowledge.
A conviction for possession of marijuana will result in a 6-month loss of your privilege to drive in Virginia.
Robert Letnick has been practicing law for over 35 years.  His primary focus is domestic relations.  He works closely with his clients and is a no- nonsense attorney.  He will explore settlement options and will fully litigate the case if necessary.  His experience gives him the unique ability to advise clients on likely outcomes depending what course of action the client wishes to pursue.  He is very competitive and his goal is to succeed for each client.
Jeremy Letnick is in the courtroom daily.  His focus is criminal law and traffic law.  He has handled cases ranging from simple speeding to robbery and manslaughter.  He regularly appears before the Judges of Fairfax County and Prince William County and is very familiar with the Courts of Northern Virginia.  His ultimate goal is to make the client's court experience as stress-free as possible while purusing the client's objectives.  Mr. Letnick is a second-degree black belt and takes the respectful position that everyone should stand up for themselves in court and in life.
Virginia will not recognize a Common Law marriage that was attempted to be created in Virginia.  However, Virginia will recognize as valid a Common Law marriage established in another state.
Fairfax County now allows people to bring in their cell phones into the courthouse.
A merchant who has probable cause to believe that a person has shoplifted on the merchant's premises may detain that person for one hour pending the arrival of a law enforcement officer.

A divorce on the grounds of adultery will not be granted if the parties voluntarily cohabited after knowledge of the adultery.
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