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Alex Gordon

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Criminal, DUI-DWI, Misdemeanor, Traffic, Felony
Defense of DUI and criminal cases in Fairfax and Prince William County

We know that all people make mistakes. We look at our job as to try to help our clients minimize the impact of these errors upon there lives. Alex... (more)

The state legislature has made Virginia reckless driving laws and Virginia DUI laws are some of the most severe and complex in the nation. The lawyers of the Gordon Law Firm P.C. are experienced Virginia attorneys who serve Fairfax, Loudoun and Prince William Counties with a special focus on reckless driving, DUI and DWI charges.

We offer a free consultation with an experienced traffic and criminal defense attorney for all Reckless Driving, DUI, and criminal court cases.

You can follow the latest news via our DUI Defense and Criminal Defense blogs.

"Very good people I highly recommend this law firm.'very professional, very honest and knowledgeable.I am grateful for finding the The Gordon Law Firm they helped me every step of the way with my case. I am glad to have them on my side. Now I can see why there are so many positive testimonials about this law firm. the best lawyers in Fairfax Virginia or the entire world for me Thank you so much Mr Carlos Wall and MR Alex Gordon you are the best I simply cannot thank them enough!! may god bless them and their families also Vanessa is very nice equally competent and helpful. TOP LAWYERS IN NORTHERN VIRGINIA"

  1 year ago     Kc General


"I was pulled over for driving off the express road into coming traffic. The office gave me a ticket for Reckless driving first rule. I found out about Alex Gordon and his law firm on the internet. Let me tell you this guy and his law firm are amazing. Alex was my lawyer he was able to get my ticket reduced from reckless driving to improper driving I wasn't even in the courtroom for an hour, I was only in that courtroom for 2 minutes and that was it, he did all the talking, truly amazing. A word of advice if you break probation or get a reckless driving or DUI please get a lawyer they know how to talk the talk to the judge, if you go in there without a lawyer you are so screwed trust me"

  1 year ago     David B


"Mr alex is very professional lawyer i must say i was charged with reckless driving class 1 misdemeanor in VA but Mr alex drop the charges to improper driving and fine of $250 only. So if you are looking for a good lawyer please contact the gordon law firm"

  1 year ago     Daniel Dahal


"Very happy with the outcome. I was charged with 102/55 and Mr. Gordon was able to make it only speeding ticket 79/55. I would recommend Gordon law firm to anyone looking for traffic violation"

  1 year ago     Yangji Lama


"If you have a traffic violation that requires legal representation this is absolutely the firm you need to go with. I say that enthusiastically and without reservation. Although I don't want to go into detail on how I know they are the best, I confidently endorse and recommend them as a phenomenally knowledgeable and professional firm that will not let you down, and will do everything to get you the most favorable results possible. If I should ever need legal representation for a traffic violation I would never think of going anywhere else."

  2 years ago     Derek M


The Gordon Law Firm, P.C.
10509 Judicial Drive
Fairfax, VA 22030
38.842847,-77.3103749

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10509 Judicial Drive
Fairfax, VA 22030

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