Arlington County Circuit Court

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Our attorneys practice across Northern Virginia, particularly in Arlington County Circuit Court. Our team regularly litigates in Alexandria, Prince William County, Loudoun County, and many other Virginia jurisdictions. With the Arlington Circuit Court near our Alexandria office, we often represent clients in Arlington in both civil and criminal matters.

Arlington County Virginia Courthouse

The Arlington County Virginia Courthouse is located at 1425 N Courthouse Rd, Arlington, Virginia. The Arlington Courthouse includes the Juvenile and Domestic Relations District CourtGeneral District Court, and Circuit Court. The courthouse hears both criminal and civil cases.

Arlington County Circuit Court

The Arlington’s Circuit Court has jurisdiction on civil disputes over $25,000.00, appeals from General District Court, and other civil matters. Most circuit court civil cases are initiated through a civil complaint. This complaint is served on the defendant, at which time a defendant generally has 21 days to file a responsive pleading with the court.

The process in Circuit Court involves discovery, motions, and procedural requirements that are more complex than general district court. Following this process, if the case is not dismissed, then the case will proceed to a judge or jury.

Whether the case is in General District Court or Circuit Court, there are numerous deadlines and important procedural requirements in each case. The local procedures and rules change frequently, so always consult with an attorney regarding your rights and obligations.

Schedule a Consultation for a Case in Arlington Circuit Court

If you have a criminal or civil case in Arlington County, contact the office today to schedule a consultation with an experienced attorney.