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Alex Gordon is a Manassas, Fairfax, Leesburg Lawyer

Alex Gordon and Carlos Wall have helped more than 3,500 people accused of DUI, felony, and Reckless Driving charges in Fairfax, Loudoun, and Prince William County, Virginia.




Virginia DUI and DWI

Virginia DUI Lawyers

There is tremendous pressure upon anyone accused of DUI. Our attorneys have helped more than 1000 clients in Virginia that have been charged with DWI, DUI, and offenses related to drunk driving. Our lawyers understand the emotional toll upon everyone concerned.

Your Free DUI Defense Consultation

We offer a free initial consultation so you can meet with us in person, get to know our character and experience, and make a well founded judgment about our firm and our ability to stand up and fight for you in court.

We are dedicated to providing experienced, caring, and professional representation to each and every client. We look forward to meeting you.

How to Reach Us

All offices can be reached by calling The Gordon Law Firm Toll Free at 1-866-591-6682.

Who We Serve

Challenging DUI or DWI charges in Loudoun County, Virginia

Click here for an attorney’s perspective on DUI allegations in Loudoun County

Our Loudoun County DUI attorney explains issues such as how a police officer justifies stopping a driver for DUI or DWI, the use of field sobriety tests as evidence of intoxication, and the importance of the proper testing of Blood Alcohol Content.

A Fairfax DWI lawyer explains Virginia DUI and DWI laws

Click here for an attorney’s perspective on DUI allegations in Fairfax County

Our Fairfax County DUI attorney explains issues such as how a police officer justifies stopping a driver for DUI or DWI, the use of field sobriety tests as evidence of intoxication, and the importance of the proper testing of Blood Alcohol Content.

How a lawyer views DUI cases in Prince William County, Virginia

Click here for information on DUI or DWI related cases in Prince William County

Our Prince William County DUI defense lawyer, reviews issues such as probable cause to stop a driver in Virginia for DUI, field sobriety tests, and the use of the Intoxilyzer 5000 results as evidence to determine Blood Alcohol Content.