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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.




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Virginia Fairfax County Court Information

Virginia Fairfax Court InformationThank you for visiting our website. Alex Gordon and Carlos Wall are at the Fairfax courthouse almost every day helping people.  The attorneys of The Gordon Law Firm have represented more than 4000 people charged with criminal and traffic offenses throughout Northern Virginia including Vienna, Reston, Herndon, the City of Fairfax, and Fairfax County. We sincerely hope that the following information about the Fairfax County court system proves helpful.

The Gordon Law Firm is located directly across from the Fairfax County courthouse at 10509 Judicial Drive at Suite 102 in the center of the City of Fairfax.

Fairfax Courthouse – General District Court

Address and Directions to the Fairfax County Courthouse:

Fairfax County Judicial Center
4110 Chain Bridge Road
Fairfax, Virginia 22030

The Judicial Center is located in the City of Fairfax behind the historical courthouse and directly to the left of the tall Massey Building. This is just south of the intersection of Rt. 123 (Chain Bridge Road) and Rt. 236 (Main Street or Little River Turnpike).

Public parking is available in Garage B located on Page Avenue, between West Street and Judicial Drive.   A small surface parking lot located between the Massey Building and the Judicial Center provides accessible parking spaces for those with a DMV Disabled permit.

If you are a client of The Gordon Law Firm, our parking lot is free and is closer to the courthouse than the public garage.  It can be located at 10509 Judicial Drive in the City of Fairfax.

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Jurisdiction and Procedure of Fairfax County General District Court

The Fairfax County General District Court is located in Virginia’s 19th Judicial District serving the County of Fairfax, the City of Fairfax, and the Towns of Herndon, Vienna and Clifton. The number of judges and their salaries are set by Virginia’s General Assembly and provided for in the Code of Virginia. The 11 judges of the Fairfax County General District Court are headed by a chief judge who is elected by the judges to serve for a period of two years. This position is currently held by Chief Judge Penney Azcarate.

All trials at the district court level are heard by a judge. The cases to be heard each day are listed on a docket sheet which is posted outside the divisional clerk’s office (Civil, Criminal, Small Claims, Traffic) located on the first or second floor of the Judicial Center. Cases are listed alphabetically by the defendant’s and plaintiff’s last name. The courtroom assignment is listed next to each name.

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After Your Hearing or Trial in Traffic Court

Unlike the State of Maryland, General District Court judges in the Commonwealth of Virginia do not have the authority to adjust or reduce points. After conviction, the Department of Motor Vehicles (DMV) determines the amount of demerit points to be assessed according to the severity of the offense. For further information about points, please call 1-800-435-5137 or visit the DMV Web site.

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Paying Your Fines and Court Costs without waiting in line

To pay your fines and court costs by phone, you may call the Traffic Division (703-246-3764) or the Criminal Division (703-691-7320) and pay by credit card using VISA, MASTERCARD, AMERICAN EXPRESS or DISCOVER. To pay a traffic ticket by credit card using the Court’s Interactive Voice Response System between 6:30a.m. and 6:00 p.m. Monday through Friday, you must know your case or summons number. If you do not know your case or summons number you can go to the General District Courts Case Information system online to get your case number.

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Checking Case Information On-Line

Online access for Criminal and Traffic General District Court case information for is available at the following web site:

http://www.courts.state.va.us

  1. Under Case Information click on “General District Courts”
  2. Select Fairfax County General District from drop down and click Begin
  3. Select Traffic, Criminal or Civil and click Continue
  4. You can then search for your case by Name or using the Case Number
  5. When you have finished using the application click the “LOGOFF” button.
  6. You can return to our Fairfax County General District Court homepage by clicking on Virginia Courts
  7. Click on General District Courts
  8. Click on Fairfax County

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Disclaimer:
The Gordon Law Firm has provided this information for your convenience. Please understand that as time passes that some of the above phone numbers and names may change. We will make every attempt to keep our website updated with accurate information.