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Jason Douglas Reed has worked in litigation for his entire career.  Whether representing the Commonwealth of Virginia, multi-billion dollar corporations, or citizens charged with a crime, Mr. Reed has always fought for his clients in the courtroom.  He has successfully argued cases to both judges and juries, and developed a thriving trial practice.


Mr. Reed began his legal career at the T.C. Williams School of Law at the University of Richmond, graduating magna cum laude.  During his time at the school, Mr. Reed argued two federal cases as a third-year practitioner and represented his school at the ABA’s National Criminal Justice Trial Advocacy Competition in Chicago. Mr. Reed has taught criminal procedure and american courts classes at the college level.  He is presently an adjunct assistant professor at the University of Richmond.

Criminal Law Experience

In criminal law, Mr. Reed as worked as both a prosecutor and public defender.  This experience allows him to examine cases from all perspectives and thoroughly assess their strengths and weaknesses.  Mr. Reed has used these skills in trials before both judges and juries.

Civil Law Experience

Mr. Reed argued his first case in federal district court while still in law school, fighting for the educational rights of an autistic student.  Since that time,  Mr. Reed has worked on several multi-million dollar cases, ranging from medical malpractice to products liability to traffic collisions.  This experience in the courtroom gives you the confidence you need to press for fair compensation, rather than making concession after concession to avoid the risk of trial.

Stephen K. Armstrong, Esq.



Steve Armstrong has been a fighter in the courtroom ever since his days as a police officer. Today, he continues to fight—for you and your rights!


Mr. Armstrong is a graduate of the Appalachian School of Law in Southwest Virginia. While studying there, he was a member or officer in several student organizations. Most notably, Mr. Armstrong served as the Editor- In-Chief of The Jury Box (the journal of the Criminal Law Society) as well as serving two years on the Moot Court Board, twice traveling to Albany, New York to represent his school in the Gabrelli Family Law competition. Mr. Armstrong is currently an adjunct instructor of criminal justice and legal studies at a local college. His teaching philosophy involves academic theory infused with “real world” experience.

Criminal Law Experience

With years in law enforcement as the foundation for a career as an attorney, Mr. Armstrong has what it takes to take on your case. Whether you or a loved one are accused of a minor traffic violation, misdemeanor crime, or a more serious felony, you need a strong criminal defense lawyer. From arrest, pre-trial arraignment, bond/bail hearings, trial, sentencing and appeals, Mr. Armstrong will be there for you during every step of the process.

Civil Law Experience

When someone has done you wrong, you need an experienced trial attorney on your side. Mr. Armstrong has handled many trials involving defamation, malicious prosecution and intentional infliction of emotional distress. Mr. Armstrong also has extensive experience in landlord-tenant law, with a special focus on the Virginia Residential Landlord-Tenant Act. Whether you need legal help as a property owner or as a renter, Mr. Armstrong will provide you seasoned advice and experience.

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