Alexandria, VA:

J. Frederick Sinclair, P.C.

J. Frederick Sinclair, P.C.
  • Alexandria, VA
  • 100 North Pitt Street, Suite 200, Alexandria, VA 22314-3145
  • Peer Reviews 5.0/5.0
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About our Alexandria, VA: office

Federal and State Criminal and Civil Trials, IRS Criminal Tax Investigations, Business Crimes, Representation of clients before Grand Juries, and Representation of Individuals charged with Driving While Intoxicated (DWI) and/or other Serious Traffic Violations in State and Federal Courts.

Office Details

Contact Information:
703-299-0600  Phone
703-299-0603  Fax - Facsimile
Mailing Address:
100 North Pitt Street, Suite 200, Alexandria, VA 22314-3145
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Areas of Practice (3)

Specific Areas of Practice for our Alexandria office:

  • Criminal Trial Practice
  • Criminal Defense
  • Civil Litigation

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  • J. Frederick Sinclair
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  • Criminal Defense, Civil Litigation
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  • 5.0/5.0

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Criminal Trial Practice

Alexandria, Virginia

  • Alexandria, VA
    100 North Pitt Street, Suite 200
    Alexandria, VA 22314-3145

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