Craig W. Sampson

Craig W. Sampson: Attorney with Barnes & Diehl, P.C.
  • Associate at Barnes & Diehl, P.C. (18 Attorneys)
  • 7401 Beaufont Springs Drive, Suite 200, Richmond, VA 23230
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Biography

Published Works

- “New Relief from Rental Agreements for Victims of Domestic Violence," published in the Virginia Family Law Quarterly, Spring edition (2014)

- “Tortious Interference with Parental Rights," published in the Family Law News publication of the Virginia State Bar Family Law Section, Fall edition (2012)

- “Update on the Collateral Consequences of the ‘Simple’ Domestic Assault and Battery," published in the Family Law News publication of the Virginia State Bar Family Law Section, Fall edition (2010)

- “The Impact of Driving Under the Influence Charges on Visitation," published in the Family Law News publication of the Virginia State Bar Family Law Section, Winter edition (2009)

- “Collateral Consequences of the “Simple” Domestic Assault and Battery," published in the Family Law News publication of the Virginia State Bar Family Law Section, Spring edition (2009)

- “Virginia Domestic Relations Law, Criminal Law and Firearms," published in the Family Law News publication of the Virginia State Bar Family Law Section, Winter edition (2007)

- Tortious Interference With Parental Rights, Family Law Newsk, Volume 32, Number 3, Fall 2012

- The Impact of Driving Under the Influence Charges on Visitation, Family Law News, Volume 29, Number 4, Winter 2009

- Collateral Consequences of the "Simple" Domestic Assault and Battery, Family Law News, Volume 29, Number 1, Spring 2009

- Virginia Domestic Relations Law, Criminal Law and Firearms, Family Law News, Volume 27, Number 4

Representative Cases

- United States v. Hartwell, 04-6214 (4th Circuit 2006)

- United States v. Eura Cite, 05-4437 (4th Circuit 2006)

- United States v. Hinson, 03-4835 (4th Circuit 2006)

- United States v. Hill (4th Circuit 2005)

- Smith v. Commonwealth of Virginia (Virginia Court of Appeals 2002)

Representative Clients

- Domestic Relations - Divorce, Custody, Support

- Criminal Defense - Federal & State, at Trial & Appellate levels

Classes/Seminars

- "Keeping it Safe - Dealing with the Potentially Violent," Bench Bar Conference, organizer and moderator (October 2015)

- "Hot Topics in Domestic Practice Today," 34th Annual Family Law Seminar, Presenter as to family law appellate case updates (October 2015)

- "Advanced Issues in Family & Divorce Law," National Business Institute Family Law Seminar, presenter on ethics in family law (October 2014)

- "Negotiating, Drafting, Attacking & Defending Marital Agreements," 33rd Annual Family Law Seminar (October 2014)

- "Hot Topics in Family Law Practice Today," 30th Annual Advanced Family Law Seminar, Presenter (April 2014)

- "Your Second Bite at the Apple, Handling Family Law Appeals," 32nd Annual Advanced Family Law Seminar, Presenter (October 2013)

- "You be the Judge - Handling the Spousal Support Case," Bench Bar Conference, Presenter (October 2013)

- "Understanding, Handling & Protecting Your Client's Assets," 29th Annual Advanced Family Law Seminar, Presenter (April 2013)

- "Preparing the Criminal Trial File," Virginia Trial Lawyers Association Paralegal Training Seminar, Presenter (2012)

- "Maximizing Results in Your Protective Order Case," Bench Bar Conference, Moderator (2011)

- "The Relationship Between Domestic Assault and Firearm Rights," Virginia Trial Lawyers Association Seminar, Roanoke, Norfolk, and Fairfax (2011)

- "Violence in the Home," Advanced Family Law Seminar, Presenter (2010)

- "Navigating the Intersections of Criminal and Family Law," Virginia Association of Criminal Defense Lawyers, CLE Annual Fall Meeting (2010)

- Judge, University of Virginia Law School First Year Moot Court Competition (2010)

- Judge, University of Richmond Law School Moot Court Competition (2010)

- "Juvenile Criminal Defense," Virginia Indigent Defense Commission (2005)

- New Judge Training Mock Trial Program (2004)

Honors and Awards

- Selected to Super Lawyers (2016-Current)

- Selected by Virginia Lawyer's Weekly as a Leader in the Law

Professional Associations and Memberships

- Metro Richmond Family Bar Association, President (2016-2017)

- Family Law Section, Virginia State Bar

- Chesterfield County Bar Association

- Federal Bar Association, Past President

- Richmond Criminal Bar Association, Past Member

- Greater Richmond Juvenile Bar Association, Past Member

- Metro Richmond Family Bar Association, Past Treasurer

- National Association of Criminal Defense Lawyers, Past Member

- Virginia Association of Criminal Defense Lawyers, Past Board Member

Past Employment Positions

- Sampson Law Firm, PLC, Principal (2003-2006)

- Law Office of Craig W. Sampson, Principal (1995-2003)

Areas of Practice (5)

  • Litigation
  • Family Law
  • Criminal Law
  • Domestic Relations
  • Criminal Defense

Education & Credentials

Contact Information:
804-638-9095  Phone
(804) 796-1000  Phone
(804) 796-1730  Fax
www.barnesfamilylaw.com/Attorneys/Craig-W-Sampson.shtml
University Attended:
University of Virginia, B.A., English Literature, 1990
Law School Attended:
University of Virginia School of Law, J.D., 1993
Year of First Admission:
1993
Admission:
1997, United States District Court for the Eastern District of Virginia; 1999, United States Court of Appeals for the Fourth Circuit; 2004, United States Supreme Court; 1993, Virginia
ISLN:
900455757
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