Stephen Guss has been an active member of the NORML Legal Committee for more than 20 years.
Marijuana and other drug possession charges.- Do not bring drugs to the Wolftrap National Park for the Performing Arts as it may lead to criminal charges being filed in the United States District Court for the Eastern District of Virginia in Alexandria, or the Fairfax County VA Courts depending on which Officer issues you a citation.
He has participated in several precedent cases of first impression (First impression is the opinion or inference reached by a court, authority or person by applying the logic and reasoning on the circumstances prevailing in that case, when a similar precedence, decision, ruling etc are not existing to guide them – Legal-Explanations.com)
To protect your best interests, a criminal law attorney should have experience handling cases as a defense attorney. When you come to the Law Office of Stephen E. Guss, PC, in Fairfax, Virginia, you can rest assured that Stephen Guss has the experience and skill necessary to represent you and get the best results possible.
If you have been charged with misdemeanor or felonies such as Battery, Drug Offenses, DUI/DWI, Credit Card Fraud, Petty Larceny, Theft, Assault, Forgery, Grand Larceny, Sexual assault or any other criminal offense, contact us today via e-mail or call 703-691-0707 for your free criminal law consultation to discuss the facts of your case.
Stephen Guss has been involved in a variety of criminal cases. A partial listing of significant cases is listed below (SEG clients are noted in BOLD):
Commonwealth of Virginia v. R. J. McDonald
Distribution of Cocaine; Acquitted and Arrest Record Expunged
City of Alexandria v. D. Zook
Possession of Cocaine with Intent to Distribute; Not Guilty
City of Alexandria v. A. Khan
Malicious Wounding; Hung Jury and Not Re-indicted
Loudoun County v. J. M. Grassia
Manufacturing (Growing) Marijuana; Reduced to Simple Possession
Commonwealth of Virginia v. J. Patel
Possession of Cocaine; Dismissed
Commonwealth of Virginia v. J. Watson
Grand Larceny; Reduced to Petit Larceny
Commonwealth of Virginia v. A. Hofberg
Possession of PCP and Ecstasy with intent to distribute; Reduced to Simple Possession
Commonwealth of Virginia v. M. Eaton
Armed Robbery; Not Guilty