With 40 years of trial experience, Jonathan Rogers has been admitted to practice in The United States Supreme Court, The Virginia Supreme Court and The 4th Circuit Court of Appeals, The 3rd Circuit Court of Appeals, The United States District Courts for the Western District of Virginia, The United States District Courts for the Virgin Islands and all Virginia State Courts.
Our practice areas include:
Our experience ranges from wrongful death claims to claims involving catastrophic injuries. These claims arise out of various events such as negligent medical diagnosis, care and treatment by different health care providers, products that are defective, premises liability, negligent security of apartment complexes or commercial buildings and motor vehicle accidents.
Criminal & Traffic Defense
Our experience includes the representation of corporate clients in anticipation of and in response to governmental investigations; the litigation of criminal proceedings during the investigative and grand jury process; the negotiation of immunities from prosecution and plea agreements; and the litigation and trial of complex criminal proceedings from indictment through verdict, sentencing proceedings and/or appeals. In addition, we have handled parallel civil and criminal inquiries where civil litigation or agency proceedings have occurred simultaneously with grand jury or Congressional inquiries.
Our services in the area of dissolution of marriage encompass all litigation aspects of divorce. This includes representation in the mediation process and the litigation of issues that must be resolved by a court. Our litigation experience includes the valuation and division of business interests in connection with the dissolution process.
In addition, we have extensive experience in dealing with issues that arise after a marriage has been dissolved. Our experience in these modification proceedings includes everything from alimony and child support adjustments to visitation and custody issues. The firm also represents clients in child custody disputes.
Employment & Civil Rights Law
Includes issues related to Worker’s Compensation, Human Resources, drug testing, harassment allegations, Family Medical Leave Act compliance, and requests to accommodate disabilities and religious practices. Also includes issues related to religious, racial, sexual, disability or age discrimination; sexual harassment; first amendment rights or right to die. Civil liberties deals primarily with those constitutional amendment that give Americans the right to freedom of religion, speech, to peaceably assemble, to carry arms, to be free of discrimination, and the rights to be free of search or seizures without probable cause.