Franklin County Va Traffic Lawyers

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Salem, VA criminal defense lawyer Harry F. Bosen, Jr. thoroughly investigates the crucial details surrounding the alleged crime(s). He examines the evidence gathered by law enforcement, and looks for errors they may have made. If warranted, he pushes for charges to be dismissed. He negotiates with prosecutors and law enforcement for reduced charges. If a trial is best, he is an effective courtroom advocate who fights hard. Mr. Bosen and his legal team of paralegals, secretaries, technical experts, and expert witnesses bring substantial prowess to bear in building cases. He is committed to defending anyone charged with serious and minor crimes, including:
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Circuit Court
The Clerk of the Circuit Court is responsible for the recording of deeds, deeds of trust, mechanics liens, plats and other miscellaneous instruments on the land records books; docketing of judgments and filing of financial statements under the Uniform Commercial Code. The Clerk files and processes all law and chancery suits including motor vehicle accidents, divorces, injunctions, land partitions, appeals from General District Court, adoption proceedings, and name changes. Duties also include issuance of marriage, hunting and fishing licenses; processing indictments for both felony and misdemeanor cases; jury scheduling; probating wills, appointing administrators, trustees, and guardians; and collecting fines and costs for Circuit Court. All records of this office are open to the public with the exception of sealed juvenile and adoption records. The Clerk of Circuit Court is elected by Franklin County citizens every eight years.
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The Department of Elections (ELECT) was created in 1946 as a bipartisan agency responsible for ensuring uniformity, fairness, accuracy and purity in all elections in the Commonwealth of Virginia. The agency promotes the proper administration of election laws, campaign finance disclosure compliance, and voter registration processes in Virginia by promulgating rules, regulations, issuing instructions, and providing information to local electoral boards and general registrars. In addition, the agency maintains a centralized database of state-wide voter registration and election related data.