Wade Kizer is an experienced Richmond-area trial lawyer who can guide you through the court system and the legal code on complex cases such as:
If you are charged with a violation of Virginia’s drug laws you should have competent, reliable counsel to protect your rights and to assemble your defense case. If you are served with a subpoena to testify before a grand jury you should understand your rights before you testify and you should know how the law might affect you. More >>
Driving While Intoxicated
DWI, DUI, and drunk driving are all synonyms for violations of Virginia Code 18.2-266. This code section includes driving while under the influence of alcohol as well as driving while under the influence of drugs or marijuana. More >>
These include capital murder, first degree murder, second degree murder, voluntary manslaughter and involuntary manslaughter; killings committed during robberies, domestic homicides, killings committed to further drug conspiracies, and killings that grew out of arguments between friends. More >>
For more than 20 years Wade Kizer has been an instructor in classes on police interrogation. If the police want to question you about a crime and you have any criminal liability whatsoever, you should not only know your rights before any questioning. You should understand how your statement might affect you in the future. There are some decisions you make that cannot be reversed. Consider having experienced counsel to assist you in making important decisions.