A Proven Criminal Defense Lawyer

Timothy J. Quick grew up the son of an FBI agent and was introduced early on to various aspects of criminal law. He grew up with his father's service firearm on the counter and stories of persons arrested for serious felonies, murders and various federal offenses such as white collar crime, drug distribution and firearm offenses.

As an Assistant Commonwealth's Attorney for the city of Virginia Beach, Timothy J. Quick successfully prosecuted hundreds of misdemeanors and felonies, from reckless driving and DUI to larceny, sex offenses, juvenile offenses and murder.

In 2003, he founded Timothy J. Quick, P.C., and his career as a criminal defense attorney got underway. Since then he has defended thousands of criminal and traffic offenses for those wrongfully accused, for those who were guilty but needed competent representation and for good people who have been charged with bad things.

These are just some of the focal areas of Timothy J. Quick's criminal law practice:

In addition to the above areas, we also provide a seasoned defense against all felony and misdemeanor charges. Regardless of the allegations that have been made against you, you can rely on us to protect your rights while we work to help you achieve the best possible outcome for your situation.

Successful Defense Of DUI, Misdemeanors And Felonies

Our firm defends persons accused of both misdemeanors and felonies, at both the state and federal levels. We have successfully defended against most felony charges, from murder to drug trafficking cases to possession of child pornography to fraud. Our cases frequently make the papers. To learn more about our success stories, please visit our news articles page.

What is the common thread in these very different, very challenging cases? In each case we found a way to have our client acquitted of a very serious crime, or to have the charge or sentence significantly reduced.

In Virginia, both defendant and prosecutor have a right to a jury trial. So, when it comes time to hire an attorney for a criminal charge, ask the attorney about his jury trial experience — because you could be facing a jury, whether you want one or not.

Serving Virginia Beach, Norfolk, Chesapeake, the Eastern Shore, and all of Hampton Roads

One reason Timothy J. Quick is effective is that as a young lawyer he learned criminal law on the other side, as an Assistant Commonwealth's Attorney for Virginia Beach.

Working for the state, Timothy J. Quick put in hundreds of hours in the courtroom, working with other prosecutors and watching top area defense lawyers at their work, learning about strategy, presentation and the intricacies of the law.

Common Criminal Defense And DUI-Related Questions We Can Answer

  • What Should I Expect from a Criminal Defense Attorney?
  • Can A Criminal Defense Lawyer Save Me Money?
  • What Is the Difference Between Criminal and Civil Law in Virginia?
  • What Is a Criminal Appeal?
  • What Is a Plea Bargain?
  • Does a Police Officer Have to Read Me My Rights?
  • What Is the Difference Between Felony and Misdemeanor Charges?
  • How Do I Expunge My Criminal Record in Virginia?
  • What Is a Criminal Charge of Disorderly Conduct?
  • What Is a Criminal Charge of Assault?
  • What Is a Criminal Charge of Drug Possession?
  • What Is a Charge of Rape or Sexual Battery?
  • What Is a Drug Trafficking Charge?
  • How Serious is a Weapon or Firearm Charge in Tidewater?
  • Should I Be Concerned if Arrested for Reckless Driving?
  • Should I Take a Breath Test If I'm Arrested for DUI?
  • What is a Breathalyzer?
  • What Is A Field Sobriety Test?
  • What Is a DUI or Sobriety Checkpoint?
  • Is a Police Officer Required to Read Me My Rights in a DUI Case?
  • What Is an Interlock Device and Is It Required in Virginia?

Call Timothy J. Quick If You've Been Arrested

  • If you have been arrested, the time to call Timothy J. Quick is now, at 757-453-7674, or toll free at 800-588-8130.
  • You have the right to a lawyer. You have the right to remain silent. Exercise your rights. Never make a voluntary statement without your lawyer present.
  • Don't give up. Help is on the way.

Have you been charged with committing a crime in Hampton Roads or in the Eastern Shore? Call criminal attorney Timothy J. Quick at Timothy J. Quick, P.C., at 757-453-7674, or e-mail us using this form. Free in-office consultations.

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QuickLegal.net is both our brand and our promise to get to your case without delay and without undue expense. For expeditious, economical legal assistance in Tidewater, Hampton Roads, Norfolk & other Virginia areas, call 757-453-7674 today.