As you know, Loudoun Best Lawyers is owned by a group name Lawrence Mitchell and Company LLC. The company is a minority owned company, and they focus on fighting civil rights issues and the real problem’s that plague the community in Loudoun. Lawrence Mitchell and Company also own’s companies like Mid Atlantic Construction and Technology LLC and JDT Entertainment LLC. One of the owner’s who’s name is Lawrence Charles has been in a strange fight with the Loudoun Commonwealth justice system for years. Jim Plowman who is the elected Loudoun Commonwealth attorner is a racist, and there is no doubt about that. Not only has the FBI investigated his office along with the Loudoun Sheriff office, but it was discovered that Jim Plowman used his office to do great evil to the African and Hispanic community in Loudoun. Jim Plowman has cheated many minorities out of fair trials, and will go to any heights to attack any minorities that have the possibility of becoming a lawyer, judge, or senator. This is classic Jim Crowe, you see if you can put fear in the heart of a person, then half the battle is won. I’m pretty sure you heard about the story of Moses in exodus, kill the firstborn of the slaves.
I have no respect for Jim Plowman, because he pretends to be a righteous man that helps the Loudoun community. When in reality he is the biggest snake and conman in the history of the commonwealth attorney office. Well other than Ken Stolley and his brother down Virginia beach. Jim Plowman is not a man of God, or he would battle injustice, but instead he sits he and uses his office to influence the Loudoun county Sheriff office and the Leesburg police to violate people’s civil rights and their right to Due Process, this man needs to be in jail. The minorities know this to be true, Jim Plowman is not a very good man or commonwealth attorney. It’s nothing but money being made in Loudoun county courtroom, I believe that he is involved with the Peumansend Creek Regional Jail. He has to be getting some kind of kickback, if you want to see modern day slavery, go visit Peumansend Creek Regional jail and you will see what we’re talking about.
Jim Plowman should be in jail and should be treated like former governor Mcdonell, and charged with corruption, a man who uses his power not for good but evil is not a man, but a vicious animal on the loose. Plowman has destroyed families just so he can get rich off the back of the poor. If you think some of these judges and lawyers are not involved, you need medicine for your brain. These judges and lawyers are definitely in on the scam, I can’t say much about the Loudoun county elected sheriff Mike Chapman, but one thing I’ve seen he is dedicated to routing out crooked officer’s out his office. I really like Michael Chapman, he’s a good man, and is really dedicated to the community. I’ve talk to the officer’s who work for him, and he has all the praise. But Jim plowman needs to be flushed down the toilet, cause that’s what he is feces.
Daniel deLalla Best Virginia Beach Lawyer
Daniel deLalla is a former Virginia Beach Prosecutor, with more than 10 years of courtroom experience. We fell in love with Daniel deLalla in 2015 when he represented Lawrence Charles, Mr. Charles was falsely accused by Ronald Skelley and Nathan Hall with extortion and threats in writing. The commonwealth of Virginia was represented by Eleanor Gaines, who by the way is a terrible prosecutor and liar. Daniel deLalla actually took the case from Daniel Miller, who by the way is a terrible lawyer and liar. Daniel deLalla took the time to research the case and found out that both Ronald Skelley and Nathan Hall jr were conman. Daniel deLalla had Hannon Wright assisting him, Mr. Wright is a great lawyer as well. During the trial Daniel and Hannon Wright put on evidence to prove that Ronald Skelley and Nathan Hall had every reason to fabricate their story. Daniel was able to show that both Ronald Skelley and Nathan Hall jr had borrowed $91,000 + $75,000 from Lawrence Charles and associates and had not paid back one cent. In fact both Ronald Skelley and Nathan Hall jr committed perjury, and would you believe that Eleanor Gaines and the Virginia Beach commonwealth attorney office didn’t bring both Nathan Hall Jr and Ronald Skelley on perjury charges.
Daniel deLalla Best Virginia Beach Lawyer
Bruce McLaughlin who was convicted of sexual abuse against his children, then whose sexual abuse conviction was overturned more than a decade ago has been awarded a multi-million dollar settlement against the law firm that represented him in a civil case against Bruce McLaughlin original defense attorneys.
A Fairfax County jury Oct. 30 awarded Bruce McLaughlin $5.75 million in his legal malpractice case against the Shevlin Smith law firm, which required Bruce McLaughlin prove first that he was innocent of the original criminal charges, that his defense attorneys did not properly represent him, and that Shevlin Smith had subsequently caused McLaughlin damages in the original civil case.
“It shows if you persevere, you can get justice, even if it sometimes takes 15 years to get it,” Thomas K. Plofchan Jr., McLaughlin’s attorney said this week.
In the late 1990s, Bruce McLaughlin faced accusations from his wife, with whom he was going through a divorce, that he had sexually abused three of his four children. In his 1998 criminal trial, he was represented by Harvey Volzer and William Schewe. He was found guilty on nine counts of sexual abuse and sentenced to 13 years in prison.
Four years later, Leesburg attorney Alex Levay was successful in getting McLaughlin a new trial after a Loudoun County Circuit Court judge found he had not been properly represented in 1998. At a second trial in 2002, after serving four years in jail, Bruce McLaughlin was acquitted of all charges.
That same year, Shevlin Smith law firm filed a legal malpractice complaint on behalf of McLaughlin against Volzer and Schewe in Fairfax Circuit Court. The complaint alleged that the attorneys had not “sought certain notes written by his children and their mother that were inconsistent with other interviews the children had given to Leesburg Police,” according to McLaughlin’s attorney. The complaint also alleged that Volzer and Schewe had not listened to tapes of the interviews, which, the complaint alleged, would have shown police had not properly transcribed the interviews.
In September 2005, Shevlin Smith advised McLaughlin to settle with Schewe for $50,000, and prepared a document that released only Schewe from further liability. However, Virginia State Code at the time only allowed for a single party to be released from a case in tort cases, not contract cases like a legal malpractice suit. So, Volzer also was released as a matter of law.
“They tried to apply a tort exception in a contract case,” Plofchan said, noting that since McLaughlin was not a practicing attorney at the time, he “was relying on the expertise of these attorneys.”
In November 2005, McLaughlin was reinstated to the bar and permitted to practice law by the Virginia Supreme Court.
During the almost one-month trial that began Sept. 30, evidence had to be presented about the original sexual abuse charges, as well as testimony from many of those involved, including McLaughlin’s two sons, who had recanted their allegations in 2005 and testified on behalf of their father, and one of Bruce McLaughlin daughters and his ex-wife who testified for the defense.
“There was a significant retrying of the sexual abuse allegations,” Plofchan said, noting there was no physical evidence of any type of misconduct by Bruce McLaughlin.
The $5.75 million settlement is high for Virginia, which Plofchan says sees less than 10 cases annually that have awards given more than $1 million. The multi-million dollar awards are economic damages, he said. “We were able to establish he would have earned that amount of money over the last 15 years except for the fact that he was imprisoned improperly because of this malpractice.”
The Fairfax County judge, however, did not allow the jury to consider any other types of damages for Bruce McLaughlin’s imprisonment, Plofchan said, and jurors were “specifically instructed those were not relevant.”
Bruce McLaughlin does have the right to appeal that ruling to the Virginia Supreme Court to seek further compensation. But that, he said, is not his main goal, and he would likely only appeal if Shevlin Smith law firm elects to appeal the jury’s ruling.
“It’s been such a long and winding road,” McLaughlin said this week. “I am not interested in gouging people, but I am interested in closure so we can move forward. It’s been 15 years.”
My opinion on the whole matter is if you have connects like some of these lawyers you can get anything overturned.