At Williams Stone, PC, our lawyers are veterans who stand solidly on our core values. We have the courage to aggressively try criminal defense, family law, discharge upgrades and personal injury cases in court. Our integrity encompasses being accountable and fully dedicated to representing clients’ best interests every step of the way. We have the experience, skill and reputation to do so.
Representing Individuals, Families And Service Members Throughout Northern Virginia Since 2007
Veterans With Experience Resolving Complex Legal Matters
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We Take Our Core Values Seriously
We are not afraid to take your case to court. We have serious experience with assertive strategies inside and outside of the courtroom. Attorney Anthony Williams has been a military judge, a criminal defense attorney, and a senior appellate defense attorney. His service as a judge advocate in the JAG Corps gave him a broad background in both military and civilian law.
Attorney Eric B. Stone is a retired Marine. He understands military, family, and criminal law. As a JAG lawyer, he defended cases involving court-martial criminal offenses, Article 32 and command investigations, and handled other military law matters including AWOL and desertion, security clearance revocation and Article 15s.
Our associate attorney, Chapman Good, began his professional life in 2005 as a United States Marine. He was a Rifleman that twice deployed to Operation Enduring Freedom. He started his legal career as a paralegal just after he left the Marine Corps in 2013.
Do You Need A Lawyer With Extensive Military Experience And Who Will Treat You Or Your Loved One Like Family?
Whether you have a criminal issue, family issues, security clearance issue, a child with school disciplinary problems, delinquency or criminal charges, We understand the needs of military and military family members.
Do you have PTSD? Has your military service made your life more difficult? Has your PTSD contributed to you legal issues? Is it hard to talk about? We understand. If you have a criminal matter, we have extensive experience working with Veterans Court and often get charges deferred or handed outside of court so that you can get better and move forward.
Need a discharge upgrade? Have you been separated from the service administratively or are you facing administrative separation (ADSEP)? We have extensive experience working with the boards for correction of military records (BCMRs) and discharge review boards (DRBs). If you are currently facing administrative separation and need experienced counsel for advice or representation, CALL US.
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