Accomack County VA Reckless Driving & Traffic Lawyers

Accomack County VA Courthouse

Accomack County VA Courthouse

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    Riley & Wells Attorneys-At-Law, PLLC, is a limited liability company that is registered to practice law with the Commonwealth of Virginia State Corporation Commission. Our attorneys are licensed to practice law by the Virginia State Bar. We routinely represent clients before the Accomack County General District Court. Accomac is the county seat of Accomack County. Virginia is a large state and we believe that clients are better represented by attorneys who regularly appear before the same Courts.

    Accomack County VA General District Court

    Clerk

    Ms Francina Violet Chisum

    Phone/Fax

    Phone: (757) 787-0923
    Fax: 757-787-5619 (fax)

    Clerk’s Office Hours

    8:30 AM – 4:30 PM

    Address

    P. O. Box 276
    23371 Front Street
    Accomack, VA 23301-0276

    Judges

    • Hon. Gordon S. Vincent, Presiding Judge, Chief Judge
    • Hon. Patrick A. Robbins

    Court Schedule

    Monday
       10:00 a.m., Misdemeanors - Police cases, shoplifting, bad checks
       11:00 a.m., Misdemeanors - Citizen complaints
       1:30 p.m., Preliminary Hearings
    Tuesday
       9:00 a.m., Traffic - Onley
       9:00 a.m., Traffic - 1st - Hallwood, 2nd - Bloxom, 3rd - 
       Parksley
       10:00 a.m., Traffic - Accomack County Sheriffs, Onancock
       11:00 a.m., Traffic
         1st, 2nd, 3rd, 4th - Chincotegue
         1st and 2nd - Virginia Marie Police
         3rd - Game Wardens
       1:30 p.m., Contested Civil or Miscellaneous (Scheduled by Judge)
         VASAP, Community Corrections, Pre-Trial Services
    Wednesday
       9:00 a.m., Traffic - State Police
       10:00 a.m., Traffic - State Police
       11:00 Traffic
         1st, 2nd, 3rd, 4th - contested DUI Cases (Scheduled by attys & 
            Clerk)
         5th - Contested Civil or Miscellaneous (Scheduled by Judge)
       1:30 p.m., Arraignments
         1st, 2nd, 4th, 5th - Contested Civil or Miscellaneous 
            (Scheduled by Judge)
         3rd - VASAP, Community Corrections, Pre-Trial Services
    Thursday
       10:00 a.m., Civil Returns and Unlawful Detainers
       11:00 a.m., Civil Contested Cases
       1:30 p.m., Contested Civil or Miscellaneous (Scheduled by Judge)
    Friday (2nd, 3rd, and 5th)
       9:00 a.m., Contested Civil or Miscellaneous (Scheduled by Judge)
       10:00 a.m., Contested Civil or Miscellaneous (Scheduled by 
       Judge)
    

    Continuance Policy

    Traffic cases: A first continuance may be granted by the clerk, but only to the police officer’s next scheduled court date. Subsequent continuances by Judge only. Criminal cases: Contact the clerk and the Commonwealth’s Attorney (if involved). Judge’s approval may be required. Civil cases: Contact the clerk and the opposing party or attorney. Before the first return date, the clerk may continue cases when process has not yet been served, and after service, with the agreement of all parties. Subsequent continuances by Judge only. Continuances of scheduled contested cases by Judge only, for good cause.

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    2/3/2022