Alleghany County-Covington VA Reckless Driving & Traffic Lawyers

Alleghany County-Covington VA Reckless Driving & Traffic Lawyers

Alleghany 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 represent clients in Covington VA before the Alleghany County General District Court. Covington is the county seat of Alleghany County. Virginia is a large state and we believe that clients are better represented by attorneys who regularly appear before the same Courts.

    Alleghany County-Covington VA General District Court

    Clerk

    Ms Anita Smith Unroe
    email: aunroe@vacourts.gov

    Phone/Fax

    Phone: (540) 965-1720
    Fax: (540) 965-1722

    Clerk’s Office Hours

    8:00 AM – 4:00 PM

    Address

    P. O. Box 139
    266 West Main Street
    Covington, VA 24426-0139

    Proper dress is required.

    No shorts or clothing with rude, obscene or vulgar wording or pictures will be permitted.

    General District Judges

    • Hon. Robin J. Mayer, Presiding Judge
    • Hon. William Harrison Cleaveland, Chief Judge
    • Hon. Christopher M. Billias
    • Hon. Rupen R. Shah

    Juvenile and Domestic Relations Judges

    • Hon. Correy R. Smith, Chief Judge
    • Hon. Robert C. Hagan Jr.
    • Hon. Linda Schorsch Jones
    • Hon. Susan B. Read
    • Hon. Paul A. Tucker

    Court Schedule

    General District Court Schedule
       Monday (except for any fifth Monday)
       8:30 a.m., Arraignments
       9:00 a.m. (unrepresented defendants)
         Covington Police Department
         Alleghany County Sheriff's Department
         No court on any fifth Monday
       10:00 a.m. (represented defendants)
       1:00 p.m. - 4:00 p.m.: Civil Court, every Monday afternoon 
       except for any fifth Monday
       Tuesday
       8:30 a.m., Arraignments
       9:00 a.m. (unrepresented defendants), Virginia State Police
       10:00 a.m. (represented defendants)
       11:15 a.m., VASAP
       1:00 p.m. (unrepresented defendants), Clifton Forge Police 
       Department/Code Enforcement
       2:00 p.m. (represented defendants
       2nd Thursday of each month
       8:30 a.m., Arraignments
       9:00 a.m. (represented defendants), Alleghany County Sheriff's 
       Department
       10:00 a.m. (represented defendants)
       1:00 p.m., (unrepresented defendants), Covington Police 
       Department
       2:00 p.m. (represented defendants)
       4th Thursday of each month
       8:30 a.m., Arraignments
       9:00 a.m. (unrepresented defendants), Alleghany County Sheriff's 
       Department
       10:00 a.m. (represented defendants)
       1:00 p.m. (unrepresented defendants), Covington Police 
       Department
       There is NO court on the 1st, 3rd or 5th Thursday of the month
    
    Juvenile and Domestic Relations District Court
       Wednesday
         8:30 a.m., Arraignments
         9:00 a.m., Custody/Visitation/Support/DSS
         3rd Wednesday of each month - Driver's License Ceremony
         4th Wednesday of each month - Division of Child Support 
            Enforcement cases
       Friday
         No court on any first Friday of the month
         8:30 a.m., Arraignments
         9:00 a.m., Juvenile delinquency & Adult Criminal Cases
         10:00 a.m., Juvenile detention hearings
         10:00 a.m., Contested Juvenile Delinquency & Adult Criminal 
            Cases
         1:00 p.m., CHINS cases
    
    
    

    Continuance Policy

    First continuance granted by Judge or Clerk; subsequent continuances granted by Judge on motion. Criminal case continuances must be approved by the Commonwealth Attorney.

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    8/31/2021