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Michael C. May

Michael C. May is an aggressive litigator who has represented clients in courts throughout the Commonwealth of Virginia in civil and criminal matters. He has experience in all manner of litigation, having represented both businesses and individuals as plaintiffs and defendants.   Mr. May ...

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C. Erik Jurgensen

Upon admission to the Virginia Bar in 1998, Erik Jurgensen became an Assistant Commonwealth’s Attorney (state prosecutor) for Fairfax County in the office of the legendary prosecutor Robert F. Horan. In that position, he was responsible for criminal and traffic prosecutions in the General District C...

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Amelia W. May

Amelia W. May works in the firm’s civil division, where she handles family law, employment law, and civil litigation matters. Prior to returning to May Law, LLP (where she served as a clerk throughout law school), Ms. May spent several years in solo practice focusing on a range of transactional matt...

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Monika Ruzicka

Monika S. Ruzicka is May Law’s criminal paralegal and our longest-serving staff member; she joined the Firm in 2003. Monika is an expert in all manner of criminal filings in every Northern Virginia court, both at General District and Circuit levels. She works closely with our attorneys and various C...

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Brandon Sodhi

As the Firm’s civil paralegal, Brandon Sodhi is often the first direct client contact you will have at May Law. He answers initial inquiries regarding employment, contract, family law, and other civil issues, ensuring your information is matched to the attorney best suited to your legal needs. Brand...

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Dusty Sparrow Reed

Lifetime legal career in juvenile, criminal and family relations cases and Lead litigator in jury and non-jury trials.

Experience.

-Lifetime legal career in juvenile, criminal and family relations cases   -Lead litigator in jury and non-jury trials   -Appe...

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Ray Benzinger

Continuing Legal Education Lecturer: Virginia Appellate Procedure; Child Custody; Family Law  

Classes/Seminars

  • Continuing Legal Education Lecturer: Virginia Appellate Procedure; Child Custody; Family Law
 

Thomas A. Key

A former prosecutor and police officer, Thomas A. Key devotes 100 percent of his practice to criminal defense with a special focus on Washington, D.C. cases. He spends almost every day in the D.C.’s Superior Court or federal court, but also handles criminal cases in Virginia and Maryland. May Law is...

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