Attorney Bryan Block – Former Virginia State Trooper

Attorney Bryan Block is one of the two attorneys of Sris, P.C. who practices in the Richmond area. He is a former Virginia State Trooper with 15 years of experience in criminal and traffic investigation. He has been certified as a Level I Accident Investigator, Traffic Radar Operator and a Breathalyzer Operator. During his time…

Virginia Sex Crime Prostitution Sexual Intercourse Violation Attorneys Richmond City

Virginia Sex Crime Prostitution Sexual Intercourse Violation Attorneys Richmond City MARK TAILOR v. COMMONWEALTH OF VIRGINIA Facts: On June 4, 1998, at about 1:15 a.m., appellant, driving a Dodge conversion van, stopped in a travel lane near the corner where Jakarti (Detective worked as a decoy for the investigation of prostitution) stood. Appellant lowered the…

Virginia Sex Crime Rape Sodomy Confession Lawyers Hampton City

Virginia Sex Crime Rape Sodomy Confession Lawyers Hampton City JOHN PETER V. COMMONWEALTH OF VIRGINIA Facts: Defendant was convicted in a jury trial of rape and sodomy. The offenses occurred in the City of Hampton and valid arrest warrants were issued by a Hampton magistrate. A Hampton detective executed the rape warrant and, accompanied by…

Virginia Sex Crime Rape Sexually Violent Predator Attorneys Fairfax County

Virginia Sex Crime Rape Sexually Violent Predator Attorneys Fairfax County EMILLE v. COMMONWEALTH OF VIRGINIA Facts: On March 13, 1989, pursuant to a guilty plea Defendant was convicted in the Circuit Court of Fairfax County of rape. On June 9, 1989, Defendant was sentenced to serve twenty-five years imprisonment, with ten years suspended. The Attorney…

Virginia Sex Offender Treatment Probation Violation Lawyers Richmond County

A trial court did not err in finding that defendant violated his probation by refusing to admit that he committed the charged crime during court-ordered sex offender treatment because defendant’s Alford plea did not contain an implicit promise that he would never be required to admit his guilt. Prosecution of Child Pornography is on the…

Virginia Sex Violation Conviction Attorney Loudoun County

Defendant was required to register as a sex offender pursuant to Va. Code Ann. § 9.1-902(B)(1) after he was convicted of nine violations of Va. Code Ann. § 18.2-386.1 because he had accumulated at least three convictions of § 18.2-386.1 and the contemporaneousness of his convictions was not a bar to enforcement of the registration…

Virginia Sex Offender Registration Minor Solicitation Lawyers Fairfax County

Trial court did not err in requiring defendant to register as sex offender pursuant to Va. Code Ann. § 9.1-902(A)(2) based on defendant’s conviction of computer solicitation for sex with minor based on defendant’s actions in using his computer to solicit sex from someone he thought was 13-year-old girl, but who was, in fact, a…