A former Virginia prosecutor who knows the state’s strategies—and how to fight them. Moreover, he’s a second-generation criminal defense lawyer who is dedicated to protecting the rights of people in Virginia.
Born and raised in Fairfax County, Faraji stayed close to home to study at the prestigious Georgetown University Law Center. Then he spent four years prosecuting cases as part of the Fairfax Commonwealth Attorney’s Office, where he gained deep experience in every area of criminal law and, most importantly, learned how prosecutors think.
Faraji began his criminal defense work in 2009, using his prosecuting experience to build strong cases for those facing the power of the state. Today he handles a wide range of cases; contact him if you’ve been charged with:
* Murder, assault, or other violent crimes
* Robbery, theft, larceny
* Drug distribution, possession or other drug crimes
* Juvenile crimes
In a world where it can be difficult to find a lawyer who really listens to you, criminal defense attorney Faraji A. Rosenthall is different. You can feel it when you talk to him—he cares, and he will give you the sincere, honest communication you need when you are facing criminal charges.
Defending people accused of crimes is in attorney Rosenthall’s blood. Let him put his years of experience on both sides of the courtroom to work in your defense. Call or email him today for a free consultation..
Georgetown University Law Center J.D. (2004) | Criminal Law
Hampton University B.S. (1995) | Business
Attorney Law Firm of Faraji A. Rosenthall 2009 - Current
Prosecutor Office of the Fairfax County Commonwealth Attorney 2005 - 2009
Q. I had received reckless by speeding ticket. 98/70 This happened in VA. Is there a way I can push my court date up? 17 January 2021 A: Yes, court dates can be adjusted to allow time for you to save up to afford a lawyer. Depending on the county, jail time or suspended jail time may be a possibility. If that's the case then the court would have to appoint a lawyer to handle your case for little or no cost to you. Regardless, the best strategy is to contact a lawyer in that area to discuss their fees and options well before your court date. Many attorneys offer free consultations.