Notice:
DUE TO COVID-19, PHONE AND VIDEO CONSULTATIONS ARE AVAILABLE TO ALL POTENTIAL CLIENTS AND CURRENT CLIENTS THAT PREFER NOT TO MEET ONSITE. PLEASE DON’T HESITATE TO CALL US IF YOU HAVE ANY QUESTIONS!

Case Results

Some of these reviews may have been submitted on other websites. We are not affiliated with or sponsored by these websites.

  • NOT GUILTY
    Assault Charge Norfolk General District Court: Navy Chief charged with assaulting DoD civilian on Norfolk Naval Base. After vigorous cross examination of alleged victim and presentation of defense evidence, all charged dismissed. NOT GUILTY and returned to full duty.
  • NOT GUILTY of DUI
    Client charged with DUI Virginia Beach General District Court: Client charged with DUI after one vehicle accident in which his vehicle went off the road and travelled 70 yards into a field, flipping over multiple times. After hearing the evidence and considering defense motions filed, judge found client NOT GUILTY of DUI.
  • NOT GUILTY of DUI
    Client charged with DUI Virginia Beach General District Court: Client charged with DUI as well as refusal of breathalyzer. After officer testified that client was uncooperative and rude throughout the stop, Mr. Cline was able to elicit testimony that road was slippery due to inclement weather, and that despite client's lack of cooperation he exhibited signs of not being under the influence. Judge dismissed the charge; NOT GUILTY of DUI.
  • Hampton General District Court
    Client charged with destruction of property, assault and battery, and trespassing. All charges dismissed after Mr. Cline cross examined all Commonwealth witnesses, showing inconsistencies with forensic evidence.
  • Hampton General District Court:
    Client charged with reckless driving. Reduced to defective equipment, no points on license.
  • Langley Air Force Base:
    Represented airman who had tested positive for amphetamines during random urinalysis. After fully litigated discharge board, panel voted to retain the member in the unit. Member returned to duty with no adverse effects. The last three administrative discharge boards Mr. Cline has handled (2 Navy, 1 Air Force) have resulted in the members being retained on active duty.
  • Langley Air Force Base:
    Represented airman who had tested positive for amphetamines during random urinalysis. After fully litigated discharge board, panel voted to retain the member in the unit. Member returned to duty with no adverse effects. The last three administrative discharge boards Mr. Cline has handled (2 Navy, 1 Air Force) have resulted in the members being retained on active duty.
  • Client’s GI Bill fully reinstated.
    Navy Discharge Review Successfully upgraded sailor's discharge from other than honorable conditions for drug abuse to a full honorable discharge. Also upgraded RE code to RE-1.
  • Norfolk Federal Court:
    Client charged with reckless driving on Norfolk Naval Base. Reduced to speeding 9 over the limit.
  • Norfolk General District Court:
    Client charged with carrying firearm into airport terminal. All charges dropped, firearm restored to client.
  • Norfolk Naval Base
    ADSEP board for 17 year chief with 5 consecutive fitness failures. After hours of testimony regarding the chief's outstanding career and efforts toward losing weight, board recommended full retention on active duty.
  • Norfolk Naval Base:
    14 year sailor accused of sexual harassment with junior sailor. Command brought sailor to Captain's Mast. On Mr. Cline's advice, sailor turned down the mast. Command brought sailor to Summary Court Martial. On Mr. Cline's advice, sailor turned down Summary Court Martial. Command took sailor to Admistrative Separation (ADSEP) Board. After fully litigated board hearing, all charges dismissed at the board, sailor retained in the Navy and returned to the fleet.
  • Portsmouth General District Court:
    Client charged with assault during a high school basketball game. Charge dismissed.
  • Sailor recommended for suspended discharge
    Norfolk Naval Base ADSEP Board: Sailor recommended for suspended discharge for 12 months (allowed to remain in Navy contingent upon 12 months of good behavior) after having received 3 Captains Mast in 18 months (2 for underage drinking and one for positive urinalysis for Spice).
  • Suffolk Juvenile and Domestic Relations Court:
    Client charged with assault and battery on a family member. Charge and protective order dismissed at trial.
  • USCG Security Clearance:
    Represented USCG member regarding restoration of security clearance after incident involving disclosure of classified information while underway. Board found no violation and restored member's Top Secret clearance. Returned to full duty without any adverse action.
  • Virginia Beach Circuit Court:
    Won contested firearm rights restoration case for client convicted of felony DUI as well as felony hit and run. Client had been denied his gun rights for over 10 years based upon his felony record. Secured full restoration of Second Amendment rights over the objection of the Commonwealth's Attorney after presentation of evidence of client's good character and rehabilitation.
  • Virginia Beach Circuit Court:
    Restored client's right to carry a firearm over the objection of the Commonwealth Attorney based on felony drug charges.
  • Virginia Beach General District Court
    Virginia Beach General District Court: Client charged with making threats over the airways (using a telephone). After hearing evidence and argument judge dismissed charge.
  • Virginia Beach General District Court:
    Restored client's right to carry firearms after he lost them due to involuntary commitment into mental hospital. Client was honorably discharged veteran who will now be able to pursue employment requiring that he carry a firearm.
  • Virginia Beach General District Court:
    Client charged with four counts of assault based on fight at a party. All four charges dismissed at trial.
  • Virginia Beach Juvenile and Domestic Relations Court:
    Client charged with assaulting his 15 year old daughter, faced up to a year in jail. Mr. Cline convinced Commonwealth's Attorney to dismiss charges based upon parent's inherent authority to discipline children. Client's career as DoD contractor saved.

Contact Us Today!

All Consultations are Free and Confidential
    • Please enter your name.
    • Please enter your name.
    • Please enter your email address.
      This isn't a valid email address.
    • Please make a selection.
    • Please enter a message.