|VA||Authorized to practice law||1982||02/13/2017|
|Award name||Grantor||Date granted|
|Best Lawyers in America||Best Lawyers in America||2014|
|Virginia Super Lawyer||Virginia Super Lawyers||2014|
|Virginia Legal Elite||Virginia Legal Elite||2014|
|AV Rating in Criminal Law and Family Law||Martindale-Hubbell||2014|
|Richmond's Best White-Collar Criminal Defense Lawyer of the Year||Best Lawyers in America||2012|
|Top Lawyers||Richmond Magazine||2012|
|Leader in the Law||Virginia Lawyers Weekly||2010|
|Award of Excellence||Asian Pacific American Bar Association of Virginia||2008|
|Richmond’s Best and Brightest Attorneys||Style Weekly||1987|
|Shareholder and Director of Criminal Law Section of Firm||Barnes & Diehl, P.C.||1995 - 2014|
|Attorney-at-Law||The Law Firm of Michael HuYoung, P.C.||1986 - 1995|
|Associate||The Law Offices of Richard R. Ryder||1982 - 1986|
|Association name||Position name||Duration|
|Litigation Counsel of America||Member||2012 - Present|
|Virginia State Bar Law School Professionalism Course||Faculty||2011 - Present|
|Virginia Bar Association||Board of Governors||2010 - Present|
|Virginia State Bar Diversity Conference||Past Chair and Board of Governors||2010 - Present|
|Virginia Law Foundation||Fellow||2010 - Present|
|Virginia Criminal Justice Conference||Past Chair||2005 - Present|
|Asian Pacific Bar Association of Virginia||Board of Directors||2000 - Present|
|Virginia Trial Lawyers Association||Former Board Member||1995 - Present|
|Virginia State Bar||Bar Council||1982 - Present|
|Advisory Committee of the Virginia General Assembly’s Joint Commission on Technology (JCOTS)||Member||2013 - 2013|
|Virginia Model Jury Instructions Advisory Committee||Member||2013 - 2013|
|Virginia State Bar Professionalism Faculty||Former Faculty||2008 - 2011|
|VBA News Journal. Vol. XXXV, No. 4||Do You Really Want to Put the Child on the Stand? Co-authored with John K. Karanian, Esquire,||2009|
|The Journal of the Virginia Trial Lawyers Association, Vol. 21, No. 2||Zealous Representation is Not Winning at All Costs||2009|
|University of Richmond, The T. C. Williams School of Law||N/A||JD - Juris Doctor||1982|
|University of Virginia||Foreign Affairs and Government||BA - Bachelor of Arts||1978|
|Virginia CLE||Video presentation of Criminal Appellate Practice in Virginia and Evidence in Virginia||2014|
|The Virginia Trial Lawyers Association's Annual Convention at The Homestead||The Ethics of Equality: A Lawyer’s Professional Responsibility||2014|
|The Virginia Bar Association’s Summer Meeting at The Greenbrier||Legal Jeopardy: Family Feuds and Offenses, Moderator of Judicial Panel Presentation||2014|
|The Virginia Trial Law Association's Criminal Law Seminars||Use of Experts and Defenses in Internet Child Solicitation and Child Pornography Cases||2012|
|The Virginia Bar Association’s Winter Meeting at the Williamsburg Lodge||Combating National Impact Financial Fraud in the Eastern District of Virginia, Panelist||2012|
|The Virginia Bar Association’s Summer Meeting at the Homestead||Jeopardy on Appeal (Top Ten Pet Peeves of Judges of the Virginia Court of Appeals), Moderator of Judicial Panel Presentation||2012|
|The Virginia Bar Association’s Summer Meeting at the Homestead||Exoneration: Writs of Actual Innocence (The Thomas Haynesworth Case), Moderator||2012|
|Richmond Bar Association||Best Practices in Voir Dire, Panel Presentation||2012|
|Fellows’ Induction Speech at the Spring Conference of Litigation Counsel of America (LCA)||The Benefit of Diversity||2012|
|The Virginia Trial Lawyers Association’s Criminal Law Seminars||Ethics: How to Represent Your Client and Not Go to Jail with Him||2011|
|The Virginia Trial Lawyers Association’s Annual Convention at The Homestead||Surveillance in Litigation: Getting the Dirt While Keeping Your Hands Clean||2011|
|The John Marshall Inns of Court (Richmond)||Jury Voir Dire, Opening Statements, Closing Arguments, and Jury Instruction, Co-Presenter with Craig S. Cooley, Esquire||2011|
|The Annual Virginia Trial Lawyers Association’s Paralegal Conference||Hot Topics in Criminal Practice||2011|
|Increasing Diversity in the Legal Profession Conference at the University of Virginia School of Law||How Young Lawyers Reach Out to the Community: The Benefits of Expanding the Pipeline, Panelist||2011|
|The Virginia State Bar's Carrico Professionalism Course||The Bar Disciplinary Process||2010|
|The Virginia Trial Lawyers Association’s Annual Convention||The Authority to Take Sentencing Under Advisement Provides Circuit Judges with an Important Tool for Doing Justice in Criminal Cases||2009|
|Virginia Alliance of Paralegal Associations and Local Government Paralegal Association, Joint Statewide Conference||Immigration Consequences of Criminal Convictions on Non-U.S. Citizens and the Visa Process||2008|
|The Virginia Trial Lawyers Association’s Solo and Small Firm Conference||Criminal Law Update||2008|
|The Virginia Trial Lawyers Association’s Criminal Law Seminars||Effective Voir Dire in a Criminal Case: Get the Jury Thinking||2008|
|Bon Secours Forensic Nurses Seminar||The SANE/Forensic Nurse Evaluation: What Does It All Mean?||2008|
|The Virginia Trial Lawyers Association Annual Paralegal Seminar||Criminal Issues Related to the Representation of Immigrants||2007|
|The Virginia State Bar Annual Conference||The Non-Citizen Defendant in the Criminal Justice System: Special Challenges and Consequences, Panelist||2006|
|The Chesterfield County Bar CLE Program||Representing the Non-Citizen Criminal Defendant||2006|
|The Virginia Judicial Conference of General District Court Judges||Immigration Consequences for the Non-Citizen Defendant, Panelist||2006|
|The Virginia State Bar Annual Conference||Dangerous Intersection Ahead: When Criminal and Family Law Collide, Moderator||2005|
|The Virginia Trial Lawyers Association Criminal Law Seminars||Ethics for the Criminal Practitioner||2004|
|The Virginia State Bar Advance Family Law Seminar||Confidentiality and Other Ethical Issues When Using Electronic Evidence Including Electronic Surveillance||2004|
|The Virginia Trial Lawyers Association Criminal Law Seminars||Nuts and Bolts of Criminal Law||2002|
Posted by Tomme
Michael Huyoung was a godsend for us. At age 68 I found myself in a situation I never could have imagined and was being prosecuted by the federal government and was looking at a long sentence.
Never ever in all my 68 years have I ever faced such a frightening possibility and had never, prior to that time, been involved in crime. I was informed by the FBI that I needed to get a good attorney.
With no experience and things like that I was at a loss to even know where to begin so I asked our eldest son, who was a policeman at that time, who he would recommend and he immediately said Michael Huyoung. Over his many years as a policeman he had seen hundreds of attorneys at work and he said Michael was the best.
He was absolutely correct.
It was a complicated case and Michael invested the time and effort both to understand what was the nature of what I was accused of and communicate honestly with me regarding what might be my outcome. Even though I my wife and I were terrified he never offered false hope but was forthright and objective.
Even the US attorney told us that I had a very good attorney.
I could say much much more about Michael – – his abilities – – his character and his reputation so I'll suffice it to say I would heartily recommend him to any and all who would find themselves in need of a truly professional attorney.
Posted by Stewart
I have known Michael HuYoung for over 30 years, first as an adversary when he defended persons I had arrested and most recently as my representative in a civil matter. He has always been respectful, honest, professional and knowledgeable in his representation of and interactions with me. I would highly recommend Michael HuYoung to represent anyone I know, including family. I have used him in the past and will use him in the future if a need arises. You couldn't ask for better representation.
Posted by Wayne
This was my first experience needing a criminal attorney, while I can say this was an experience I had never anticipated I am glad I had Michael Huyoung on my side. Through out the process Michael provided me with straight forward advice. Michael never sugar coated the situation, but with honesty and candor he guided me through the process. With due diligence and passion to present the truth on my behalf he successfully defended me and obtained a not guilty verdict. I would reach out to Michael without hesitation if the need presented it self again.
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