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Mitchell M. Wells concentrates his law practice in the areas of criminal law, DUI and traffic violations, and has defended thousands of cases.
Prior to entering private practice, Mr. Wells served as an Assistant Attorney General in the Health Care Fraud section of the Office of the Attorney General for the Commonwealth of Virginia. Mr. Wells was responsible for supervising various fraud investigations and litigating Virginia false claim actions in federal court pursuant to the Federal False Claims Act and the Virginia Fraud Against Taxpayers Act.
Before becoming an attorney, Mr. Wells served as a Virginia State Trooper for eight years. Mr. Wells investigated thousands of criminal, drug, DUI, traffic and accident cases; was rated "exceptional" by the Virginia State Police; and, he received 23 commendations for his exemplary service to the Commonwealth of Virginia. He was also filmed by the television show "Real Stories of the Highway Patrol." Mr. Wells was certified by the Virginia Department of Forensic Science as a Breath Test Operator, and by the Virginia Department of Criminal Justice Services as a Crime Prevention Specialist, General Instructor, R.A.D.A.R. operator, V.A.S.C.A.R. operator, and to administer the NHTSA standardized field sobriety tests.
While attending law school, Mr. Wells was a summer law clerk to the Honorable Robert E. Payne, Judge, U.S. District Court, Eastern District of Virginia, and prosecuted criminal, DUI and traffic cases as an intern for the Office of the Commonwealth's Attorney for Henrico County, Virginia.
Mr. Wells represents clients throughout the Richmond-Petersburg Central Virginia area which includes the following jurisditions: Caroline County, Town of Bowling Green, Hanover County, Henrico County, New Kent County, City of Richmond, Chesterfield County, City of Colonial Heights, City of Petersburg, City of Hopewell, Prince George County, City of Emporia, Greensville County, Sussex County, Town of Waverly, Dinwiddie County, Brunswick County, Town of Lawrenceville.
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