Mark J. Yeager

Attorney in Fairfax, VA
Notes Editor, George Mason Law Review, 1973-1975. Author, "Constitutional Law," 32 University of Richmond Law Review No.4, 1998. Prosecutor, City of Fairfax, Virginia, 1988-1989. Frequent Lecturer: Continuing Legal Education Seminars. Instructor, Northern Virginia Criminal Justice Academy, 1999-2004. Advisor, Fairfax County Public Defenders Office, 2003—. Member, Planning Committee, Chief Justice's Indigent Criminal Defense Training Initiative, 2004—.
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Areas of Law

  • Felonies
  • Misdemeanors
  • Juvenile Criminal Law
  • Traffic Violations
  • Criminal Appeals
  • Expungements


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Admission Details

Admitted in 1978, Virginia
U.S. District Court, Eastern District of Virginia
U.S. Court of Appeals, Fourth Circuit
1979, U.S. Court of Claims

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  • Law School Attended

    George Mason University School of Law
    Class of 1978

    University Attended

    University of Oregon
    Class of 1969

    Adelphi University
    Class of 1973

    Birth Information

    Born in 1947
    Dover, Ohio, August 5, 1947


    Special Agent, U.S. Army Military Intelligence Command, 1970-1973

    Associations & Memberships

    Fairfax County Bar Association; Virginia State Bar (Member, Criminal Section); National Association of Criminal Defense Attorneys (NACDL); Virginia Trial Lawyers Association (VTLA); Virginia Ass... More

    Representative Cases

    Landcraft Co. Inc. v. Kincaid, 220 Va. 865, 263 S.E. 2d 419 (1980); Brown v. Commonwealth, 6 Va. App. 82, 366 S.E. 2d 716 (1988); Infant C. v. Boy Scouts of Am., Inc., 239 Va. 572, 391 S.E. 2d 322 (1990); Commonwealth v. Holtz, 12 Va. App. 1151, 408 S.E. 2d 561 (1991) (En banc); Fraser v. Commonwealth, 16 Va. App. 775, 433 S.E. 2d 37 (1993); Commis... More

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    Mark J. Yeager
     10521 Judicial Drive, #200,
    Fairfax, VA 22030


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