Bill Stanley Argues Case Before The Supreme Court Of Virginia
June 12, 2017 - Bill Stanley argues to overturn 2009 conviction before the Supreme Court of Virginia. To read more click here.
Attorney Aaron Houchens Interviewed Regarding Constitutional Rights
March 27, 2017 - Aaron Houchens discusses the Fifth Amendment and its application to a local murder case. To view the interview, click here.
Man Receives 2 Years For Assaulting Police Officer, Police Dog and Drug Possession
August 24, 2016 - Represented by Aaron Houchens, a man facing over 20 years of incarceration, was sentenced to 2 years for various felony convictions. To read more click here.
Judge Rejects Educator's Defamation Claims
July 20, 2016 - Represented by Aaron Houchens, Narrows Virginia Mayor H. Clayton Davis successfully defeated a claim of defamation after he was sued for comments published in a local newspaper. To read more click here.
Man Receives 7.5 Years For Murder Conviction
February 28, 2016 - Represented by Aaron Houchens and Holland Perdue, a local man received 7.5 years of active incarceration after pleading guilty to voluntary manslaughter and unlawful wounding. To read more click here.
Family Settles Wrongful Death Claim
November 13, 2015 - Represented by Stanley & Houchens, LLC, a local family received a $450,000.00 settlement associated with a wrongful death claim. To read more click here.
Local Woman Sentenced To 5 Years In Jail For DUI
August 3, 2015 - Represented by Aaron Houchens, a local woman was sentenced to five (5) years for DUI. To read more click here.
Longstanding Farmville Restaurant Files Suit Against Landlord
July 23, 2015 - Bill Stanley, attorney for Charley's Waterfront Cafe, filed an $18 million dollar lawsuit against its landlord. To read more click here.
Local Man Found Not Guilty After Child Shot In His Care
February 12, 2015 - Aaron Houchens secures not guilty verdict for Franklin County man after day long jury trial. To read more click here.
Historic Estate Litigation
November 21, 2014 - Aaron Houchens, serving as Administrator of the Estate of Sam W. Witcher, Sr., oversees estate auction and litigation to assist with the closing of a historic Franklin County Estate. To read more click here.