Farmer Legal, PLLC

Farmer Legal, PLLC

Farmer Legal is a full service law office located in the Innsbrook area of Richmond, Virginia. Farmer Legal provides a wide range of legal services for individuals and closely held businesses.

Practice areas include criminal defense and appeals, Title IX defense, family law, and military/veterans' issues (UCMJ). The Outside/Inside Counsel Program offers comprehensive on-site legal services for closely held businesses from formation through dissolution.

[05/03/20]   All these stories about the Murder Hornets are going to make it impossible to seat an impartial jury.


Judge rules Lynchburg gun range can open amid coronavirus closures

Churches are next. Then, all business. A judge has ruled that a Lynchburg gun range must be allowed to open to customers despite a statewide executive order requiring nonessential businesses to close to slow the spread

Marc Lopez Law

Helpful information on forgivable SBA loans for small businesses:

Relief for small businesses is on the way! Attorney Marc Lopez discusses the coronavirus stimulus package with CPA Patrick Wanzer.

For more information, Patrick can be reached at: Office Line (317) 472-2188, Cell (317) 413-7120, Email [email protected]

[03/18/20]   If you’ve been putting off discussions about your end-of-life decisions, please make the most of these days/weeks at home!

You don’t need an office visit to discuss your will, trust, medical directive, or power-of-attorney. I’m happy to arrange a virtual meeting through video conferencing. Let’s get it done!

Email [email protected].

General Assembly fails to fill Chesterfield judgeship after 2 delegates derail bipartisan consensus The General Assembly left a vital Chesterfield County judgeship unfilled this session after two of the county's 10-member state delegation opposed the candidate supported by the majority and rejected an

Justice delayed.

The Virginia Mercury

Virginia lawmakers have approved bills legalizing casinos and sports betting.

The sports betting bill covers professional and college sports, but no wagers will be allowed on games involving Virginia college teams.

Va. governor signs law to double grand larceny threshold The felony larceny threshold in Virginia has officially been doubled, with the change taking effect this summer.

In rare rebuke, Chief Justice Roberts slams Schumer for 'threatening' comments "You have released the whirlwind, and you will pay the price," the senator from New York said of Trump appointees.

Significant development as more states move toward decriminalization/legalization of marijuana:

California continues to roll out new opinions suggesting that the smell and/or presence of weed is no longer probable cause for a search.

New bill aims to expand due process rights for students accused of sexual misconduct - Virginia Mercury

“Title IX is a broken system,” Joshua Farmer, a Glen Allen-based attorney, said in an email. The federal civil rights law, which prevents discrimination based on sex, has been the basis for hundreds of lawsuits surrounding alleged sexual misconduct on college campuses.

“Its goals are well-intended, but guidance from the federal government is constantly changing,” Farmer continued. “Schools who fail to enforce proper policies may be subject to sanctions. As a result, they’d rather be accused of doing too much than too little.” Proposed legislation in the 2020 General Assembly would require universities to craft policies for expunging transcript notations in cases of sexual misconduct.

As judge, Burnette wasn't afraid to change the play In retiring from his post as Lynchburg circuit court judge, Ed Burnette may have ended a 42-year law career, but his professional engagement, leadership and mentorship are considered by many

Virginia abolished parole 25 years ago. Now efforts to restore it are advancing. The Democratic majority in Richmond is weighing several measures to bring back parole for at least some prisoners.

[02/06/20]   With Valentine’s Day right around the corner, remember:

Flowers wilt and chocolates spoil. When it comes to showing the enduring strength of your relationship, nothing can take the place of three little words:

“Power of Attorney”


The Virginia Senate just passed bill to increase reckless driving speed from 80 to 85 mph, Jake Burns - WTVR CBS 6 reported. Supporters say current level is too harsh and could mean jail time or big fines for driving 81 mph. Opponents worry about road safety.

Fairfax County schools to allow students one excused absence per year to protest

😳 FALLS CHURCH, Va. (AP) - One of the largest school districts in the United States has announced that it will allow students one excused absence per school year to participate

Virginia lawmaker’s new bill says only milk from a “hooved mammal” should be called milk Del. Barry Knight, a Virginia Beach farmer, says up-and-coming plant beverages are “capitalizing on the good name of milk.”

A statement to the IU Bloomington campus community by Provost Robel

Love. A statement to the IU Bloomington campus community by Provost & Executive Vice President Lauren Robel

The New York Times

A man who was sentenced to life in prison argued to an appeals court in Iowa that he completed his sentence because he briefly died, and then was resuscitated, at a hospital. He asked the 3-judge panel to let him get on with his life.


About time.

The NCAA voted unanimously to allow college athletes to make money from their name, image and likeness "in a manner consistent with the collegiate model."

Founders Brewing manager claims he didn’t know Black employee is Black

Don’t be this guy. Tracy Evans is Black. That’s a simple, indisputable fact. He confirms he is. As we previously reported, the former Founders employee’s race is at the...

Neil Gorsuch Might Be The Supreme Court’s LGBTQ Rights Savior. But He May Not. A sharply divided Supreme Court considered whether federal law protects LGBTQ people from being fired, with Justice Neil Gorsuch emerging as the possible route to equality victory.

Grand theft cases drop 33 percent in Va. since new law raised felony arrest threshold to $500 The Richmond woman in her early 20s was in a tough spot financially, her attorney said, so in an effort to make ends meet, she stole some clothes and other

Virginia tax refund checks are in the mail. Don't toss out this envelope. Almost 2.7 million checks are on the way to Virginia taxpayers with a one-time refund from a political compromise over a state windfall from federal tax reforms.

[09/23/19]   If you have received an email from me encouraging you to open and review your “Closing Documents”, you should disregard the message unless you know that you have a closing coming up with me.

Also, I don’t do closings.

The News & Advance

A Virginia jail has ended a program which inmates dubbed the "God Pod" after a lawsuit alleged the program provided favorable treatment to Christians and discriminated against Muslims.

Study credits HARP program with reducing recidivism | Chesterfield Observer A study conducted by Virginia Commonwealth University credits the county jail's Helping Addicts Recover Permanently program with saving lives and reducing recidivism. The 15-month evaluation of t

Oregon rancher receives government request to survey his property – read his brilliant response Do THIS the next time the government comes knocking at your door.

Tension between Chesterfield police and reform-minded prosecutor is local example of nationwide ideological clash Chesterfield County Commonwealth's Attorney Scott Miles has riled members of the county's law enforcement establishment, who say he has acted unilaterally in implementing his own drug diversion program without any

This School Gives Students PE Credit For Doing Yard Work For The Elderly And People With Disabilities Forget dodgeball, soccer or other boring drills. One school is swapping out these traditional physical education activities for yard work. Students at the Alternative Learning Center (ALC) in Dubuque, Iowa, can now receive physical education credit when they help senior citizens or people with disab...

'We must do better': Just 10% of Richmond students are ready for college, jobs

“It’s devastating," said Superintendent Jason Kamras, who took over the school system last year. "We, the adults, have failed our kids for years." Only 1 in 10 Richmond high school students are ready for college and careers, a sobering new statistic for a school system already in possession of the state's lowest graduation

Police in Oregon digitally removed tattoos from man's mugshot, leading to arrest. Now, a judge will weigh in. Prosecutors say the move was necessary because the suspect could have been wearing makeup. His attorney says admitting the evidence could have worrisome implications.

NAACP challenges legality of Confederate names on Hanover schools A local chapter of the NAACP has filed a federal lawsuit against Hanover County and its school board over two schools that commemorate Confederate leaders, making a novel legal argument

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