Mr. Englisby has been a practicing trial lawyer since 1972.  He has had extensive trial work in all areas of family, criminal, traffic and complex civil litigation.

Mr. Englisby received a B.S. Degree from Kansas State University in 1967.  He was an Honor Graduate of the ROTC Cadet Program at Kansas State University and second in command of the entire cadet program. He later served two years of active duty as a 1st Lieutenant in the United States Army during the Vietnam War.  He received his Law Degree from the University of Richmond in 1972.  He was the Decisions Editor of the Law Review.   He won the Moot Court Competition his first year in law school, and was Captain of the Moot Court Team in his second year in law school.  He won the Distinguished Award in Advocacy by the International Academy of Trial Lawyers.  He was the Vice Chancellor in the McNeill Law Society, and was a member of the ODK Honor Society. 

Mr. Englisby was an adjunct professor teaching Trial Advocacy at the University of Richmond, T.C. Williams School of Law.  He also served as a adjunct professor at J. Sargeant Reynolds Community College and taught Constitutional Law and Criminal Law. 

Mr. Englisby acted as lead counsel in over twelve (12) capital murder jury trial cases in State and Federal Courts, and has tried numerous murder and other felony cases as well as misdemeanor and traffic cases.  He also has an active appellate practice.

Mr. Englisby has tried complex equitable distribution cases and numerous simple divorce cases, as well as numerous custody and support cases.  His clientele range from persons of modest means to multi-millionaires. 

Mr. Englisby is qualified to practice in all Virginia State Courts and all Federal Courts up to and through the Supreme Court of the United States.  He is an active trial lawyer, and is in Court everyday.  

Professional Memberships:
Virginia State Bar Association
Chesterfield County Bar Association

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