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The Government Center will be closed to the public as of 5 pm, March 20, 2020. Please go to

COVID-19 Resources for Government Center Services and Updates

Most services can be done online, over the phone, and through email. Don't see what you need? Call 540-245-5600. Staff is still here to help.

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Important Announcement

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Due to COVID-19, and the Judicial Emergency Order issued by the Supreme Court on March 12, 2020, our office is closed until further notice. All of our attorneys are working from home and can be contacted by email. Voicemail, fax and mail will be checked infrequently, so you must email if your matter is urgent.  If you do not know which attorney to contact for your case, you can contact the following:

For Circuit Court matters contact Deputy Commonwealth’s Attorney Lorna Port:  lornamail

For Juvenile and Domestic Relations District Court matters contact Deputy Commonwealth’s Attorney Alexandra Meador:alexmail

For General District Court matters contact Assistant Commonwealth’s Attorney Daniel Welsh:danmail

 

If you are a victim of a crime and need to speak with someone about your case, please contact the following members of our Victim/Witness Program and they will be able to assist you:

For all Domestic Violence related matters contact Kathy Jenkins:kathymail

For General District Court matters and Circuit Court matters related to property crimes contact Sandi Battaglia:sandymail

For all other matters, contact Julie Hawkins:juliemail

Last Updated: 3/23/2020

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The Office of the Commonwealth's Attorney is responsible for the prosecution of felony, misdemeanor and traffic cases in Augusta County, Virginia.

 If you have a question regarding a pending case,
please contact us at (540) 245-5313.

 

If you have information regarding the commission of a crime or if you are the victim of a crime which has not yet been investigated by a law enforcement agency, please contact the Augusta County Sheriff's Office at (540) 245-5333.

This will insure the proper investigation of your case before it is referred to our office for prosecution.