Leondras J. Webster is a trial attorney who has tried hundreds of matters throughout the Commonwealth of Virginia.  If he is not in the General District and Circuit Courts, you can find him in the office consulting with clients or researching case law and statutes.

While at Marshall-Wythe School of Law at the College of William and Mary, Mr. Webster served as the Chief Justice of the Honor Society, where he presided over cases of alleged violations of the school’s Honor Code.

Mr. Webster is known in the area for his work in Norfolk as an Assistant Commonwealth’s Attorney, where he spent years handling the city’s mental health, re-entry, veteran’s and drug courts.

Mr. Webster can be found mentoring students and doing lectures at middle and high schools about the laws of Virginia.

Mr. Webster is known in the area for his work in Norfolk as an Assistant Commonwealth’s Attorney, where he spent years handling the city’s mental health, re-entry, veteran’s and drug courts. Mr. Webster can be found mentoring students and doing lectures at middle and high schools about the laws of Virginia.