Representing clients throughout Hampton Roads including Norfolk, Portsmouth, Virginia Beach,
Chesapeake, Newport News, Suffolk, Hampton, and the surrounding areas.

— Curtis Hampton

Mr. Dorsk is by far the best attorney that I've ever had represent me in any case. His knowledge of judicial system had me completely flabbergasted. If I ever need legal services again he is the only one that will get my business. If you're in need of an attorney look no further than Mr. Dorsk.

A Legitimate Legal Powerhouse

Federal & State

Criminal Defense Lawyer

providing expert legal defense

and representation to the entire

Norfolk & Newport News, Virginia area.


Dorsk Law Office

Federal Criminal Defense

Dorsk Law Office, Plc. offers the skilled trial attorney you need for cases in Federal Court, in order to provide the tireless and tenacious defense to combat the aggressive criminal

prosecutions of the Federal Government.

 Dorsk Law Office, Plc. is a regional, client focused,

hands on trial practice, devoted to complex Federal Defense. 

Conveniently located within minutes

of both Federal Courthouses in Hampton Roads.


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The Dorsk Law Office in Another High
Profile Case

Ex-Bank of the Commonwealth president wants convictions tossed...

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Norfolk Defendant Receives Reduced Sentence

Defense attorney Chad Dorsk asked the court for lenience, arguing Beale was exposed to drugs at a young age by his parents. He added that Beale turned to the drug trade in 2011 "to help support himself and his loved ones."

See the newspaper article here.

DUI Attorney Wins Case In Norfolk, VA

On August 1, 2018 Dorsk Law Office, Plc made a motion to suppress and exclude evidence that was obtained improperly or illegally.

This motion prevented the prosecutor from using the evidence they had collected against my client which included the initial reason why he was pulled over.

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Kadeem Hutchins rejected a plea deal just before his murder trial began Tuesday morning. But after hearing the evidence amassed against him during several hours of testimony in Newport News Circuit Court, he changed his mind.

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