Humbrecht Law, P.L.L.C.
9242 A Mosby St
Manassas, VA 20110
(703) 479-0015 humbrechtlaw.com/
Ms. Humbrecht is the principal attorney at Humbrecht Law, PLLC. Ms. Humbrecht exclusively handles criminal and traffic defense cases, primarily in Prince William County but throughout Northern Virginia. She is a member of the Virginia State Bar and admitted to practice law in all of the Virginia state courts as well as the U.S. District Court for the Eastern District of Virginia.
She received her Master's in Litigation from The George Washington University Law School and her Juris Doctorate from Ave Maria School of Law.
Ms. Humbrecht also recently published her first book, "More Than A Fine: The True Cost of Speeding in Virginia," which discusses the often unknown consequences of Virginia speeding ticket convictions.
Ms. Humbrecht has been described by her peers as a “kind, thoughtful, and compassionate attorney,” a “thorough and zealous advocate,” “talented in the courtroom,” “committed, conscientious, and ethical” and “well-respected.”
Humbrecht Law is an award-winning firm, having received several distinct honors including Super Lawyers Rising Star in Virginia 5 years in a row, and Ms. Humbrecht was recognized as one of the Top 100 Criminal Defense Attorneys in Virginia in 2018 and one of the 10 Best Attorneys for Exceptional and Outstanding Client Service in 2019.
Ms. Humbrecht is actively involved in a number of professional organizations, including the Prince William Bar Association, the Virginia Association of Criminal Defense Lawyers, the Central Fairfax Chamber of Commerce, the Prince William Chamber of Commerce, the Haymarket Gainesville Business Association, The Business Roundtable, Toastmasters International, DCFempreneur, and District Bliss.
Ms. Humbrecht has spoken on topics including her book, ethical duties to clients post-conviction, the unknown consequences of criminal and traffic convictions, how traffic convictions can impact your job, what a criminal defense attorney does for her clients, mitigation preparation, immigration consequences of criminal dispositions, pivoting during a crisis, and finding the right assistant and clients. She has spoken to a number of groups and organizations including the Fairfax Bar Association Criminal Law Section, Manassas City Rotary Club, Fairfax Rotary Club, the Gainesville Haymarket Rotary Club, the Dulles Rotary Club,1 Million Cups, The Business Alliance Networking Group, the Central Fairfax Chamber of Commerce, and DCFempreneur. She also was invited to speak at the Small Business Grit Summit on the topic of resilience, and she has been a guest on podcasts including IAMCEO and Flushing it Out.
Ms. Humbrecht has authored a number of publications, including the Role of Indigent Defense Counsel Following Plea and Sentencing and Handguns in Secured Vehicle Compartments are NOT Concealed Weapons (published in the Virginia Association of Criminal Defense Lawyers) newsletter, Keeping Up with the Jones Opinion (published in the Virginia Bar Association Young Lawyer’s Division newsletter) and Facing Facts About Social Networking and Privacy (published in the Fairfax Bar Association Newsletter).