MONTE KULIGOWSKI IS A VIRGINIA ATTORNEY who concentrates in DUI / DWI, reckless driving, felonies, infractions and serious traffic accidents and injuries. He has handled cases from murder to misdemeanors.
Monte has been defending clients throughout Virginia since 1997. He has won cases at every judicial level of the Commonwealth, including the Virginia Supreme Court.
Attorney Kuligowski is admitted to practice in federal District Court, the U.S. Court of Appeals, Fourth Circuit and the United States Supreme Court. He has won DUI cases in both state and federal court. Over the years, he has gained experience with virtually every kind of DUI case, including elevated BAC, subsequent offense, felony, blood draw, watercraft and even an operating an aircraft under the influence case.
Monte's legal writings have been published in law journals by the law schools at Duke, Virginia, Richmond, Samford and St. John's. His article, "Rethinking DUI Law in Virginia," was published in Vol. 42, Issue 2 of the University of Richmond Law Review.
Monte has represented almost every class of citizen, including enlisted military personnel, high ranking military officers, blue collar workers, white collar workers, law enforcement officers, professors and fellow attorneys. He represents clients in the cities of Virginia Beach, Norfolk, Chesapeake, Portsmouth, Hampton, Suffolk, Newport News, Northampton County, Southampton County and throughout the state of Virginia. Mr. Kuligowski takes his cases seriously and works hard to protect the legal rights and interests of his clients. Serving Virginia Beach, Chesapeake, Norfolk, Portsmouth, Hampton, Newport News, Northampton County, Eastville, Southampton County, Courtland, Greensville County, Emporia and all of Virginia.
- Regent University School of Law
- J.D. (1997)
- Legal Defense Center
- A Critical Review of Gibson v. Commonwealth of Virginia
- Justice System Journal
- Does the Declaration of Independence Pass the Lemon Test?
- Duke Journal of Constitutional Law & Public Policy
- Rethinking DUI Law in Virginia
- Richmond Law Review
- Virginia State Bar
- - Current
- U.S. Supreme Court
- Credit Cards Accepted
- DUI & DWI
- Traffic Tickets
- Personal Injury
- Criminal Law