Sean R Hanover
About Sean R HanoverAttorney Hanover has been working in the legal arena since graduating with double Master Degrees in Employment Law (HR) and Union Law (Industrial Relations) in 1996. He obtained his JD from the University of the District of Columbia in 2008 and maintains a vibrant practice focusing on immigration, bankruptcy, criminal defense, and business law. In a twist he never saw coming, Mr. Hanover has become accomplished at defending gang members and individuals convicted of drug offenses in immigration court.
In addition to his law practice, Mr. Hanover also owns an IT consulting company, HHC, Inc. based in Fairfax, VA. This company focuses on Drupal development, a form of open-source PHP/MySQL CMS. His experience as an IT Business owner has provided excellent and useful insight for his small to medium size business legal clients working in commercial, non-profit and government sectors.
Mr. Hanover is a member of the VA Bar, DC Bar, American Bar Association, and American Immigration Lawyers Association. For more information on his business background, visit his LinkedIN profile, and his Zoom Info profile.
To contact our firm, please visit http://www.hanoverlawpc.com/contact_us.php.
- Business Law
- Criminal Law
- Employment Law
- Family Law
- Immigration Law
- Credit Cards Accepted
- Master, Visa, and AmEx
- Rates, Retainers and Additional Information
- Base hourly rate is $300. Initial consult is $300 (at the office), but waived if retained. Phone consults are generally free. Typical divorce starts at $2000; immigration defense starts at $2500; criminal representation varies. Payment plans are available. We honor certain pre-paid legal plans, too.
Jurisdictions Admitted to Practice
|District of Columbia|
|Certified Bankruptcy Procedures (DC Bar)|
|Advanced Trial Tactics (DC Bar)|
|Immigration Law (AILA)|
|Criminal Practice (trial and procedures)|
|Human Resources/Union Law (employment)|
|Immigration (procedural and litigation)|
|Business Law (formation and contracts)|
|St. Francis College (BA)|
|St. Francis College (MA's)|
|University of the District of Columbia (JD)|
|Meritorious Service during Desert Storm, Department of the Army|
AILA Immigration Conference, Paralegal Practice, Las Vegas, NV
Presenting on asylum defense and strategies.
|Activities: Criminal Law|
|Activities: Immigration Law|
|Member, Fairfax Volunteer Bar|
|Activities: Voluntary bar|
|Hanover Law PC Lawyers General Practice in Fairfax|
Overview of the Hanover Law practice.
Hanover Law Receives - Top DC Honors In November 2014, the Firm received two awards for rating ...Hanover Law Receives - Top DC Honors In November 2014, the Firm received two awards for rating within the top 10 family and criminal law defense firms in Washington, DC. The awards were given by the American Institute of Law, Criminal and Family Law divisions respectively, and represents over one year of review and performance evaluation by the Institute -- including case results, diligence, competency and client feedback. Hide
|Hanover Law - Overview on immigration (Part 1 of 3)|
Overview of immigration procedures. From a teaching series in early 2015.
In November 2014, the Firm received two awards for rating within the top 10 family and criminal law ...In November 2014, the Firm received two awards for rating within the top 10 family and criminal law defense firms in Washington, DC. The awards were given by the American Institute of Law, Criminal and Family Law divisions respectively, and represents over one year of review and performance evaluation by the Institute -- including case results, diligence, competency and client feedback Our site: http://www.hanoverlawpc.com/ Hide
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Q. Is it possible to get 18 months for armed robbery
A: In order to determine a "range" for a specific crime, you need to look at the sentencing guidelines. You can find them online for the District of Columbia at http://scdc.dc.gov/publication/2014-voluntary-sentencing-guidelines-manual. You need to know both the offense being charged, and any enhancements or aggravating elements that could make the crime more serious. The most common form of enhancement is prior offenses. Like many jurisdictions, DC works on a point system. For example, prior convictions for serious crimes carries a "+ point score" of +3. Misdemeanors are +1. Generally, any conviction AND sentence within 10 years will add points to the score table. Armed robbery itself falls on master group 5 with a range from 36 months to 120 months. Although these are suggestive (voluntary) guidelines, the Court will almost always follow them. Of course, enhancements or aggravating factors will make this much higher. To deviate from this, you need an excellent and compelling reason. Speak to your attorney -- or contact us and we can help.
Q. How do I file Reversionary interest
A: A reversionary interest is a legal right in some sort of property, real or personal. This sort of interest is created at the inception of the property.
Q. What is the amount of time till you can file wrongful death in virginia?
A: You must file a wrongful death suit within two years after the death. However, if the decedent died more than two years after the injury without having brought suit, the action is barred.
Q. How much time is someone looking at for taking indecent liberties with a child in a custodial or supervisory.
A: This is a class 5 felony which carries a maximum penalty of not more than 12 months confinement, but probation can last from 1-10 years. The age of the child will affect your time. If the child was 15 at the time of the incident then the amount of time will likely be from 1-6 months confinement. If the child was 1 at the time of the incident, you will likely get closer to the maximum.
WEBSITES & BLOGS
Blog: Law Blog --Share Your Thoughts!
How to beat a government setup! General Questions about Family, bankruptcy, and criminal law. Post Immigration Court -- what happens if I lose? When can I subpoena a corporate officer? An Offer in Compromise. The trick to filing an IRS-656. When do I get my Miranda warnings? Sentencing Guideline Overview (felony) Child Support in VA Reckless Driving in VA
Hanover Law Blog: Get the scoop on filing against corporate officers! #law, #trial, #hanover http://hanoverlawpc.blogspot.com/2015/07/when-can-i-subpoena-corporate-officer.html?spref=tw— Sean R Hanover (@HanoverLawPC) July 29, 2015
In a civil case regarding corporations and liability, it can be difficult to get to individuals behind the... http://fb.me/4pXYGHmx2— Sean R Hanover (@HanoverLawPC) July 29, 2015
Somewhat different for us: If you need a SAM for your Mercedes, take a look! Upgrading and have a spare. http://cgi.ebay.com/ws/eBayISAPI.dll?ViewItem&item=121714050457&roken=cUgayN&soutkn=QUCMrb via @eBay— Sean R Hanover (@HanoverLawPC) July 26, 2015
A foray into EBAY land...modifying the Mercedes. If you need a rear SAM, or know someone who does, this is a... http://fb.me/2ncCdrz3S— Sean R Hanover (@HanoverLawPC) July 26, 2015
Hanover Law: An Offer in Compromise. You are not entirely doomed regarding your delinquent taxes! Need help... http://fb.me/4ezUpEuUT— Sean R Hanover (@HanoverLawPC) July 19, 2015
Hanover Law: An Offer in Compromise. You are not entirely doomed regarding your delinquent taxes! http://hanoverlawpc.blogspot.com/2015/07/an-offer-in-compromise-trick-to-filing.html?spref=tw— Sean R Hanover (@HanoverLawPC) July 19, 2015
Miranda warnings -- What to do when stopped. A quick primer on criminal procedure and the typical "stop". Need... http://fb.me/5gAQsnqVK— Sean R Hanover (@HanoverLawPC) July 18, 2015
Miranda warnings -- What to do when stopped. http://hanoverlawpc.blogspot.com/2015/07/when-do-i-get-my-miranda-warnings.html?spref=tw— Sean R Hanover (@HanoverLawPC) July 18, 2015
We really need sentencing guideline overhaul! http://hanoverlawpc.blogspot.com/2015/07/sentencing-guideline-overview-felony.html?spref=tw— Sean R Hanover (@HanoverLawPC) July 7, 2015
Overview of sentencing guidelines for felony cases -- how to get the best outcome from a guilty plea or verdict.... http://fb.me/4m5oj8XKj— Sean R Hanover (@HanoverLawPC) July 7, 2015