Ronald E. Smith, P.C.

3900 University DriveSuite 320Fairfax, VA 22030- 2513

Updated: 11/15/2017


Serving Northern Virginia Since 1980

The law offices of Ronald E. Smith, P.C. is a professional corporation in partnership with John S. Lawrence P.C., and Lance D. Gardner, P.C. together we have served the communities of Northern Virginia since 1980.

We are a local firm dedicated to providing effective legal services to clients who have been charged with felony and misdemeanor crimes, DUI/DWI offenses, and traffic violations or...


Office Info

Previous Law Firm Name

  • Lawrence, Smith & Piakowski, December 31, 1992
  • Lawrence & Smith, December 31, 1990

Practice Areas

  • Criminal Law
  • Traffic Violations
  • Reckless Driving
  • Social Security -- Disability


  • 85%




Offers Free Initial Consultation

Accepts Credit Cards

Office Information


3900 University DriveSuite 320Fairfax, VA 22030- 2513


  • 703-352-3370


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