Adam Krischer joined Mr. Dennis and Mr. Stewart in 2010. After graduating from George Washington University and the University of Denver College of Law, Mr. Krischer focused his early legal career in prosecution. As a staff attorney at the National District Attorneys Association, he assisted in the creation of the National Center for the Prosecution of Violence Against Women. He also drafted curriculum and served as an instructor for prosecutors nationwide.
Mr. Adam Krischer left NDAA to serve as an Assistant Commonwealth’s Attorney for Arlington County. There he was prosecuting a range of criminal activity from traffic offenses and DUI’s to rape and other aggravated felonies. After Mr. Krischer left prosecution, he worked for the Stuttgart Law Center at the United States Army Garrison Stuttgart in Stuttgart, Germany while his wife, an active duty Air Force officer was assigned to United States Africa Command. Upon returning to the United States, Mr. Krischer entered private practice. He is now serving individuals and families in need throughout DC and the state and federal courts of Virginia.
Mr. Krischer is proud to serve the local legal community in a variety of positions. He is a Past President of the Arlington County Bar Association, on the Board of Directors for the Arlington County Bar Foundation, Chair of the Fourth District Disciplinary Committee of the Virginia State Bar and sits on the Policy Board for the Arlington and Falls Church Alcohol Safety Action Committee.
Mr. Krischer is a recipient of the United States Army Outstanding Civilian Service Medal and the US Army Achievement Medal for Civilian Service. He is the author of “Justice is Blind, It Is Not Stupid: Applying Common Sense to Crawford v. Washington.”
In addition, Mr. Krischer is also a wedding officiant and can be scheduled for your wedding celebration.Visit ArlingtonCelebrant.com
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