Backed by ample experience and skills in criminal defense law, Attorney Jarrett L. McCormack has represented clients, many of whom are current or retired military personnel. This experience, combined with the firm's keen ability to represent our clients when their command initiates legal or non-judicial punishment, provides our clients with a solid legal team. He can put his experience to use handling any and all repercussions stemming from civilian charges.
Over the years, he has handled a wide range of cases, including:
Currently, Jarrett is licensed to practice law in:
Additionally, Jarrett McCormack has the experience and knowledge of all Hampton Roads Juvenile and Domestic Relations, General District and Circuit courts, as well as the Eastern District of Virginia Federal courts and their procedures to best represent you.
Prior to joining McCormack & McCormack, Jarrett attended and graduated from Old Dominion University. Following the completion of his undergraduate coursework, he obtained his law degree from the Western New England College School of Law. While attending school, he worked in a law clerk capacity for the Law Firm of Greg D. McCormack for ten years prior to becoming licensed by the Virginia State Bar, assisting with the preparation of numerous courts-martial and civilian criminal cases for trial.
In addition, Jarrett served as an intern with the U.S. Navy JAG Corps, during which time he actively assisted both the Legal Assistance and Defense departments at NLSO MIDLANT in Norfolk, VA. Jarrett represents clients in our local state and federal courts on criminal, and traffic cases, as well as assists on military law cases.