Real Estate Broker License - Commonwealth of Virginia
Juris Doctorate Degree - Law Degree - Liberty University School of Law - Lynchburg, Virginia
Virginia State Bar - Commonwealth of Virginia
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• 26+ years of bankruptcy law experience.
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Marshall Slayton, Owner of Slayton Law:
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From 2017-2019, I served as Greene County's Commonwealth's Attorney (chief prosecutor). My office assisted law enforcement with investigation and prosecution of felony and misdemeanor offenses, from minor traffic violations to serious felonies.
From 2014-2017, I built a practice promoting accountable government. I represented citizens' groups and individual plaintiffs who were denied access to government records and were forced to go to court to obtain them. I litigated suits in Washington DC and Virginia under the federal...
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