Thad Furlong

Partner at Furlong & Drewniak PLLC

About Thad Furlong

A former member of the Los Angeles Police Department and the Fairfax County Police Department, Thad Furlong serves as Senior Partner with Furlong & Drewniak, PLLC, in Virginia. As a criminal defense attorney, Thad Furlong utilizes his training as a former law enforcement officer, US Naval officer, and big rig trucker. Throughout his career, he has received practical experience in field sobriety tests, handcuffing procedures, police force, traffic arrests, and narcotics investigations. Moreover, Thaddeus Furlong has represented professional athletes, defense contractors, business leaders, politicians, and celebrities.

At Furlong & Drewniak, Thaddeus Furlong assists clients in a variety of matters. Traffic offenses, such as reckless driving, failure to obey, and aggressive driving; driving under the influence offenses; and computer offenses, including copyright infringement, hacking, and fraud, are all among his practice areas. Thaddeus Furlong also defends individuals accused of sex, property, drug, and violent crimes. Individuals in the Northern Virginia area facing such charges can acquire more information about Furlong and Drewniak at www.valawyernow.com. Additionally, Thaddeus Furlong offers free initial consultations in-office, online, on the phone, or at off-site locations.

Along with earning a Bachelor of Arts in Sociology from California State University, Los Angeles, Thaddeus Furlong graduated First in Class at Fairfax County Police Academy and as an Honor Graduate with Los Angeles County Sheriff's Academy. While attending Georgetown University Law Center, he joined its moot court team and accepted legal clinic duty. Still active in education, Thaddeus Furlong teaches numerous parties about courtroom testimony, search and seizure laws, and police procedures. An Adjunct Professor of Law at Northern Virginia Community College, Thaddeus Furlong educates business groups about elements of civil law, and at the FBI Academy, he teaches agents about testifying at trial.

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