• Georgetown University Law Center, J.D. (Criminal Law focus)
• Hampton University, B.S. (Business)
• Virginia State Prosecutor (Fairfax County)
Fairfax criminal lawyer; Virginia DUI/DWI attorney; Virginia reckless driving; Fairfax DWI lawyer; clients in Northern Virginia charged with violent crimes; drugs; theft
Born and raised in Northern Virginia, Faraji graduated locally from Thomas Edison high school in the Alexandria section of Fairfax County. After high school, he studied business at Hampton University in Virginia’s Tidewater region. Returning back to his NOVA roots after graduating he then worked as a government consultant prior to enrolling at the Georgetown University Law Center.
At Georgetown, Faraji discovered a passion for criminal law. During the summer, he interned for the Honorable Kathleen McKay, a Fairfax County Circuit Court judge. This experience provided exposure to the practical applications of the lessons he was learning at Georgetown. It also gave an insight into how some Judges look at various legal issues.
After graduating from Georgetown, he was appointed as an Assistant Commonwealth Attorney for Fairfax County. Working as a prosecutor for several years, Faraji spent almost every day arguing traffic and criminal cases in front of every Judge in Fairfax County. During this time he prosecuted a diverse range of cases from a simple stop sign case all the way up to complex manslaughter and bank robbery cases.
After leaving the Commonwealth Attorney’s Office, Faraji went into private practice and became a Fairfax criminal lawyer specializing in defense of DUI/DWI, reckless driving, and other crimes in Northern Virginia.
Faraji’s education, experience and dedication to providing excellent service to his clients has resulted in hundreds of satisfied customers.