Case Results

The Virginia State Bar requires us to inform you that settlements and verdicts in all cases depend on various factors and circumstances which are unique to each case. Therefore, past results in cases are not a guarantee or prediction of similar results in future cases which Randall Page may undertake.

Commonwealth V. Stith (2019)

Jury Trial Verdict of Not Guilty
Attorney: Jack T. Randall

The defendant was charged with assault and battery on a family member. After the Commonwealth’s Attorney Nolle Prosequi the charges against our client, we filed suit against the defendant. The jury awarded our client.

Commonwealth V. Harvey (2019)

Jury Trial Verdict: $275,000.00

The defendant maliciously instituted several felony prosecutions against our client. After the Commonwealth’s Attorney Nolle Prosequi the charges against our client, we filed suit against the defendant. The jury awarded our client.

Brown V. Jones (2018)

Jury Trial Verdict

The defendant maliciously instituted several felony prosecutions against our client. After the Commonwealth’s Attorney Nolle Prosequi the charges against our client, we filed suit against the defendant. The jury awarded our client.

Commonwealth V. Kew (2017)

Bench Trial Verdict of Not Guilty

The defendant was charged with possession of marijuana with intent to distribute.  After the conclusion of the evidence, the Trial Court found the Defendant not guilty.

Commonwealth V. Duck (2016)

Bench Trial Verdict of Not Guilty
Attorney: Andrew R. Page

Defendants were charged with Class 4 Felony Child Neglect. No offers were made prior to trial. Andrew Page tried the case and at the conclusion of the evidence, the Defendants were found not guilty.

Copeland V. Whitaker (2016)

Settlement: $75,000.00

Plaintiff was driving down Highway 58 when he was blind-sided by another vehicle. Plaintiff suffered extensive personal injuries and mental anguish and was out of work for a period of time.

Burton v. Burton (2016)

Jury Verdict: $86,000.00
Attorney: Andrew R. Page

Plaintiff was shot in the leg by a family member. Plaintiff made claims of assault and battery, gross negligence, and simple negligence. The defense argued self-defense and contributory negligence. Plaintiff and Defendant entered into a high/low agreement to guarantee some compensation for the client. After a two-day jury trial argued by Andrew R. Page, the jury returned a verdict in favor of Plaintiff.

Commonwealth v. Rawls (2015)

Plea Agreement

The defendant was charged with first degree murder, possession of a firearm by a violent felon, and use of a firearm in the commission of murder, facing potential incarceration of life plus eight years. After performing some research regarding the alleged prior conviction, Andrew Page negotiated a plea agreement allowing the Defendant to plead to a reduced charge of voluntary manslaughter and was sentenced to and active incarceration of two and one-half years.

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