“SARA M. GABORIK” LAWYER BIOGRAPHY
Sara M. Gaborik, a graduate of the T.C. Williams School of Law at the University of Richmond. After graduating from law school in 2002, I went to work for the Richmond Public Defender’s Office, where I quickly advanced to the position of Senior Assistant Public Defender. My many years of service at the Public Defender’s Office afforded me the opportunity to work on a multitude of complex, serious cases with limited resources and funding. I gained invaluable trial experience at the Public Defender’s Office, and was able to try numerous cases that involved DNA, fingerprints, and forensic evidence. These cases helped me cultivate relationships experts in these fields.
I have tried cases to juries on matters ranging from shoplifting to first-degree murder, delivering successful outcomes that ranged from not-guilty verdicts to a hung jury in a murder trial where the defendant had made a full confession.
Throughout my years in both public and private practice, I have handled hundreds of cases, including felony drug possession and distribution, malicious wounding, murder, rape, robbery, as well as sexual offenses. I also regularly appear in court on behalf of individuals accused of misdemeanor and felony traffic offenses—including speeding, reckless driving and DUI’s—in the General District Courts, Circuit Courts, and Juvenile & Domestic Relations Courts of Richmond, Henrico, Chesterfield, Hanover, Powhatan, Prince George, and their surrounding areas. I also handle expungement proceedings and help clients restore their driving privileges. I am also proud to currently serve as private counsel for the participants of the Richmond Adult Drug Treatment Court.
If you or someone you care about has been charged with a traffic offense or a crime, please contact me for a consultation today. I will listen to your concerns, help guide you through your case, and provide you with a personalized defense from start to finish.
For a consultation, please contact me at (804) 334-4351 or at (804) 780-3083.