C. Eric Plumlee

C. Eric Plumlee is a native of Hampton Roads who was born in Norfolk and raised in Virginia Beach.  He graduated from Frank W. Cox High School in 1988, Virginia Tech in 1992 and the Regent University School of Law in 1997. Mr. Plumlee’s practice is diverse, but focuses most heavily on Family law matters, Criminal, Traffic and DUI defense and Personal Injury.  He practices regularly in all area Circuit, General District and Juvenile and Domestic Relations District Courts.

After being peer reviewed by the bar and judiciary for legal ability and ethical behavior, Mr. Plumlee is proud to have received Martindale-Hubbell’s highest possible rating - AV Preeminent. Mr. Plumlee is a member of the Virginia State Bar, the Criminal Law section of the Virginia State Bar, the Family Law section of the Virginia State Bar, the Virginia Trial Lawyer’s Association, the U.S. District Courts - Eastern and Western Districts of Virginia, the 4th Circuit Court of Appeals, the U.S. Bankruptcy Court and the Chesapeake Bar Association (Past President).  

He has appeared on television numerous times as a Legal Analyst for various legal issues in the news, including the high profile cases of the DC snipers, John Allen Mohammad and Lee Boyd Malvo.  During those trials alone, he appeared nearly daily on NBC, CNBC, MSNBC and/or WAVY TV 10.  Mr. Plumlee has also been a speaker at a Continuing Legal Education seminar focusing on lawyers in the media, been a guest on a variety of radio programs and been a lecturer in a number of academic settings.

Mr. Plumlee is very active in his church and his children’s school and extracurricular activities, especially volleyball.