Client Testimonials


From the initial conversation until the end of my court case, Mr. Cooper was extremely professional, courteous, empathetic, patient, knowledgeable and a man of immediate action. He is very clear, concise, trustworthy, well connected and detailed when outlining his expectations to assist me in making my case easier to expedite. Before meeting Mr. Cooper, I was extremely confused with my case and so many parties involved but he made each step seamless the moment he took over. He was easy to reach at any time and was thorough in his explanations. At the end of the day, he ensured that all parties were satisfied, understood the specifics as well s even followed up afterwards. I would highly recommend Mr. Cooper to anyone that is seeking a true professional that knows their craft inside and out!

G.B.


Bruce assisted me with reckless by speed citations in VA twice. He was candid and professional in all our communication. He also knows his way around multiple districts in VA. He lays out the facts of the situation, advises thoroughly and professionally represents his clients. I highly recommend Bruce Cooper.

P.G.


First, I want to say thank you so much you were great!!!!!

F.S.


I was the sole support for my family when I was charged with driving under the influence and operating while impaired.  I failed all my field sobriety tests and refused to take a breath test at the police station.  I was looking at mandatory jail time but Mr. Cooper convinced the government to offer me probation.

I.H.


I tried to stop a shooting but the government still charged me with a number of violent crimes that could have sent me to jail for 40 years.  Mr. Cooper stood firm and convinced the supervisor to offer me time served and immediate release.

L.P.


After a five week federal conspiracy trial, I was the only individual accused of money laundering to be found not guilty.

H.S.


I am a college student who got drunk and did something really stupid.  Although it was a minor charge and I could have pled guilty with the expectation that the charges would eventually be dismissed, I couldn’t afford a conviction on my record, even for a limited period of time.  Mr. Cooper had a number of conversations with the prosecutor and his supervisor, eventually convincing them to dismiss the charge against me at our next hearing.

J.F.


I was charged with driving under the influence and operating while impaired.  Although I had prior convictions, Mr. Cooper was able to convince the government to treat me as a first time offender, allowing me to avoid a certain jail sentence.

I.H.


I am a college student who got drunk and did something really stupid.  Although it was a minor charge and I could have pled guilty with the expectation that the charges would eventually be dismissed, I couldn’t afford a conviction on my record, even for a limited period of time.  Mr. Cooper had a number of conversations with the prosecutor and his supervisor, eventually convincing them to dismiss the charge against me at our next hearing.

J.F.


My son was charged with assaulting and threatening two women as part of a robbery.  I was terrified that he could go to jail for the next 55 years and that he wouldn’t survive prison.  Mr. Cooper and his investigator were in constant contact with the family and made sure that we understood the trial process and how important our roles would be as parents and witnesses.  Mr. Cooper presented his own exhibits and then used the government’s own evidence against it, convincing the jury that the police had arrested the wrong man.  The jury came back with a “not guilty” verdict on all charges within an hour.

J.R.


The government charged me with six criminal offenses for accidentally shooting my friend.  I could have gone to jail for 40 years and was facing thousands of dollars in fines and penalties.  After a lengthy trial, Mr. Cooper convinced the jury that I was innocent and I walked out a free man.

H.E.


I was looking at 30 years in jail on a serious drug charge when Mr. Cooper represented me.  He and his investigator conducted a full review of my case -- meeting with me numerous times, preparing crime scene photographs, and visiting with witnesses.  Although the prosecutor had four police officers testify against me, Mr. Cooper’s skillful questioning of the police officers and the testimony of my own three witnesses convinced the judge that I was the victim of an illegal search.  All charges were dismissed.

C.E.


Thank you for your patience and dedication while helping  B- - -  through what was one of the strangest things we have had to go through with him.  God will bless you always . . . Be blessed and know that we thank you so much for all that you did and tried to do for B ---.  

J.V.    


My son was charged with assaulting and threatening two women as part of a robbery.  I was terrified that he could go to jail for the next 55 years and that he wouldn’t survive prison.  Mr. Cooper and his investigator were in constant contact with the family and made sure that we understood the trial process and how important our roles would be as parents and witnesses.  Mr. Cooper presented his own exhibits and then used the government’s own evidence against it, convincing the jury that the police had arrested the wrong man.  The jury came back with a “not guilty” verdict on all charges within an hour.

J.R.


The government charged me with six criminal offenses for accidentally shooting my friend.  I could have gone to jail for 40 years and was facing thousands of dollars in fines and penalties.  After a lengthy trial, Mr. Cooper convinced the jury that I was innocent and I walked out a free man.

H.E.


I was looking at 30 years in jail on a serious drug charge when Mr. Cooper represented me.  He and his investigator conducted a full review of my case -- meeting with me numerous times, preparing crime scene photographs, and visiting with witnesses.  Although the prosecutor had four police officers testify against me, Mr. Cooper’s skillful questioning of the police officers and the testimony of my own three witnesses convinced the judge that I was the victim of an illegal search.  All charges were dismissed.

C.E.