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Locke & Lyden P.L.L.C
10615 Judicial Drive Suite 502
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Hon. Stephen E. Sincavage
Robert R. Sandwich, Jr., will fill ...
Robert R. Sandwich, Jr., will fill the 5th Judicial Circuit, Stephen E. Sincavage will serve in the 20th Judicial Circuit, and Charles L. Ricketts, III, will serve in the 25thJudicial Circuit.
Judge Ricketts has served with distinction on the Juvenile and Domestic Relations Court for the last eight years, and both Sandwich and Sincavage
have served their communities with distinction as prosecutors for many years.
Judge for the 20th Judicial Circuit- Stephen E. Sincavage
Stephen E. Sincavage has served as a prosecutor in the Commonwealth's Attorney Office for Loudoun County for the last sixteen years, the last five as Deputy Commonwealth's Attorney.
He previously served as a Law Clerk to two circuit judges in the 20th Judicial Circuit.
A native of Northern Virginia, Sincavage
resides in Ashburn with his
wife and daughter.
Loudoun County Bar Association Officers
Steve Sincavage Treasurer
Loudoun County Bar Association Attorneys
Stephen E. Sincavage
Senior Assistant Commonwealth's Attorney - Loudoun
20 East Market Street
Leesburg, VA 20176
Judge Stephen Sincavage ...
Judge Stephen Sincavage sentenced Zama Silindane, 21, to four years incarceration with an additional four years of suspended time, meaning Silindane could return to jail for four years if he violates his probation.
On Dec. 7, Silindane was involved in a verbal spat between two groups of men at a Sterling McDonald's.
During the arguing, Silindane went to his
car, grabbed a glass bottle and then went back to the restaurant where he
hit another man in the face.
The bottle shattered and the glass severed the man's nose.
After Loudoun County Sheriff's Office deputies responded, Silindane said he
was "kind of tipsy."
The victim's injuries required surgery, and he
still suffers from breathing and nasal problems, according to the Loudoun Commonwealth's Attorney's Office.
In a victim impact letter he
wrote to the court, he
noted that he
has trouble going out in public, both because of fear and because he's
self-conscious about his
Though Silindane had no criminal history, Sincavage
said that Silindane had "a moment of reflection and elected to come back and escalate the situation with an innocent victim rather than call the police or try to break up the altercation."