|Robert C. Hagan, Jr.
Attorney at Law
Phone: (540) 473-2044
Toll-Free: (800) 872-6087
Fax: (540) 473-1410
Botetourt County, Virginia
In 1770, Botetourt County extended to the Mississippi River and included the
future site of Chicago on the southern shores of Lake Michigan, the entire
state of Kentucky, most of Indiana and Illinois, and huge portions of Ohio and
Botetourt County lies at the southern end of the Valley of Virginia. Fincastle, pop 359, remains the county seat. The
population is divided between traditional small towns and farms and rapidly expanding suburbs of the City of Roanoke.
The industrial base is centered on precision manufacturing, service/distribution centers and communications.
Our Daleville office is centrally located near the I-81 and US 220 interchange to serve the Roanoke metropolitan area
as well as Botetourt County.
Alleghany County, pop. 16,250 is at the northernmost part of the Roanoke Region. The county seat is Covington.
Alleghany was estabilished in 1822 from parts of Botetourt, Bath, and Monroe Counties. Alleghany is named for the
mountains in which it is located. I-64 and Route 220 are major roads in and out of Alleghany County. Our Alleghany
Office is located in the city of Covington off of Locust Street, one block from the Alleghany County Courthouse.
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Botetourt County General District Court: (540) 473-8244. Traffic, misdemeanors, preliminary hearings for felonies, civil
claims up to $15,000.00. Most decisions other than custody may be appealed for a new trial in Circuit Court with a right
to a jury trial. All appeals must be noted within 10 days of judgment.
Botetourt County J&DR Court: (540) 473-8244. Child Custody and Support, Spousal Support, Juvenile and Family
Crimes. All decisions may be appealed for a new trial in the Circuit Court with a right to a jury trial except for Custody
Cases. Appeals must be noted within 10 days of judgment.
Botetourt County Circuit Court: (540) 473-8274. Felony trials, Misdemeanor trials on appeal, civil claims over
$15,000.00, Injunctions, Divorce, Child Custody and Support, Spousal Support.
Continuances: All Clerk's Offices may arrange first continuances within certain guidelines. Other continuances
generally require an appearance by counsel or the personal appearance of the party.
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