William Turner

William Turner

Newton Turner, PLLC

Arlington, VA


  • user-graduate Education American University Washington College of Law
  • Experience 10 years of experience year
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Practice Areas

Criminal Law
White Collar Crime
Criminal Law

Jurisdictions Admitted to Practice

  • Virginia
    Since 2011


William (Bill) Turner is a criminal defense attorney who actually tries cases. A former prosecutor for two Virginia jurisdictions, Mr. Turner has tried thousands of criminal cases to a verdict, including several high-profile jury trials. Having successfully built and prosecuted countless criminal cases as an Assistant Commonwealth's Attorney, Mr. Turner offers clients an insider's view into how to respond to and defend against a government prosecution. Mr. Turner believes that individuals facing criminal allegations need confident, talented, and experienced attorneys to develop a winning strategy and to argue their case persuasively. He combines extensive knowledge of and experience in criminal law with proficiency at trial to achieve outstanding results for his clients. Mr. Turner has taught classes on criminal law and procedure to several law enforcement agencies and currently serves as a trial coach for George Mason University Law School's Trial Advocacy Program. Mr. Turner has been awarded The National Trial Lawyers: Top 40 Under 40 in Criminal Defense designation for Virginia every year since entering private practice.

Professional Experience

  • Criminal Defense Attorney and Managing Partner
    Newton Turner, PLLC
    2017 - Current

Professional Associations

  • Arlington County Bar Association
    Elected Member of Judicial Selection Committee
    2017 - Current


  • American University Washington College of Law
    J.D. (2011) | Law
    2008 - 2011


  • Top 40 Under 40
    The National Trial Lawyers


  • Free Consultation Free 30 minute in-person consultation.
  • Credit Cards Accepted All major credit cards.
  • Rates, Retainers and Additional Information Typically offer one flat fee based on number, severity, and complexity of charges.