(Leesburg, VA) – Buta Biberaj is proud to be the Democratic candidate for Commonwealth’s Attorney for Loudoun County in the November 5th 2019 election.
“As Commonwealth’s Attorney, I will ensure that the actions of the Commonwealth’s Attorneys’ office represent the values of the community. Prosecuting violent crimes to keep us safe is my priority. I will do the hard work of balancing safety and inclusiveness with the effective use of resources, so each person receives appropriate consequences and treatment under the law.”
Buta grew up in the Bronx borough of New York City and saw first-hand the inequities of the legal system. Her decision to become a lawyer was always with the intent to “change the world for the better.” Based on her character, training and successes, in 2006, she was honored to be appointed as a Substitute Judge for the 20th Judicial District. During her eleven years of service, she presided over hundreds of criminal and civil cases. “No one in this race has more experience, nor participated in more aspects of the justice system than I have. I have been involved in the process from beginning to end, from the investigation, to the trial, and to presiding as a judge. This approach provides me with a special insight and expertise that ‘Justice for Loudoun’ demands.”
Buta Biberaj, an attorney and partner at the law firm of Biberaj Snow & Sinclair, PC. Buta is admitted to practice in the Supreme Court of the United States, and all state and appellate courts in Virginia, Maryland and New York. Buta received her undergraduate degree in Education from George Mason University; and, her Juris Doctorate from the Antonin Scalia School of Law. She is a 23 year resident of Dulles and her law firm has been located in Leesburg since 1993.
Buta has been recognized for her efforts, experience and success by numerous organizations. Such recognition includes being named as a Top 100 Trial Attorneys in Virginia, Top 100 DUI Attorneys in Virginia, and rated by her peers and clients on AVVO.com as SUPERB.
Buta’s is committed to serving the whole community, and has been actively involved. She co-founded the Street Law Program, has served as a mentor for the Leadership in Law program, speaker and mentor for the Loudoun County Public Schools on Law Day, and is on the Board of Directors of the non-profit corporation A Advantage 4 Kids, Inc., an organization benefiting Northern Virginia families and children.