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Gaming Law Lawyers In Marshall Virginia

Marshall is an unincorporated village located in the hunt country of northwestern Fauquier County, Virginia. Marshall was originally known as Salem. The town became Marshall after a short-lived incorporation. Marshall is named after John Marshall, the former United States Supreme Court Chief Justice who grew up at Oak Hill in nearby Delaplane. The village is centered along State Route 55 between two exits on Interstate 66. Although Marshall has historically been an agricultural community, its fortuitous designation as one of 5 service districts within Fauquier County, and exclusively within northern Fauquier County, has resulted in a renaissance of business and professional service offerings to the mostly equestrian and agricultural interests in the surrounding region. Marshall is home to the Fauquier Heritage Society, as well as the One Room School House PS17 which was the last one-room schoolhouse in Fauquier County to close in the 1960s. It has been renovated and school groups often visit.

What is gaming law?

Gaming law is the set of rules and regulations that apply to the gaming or gambling industry. Lawyers who practice gaming law handle cases involving casinos, racetracks, state lottery revenue distribution, and more. Because gaming activity is heavily regulated under federal and state laws, gaming law attorneys may represent clients before government commissions and regulatory agencies.

Answers to gaming law issues in Virginia

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