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9108 Courthouse Road, Spotsylvania, VA 22553
P.O. Box 129 Spotsylvania, VA 22553
Jamie Walker was born and raised in northwest Louisiana. He joined the U.S. Marine Corps after graduating from high school and served as a rifleman in security forces and in the 6th Marine Regiment during his years of active duty. Following his honorable discharge, Mr. Walker found his way to Virginia where he worked as a journalist for the Marine Corps Association in Quantico, Virginia.
Mr. Walker completed his career with the Fredericksburg Sheriff’s Office, while serving part-time as a deputy. During this time, he attended college and completed his bachelor’s degree at Liberty University in 2019. He then went on to graduate from Liberty University School of Law in 2022.
Mr. Walker has spent countless hours enforcing the traffic laws of the Commonwealth, investigating vehicle crashes, and training hundreds of officers from over 20 agencies in and around the Fredericksburg region. He is highly trained in the use of RADAR and LIDAR, as well as portable truck scales.
While his commitment to highway safety has not changed, Mr. Walker can put his valuable and unique experience to use defending drivers who value their clean driving record. A momentary lapse in judgment doesn’t mean you should have to suffer unduly harsh consequences that can endure for years to come.
- US Marine Corps Veteran
- Bachelor of Arts, Liberty University, 2019
- Juris Doctor, Liberty University School of Law, 2022
In 2002, Mr. Walker began his law enforcement career with the Stafford County Sheriff’s Office. While there, he focused on traffic enforcement and highway safety issues. Mr. Walker was responsible for investigating major vehicle crashes and eventually became a specialist in motor carrier and commercial vehicle enforcement. In 2008, Mr. Walker was hired as a traffic safety specialist for the Fredericksburg Police Department where he worked on many transportation safety and regulatory programs, as well as general patrol work. Additionally, Jamie served as the primary accident investigation expert for the police department, which was the department’s only Federal Motor Carrier Safety inspector in its history. Additionally, for several years, he served as the chairman of the Fredericksburg Towing Advisory Board.
Since 2010, Mr. Walker has been a regular instructor at the Rappahannock Regional Criminal Justice Academy where he has taught basic recruits and seasoned officers in transportation safety related subjects. Mr. Walker was one, of only two, Speed Measurement (RADAR/LIDAR) instructors who were selected to train new Speed Measurement instructors. He also taught Emergency Vehicle Operations, basic accident investigation, courtroom testimony, Constitutional Law, and traffic direction and control. Mr. Walker officially retired from law enforcement in October 2022 in order to focus on his law career, but continues to be active as a volunteer instructor for the academy.