I have known Paul Walther for the better part of 20 years. During that time, I have observed him to be a person of great honesty, loyalty and integrity.

He is a highly dedicated prosecutor with a combined 30 years of experience at every level in the commonwealth’s attorney’s office. Having prosecuted thousands of violent and nonviolent cases, he comprehends the full nature of justice, and has committed his life to it. He is a tremendous litigator, always well prepared, with relevant and cogent argument.

Paul is a true and dedicated public servant who is focused on serving the people of Culpeper County, while always respecting the limits of the office.

He is also an exemplary family man who volunteers in the community in many ways. He participates in everything from kids travel soccer teams and lectures to students in the local high schools, to taking care of our injured military members and disabled veterans through the Healing Waters Program.

Paul Walther is not a politician. He doesn’t have the biggest or most signs. Flash is just not his style.

But engage him in a discussion about the law, and you see the passion.

There are very few elected jobs where knowledge, experience and a thorough understanding of the working landscape are critical. The commonwealth’s attorney position is perhaps the most important.

Frank Bossio, Former Culpeper County administrator


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