Thomas O. Bondurant Jr. has been appointed to the Henrico County General District Court, effective Sept. 1.
Henrico’s Circuit judges selected Bondurant to fill a vacancy created by the appointment of Judge Mary B. Malveaux to the Court of Appeals of Virginia.
A member of the Virginia State Bar since 1974, Bondurant has practiced law in civil and criminal trial and appellate courts in all state and federal jurisdictions. His work has included family, criminal, real estate and personal injury cases.
He has served as a substitute judge on Henrico’s General District and Juvenile and Domestic Relations District courts since 1999. He served as a substitute judge on Richmond’s General District Court from 1983 to 1999. He also serves as county attorney for Westmoreland County and is a member of the Virginia State Bar Disciplinary Board and a commissioner in chancery for the Henrico Circuit Court.
Bondurant’s résumé also includes prior service as bar counsel to the Virginia State Bar and as chairman of its substance abuse committee as well as president of the Henrico County Bar Association and as chairman of its judiciary committee.
He earned a bachelor’s degree from the University of Richmond and a law degree from its T.C. Williams School of Law.