Morris, Crawford & Currin, P.C. is still open for business for telephone and video consults! We are aware that many clients are following social distancing guidelines and we encourage our clients and the public to be healthy and conscious of the contributions they can make to support our entire community by limiting their social contact. In an effort to support our clients during this unusual time, we are closing our offices to the public but we will accommodate anyone requesting an appointment by telephone or video conference, including Zoom.

The Virginia Supreme Court has issued a suspension of all non-essential court cases until April 26th. The order can be found here:

If you have any questions about how this order applies to your case, please contact us and we will be happy to assist you.

We acknowledge that this is an unusual time. As everyone deals with the disruptions to our regular schedule, please know that Morris, Crawford & Currin, P.C. is still ready to meet your legal needs. Thank you for trusting us, and we look forward to speaking with you soon.

Diallo K. Morris

Diallo Kobie Morris is a Hampton Roads native whose family has lived in the area for generations.  Diallo graduated from Hampton University with honors and graduated from The Ohio State University School of Law in 1996.  Since 1997, Diallo has enjoyed the practice of law and helping people with their legal issues.  He began his practice as a Commonwealth's Attorney for the City of Chesapeake and now in private practice, Diallo draws on over 20 years of legal experience to assist his clients in all criminal defense, traffic, and family law matters.

Tiffany T. Crawford

Tiffany graduated from Liberty University, summa cum laud, in 2003. After college, she served as a legislative aide to a member of the Virginia House of Delegates. She decided to follow her true passion and graduated from Regent University School of Law in 2008. After law school, she served the people of Virginia Beach and Norfolk as a public defender for over 7 years.
Tiffany lives in Norfolk with her husband and 4 children. She is a passionate advocate for public schools and serves as a tutor for the Life Enrichment Center in the Norfolk Public School System. She is a member of New Life Church and spends a great deal of her free time volunteering to help the less fortunate members of our community. She also enjoys good food and feeding all those she loves. 

Katherine D. Currin

Katherine (“Kat”) graduated from the University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill with a BA in religious studies with highest honors in 2004 and their School of Law in 2007. She began her career as a Public Defender where she served the citizens of Chesapeake and Norfolk for 8 years. Kat is licensed in both Virginia and North Carolina and practices throughout Hampton Roads. Her practice is now concentrated in the areas of criminal defense and family law.

Kat is a member of Saint Michael Lutheran Church in Virginia Beach where she enjoys singing for the church. She's a mother of two young children, and enjoys participating in volunteer activities to help the juvenile population of Hampton Roads; in the past she has helped to organize fundraisers for The Dwelling Place and CHKD. She was named one of the Top 40 Under 40 honorees for Hampton Roads in 2016.  Kat is also an enthusiastic follower of all UNC Tarheel sports.

Vania M. O'Keefe

Vania is a Chesapeake native and a graduate of Great Bridge High school. Vania went on to graduate from Francis Marion University with a BA in Political Science and Professional Writing. She obtained her law degree from the University of Richmond, TC Williams School of Law in 2001. During law school Vania interned at Virginia Legal Aid and the Chesapeake Commonwealth’s Attorney’s office. After graduation, she worked for a small firm practicing family law and estate planning before she moved onto the Virginia Beach and Chesapeake Public Defender’s offices.  Thereafter she returned to private practice to focus on estate planning.  Vania is certified as a  Virginia Divorce Mediator by the Judicial Council of Virginia.

Vania has been very active in the local autism community, having served as president of the Autism Society of Tidewater and as a board member of Project Lifesaver Virginia Beach. She is currently the president of the Southeastern Elementary School PTA. Vania is the proud mother of four, and lives in the Great Bridge section of Chesapeake with her children and two rescue dogs.

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Morris, Crawford & Currin, P.C.

101 Northfield Street, Suite B

Chesapeake, Virginia 23320


The Monticello Arcade

208 East Plume Street

Suite 338

Norfolk, Virginia 23510




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