Southern District of West Virginia

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About the U.S. Attorney

Booth Goodwin, USABooth Goodwin, USA

Booth Goodwin was appointed United States Attorney for the Southern District of West Virginia by President Barack Obama on May 27, 2010. Goodwin is a native of Ripley, West Virginia, where he attended public school.

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about the District

United States Attorney's Office for the Southern District of West Virginia is headquartered in the capital city of Charleston, West Virginia. Two additional staffed branch offices are located within the district in Beckley and Huntington.


P.O. Box 1713
Charleston, WV 25326
Phone: 304-345-2200
Fax: 304-347-7074
Sydney L. Christie Building 
845 Fifth Avenue, Room 209
P.O. Box 1239
Huntington WV 25714
Phone: 304-529-5799
Fax: 304-529-5545
United States Courthouse and IRS Complex 
110 North Heber Street 
Room 257
Beckley, WV 25801

Recent News

September 16, 2014

Columbus man pleads guilty for role in hydrocodone conspiracy

Honduran man pleads guilty to unlawful reentry into United States

September 15, 2014

Federal, State and Local Programs to join in a statewide awareness campaign

Former bank officer sentenced for misallocation of bank funds

Cleveland man pleads guilty to possession of stolen firearm

Newman drug organization member sentenced for illegal gun possession

United States Attorney Booth Goodwin to host law enforcement & victim assistance awards ceremony tomorrow

September 10, 2014

Beckley area man pleads guilty to distribution of oxycodone

Lincoln County grandfather and grandson sentenced to prison for oxycodone distribution

Beckley man pleads guilty to distribution of oxycodone

Coal City man sentenced to thirty months for distribution of oxycodone

September 4, 2014

Two Kanawha County men sentenced to prison on federal gun charges

September 3, 2014

Detroit drug dealer pleads guilty to federal charges in Huntington

Saint Albans man pleads guilty to federal firearms charge

Parkersburg man sentenced to 17 1/2 years in federal prison for accessing child pornography on a library computer

September 2, 2014

Detroit man pleads guilty to heroin distribution

Michigan woman pleads guilty to federal heroin charge

Mercer County man sentenced to nine years in prison for possessing child pornography

Huntington man sentenced for illegal firearm possession

Vienna man sentenced to five years in federal prison for possession of heroin and a firearm

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