First elected by the General Assembly on March 9, 2000 to an eight-year term beginning April 16, 2000. Elected to a second eight-year term in 2008.
Washington and Lee University, B.A., 1972
Widener University Law School, J.D., 1976
Assistant attorney general, State of Delaware, 1976-1978.
Assistant commonwealth’s attorney, Norfolk, Virginia, 1979-1982.
Chief deputy commonwealth’s attorney, Virginia Beach, Virginia, 1982-1987.
Private practice in Virginia Beach, Virginia, 1988-1989.
Commonwealth’s attorney in Virginia Beach, Virginia, 1990-2000.
Adjunct professor of law, University of Dayton, 1998-2002.
Adjunct professor of law, Regent University, 2002-present.
Elected, Journals of the Senate of Virginia, 2000 Regular Session, 1747; The American Bench-2002/2003, 2549; education and professional career, Alan Cooper, “Humphreys, Huff Join Supreme Court Competition,” Virginia Lawyers Weekly, October 6, 2010, retrieved from valawyersweekly.com on December 2, 2014; and biographical file, Virginia State Law Library.