Putting the Needs of the Community First.
Page County Commonwealth Attorney's Office
& Victim Witness Program
116 South Court Street, Suite D, Luray, Virginia 22835
Kenneth L. Alger II, Page County Commonwealth’s Attorney
Kenneth Alger is serving in his third term as the the Commonwealth’s Attorney for Page County.
Prior to joining the office, Alger was the Deputy Commonwealth’s Attorney for Shenandoah County
and worked in the Gwinnet County District Attorney’s Office in metro Atlanta.
In these roles, Alger has tried thousands of cases ranging from domestic assault to homicide.
Alger handles a majority of the felony cases in the office. Alger places high priority on victim
services, support of law enforcement, community outreach, and efficient prosecutions.
Alger has trained allied professional across the Commonwealth on domestic violence, search
and seizure, protective orders, civil liability issues for law enforcement, and crisis intervention
techniques. Alger was named Virginia’s Young Lawyer of the Year by the Virginia State Bar due
to his dedication to his profession, the community and the Commonwealth of Virginia. Alger
previously chaired the Virginia State Bar’s Domestic Violence Safety Project, a project named
“Outstanding Service to the Bar Project” by the American Bar Association.
Alger is heavily involved in community service, serving as a board member of various nonprofit organizations. Alger has previously served as community mentor to at-risk youth, as in in-home worker with individuals with intellectual disabilities and as the former President of the Virginia State Bar YLC, an organization of over 8,000 members statewide. Alger taught business law for over 10 years at James Madison University. Alger is an honors graduate of Page County High School, the University of Virginia, the University of Georgia School of Law, and is a fellow of the University of Virginia Sorensen Institute for Political Leadership. Alger resides in Page County with his wife and daughter.
Ilona White, Assistant Commonwealth's Attorney
Ilona L. White is an Assistant Commonwealth’s Attorney for Page County who is responsible for handling cases arising in General District Court as well as some felony matters in Circuit Court. Prior to joining the office, White was an Assistant Commonwealth’s Attorney in Shenandoah County where she handled misdemeanors and felonies arising in all courts. White was born and raised in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, where she graduated from the University of Pittsburgh and University of Pittsburgh School of Law. White moved to Virginia and passed the Virginia State Bar in 1993. Since that time, she has worked for the Office of the Public Defender, had her own law practice for nine years and had over nine years of prosecutorial experience. In addition to practicing law, Ilona White enjoys spending time with her three children.
Bryan Cave, Assistant Commonwealth's Attorney
Bryan Cave is a Page County native who earned his bachelor’s degree at the University of Virginia. He later earned his law degree from the Appalachian School of Law where he graduated summa cum laude and was the Editor-In-Chief of the school’s law journal. For the past 5 years, he was a partner with the Richmond based law firm, Cravens & Noll, as he managed both the Luray and Harrisonburg offices. While his fields of practice often varied, Bryan has always devoted a significant portion of his career to criminal law.
Rosalynn Good, Victim-Witness Program Director
Rosalynn Good is the Page County Victim-Witness Program Director. She is a graduate of Page County schools and Radford University. Ms. Good joined the Commonwealth’s Attorney’s Office in 2006 as the director of the Victim Witness Program. In this capacity, she assists victims and witnesses in preparation for court.
Laurie Freeze, Administrative Assistant
Laurie is an Administrative Assistant for the Commonwealth’s Attorney’s Office. She is the support contact for General District Court. Laurie has been with this office since 2007, and with the county since 1999.
Laurie is a life-long resident of Page County. She is married and has 2 daughters.
Stephanie Breeden, Office Manager
Stephanie Breeden is the Office Manager for the Page County Commonwealth’s Office. She is the support contact for Circuit Court. Her additional duties include serving as the asset forfeiture coordinator, Virginia Compensation Board liaison, and budget manager. Stephanie is heavily involved in her community, volunteering at the local rescue squad, serving as a 4-H Club leader and a director on the Page County Agricultural and Industrial Fair Board. Stephanie has an Associate’s Degree in Administrative Office Management. She resides in Luray with her husband and two children.
Stephanie Rucker, Administrative Assistant
Stephanie Rucker is an administrative assistant for the Page County Commonwealth’s Attorney’s Office. She is the support contact for the Juvenile and Domestic Relations Court, special prosecutions, and supply management. Stephanie graduated from Slippery Rock University in Pennsylvania in 2000 with a B.S. in Computer Information Systems with a specialization in Communications. Before working at the Page County Commonwealth Attorney’s Office she has been an administrative assistant at Shenandoah University’s School of Pharmacy in Winchester, VA for five years and was the administrative assistant to the Vice President & Undergraduate Academic Dean at Eastern Mennonite University in Harrisonburg, VA for seven years. She is a native of Johnstown, Pennsylvania but resides in Page County, VA with her husband and daughter.
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