Atlanta Criminal & DUI Defense Lawyer

Put Our Firm's Years of Experience to Work for You

Criminal arrests are serious matters that can result in life-changing penalties if you are convicted. For any type of criminal matter, it is important to have a skilled, knowledgeable and experienced attorney on your side. The stakes are high, and you risk losing your rights, your freedom, and your good name. As Atlanta's premier criminal defense lawyer, Matthew T. McNally understands that criminal charges can have an impact on every aspect of your life and he is committed to working diligently on your behalf. Regardless of whether you have been arrested for DUI or any other type of crime, Mr. McNally can protect your rights both in and out of the courtroom, giving you the best chance at avoiding serious penalties.

Before opening his own practice, Attorney Matthew T. McNally formerly worked as an assistant district attorney and handled over one thousand criminal cases. This experience gave him invaluable knowledge, as well as insight into the criminal process and what strategies are most commonly used by prosecutors. Since becoming a criminal defense and DUI attorney in Atlanta, GA, Attorney McNally has continued to implement his legal knowledge and extensive experience in ways that benefit all types of clients. These high-quality services have led to many successful outcomes in a variety of criminal cases. In fact, many of his former clients do not have enough good things to say about Mr. McNally. Hear from some of our past clients on our testimonials page.

Representing a Wide Range of Criminal Charges in Atlanta, GA

Whether your case involves a simple misdemeanor like fleeing police or a serious felony offense like manslaughter, you can find the superior defense strategies you need when you call The Law Office of Matthew T. McNally. Unlike other law firms in the area, our firm handles criminal defense cases exclusively. Because of this direct and singular focus, we have built a positive working relationship over the years with both judges and prosecutors within Atlanta's court system. These relationships make it possible for Attorney McNally to consistently obtain favorable results in his clients' criminal cases, and he serves all local courts throughout Atlanta.

Some people make the mistake of thinking that they only need to hire a criminal lawyer if they have been accused of a crime, but this is not the case. By enlisting the help of a qualified criminal attorney immediately after an arrest, you will have a chance at avoiding official criminal charges altogether. A criminal accusation can have lasting detrimental consequences to both a defendant and his or her family, and Attorney McNally is readily available to protect you against these serious penalties. If you have been formally accused of a crime, timely action will be crucial.

Our firm is well-equipped to represent a wide range of cases, including:

Contact an Atlanta Criminal Attorney Today: (678) 918-4421

In the time following a criminal charge, arrest, or investigation, the most important step you can take is to contact the right criminal defense attorney. This will make all the difference in the progression of your case, as an experienced lawyer can ensure that you are protecting your right to remain silent in order to avoid incrimination. There is no need for you to try and navigate through the confusing, complex language of criminal law by yourself. Contact Atlanta Attorney Matthew McNally today for the honest answers and tough protection you need. When you choose to work with our firm, you can be confident knowing that you will be given the best advantage and that your rights will be fully protected every step of the way. Call today for immediate assistance and for a free consultation!

Our firm is proud to serve clients in Cobb County, DeKalb County, Douglas County, Fulton County, Gwinnett County, Clayton County, and Paulding County.

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