About Attorney Matthew T. McNally

Put 15+ Years of Experience on Your Side

Attorney Matthew T. McNally Matthew T. McNally is an experienced criminal trial attorney that specializes in the following types of cases: criminal defense, DUI, drug cases and traffic tickets. Throughout his career Attorney McNally has handled thousands of case, often securing favorable outcomes as evident in histrack record of success.

Born and raised in Atlanta, Mr. McNally has a deep care for this clients. Fighting tirelessly, he works his hardest to secure the best outcome possible in every case he takes.

Why Hire Our Firm?

  • Free Consultations
  • 15+ Years of Experience
  • Personalized Defense Strategies
  • Flexible Payment Plans

Experience

After graduating from Georgia State Law School, he began his 5-year career as an Assistant District Attorney. The first 3 years were in the Coweta judicial circuit where he handled cases in Carroll, Coweta, Heard, Meriwether and Troup Counties. In 2004, Mr. McNally began his two years as an Assistant District Attorney in Cobb County. Following his time as Assistant District Attorney, Mr. McNally opened his practice, dedicated exclusively to criminal defense.

Professional Memberships

  • DeKalb County Juvenile Justice Counsel - Board of Directors (2017 - present)
  • The Georgia Association of Criminal Defense Attorneys
  • The National Association of Criminal Defense Attorneys
  • The Atlanta Bar Association
  • The Cobb County Bar Association
  • The DeKalb Bar Association

Admitted to Practice

  • The Supreme Court of Georgia
  • The Georgia Appeals Court
  • The Federal Court Northern District of Georgia

Education

  • 2001 Georgia State College of Law
    • Member of the Moot Court Board
    • Member of the Mock Trial Team
  • 1997 University of Georgia
    • Bachelor of Arts Degree

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