Matthew Crowley handles serious criminal and traffic matters in the following jurisdictions:
Fairfax Loudoun and Leesburg Prince William and Manassas Arlington Alexandria
Matthew focuses his practice on defending his clients' constitutional rights and holding the police accountable. In other words, he focuses on results. With over 17 years of experience in the legal system in Northern Virginia, Matthew Crowley has dealt with a wide array of case types ranging from serious felonies to traffic violations and misdemeanors, logging thousands of trials before judges and juries. Tough, intelligent, customized representation, and a listening ear to make sure the things most important to you are protected.
Mr. Crowley received his Bachelor’s degree in Political Science from the University of Utah in 2000 and his Juris Doctorate from American University’s Washington College of Law in 2003. He was admitted to the practice of law in Virginia in 2003.
American University Washington College of Law J.D. (2003) | Law 2001 - 2003
University of Utah B.A. (2000) | Political Science 1996 - 2000
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