Washington, DC Criminal Defense Lawyer

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Criminal defense should not be taken lightly and getting an attorney with experience is crucial so you are able to achieve your goals in each situation. Mr. Ney has represented  criminal defendants in felony cases in both trial and appellate courts. 

With extensive experience in litigating criminal appeals, he know what it takes to obtain the best possible outcome in the courts.  He has also represented clients in felony and potential felony cases in state and federal trial courts and investigations.

Brad has represented criminal defendants in felony cases in both trial and appellate courts.  Brad has extensive experience litigating criminal appeals on behalf of the Maryland Public Defenders’ Office.  He has also represented clients in felony and potential felony cases in state and federal trial courts and investigations.

The Law Office of W. Bradley Ney
601 Pennsylvania Avenue, NW
Suite 900
Washington, DC 20004

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