Patrick Mahaney

Patrick Mahaney

8191 Seaton Place
Montgomery, AL 36116

Phone: 334-277-3974

Website: http://www.mahaneylaw.com

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About Patrick Mahaney

Patrick Mahaney is a criminal defense attorney with offices in Montgomery, Alabama, concentrating his practice in defense of driving under the influence (DUI), drug possession/controlled substances violations, sex offenses and sex offender registration, and driver license issues. Mr. Mahaney established his law office in July 2006 after completing five and half years of overseas service for the United States government. Mr. Mahaney has been licensed to practice law for over twenty-nine years. Mr. Mahaney previously served as a special assistant Attorney General for the State of Alabama and as a municipal court prosecutor, as well as over twenty-two years sworn law enforcement service. Mr. Mahaney received his B.A. degree from The Citadel in Charleston, S.C. and his law degree from Jones School of Law in Montgomery, Alabama.


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