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Matthew Porter McKay

Matthew Porter McKay


Criminal Defense and Drug Crimes Lawyer
McKay Law Firm
Little Rock, AR
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About Matthew Porter McKay

No matter the crime, guilty or innocent, we will fight for you!

Attorney Biography

In my practice I have represented over a thousand clients from across the state of Arkansas in criminal. My clients have faced all type of charges; including, drug possession, drug trafficking, assault, battery, theft, burglary, sexual assault, rape, fraud, robbery, homicide and many others. I have handled criminal cases ranging from traffic tickets and misdemeanors to the most serious of felonies. My client’s results included not guilty verdicts at jury trials on serious federal drug offenses, sexual offenses, attempted murder, 1st degree murder and more. Every case is different, let me get to know you and unique  your case through a free consultation.

My criminal practice has also involved post-conviction representation and probation and parole issues; such as, probation revocation, early release from probation, and parole hearings. I have helped people seal their criminal records so that they can secure employment and enjoy many of the rights they enjoyed prior to a conviction. Guilty or innocent, I stand ready to be your voice.

 In my family law practice, I have represented clients from all corners of the state. I have successfully handled divorce, child support, visitation, guardianship, property division, paternity, adoption, custody matters and more. For many people, a divorce or other family law problem can be the most stressful event of their lives. I have the experience and knowledge to help guide you through the full range of domestic relations cases, and I have the heart to care about your and your family’s best interests during this difficult time.


Practice Areas

 
Criminal Defense (25%)
 
Drug Crimes (20%)
 
Firearm and Weapon Charges (10%)
 
Domestic Violence (10%)
 
Federal Crimes (10%)
 
Probation Violations (10%)
 
DUI / DWI (5%)
 
White Collar Crime (5%)
 
Marijuana Law (5%)
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Bar Licenses

Arkansas State Bar
Arkansas
Member in Good Standing
2007

Work Experience

McKay Law Firm
McKay Law Firm
Attorney
2007Present

State of Arkansas
Deputy Public Defender
02020

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Education

University of Arkansas at Little Rock William H. Bowen School of Law
J.D.
2007

University of Arkansas at Little Rock
B.A. (Magna Cum Laude)
2004

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Associations

Arkansas Association of Criminal Defense Lawyers
Member
Arkansas Association of Criminal Defense Lawyers

National Association of Criminal Defense Lawyers
Member
National Association of Criminal Defense Lawyers

Member
Arkansas Bar Association
2007

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Awards & Honors

Top 100 Criminal Defense
The National Trial Lawyers

Commercial Recognitions

Professional Involvement badge
Recognized for Professional Involvement
Lawyer Legion
2023

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Contact Matthew Porter McKay

Matthew Porter McKay
McKay Law Firm
201 E Markham St., Suite 70
Little Rock, AR 72201
www.mckaylawfirmar.com
Office: 501-916-2612
Office: 877-224-1688

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Nonprofit Organizations

National Association of Criminal Defense Lawyers -

Founded in 1958, NACDL is the largest organization for criminal defense lawyers fighting to preserve fairness within America's criminal justice system. The organization has more than 10,000 direct members including criminal defense attorneys in private practice, public defenders in state or federal court, U.S. military defense counsel, law professors and judges.


Arkansas Association of Criminal Defense Lawyers -

AACDL works to ensure fairness in the criminal justice system and due process for persons accused of crimes while educating and assisting criminal defense attorneys in their practice.


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