Attorney Bailey has regularly had success in front of the Alabama Board of Pardons and Paroles. Attorney Bailey's representation can include parole cuts, parole revocation hearings, and full parole hearings. Contact Attorney Bailey to see what can be done to help your incarcerated loved one or friend!
Attorney Bailey is an experienced attorney that will fight for you against any criminal charges! Attorney Bailey appears regularly across Alabama fighting for his client's rights in charges ranging from municipal violations to the most serious murder and violent charges.
Attorney Bailey has years of experience in representing defendants that were convicted or pleaded guilty. He has experience in both direct and post-conviction relief in State and Federal Court. Mr. Bailey is willing to put in every effort to try get you relief!
Attorney Bailey is well versed in Expungement Law in Alabama, and he can represent any client that is eligible for an expungement of charges or convictions in their proceedings to ensure his clients' poor decisions are left in the past.
Attorney Bailey is knowledgeable in preparing advanced health care directives, wills, and other estate documents like powers of attorney. This representation includes traveling to prepare documents for those loved ones who are incarcerated.
Attorney Bailey regularly visits individuals in the various Alabama prisons, jails, and work releases. During these visits, he discusses with them the facts of their case, their upbringing, and what they have done since they have been incarcerated.
Attorney Bailey has years of experience in handling all forms of Family Law issues including divorces, child custody, and protection from abuse orders.
If you have any other legal issues not listed above it is very likely that Attorney Bailey will be able to assist you in resolving them or referring you to an attorney he knows who can.
This website is for informational purposes only. Using this site or communicating with Attorney Matthew A. Bailey through this site does not form an attorney-client relationship. No representation is made that the quality of the legal services to be performed is greater than the quality of legal services performed by other lawyers.