Since 1980 our office has offered extensive experience and strong litigations skills in cases of Criminal, Traffic, Personal Injury, Business and General Representation in all Courts in Maryland and the District of Columbia.
We take great pride in the fact that the largest source of business to our firm is from satisfied clients, their families and friends, as well as other attorneys who consider us the “go to” law firm for their staff and clients.
We recognize that clients who are injured in a car accident or charged with a criminal or DUI/DWI are often under great stress and fearful of losing their job, their license, and the impact this may have on their future. We work to take much of the fear away by fully explaining the law, Maryland Court decisions and outlining defenses and solutions. We will provide suggestions, offer treatment and evaluation options that will help obtain the results we desire in court.
Contact us today if you need legal assistance with any of the following:
Call Mallon A. Snyder today at 301-750-9588 to arrange your free initial consultation
Mallon Snyder has been an Attorney for over 40 years.
At court you will have the option to enter a plea and be sentenced by the Judge or go to trial with your Attorney cross examining and challenging Police Officers and other witnesses.
Many Attorneys do not actually go to trial. An experienced Attorney who has the trial skills and respect of the Prosecutor will often be able to negotiate a compromise resolution which limits the risk of conviction or jail time not available to these other Attorneys.
Mallon Snyder is in court daily with multiple cases. When you come to the office you are welcome to look at his trial calendar to confirm this.
In a large firm often you will go to court with a junior attorney. Mallon Snyder will meet with you to prepare your defense and take you to court. You will work with him as a team to get the best result.
Many Attorneys do not spend time with the client or do the hard work to review reports and documents to prepare the case for trial.
Mallon Snyder will explain the charges against you and review with you the police reports and videos. He will also explain the process of going to court. He will review with you your testimony and practice asking the difficult questions the Judge or Prosecutor may ask you. He will recommend how to dress for court and provide a tie if you need one. By taking the time to understand the process you will be more relaxed and confident and get the best result.
Mallon Snyder has excellent client reviews. Please take the time to read some of the reviews attached. Most clients remain in contact with the office and refer their family and friends.
Mal Snyder has been a member of the Maryland State Bar since 1979 and the District of Columbia Bar since June of 1985. His law practice includes the Circuit Court in thirteen counties in the State of Maryland and in the District of Columbia, as well as United States Federal District Courts for the District of Columbia and Maryland.
He has tried well over one hundred Circuit Court jury trials and thousands of cases in the District Courts of Maryland. His legal experience includes that as a third year student at the University of Baltimore, he tried criminal jury trials in conjunction with the Baltimore City State’s Attorneys Office, including cases involving Rape, Forgery and Uttering and Assault, as well as criminal proceedings in the Juvenile Court including child in need of assistance and CINS petitions.
Upon graduation, he was a law clerk for the Honorable Richard B. Latham, Judge, Circuit Court for Montgomery County, Maryland. He created the recent admittees section of the Montgomery County Bar Association, served as its Chair, as well as serving on the Executive Committee of the Montgomery County Bar Association and President of the Bar Association of Montgomery County. He has been a Speaker at CASA of Maryland at the University of Maryland. He has belongs to the Maryland Criminal Defense Attorneys Association, Maryland State Bar Association, Montgomery County Bar Association. He is a member of the Inns of Court serving Montgomery County.