Welcome to the Law Offices of McCready Law Group. Long Beach, CA Assault & Battery Lawyer Zachary J. McCready is a former LAPD Officer who has more than ten years' experience representing the rights of those accused of the commission of a crime.
At McCready Law Group, we understand the devastation that a criminal conviction can have on the defendant as well as their loved ones. A former LAPD officer for more than 8 years, Long Beach Criminal Defense Attorney Zachary McCready possesses an in-depth understanding of the Appeals process and knows what issues to investigate more thoroughly in order to successfully move forward.
A knowledgeable Criminal Defense Attorney certified by the Board of Legal Specialization as a Criminal Law Specialist, Mr. McCready has helped numerous clients who are facing additional jail or prison time for alleged Probation or Parole Violations.
Whether you are currently being investigated for carrying out a violent crime or have been placed under arrest and are facing prosecution, Long Beach Violent Crime Attorney Zack McCready is here to provide high-quality legal counsel and representation. Please contact us to make an appointment for a free consultation.
At McCready Law Group, Long Beach Criminal Defense Attorney Zachary McCready has been aggressively representing clients against white collar crime charges for more than 10 years. He is a Criminal Law Specialist, certified by the Board of Legal Specialization.
If you are presently being prosecuted for a misdemeanor or felony theft, Long Beach Criminal Defense Attorney Zachary McCready provides knowledgeable, experienced legal representation to the accused in Long Beach and the surrounding region.
At the McCready Law Group in Long Beach, DUI defense attorney Zachary McCready provides aggressive legal representation to clients who have been arrested for driving under the influence of alcohol, as well as driving under the influence of both Illegal and prescription drugs.
Your loved one is accused of committing a felony. Ordinarily, this felony carries a maximum sentence of 3 years in prison. But because of a 20-year-old, unrelated strike conviction, he is now facing a maximum penalty of 6 years instead of 3. Is there any way to get his maximum sentence down to the 3 years? You betcha!
A person with a past criminal record may have a prior conviction stricken from the record in the interests of justice under Penal Code Section 1385.
Imagine that you are sitting in a parked car, listening to music. A police officer approaches your car and demands that you step outside of the car. After you step outside, he goes through the whole car looking for drugs or other evidence that he can use against you. He then finds something illegal and charges you with being in possession of it. It is your word against the police officers as to what happened. Is this a winnable case? You betcha!