Patrick A. Mullin

  • Established in 1985
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About this firm

Mr. Mullin specializes in criminal and tax matters. He is highly experienced in criminal trials and has been certified by the New Jersey Supreme Court as a criminal trial attorney. Mr. Mullin is also accomplished in criminal appeals. He has argued before the United States Supreme Court and, on many occasions, before the United States Circuit Courts. He serves on an advisory committee to the United States Sentencing Commission and is most familiar with sentencing issues. Mr. Mullin holds a masters degree in tax law and is also highly experienced in tax matters including tax fraud, IRS disputes and federal and state tax controversies. Mr. Mullin is singularly devoted to the pursuit of justice on behalf of all his clients.

Areas of Practice (2)

Specific Practice Area and Industry Group Details across multiple offices:

  • Criminal Law
  • Tax Law

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Criminal Law, Tax Law

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  • Appellate Practice

  • Criminal Trial Practice

  • Tax Law

  • White Collar Crime

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