Clients

Dan has successfully advocated for reasonable and beneficial plea deals and worked through countless criminal cases to completion. He has also supported many clients with family court challenges, Termination of Parental Rights proceedings, divorce cases, and with a multitude of other general legal challenges.

Maguire Law Associates, PLC Not Guilty Verdicts:

  • 3 Felony Counts of Sale of Narcotics 5/20/04
  • Simple Assault and Unlawful Mischief 8/14/2004
  • Prohibited Act  9/8/2004
  • 2nd Degree Domestic Assault and Lewd and Lascivious not guilty and Unlawful Restraint  dismissed - 9/14/04
  • Sexual Assault (alleged victim under 16)  1/19/2006
  • Domestic Assault  4/27/2006
  • 2nd Degree Domestic Assault 5/9/2006
  • Assault and Robbery 12/14/2006
  • Sexual Assault 3/17/2007
  • Lewd and Lascivious, hung jury Obstruction of Justice 2/4/2008
  • Simple Assault 5/30/2008
  • Aggravated Assault with a Weapon 6/30/2008
  • 1 Count of Unlawful Restraint of 5 total counts 1/22/2009
  • 1st Degree Aggravated Domestic Assault  3/10/2009
  • 5 Counts of Reckless Endangerment 5/25/2009
  • 2 Counts of Sexual Assault Aggravated/Repeated  Under 16, hung jury, 6/24/2009

Charged with a Felony?

If you believe you are going to be charged with a felony or have already been charged we highly recommend you call us immediately.  Felony charges carry  heavy consequences and you need to have your rights protected.  Our criminal defense attorneys have a significant amount of experience working on sexual assault, attempted murder and murder (1st and 2nd degree), serious assaults, burglary, kidnapping, negligent operation with death resulting, and many other serious criminal charges.  Resolution of felony cases often involve supervision from probation and parole, programming consequences and worst of all jail.  If you want to ensure that you are protected from the most severe consequences of your charge, quality criminal defense attorneys are a must.  We can support you in your interests regardless of your intent to work toward a plea agreement or to go to trial.