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Daniel Gross

Daniel Gross

  • Criminal Law, DUI & DWI
  • District of Columbia, Massachusetts, South Carolina
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H. S. February 1, 2023
Wasted Money Thousands of dollars in the drain and all I got was a half cocked divorce agreement with someone else’s name (who is Shanda?) impossible to get a response from without threats of ceasing the relationship or addressing it through my bank. It took him two months to forward my request for my retainer to their billing department and that’s after following up AGAIN asking for an update. Dan doesn’t seem to know where he is or what day it is and promises clients things he cannot follow through on. Don’t waste your time on someone who can’t even bother to put the correct name in his template before he sends it to you. You certainly won’t be able to count on him to follow the correct procedure for handling millions of dollars in alimony agreements. Go with absolutely anyone else.
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Practice Areas
Criminal Law
Criminal Appeals, Drug Crimes, Expungement, Fraud, Gun Crimes, Internet Crimes, Sex Crimes, Theft, Violent Crimes
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Jurisdictions Admitted to Practice
District of Columbia
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South Carolina
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New England Law | Boston
J.D. | Law
Honors: Dean's List
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Pennsylvania State University - University Park
B.A. (2001) | International Politics
Honors: Dean's List
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CALI - Clinical Evidence - Highest Grade
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Professional Associations
National College for DUI Defense
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DC Bar Association
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American Inns of Court
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South Carolina State Bar
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NHTSA Certificate of Training in DWI Detection and Administration of Standardized Field Sobriety Tests
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16 Questions Answered
Q. How does the news media affect a defendant's right to an impartial jury?
A: There is no doubt that people tend to believe much of what they hear in the media. In the case of a high-profile case, it is very important to find out of prospective jurors have heard anything about the case, or formed any opinions. This is part of the voir dire process which basically means to speak the truth.
Q. Can the police pull me over for making a u-turn when I am in line for a checkpoint?
A: I assume that you are talking about a sobriety checkpoint, and not the police looking for a suspect. Generally speaking, choosing not to enter a checkpoint should not give the police sufficient probable to stop you if the u-turn is a legal maneuver. However, in reality, you will probably be stopped. The police may follow you until to you commit some minor moving violation, of which there are many, and pull you over for that. It is best not to drink and drive. However, if you have been stopped for making a U turn, contact an attorney immediately.
Q. Can an inmate receive statutory good time on a probation service
A: If you are referring to probation as a sentence in a criminal case, probation is generally treated as a contract that the defendant agrees to in order to avoid going to jail. For this reason, you are basically asked to live up to the terms agreed upon.
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1629 K Street NW
Suite 300
Washington, DC 20006
Telephone: (202) 596-5716
Fax: (202) 747-2951
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