Mr. Daniel received his undergraduate degree in Political Science from U.C. Irvine and then went on to acquire a J.D. from Chapman University – Fowler School of Law. While at Chapman, Mr. Daniel served as the Articles Editor for the Chapman Law Review and was the Vice President of ADR (Alternative Dispute Resolution) Board, as well as a member of the Trial Advocacy Team. Mr. Daniel won numerous awards for ADR and Trial Advocacy while at Chapman. Each of these experiences helped him fine-tune his skills in and out of the courtroom.
Upon graduating and passing the California State Bar exam, Mr. Daniel started out his legal career as a Deputy District Attorney with the Humboldt County DA’s Office. This experience helped him realize his true passion – criminal defense – and since then he has been vigorously defending the constitutional rights of criminal defendants.