Daniel P Daly
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Daniel P Daly

1380 Main Street, Suite 407
Springfield, MA 01103

Phone: 413-241-7881

Website: http://www.dandalylaw.com

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About Daniel P Daly

Attorney Daly is originally from the West Roxbury neighborhood of Boston but now resides in Western MA where his practice focuses largely on criminal defense with a concentration in OUI/DWI/DUI cases and related traffic offenses. HIs background includes serving as an Assistant District Attorney in Boston and Springfield MA as well as an Assistant Attorney General in Washington, DC. Additionally, he worked at a large international insurance defense firm where he defended attorneys and medical professionals against legal and medical malpractice claims respectively. As a former Boston Police Officer, he is one of the only attorneys in MA who was certified AS A POLICE OFFICER in the administration of standardized field sobriety testing.


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