Daniel Hilf is a top rated, award winning, lawyer with over 20 years of experience inside and outside the courtroom. He is a partner in the widely respected law firm of Hilf & Hilf, PLC, specializing in the areas of criminal defense, traffic tickets, and immigration law. Daniel HIlf has tried over 100 jury trials in his legal career, and serves as a mentor to other attorneys.
- Criminal Law
- Traffic Tickets
- DUI & DWI
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- United States District Court for Eastern District of Michigan
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- Michigan State University
- J.D. (1996)
- University of Michigan - Ann Arbor
- B.A. (1991)
- Top 100 Trial Lawyer
- National Trial Lawyers
- 2013 Top 10 Attorney
- National Academy of Criminal Defense Attorneys
- 10.0 Superb Lawyer
- Top 100 Lawyer
- American Society of Legal Advocates
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17 February 2020
- Q. Can you drop chargers domestic violence
- A: In most jurisdictions, no. It is up to the State/local prosecutor to decide if a charge is pursued against an individual, even if the victim does not want to pursue any type of charges.
- Q. What is the punishment if a inmate of a county jail is taken to the hospital for surgery cuts tether off and escapes
- A: Escape from jail can be charged as a 2 year maximum felony. Consecutive sentencing applies.
- Q. Can winning a civil case be used to overturn a criminal conviction?
- A: Depending upon the facts and circumstances, it could potentially form the basis for appellate relief (if an appeal is still available) or a motion for relief from judgment. You should consult with an appellate lawyer to see what, if any, potential grounds for relief are available.