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
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- 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
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- Q. I’m on probation in Michigan & my work requires a lot of out of state travel. Can probation make me quit or find other ?
- A: A common condition of probation is to not leave the state without approval of the Court. If your probation officer is unwilling to allow for travel, it is recommended that you hire a lawyer to file a motion before the Judge assigned to your case to allow for travel.
- 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.