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A Queens native, Daniel Chu began his legal career as a prosecutor in his home county of Queens. After honing his investigative instincts and trial skills, he was recruited by a Wall Street law firm to apply his skills to civil litigation representing corporate clients. Since 2004, Mr. Chu has represented both individual and institutional clients in a wide range of legal matters. From tax evasion to mortgage fraud and narcotics trafficking to enterprise corruption -- he has successfully defended all of his wide ranging clients with an uncompromising attention to detail and aggressive representation.
Expertise through experience
Law Offices of Daniel D. Chu Founding Member, 2004 - present
First Department Disciplinary Committee Member, 2014 - present
St. John's University School of Law Adjunct Professor of Law, 2012 - present
New York City Civilian Complaint Review Board Chair, 2011 - 2014 Commissioner, 2008 - 2011
Stern & Montana, LLP Senior Associate, 2001 - 2004
Queens County District Attorney Assistant District Attorney, 1997 - 2001
Real experience. There is no substitute.
When your world has been turned upside down due to the arrest or investigation, you need to act fast but you also need to act smart. Choosing the right attorney is the key to navigating through the process and getting on the road to having your life back.
When nothing short of your livelihood, your future and your freedom are on the line, all options must be on the table. You need representation with real experience. Going the distance and going to trial should always be an option. With nearly 20 years of criminal trial experience, coupled with a unique knowledge of how the NYPD functions, there is no better choice than the Law Offices of Daniel D. Chu
Prosecutors have a job to do. They are paid to be suspicious and cynical. When the only tool you have is a hammer, everything starts looks like a nail. To a career prosecutor, everything can look indicative of criminality. Get the right advocate on your side and get on the path to exoneration.