Committed To Your Defense In Homicide Cases

Murder cases are some of the most technical and labor-intensive cases that a criminal defense attorney can take on. If you have been charged with homicide in Illinois, you need a lawyer on your side who has experience analyzing forensic evidence and poring through thousands of pages of discovery and police records to identify technical errors. You need an attorney who knows how to weaken the prosecution's case against you.

I am Daniel P. Dalton, and I founded my firm, Law Office of Daniel P. Dalton, P.C., in 2006. I have extensive experience handling violent crimes and murder cases. In fact, I have taken two first-degree murder cases to trial and obtained acquittals in both.

If you have been charged with murder, it is in your best interests to retain an attorney before you speak with police. Call me, Daniel P. Dalton, at 309-517-6495 for immediate representation. I can also be reached after hours on my mobile phone at 309-738-3945.

Exploiting Weaknesses In The Prosecution's Case

Each murder case is different. That is why I take the time to comb through your entire police record and discovery file to get a good understanding of the case the prosecution is building against you. As a former engineer, I have an eye for detail and can readily identify issues regarding evidence, police procedure and reliability of witnesses.

I frequently work with a former police officer who is now a criminal investigator to interview witnesses, develop new facts and scrutinize any DNA or physical evidence tied to your case. I will carefully examine your police record for violations of your rights and file motions to suppress evidence that was obtained illegally. If your case goes to trial, you can count on me for experienced and vigorous representation.

Schedule A Free Consultation With A Rock Island County and Henry County Involuntary Manslaughter Attorney

To discuss your case with an experienced Quad Cities homicide attorney in a free consultation, call me at 309-517-6495 or 309-517-6496 . You may also contact me online. If your matter is urgent and my office is closed, you may call me on my after-hours mobile at 309-738-3945.

During your free consultation, I will quote you a one-time, flat-rate retainer fee, which includes any work performed by my criminal investigator. I will never ask you to pay another penny throughout the duration of your case.