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    Despite the near impossibility of overcoming the police testimony,
    a signed confession and a signed Miranda rights waiver,
    Daniel McGarrigle won the case with a unanimous jury acquittal.

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Reviews & Testimonials

 

Most Recent Review

“Dan is such a compassionate man he does his job and is the best there is I highly recommend him.” P. C. (January 15, 2016)

Review by a Former Client (Philadelphia County Case)

“If you need an aggressive lawyer, Dan is the guy for the job.” D. Dre (February 22, 2015) *Click here for the original review on The McGarrigle Law Firm Facebook page.

Review by a Lawyer

“Dan is a hard-charging, take-no-prisoners kind of lawyer who will move mountains for his clients. In front of a jury, few are more convincing.” Jay Hochberg

Review from a Former Client

“Finding yourself on the wrong side of the law can be a very scary experience. Daniel made the process clear and easy to understand. There was an incident that occurred during a trial date, the plaintiff attempted to harass me and Daniel intervened making it clear that the Attorney/ Client relationship was one of genuine concern for the welfare of his client! Daniel was able to see through the lies that were being told by plaintiff and used his defensive skills to expedite the case and get the charges dismissed. I would recommend his services to any and all who face criminal charges.” -Doreen

Review from an Expert Witness

“I worked with Attorney Daniel McGarrigle in my role as a forensic psychologist expert witness on one of the most difficult kinds of criminal cases, a coerced false confession case. The defendant was a young black man with a learning disability from a middle class family, who was picked up as a suspect while wearing a “hoodie,” forced into signing a false confession by police, and subsequently tried in front of an all white jury. Luckily the family had retained Daniel to defend their falsely accused son. Despite the near impossibility of overcoming the police testimony, a signed confession, and a signed Miranda rights waiver, Daniel McGarrigle won the case with a unanimous jury acquittal. I realized during the trial that in these types of cases the best attorneys are not from the biggest law firms, but the ones who truly understand “the system” such as cross-examining about police procedures, countering prosecutorial tactics, and demonstrating trial expertise to the trial judge and jury. Working with Daniel to protect a truly innocent defendant was one of the most rewarding experiences of my career.”

Glen Skoler, Ph.D. (expert witness)

ClinicalandForensicPsychology.com

*Each case is unique, and the outcome depends on the facts and circumstances. Any discussion of prior outcomes and results in past cases on this website is no guarantee of a similar outcome in current or future cases.