As an Assistant District Attorney in the Bronx District Attorney’s Office, Daniel took nearly 25 trials to verdict. He handled economic crime cases involving forged documents, money laundering, identity theft, credit card fraud, housing and mortgage fraud, and auto theft, among others.
Daniel was involved in negotiating resolutions to complicated matters involving confidential informants, large corporations, the elderly, and special victims; working with private and municipal entities to organize, direct, and execute multi-faceted investigations in areas including embezzlement and contractor fraud; and representing the District Attorney in courtroom litigation, arraignment proceedings, and post-trial sentencing. He was chosen by the District Attorney’s Office from more than 300 attorneys to be cross-designated as a Special Federal Prosecutor with the Southern District of New York in United States v. Rabinda Singh.
While attending Brooklyn School of Law, Daniel performed internships with the United States Attorney’s Office for the Eastern District of New York and the Kings County District Attorney’s Office Homicide Bureau. In addition, he was a recipient of the Judge Doris A. Thompson Award for Excellence in Trial Advocacy and Moot Court Honors Society.