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I found Daniel obtuse in his answers when he actually responded to one. This was a criminal case and a plea bargain was a very likely outcome but he did absolutely NOTHING to mitigate the charges, argue the facts of the case with the DA or do anything beyond the absolute minimum.
The case had a substantial amount of holes and inconsistencies in the evidence and he did ZERO to even try to reduce charges or time offered in the plea.
He is a prime example of why court appointed attorneys have a bad reputation.
I could go on but you get the idea
I would recommend this Lawyer to anyone with a criminal case. I had Doyle for a custody battle with the Department of Social Services, out of Whittensville, Mass. I was appointed to my case.
He never answered my calls, when the people whi had my son did not show up for scheduled visits he did nothing, I never heard from. I have been majoring in legal studies for the past year and now and only now did I find out that he should have never handled my case. i was Not a criminal. I have never been arrested for anything. Doyle was not responsive, he was not defensive, the only time we spoke was at the court house. When I tried to get a different lawyer it was a retired judge who said I should keep him. At the time I was seventeen and my son was three, now I am 30 and my son 12 I have not seen him since. Between DSS and Doyle my son was kept away from me, now I am a Deans List Student with all A's and have a desire for justice. I wonder what he would say if he saw me today.