Daniel A. Flores prides himself in achieving great results in tough cases and putting the DA to the test. Mr. Flores' tenacity has allowed him to successfully demand dismissals and achieve multiple Not Guilty verdicts at trial.
Mr. Flores, was born in San Francisco to Salvadoran immigrants. As he became an adult, Mr. Flores embraced his parents’ work ethic and drive to succeed. Not wasting any time, Mr. Flores left for the United States Marine Corps boot camp only two days after graduating high school. Upon completion of his military training, Mr. Flores began his studies at California State University at Sacramento. During college, Mr. Flores served on the board of the American Criminal Justice Association and was a member of the Criminal Justice Honor Society. Mr. Flores completed his college education in only two and a half years and obtained a Bachelor's degree in Criminal Justice in 1997. Upon graduating college, Mr. Flores received a scholarship to attend the University of Pacific, McGeorge School of Law. Mr. Flores went on to receive four additional scholarships and served as the president of the Latino Law Students Association and as a tutor in Real Property Law. Mr. Flores graduated law school "with distinction" in 2001 and successfully passed the California State Bar on his first attempt.
Mr. Flores began his legal career and gained valuable experience by working for several years at two state and nationwide law firms. Mr. Flores opened his own practice in 2005 to represent clients on a more personal level.
Mr. Flores enjoys practicing law in his hometown and places an emphasis on community involvement. Currently, Mr. Flores serves as General Counsel for Amigos de El Salvador, a non-profit organization that funds three orphanages in El Salvador. Mr. Flores is married with two children.