Geherin Law Group, PLLC
Daniel T. Geherin is a board-certified trial attorney with over 20 years’ experience practicing criminal law. Mr. Geherin graduated with Honors from Michigan State University with a bachelor's degree in Humanities/Pre-Law, and graduated cum laude from law school at California Western in San Diego, CA. In law school, he was an Executive Editor of his school's Law Review and completed two internships with the San Diego County District Attorney's Office. Upon graduation, he joined the Los Angeles County District Attorney’s Office, where he prosecuted gang offenses, sexual assaults, major narcotics violations, juvenile delinquency, and complex white-collar criminal offenses.
As a private attorney, he has defended nearly every type of crime, including hundreds of criminal sexual conduct offenses, homicide cases, drug cases, domestic violence charges, embezzlement and fraud investigations, home invasion and theft offenses, and countless drunk driving violations. In all, Mr. Geherin has handled thousands of criminal and civil cases, juvenile actions, driver license restoration cases, and has completed over 200 criminal trials.
He is a member of the Federal Bar Association, the Michigan and California Bar Associations, and the Washtenaw County Bar Association, where he was Chairperson of the Criminal Law Section. He is a published author on topics including juvenile justice and defending college students charged with sex-offenses. He is a frequent lecturer and contributor to the Institute of Continuing Legal Education (ICLE), where he is on the Advisory Board for the Criminal Law Section.
Mr. Geherin focuses his trial-based practice on representing individuals in criminal defense, including defense of all felony and misdemeanor offenses; drunk driving defense; driver’s license restoration; juvenile justice, including defense of all juvenile delinquency actions civil litigation cases, including wrongful death and catastrophic injury claims resulting from automobile negligence; civil rights actions; and college discipline defense, including Title IX/OIE actions.