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Practice Areas

Criminal Defense
DUI & OWI
Theft, Burglary, and Robbery
Battery & Domestic Violence

What Makes a Great
Criminal Defense Lawyer?

There are four major traits that a successful and knowledgeable criminal defense attorney should have. First, they must not be afraid to go to trial. Dan litigates for his clients almost weekly, so experience in the courtroom gives you a comprehensive advantage.

Second, they must possess the ability to run a technical legal defense. When you work with Dan, he will listen to your story and implement the laws regarding your case. If a lawyer doesn't know how to analyze police reports or listen to what you have to say, they won't be able to apply the law to build a case in your favor.

Third, successful attorneys must be able to thoroughly investigate. Not every Indiana or Kentucky police officer will write a substantial police report. As a result, Dan will connect the dots to make sure every detail is included in the discovery of your case.

Fourth, they must know how to negotiate and build a relationship with judges and prosecutors. Because Attorney Dan Hancock has defended the criminally charged in Evansville and Henderson since 2002, he knows useful strategies that will greatly increase your right to a fair trial and a fair resolution.

Attentive

Through nearly two decades of experience with litigating criminal defense cases, Dan has defended many different criminal charges.

Intelligent

Don't let a false accusation take away your freedom. Let an experienced attorney be your advocate in the courtroom.

Efficient

If you live in Henderson, Kentucky, Evansville, Indiana, or the surrounding area, contact Dan today to schedule a free consultation.

Areas of Focus Within Criminal Defense

Through nearly two decades of experience with litigating criminal defense cases, Dan has defended many different criminal charges. His practice revolves around drunk driving, burglary or robbery, and battery or domestic violence charges.

If you've been accused of driving under the influence, you need a DUI and OWI attorney that knows the laws of driving behind the wheel while intoxicated. There is likely a defense strategy that can help you out.

Theft, burglary, and robbery charges have key differences. Theft is the act of stealing and may be paired with burglary or robbery. Burglary is intentionally entering a building without consent, while robbery means stealing property from someone by threatening or using force.

Battery and domestic violence charges are serious offenses that can result in lengthy jail sentences, hefty fines, and more. Dan has represented clients that have also been charged with sex offenses such as rape or molestation. Don't let a false accusation take away your freedom. Let an experienced attorney be your advocate in the courtroom.

Outside of these major practice areas, attorney Dan Hancock has an extensive background with drug offenses, murder, traffic violations, petitions to revoke probation, and expungements.

If you live in Henderson, Kentucky, Evansville, Indiana, or the surrounding area, contact Dan today to schedule a free consultation. He represents clients in Gibson, Warrick, Posey, Henderson, Union, Hopkins, and Webster Counties.