Danielle is a former prosecutor who is passionate about advocating for the rights of those injured in Maryland. Her practice focuses on representing police officers, other first responders, and injured workers from across the state. During her free time, Danielle is an adventurer who loves to travel both near and far. She also enjoys cooking and relaxing by the Harbor with her fiancé and beloved bulldog, Shekel, a budding Instagram star.
Danielle has nearly a decade of experience as a trial lawyer. Prior to representing injured workers, Danielle represented the State of Maryland and advocated on behalf of victims of crimes as an Assistant State’s Attorney in Baltimore City. She prosecuted thousands of felony cases including firearm offenses, criminal gang cases, drug trafficking offenses, wiretap cases, and crimes of violence. At the end of her career with the City, she ran the Baltimore Community Intelligence Center, a real-time crime response center located within the Baltimore Police Department. Danielle graduated from the University of Maryland Francis King Carey School of Law in 2013. During her time as a prosecutor, Danielle learned valuable litigation and negotiation skills. Now, Danielle uses her experience as a trial lawyer to be a fierce and effective advocate for her clients.
Areas of Practice
- Workers’ Compensation
- University of Maryland Francis King Carey School of Law