Dan Bibb began his career as an Assistant District Attorney in the New York County District Attorney’s Office in 1982 under legendary District Attorney, Robert M. Morgenthau. During his career at the DA’s Office Dan investigated and tried some of that Office’s most high profile matters, including criminal activity ranging from commercial fraud to homicide. In addition, while at the DA’s Office Dan was personally responsible for the development of new evidence in the so-called Palladium homicide that led to the exoneration of the two people convicted of the crime and the prosecution of the real perpetrators. Dan led the investigation and prosecution of a precedent setting homicide case in which a doctor murdered his wife and disposed of the body. Dan was appointed Senior Trial Counsel and as a result of his many of his high profile investigations, prosecutions and convictions received extensive media attention. When he retired from the DA’s Office, Dan was Unit Chief of the Cold Case Homicide Unit. A number of the investigations and prosecutions Dan handled were the subjects of full length non-fiction books.
Dan left the DA’s Office in 2006 after an illustrious 24 year career. In February 2006, Dan joined the White Collar Criminal Defense and Internal Investigations Groups of an AmLaw 200 law firm concentrating exclusively on the defense of individuals and business entities charged with crimes or under investigation by federal, state or local law enforcement authorities in New York and New Jersey. After spending two years at a big firm, Dan struck out on his own as a solo practitioner and continues to represent people and business entities involved in criminal investigations. As a prosecutor and defense attorney Dan has tried over 120 criminal matters to verdict. He is well respected by his colleagues in the defense bar, the bench and prosecutors’ offices. If Dan cannot negotiate a disposition that is satisfactory to his clients, he has 31 years of experience and the skill and savvy to give his clients a fighting chance in the courtroom.
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