Daniel S. Castaneda was born and raised in Mexico City, Mexico. He has a Bachelors of Arts in Psychology, from Michigan State University, a Masters Degree in International Relations from Alliant International University and a Juris Doctorate Degree from Thomas Jefferson School of Law.
Since 2011 Daniel has represented hundreds of Latinos in immigration, criminal and civil matters. These include, people facing deportation, drug smuggling charges, unlicensed contractor suits and landlord tenant disputes. His experience in federal, state and appellate courts has given him the knowledge to adequately represent individuals facing difficult legal matters. Knowledge of the Spanish language and Latino cultural values helps him relate with his clients to provide representation they can understand.
If you find yourself in proceedings involving the Department of Homeland Security or Customs and Border Protection, Daniel S. Castaneda can provide experienced representation.
When charged with federal or state crimes it is important to understand your rights and have an attorney who can provide a strong defense.
Civil suits for fraud, breach of contract or landlord tenant claims require an aggressive defense to ensure that your personal and financial interests remain well protected.