Daniel A. Lyons

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Areas of Practice 1) Personal Injury, 2) Negligence, 3) Products Liability, 4) Criminal Law, 5) DUI/DWI, 6) Drug Offenses, 7) Assault and Battery, 8) Homicide, 9) White Collar Criminal Defense, 10) Pardons, 11) Motor Vehicle Suspension Hearings, 12) Education Law, 13) Commercial Real Estate and 14) Residential Real Estate
Education University of Connecticut (A.B., Economics, 1969);
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