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Daniel Hogan was born in Ohio and raised outside of Chicago. Mr. Hogan moved to Florida following his graduation from the University of Illinois. After arriving in Florida, he taught high school for several years before attending law school at the University of Florida. As a teacher he honed his speaking skills, using stories to keep the attention of distracted students.

At UF Law, Mr. Hogan found his calling when he received “Best Advocate” at the school-wide mock trial competition. He went on to win the state-wide Chester Bedell mock trial competition and the nation-wide San Antonio mock trial competition. Following graduation in 2011, he joined the Public Defender’s office, where he would have the best opportunity to try cases. Mr. Hogan has handled thousands of criminal cases, and over a thousand felonies. He has sat first chair on over forty trials, including armed robbery, homicide and capital sexual battery. He was the Chief Assistant Public Defender of Gadsden and Liberty counties before moving to the Capital Crimes division where he handled exclusively first degree murder cases. Although a skilled litigator, Daniel also brings a wealth of experience negotiating and seeking creative solutions to resolving cases.

Daniel lives in Tallahassee with his wife and fellow attorney, Kimmy, and their two boys, Harrison and Theo. In his spare time he enjoys reading, playing guitar, and cooking.

  • Bachelor of Arts, University of Illinois, Champaign-Urbana
  •  Juris Doctor, University of Florida, Levin College of Law

  • Tallahassee Bar Association

Bar & Court Admissions
  • The Florida Bar, 2011

  • United State District Court, Northern District of Florida, 2021

Practice Areas
  • Criminal Law

  • Personal Injury

  • Business and Commercial Law