Attorney Daniel Nevins has a proven track record of success as a trial attorney in the Berks County Court of Common Pleas. Attorney Nevins has won not guilty verdicts in cases including 1st Degree Murder, Attempted Homicide, Aggravated Assault, Burglary, Possession with the Intents to Deliver Narcotics, Firearm Violations, Theft and Driving Under the Influence among others. Nevins has also successfully argued for the Suppression of Evidence based on illegal search and seizure in a variety of cases. In addition to a thriving private practice in Berk County, Nevins has a standing court appointment as "Conflict Counsel" in the Court of Common Pleas. Nevins is Capital Qualified under PA Rule of Criminal Procedure 801 to represent clients in Death Penalty cases.
Attorney Nevins provides top quality representation to clients charged with the most serious and violent crimes. Nevins also has broad experience representing individuals who have had little to no experience in the criminal justice system. Attorney Nevins has successfully defended hundreds upon hundreds of DUI cases in Berks County as well as misdemeanor assault, underage drinking violations and traffic offenses. Attorney Nevins takes pride in providing personalized service to all clients based on their legal needs as well as their unique personal circumstances. Nevins never shies away from the difficult cases and always strives to achieve the best result for the client.
A graduate of the Dickinson School of Law, Pennsylvania State University, Nevins has been practicing Criminal Defense in Berks County since 2005. Nevins serves the community as a Board Member with the Children's Home of Reading as well as the YMCA, Sinking Spring Branch. Nevins also coaches youth sports including basketball and baseball. Attorney Nevins is a member of the Pennsylvania Association of Criminal Defense Attorneys and the Berks County Bar Association where he co-Chairs the Lawyer Referral / Legal Aid Committee.