A native of Dallas, Texas, Daniel Clancy began his career in The Dallas County District Attorney’s Office in 1992. During a 5 year term with the D.A.s office, Mr. Clancy tried hundreds of criminal cases ranging from D.W.I. to Capital Murder. He quickly established a reputation for being an excellent trial attorney with an advanced understanding of the rules of evidence and courtroom procedure.
Daniel Clancy, in 1999, was elected Judge of County Criminal Court #1 of Dallas County, and in 2005, Judge Clancy was appointed by Texas Governor Rick Perry to preside over one of Dallas County’s newest felony benches: Criminal District Court #6. For over 7 years, Judge Clancy presided over thousands of criminal cases.
In 2001, and in 2002, Judge Daniel Clancy was elected by the Dallas County Criminal Court Judges to serve as their Presiding Judge.
White Collar Crimes, Child Abuse Cases, Aggravated Robbery, Sexual Assault, Drug Offenses, D.W.I., and Capital Murder are all examples of the types of cases Mr. Clancy has tried and/or presided over.
Over twenty years in the Texas Criminal Justice System, as a Prosecutor, Judge, and Defense Attorney, give Daniel Clancy a unique perspective to criminal matters that few in Texas can claim.