Charles "Dan" Hancock is a Partner with the Hancock Law Firm in Little Rock, Arkansas.
Over the past ten years Mr. Hancock has focused his practice on Federal and State criminal trial practice and appellate advocacy. He also handles personal injury, domestic relations, and civil rights matters. Mr. Hancock has also represented clients before many State Boards and Agencies - including Arkansas Medical Board, Private Investigator Board, Pharmacy Board, Bail Bond Licensing Board, Department of Human Services, Arkansas state Board of Embalmers and Funeral Directors, and the Arkansas Psychology Board.
Mr. Hancock is licensed to practice in all Arkansas State and Federal Courts. Mr. Hancock is also licensed to practice before the United States Supreme Court. He grew up in White Hall, Arkansas, and spent six years in the United States Navy as an enlisted Hospital Corpsman. He received his undergraduate degree from the University of West Florida in Pensacola, Florida. Mr. Hancock received his Juris Doctorate from the William H. Bowen School of Law located in Little Rock, Arkansas.
Mr. Hancock is a member of the Arkansas Bar Association, the Pulaski and Lonoke County Bar. He is also a member of the Arkansas and National Associations of Criminal Defense Attorneys.
Alex R. Burgos is a graduate of UALR’s William H. Bowen School of Law. He has a diverse practice striving to provide his clients with the best possible defense, accurate legal advice, and efficient solutions to their legal needs.
During law school, Alex worked for the Public Defenders Office where he learned to handle all stages of a criminal case. He learned to analyze and understand the probable outcome of complex cases using knowledge of legal precedent as it relates to individual situations.
Most importantly, Alex understands that the manner in which the case is resolved greatly affects the lives of his clients and he diligently works to provide each of his clients with zealous representation.
Mr. Burgos speaks fluent English and Spanish.
Ms. Kiel was a tax attorney for one of the nation’s largest accounting firms when she was selected as a juror in an armed robbery case. The experience was so thrilling that Ms. Kiel left accounting to become a prosecutor. When family life brought her to Little Rock, Ms. Kiel served as a Deputy Public Defender for 11 years with more than five years experience exclusively defending Arkansans charged with serious, violent felonies. Ms. Kiel’s practice focuses on criminal trial practice and appellate advocacy.
Ms. Kiel is licensed to practice in all Arkansas State and Federal Courts, as well as all Texas and New York State courts. Ms. Kiel is also licensed to practice before the United States Supreme Court and multiple Federal Courts in both Texas and New York.
Ms. Kiel received her law degree from George Washington University Law School in Washington, D.C., after receiving her undergraduate degree in accounting from the University of Massachusetts at Amherst. In her spare time, she enjoys jogging and spending time with her three children.
Ms. Kiel is a member of the Arkansas Association of Criminal Defense Lawyers and the Harris County (Texas) Criminal Lawyers Association.