Daniel Marks is a native Arkansan who grew up in Little Rock. After graduating from Catholic High School in 2000, he attended Saint Louis University in St. Louis, Missouri, receiving his Bachelor of Arts degree. Shortly after graduation, he returned to Little Rock and began working with the court system.
Daniel worked with various courts around the state procuring grants for diversion programs, particularly with juvenile courts. Additionally, he worked in the Jefferson County Judge’s Office writing legislation. These various life experiences brings a well-rounded perspective to his law practice and significantly helps his ability to get positive results for his clients.
In 2016, he decided to enroll in law school at the University of Arkansas – Little Rock, Bowen School of Law. Daniel attended the part-time night program while working full-time to support his family with three children.
Daniel demonstrates the work ethic he maintained in law school through his zealous and tireless representation of his clients. Primarily focusing on criminal defense, he has handled thousands of hearings, argued countless motions, and has had great success in both bench and jury trials all over the State of Arkansas. He is a member of the Arkansas Association of Criminal Defense Lawyers and the Judge Henry Woods American Inn of Court.
Daniel resides in Central Arkansas with his wife, Courtney, and three young children, Conley, Olivia, and Aiden