Judicial & Legal Experience
Dan Maisano was first elected to the judiciary and assumed his first judicial duties in January of 1994. During his tenure as a judge, his court has docketed and processed approximately 5,000 cases per year and over 100,000 cases in total, routinely collecting over $600,000 +/- per year in fines and costs.
Dan was admitted to the Pennsylvania Bar in August of 1979. As an attorney, he was a sole practitioner for many years handling a variety of cases, including personal injury, divorce, custody, support, wills, estates, criminal defense, real estate, business buy/sell agreements & business incorporation. He’s tried cases in both State and Federal Court and tried both civil and criminal jury and non-jury cases. He’s currently a partner in the Lyons Dougherty Law Firm in Chadds Ford.
In addition to the Pennsylvania Bar, Dan has been admitted to the U.S. Supreme Court, the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Third Circuit and the U.S. District Court for the Eastern District of Pennsylvania.
Dan has served as Secretary, Vice President and President of the Chester County Special Court Judges Association and President of District 11 of the Special Court Judges Association of PA. He’s a member of the PA Bar Association and the Chester County Bar Association and previously a member of the American Bar Association and the Justinian Society of Philadelphia.
SUPPORT & ELECT DAN MAISANO
22 years of judicial experience
22 years of verifiable judicial demeanor
Winner of 4 judicial elections, winning both the Democratic and Republican primaries in each each election, thus proving he is electable and electable across party lines
39+ years experience in the law
Active member of the community supporting numerous non-profit and charitable causes
Recognized as running one of the best District Courts in Chester County
Independent & Impartial
Judging fairly & impartially for 22 years.
“It is not within the purview of the judiciary to legislate. Judges should adjudicate and allow the legislature to pass legislation. Judges, as fact finders, should determine the facts, apply those facts to the law as intended by the lawmakers, as reasonably construed and without regard to personal opinion.”
for Court of Common Pleas,
Chester County, PA
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873 E. Baltimore Pike, Ste 214
Kennett Square, PA 19348
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