After graduating from Michigan State University College of Law in 2014, Mr. Dagher-Margosian practiced law in Washtenaw County, exclusively handling criminal defense matters. Most recently, Mr. Dagher-Margosian was a trial attorney in the Lenawee County Public Defender Office. At the Lenawee PD Office, Mr. Dagher-Margosian navigated a demanding docket, handling over 750 cases in just over 2 ½ years. Mr. Dagher-Margosian received numerous not guilty jury verdicts, as well as favorable outcomes through motion practice and negotiation. In addition to practicing at the trial level, Mr. Dagher-Margosian has practiced at the appellate level, resulting in successful outcomes for his clients. He is licensed to practice in all Michigan jurisdictions and trial courts. Mr. Dagher-Margosian was born and raised in Ann Arbor, MI. Both his mother and father are criminal defense attorneys.
Mr. Dagher-Margosian graduated from Michigan State University in 2011, majoring in Psychology, and receiving a minor in Bioethics. Mr. Dagher-Margosian was a Dean’s List student and a member of National Honor Society in Psychology Psi Chi. After receiving his B.S., Mr. Dagher-Margosian continued his education at Michigan State University College of Law. During his time there, he was a member of the Middle Eastern Student Association (MESA).
Mr. Dagher-Margosian is an active member of the Criminal Defense Attorneys of Michigan (CDAM), as well as Gideon’s Promise. Both organizations are geared towards training criminal defense attorneys in all relevant areas. He has been a guest lecturer at the Washtenaw County “Constitution Day” program.