Meet the Defense Attorneys at Kirsch Daskas Law Group

When it comes to providing criminal defense, we at Kirsch Daskas Law Group think that it should be honest, ethical, and personal. Your criminal law, sexual assault, or child abuse defense case is important to us, and we are sincerely proud of and thrilled about our staff. Each member of our team will work hard to ensure that you are strongly defended throughout the entirety of the process. Clients who have been accused of other misdemeanors, felonies, and the family and educational concerns that come along with these accusations are vigorously defended by our legal team. The Kirsch Daskas Law Group can tailor a case strategy to meet your specific needs in order to get the outcomes you want. We have a combined legal knowledge that spans decades, so we are able to handle the intricate legal problems while you concentrate on the things that are most important.

Managing Partner/ Chief Criminal Litigator

Defending of adults and juveniles accused of wrongdoing. Specializing in cases involving children where multidisciplinary training in psychology, linguistics, forensic interviewing, suggestibility of children, child abuse, physical injury and the law is applied. Advocate for students at the K-12 and University level in disciplinary proceedings or educational support (IEP/ 504); criminal, expungement, protective services, and criminal proceedings across the State of Michigan.

Hannah E. Roberts graduated law school in 2020 with a concentration in litigation. Throughout law school, Hannah was actively involved. She was awarded the John D. Voelker award and the Leadership Achievement Award upon graduation. (she also received three certificates of merit). Hannah Interned at the William Booth Legal aid Clinic in Detroit and externed with Family Law Assistance Project in Auburn Hills as a student attorney handling her own caseload. Hannah also interned with Honorable Maureen M. McGinnis at 52-4 District Court in Troy. Hannah has a strong interest in Family Law and Criminal Defense.

Melissa Kliemann is a graduate of Central Michigan University (with a double-major in Psychology and English – Writing), and she earned her Juris Doctor from Wayne State University Law School in 2015. During law school, she was involved in numerous student organizations, including as Executive Editor of The Journal of Law in Society. In her first couple years of practice, Melissa focused on legal aid and no-fault auto insurance cases before transitioning to her preferred practice area of criminal defense in 2018. She served as a public defender in multiple Michigan counties from 2018 through 2023. Melissa has also interned for the Federal Defender Office, the Free Legal Aid Clinic (FLAC), and the American Civil Liberties Union (ACLU). She has a strong interest in criminal defense, juvenile cases, and education law.