Daigle Law Group is a leading law firm specializing in management consulting services in support and development of effective and constitutional policing practices.
Eric P. Daigle
Attorney Eric P. Daigle practices civil litigation in federal and state courts, with an emphasis on municipalities and public officials.
Tricia L. Koosa
Attorney Tricia L. Koosa practices civil litigation in federal and state courts, with an emphasis on municipalities and public officials.
Eric R. Atstupenas
Eric R. Atstupenas presently serves as the General Counsel for the Massachusetts Chiefs of Police Association.
Charles D. Reynolds
Chief Charles Reynolds (Ret.) has consulted on police organizational and management issues in 18 states and internationally during his law enforcement career.
Lawrence A. Terra
Attorney Lawrence A. Terra is a highly trained and professionally diverse law enforcement officer, admitted to legal practice in the State of Connecticut.
Joseph A. Race
Joseph A. Race is in the midst of a diverse career spanning over 20 years between the United States Marine Corps, private law practice and the Madison Police Department.
Captain Case has been involved in law enforcement since 1998, beginning his career with the Los Angeles Police Department and currently working for the Anchorage Police Department.
Captain Zawilinski recently retired as an Investigator for the CT Department of Corrections. He has been the agency’s subject matter expert on use of force.
Jennifer Fontanella collaborates with Attorney Daigle to coordinate staff functions, training courses, and plan training events with the Daigle Law Group team.
Chief Wilfong has 33-years of law enforcement experience. She served in the Jefferson County Sheriff’s Department, Kentucky State Police and the Jefferson County Police Department.
Attorney Mike Whalen retired from the Dennis, Massachusetts Police Department in 2014 following 38 years of service in four police agencies.
Among her most important accomplishments in the Puerto Rico Police Department is the creation of fourteen (14) Citizen Interaction Committees with the Puerto Rico Police
Jon Brighthaupt is a Correctional Consultant and Investigator following his retirement from the Connecticut Department of Correction at the rank of Warden, following 20 years of state service.
Mr. O'Leary's security and investigation experience spans more than 28 years having served in a variety of roles in the industry with increasing levels of responsibilities.