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Anabelle Dias has been a practicing attorney in the state of Florida since 1998. She currently handles criminal and family law cases. Anabelle is fluent in French, and also somewhat conversant in both Spanish and Portugese. She has lived in several countries which has given her an amazing ability to work with diverse backgrounds and make everyone feel comfortable in her presence.
Early in her career Anabelle worked for five years as an attorney in the felony division of the Leon County Public Defender’s Office. She is aggressive and very compassionate when it comes to representing her clients. Anabelle has extensive trial experience and works well with Offices of the State Attorney to receive the best results possible for her clients. She has experience in all areas of criminal law.
Anabelle is very active in the community through academics and civic measures. She has worked as an adjunct instructor at Tallahassee Community College, teaching various undergraduate legal classes. Anabelle was also very involved in aiding the victims of Hurricane Katrina. She collected both monetary donations, and many other needed items, and worked with others to personally deliver the items to our neighbors in need.
Anabelle believes that communication is the keystone to quality representation of clients. She strives to keep all avenues of communication open to collect information about a client’s case and all possible options as they proceed through the judicial process. Anabelle goes out of her way to accommodate client’s schedules and their special needs. Anabelle provides quality, compassionate and reasonable legal representation.
Adam was born and raised in Pensacola, Florida, and is the newest associate with Anabelle Dias P.A. Adam has handled thousands of criminal cases since being licensed to practice law in the State of Florida and the Northern District of Florida Federal Bar.
Adam attended the University of West Florida where he made multiple appearances on the Presidents' and Deans' lists. Adam was very involved in students affairs at the University of West Florida -he served as the President of Phi Alpha Delta, an international pre-law fraternity, and was also a member of Gamma Beta Phi, an honors fraternity. Adam was also an Associate Justice with the Student Government Association at UWF. Adam was a founding member of the very first mock trial team from UWF, which was formed by Adam and his friends. Adam's mock trial team competed nationally two years in a row before he graduated and moved on to law school.
Adam obtained his law degree at Thomas M. Cooley School of Law in Lansing, MI, where he was admitted as an Honors Scholar. After graduating, Adam accepted a job with the Public Defender to gain trial experience. Adam's aggressive courtroom demeanor was quickly recognized by a private law firm where he later accepted a job. Adam has handled every type of criminal case, ranging from petit theft to first degree murder. Adam is passionate about DUI defense, and is one of only 3 attorneys in the entire nation who has been granted access to the Source Code for the Intoxilyzer 8000, Florida's official forensic breath test machine, at CMI's headquarters in Owensboro, Kentucky. Adam is a member of the Florida Association of Criminal Defense Lawyers, an organization which published an article Adam authored about the Intoxilyzer 8000. Adam, like his co-workers, feels fortunate to have achieved some amazing wins for his clients over the years.