Daniel Nelson Deasy now in my 25th year practicing law in the wonderful State of Colorado. I have spent all of those years in our courtrooms, traveling across the state to fight for clients in family law (divorce and post-divorce), personal injury, and minor criminal defense matters.
While courtroom work is something I love, working toward just resolutions in cases always comes first. At Ammarell Deasy, we pride ourselves in our ability to fashion resolutions that give our clients control of outcomes – outside of courtrooms.
As for me, there is very little that I have not encountered in the legal world, so if you need help dealing with anything, feel free to track me down to see if I can either give you the full service of our firm or steer you in the right direction.
When seeking legal counsel, “fit” matters. You need to make sure you have comfort and security working with your lawyer. I know that when people need attorneys, the circumstances usually aren’t the best.
At Ammarell Deasy, we work hard to meet your needs and give you timely guidance in challenging times. While we can never guarantee you a result, we can promise to do everything we can to deliver the outcome you seek!
When not in the office, I spend a great deal of time teaching. I travel around the nation teaching advocates how to stand up before judges and juries and “do it” the right way for the National Institute for Trial Advocacy (NITA).
In the last two years, I have been selected to serve as faculty for the American Bar Association’s Family Law Trial Advocacy Institute in Boulder, Colorado.
I have taught at the Colorado District Attorney’s Council, for the Colorado Defense Lawyers’ Association, the Denver City Attorney’s Office, the Colorado County Attorneys Association and for the Colorado Bar Association on multiple occasions. I think I have lectured on every aspect of courtroom work over the last ten years. I am also a past President of the Douglas/Elbert Bar Association.
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