Dianne once represented a client who attacked someone with a samurai sword – all because of a dispute over a piece of Tupperware. Luckily, most of her cases since then have been much less … well, unusual.
She researched a situation regarding the city’s duty to pay sales tax on CAP water purchased to fill the Tempe Town Lake. Her research led her to conclude that the city didn’t have to pay the taxes, and she drafted a memo about her findings to then governor Janet Napolitano.
A graduate of Arizona State University College of Law, Dianne earned her Bachelor’s degree in Social and Behavioral Sciences from Seton Hall University, where she graduated cum laude with a minor in Criminal Justice.
She was a member of the Women’s Law Forum and participated in a pro bono legal project with the Essex County Public Defender’s Office that gave her the opportunity to assist in indigent criminal defense cases.
Dianne has also done commentary on Tru TV for the Jodi Arias trial and was on a Channel 12 segment about getting a client’s arson case dismissed. She’s published, too – her article called “The Right to Privacy and the Constitution” was in the Seton Hall Law Review.
Most importantly, Dianne takes her work to heart and approaches her cases from the vantage point of a single mom with kids. She knows what her family law clients are going through and can offer the sage advice of not just an experienced attorney, but also someone who has been there.
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