As a former Public Defender, Attorney Dalya Zalloum has successfully handled hundreds of criminal misdemeanor and felony cases, and will aggressively fight to ensure that your rights are protected.
During her time there, she developed a respectable reputation among prosecutors, and was able to achieve the best possible outcomes for her clients. As part of the Domestic Violence Unit, Attorney Zalloum fiercely defended those who had been accused. She also gained experience at the Federal Defender for the Middle District of Alabama — specifically, the Trial and Capital Habeas Unit — where she played an integral role in shedding light on the innocent individuals currently on death row. The experience led her to write about Alabama's death penalty scheme which will be published in the Alabama Civil Rights and Civil Liberties Law Review.
With expertise in appeals and appellate writing, Attorney Zalloum has successfully argued in the front of the Florida Supreme Court, and judges from the Eleventh Circuit Court of Appeals and Fifth District Court of Appeals. Such cases included pressing issues regarding Fourth Amendment Search and Seizure, Section 1983 Civil Rights for the maltreatment of prisoners, and Title IX for university failure to remediate the effects of sexual assault on college campuses. She’s also proven victorious after petitioning the state Governor for clemency and pardons for qualifying candidates.
Along with her extensive work in criminal defense with partner, Attorney Ralph Garcia, both have fought against big insurance companies — recovering substantial compensation for those whose claims have been denied. Attorney Zalloum has also represented individuals and families facing foreclosure to ensure they can keep their homes.
A fighter with passion for defending the rights of her clients, Attorney Zalloum has always maintained the belief that no state, insurance company, or bank is too big to take on. If you or a loved one are experiencing a legal issue and need assistance, do not settle. Call a fighter. Call Attorney Dalya Zalloum today at 407-978-6603.