Melissa Garscin is a criminal and DUI Attorney with more than 20 years of experience defending criminal cases in Colorado. Melissa started her law career as a trial attorney with the Colorado State Public Defender’s Office. Melissa’s criminal defense experience ranges from murder, assault, violations of the Colorado Organized Crime Control Act, sex crimes, DUI, domestic violence, drug cases and traffic violations. Melissa is an experienced litigator and trial attorney having tried more than 100 cases in different jurisdictions in Colorado.
In addition to her extensive courtroom experience, Melissa has earned a valuable spot in the community for her volunteering work as a member of the Juvenile Services Planning Committee in Jefferson County. For her contributions as a lecturer at the Brighton Chamber of Commerce Law Day. As well as, for participating as a guest lecturer at many schools in the area, including Golden High School, Brighton High School and Lukas Elementary School in Westminster.
Over the years, Melissa has earned the reputation as a tough litigator who zealously represents her clients while maintaining the highest degree of professionalism.
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Dalia D. Labrador
Se Habla Espanol! Dalia D. Labrador is an attorney who represents clients in the Denver, Colorado area. Dalia Labrador is recognized by peers and was selected as a Super Lawyer – Rising Star for 2022. This selection is based off of an evaluation of several indicators including peer recognition and professional achievement in legal practice.
Prior to joining GLaw Defense, Ms. Labrador worked for the Ryley Carlock & Applewhite law group. In a span of her law career, Ms. Labrador has settled and tried numerous cases for clients involving felonies and misdemeanor charges. Such as felony theft, DUI’s, DWAI’s, internet luring, sex assaults, hit & runs, careless driving, child abuse, reckless driving, etc.
Ms. Labrador has experience both on the State and Defense side. Ms. Labrador learned how prosecutors bring charges from her job at the Chicago Cook County State’s Attorney’s Office, which included time in both the Narcotics Unit and the First Municipal Branch. She learned how to craft defenses from her work at the Chicago-Kent Criminal Defense Clinic where she worked with renowned Chicago Criminal Defense Attorney Richard Kling. There, Ms. Labrador performed legal research and assisted in a diverse array of cases including racketeering, tax evasion, and homicide. And she learned how judges deliberate over cases from her externship with the Hon. Sidney Schenkier in the Northern District of Illinois.
Also during law school, Ms. Labrador participated in the trial team program and was published in the law school’s Journal of International and Comparative Law. Prior to graduating from law school, Ms. Labrador earned a BS in Finance from the University of South Florida and an MBA from University of San Pablo CEU in Madrid, Spain. She is also licensed to practice law in Illinois.
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Joseph F. Rosales III
Joseph F. Rosales III is a student attorney certified to practice law in Colorado under the Student Practice Act by the Colorado Supreme Court and the Attorney Regulation Counsel. Mr. Rosales graduated Magna Cum Laude from the University of Colorado Denver, majoring in psychology and sociology with a minor in behavioral and cognitive neuroscience. Currently, Mr. Rosales is a third year (3L) law student at the University of Denver Sturm College of Law.
While attending Denver Law, Mr. Rosales is on the executive board for the Latinx Law student Association and the Student Trial Lawyer Association. Furthermore, he is a staff editor for the Denver Journal of International Law and Policy and a graduate research assistant for Robert M. Hardaway. During his first year of law school, Mr. Rosales interned for the Colorado Public Defenders in the Denver Trial Office. During his second year of law school, he was a law clerk at Hernandez and Associates, where he observed trials, researched legal issues, and wrote motions for criminal cases ranging from traffic to first-degree murder cases.
Mr. Rosales has litigated cases in the criminal defense clinic at Denver Law, negotiating plea deals with various district attorney’s offices, arguing an identification suppression motion, and representing his clients during status conferences and arraignments. Presently, Mr. Rosales is a registered student attorney with the Office of Alternate Defense Counsel under the supervision of the attorneys at Glaw Defense.
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