Recently I sat in on a trial conducted by Dale involving some complex legal issues pertaining to a wrongful foreclosure against his client. I say the trial was "conducted by Dale" because he was clearly the one attorney in command of the issues and was serving as both an advocate for his client and a de facto foreclosure law guide to an intelligent judge. The opposing counsel responded to Dale's compelling reasoning and creative analogies by essentially ignoring them and repeating, like a mantra, a single flawed and inflexible argument, a strategy that had likely succeeded in the past, as probably few attorneys have Dale's grasp of foreclosure law. My sense of the progression of the trial: Dale captured the court's attention when it was discovered his arguments were the most interesting, and he retained the court's attention when it became clear that they made the most sense. Dale seems to appreciate that people and judges generally prefer their journey to truth to be an engaging one.
Micah Rains Appeals Attorney
Relationship: Worked together on matter
I endorse this lawyer. Dale is a brilliant lawyer. We have worked together on several cases. He has the ability to identify and evaluate issues early on in a case and he truly cares about his clients. I highly recommend Dale, he is a very very good litigator.
Scott Pettit Personal Injury Attorney
Relationship: Fellow lawyer in community