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I'm not sure if i would recommend Attorney Dalan yet. I still have not seen any results so I cannot fairly rate Attorney Dalan. I'm not sure how many clients Attorney Dalan has. I know my son hired her two weeks ago and is still waiting for a court date to get scheduled so he can try to get his visitation with his daughter back. This is heart breaking. His visitation rights were wrongfully taken away from him. If I were educated in law I would have been on the case immediately especially since I already received my retainer fee!
Quinn took my case, even though she wasn't at the time familiar with the area of law concerned. She quickly became familiar with it, enough to provide me with solid legal support and representation, and to ultimately win my case. She was up against a flank of high profile lawyers with years of experience in that area of law, and didn't flinch or lack confidence in any way. She prepared an excellent case with clear case law, used her knowledge and trial experience, and saved my life. She cared about my case, and kept in touch with me despite a busy schedule. If she couldn't call back right away, I always knew she would as soon as she could, and I knew I could call or email and she would respond. I can't recommend her highly enough. She is a high quality, ethical and able attorney.
I got transferred to her from grant county public defense when my attourney got sick an resigned. I called every day for 25 days and got 1 call back after making a complaint to the director of public defense! She didn't do anything for me at all! And when we did go to court she didn't even realize that my case had been called and that I was even there. I was standing in the defendants spot and the judge asked me where my attourney was and who it was. I said Quinn Rosborough and he called her attention to the stand and re read the case info. Luckily the prosecutor motioned for dismissal that day. Rosborough had no clue what was going on!