Ms. Van Dyke's practice involves cases in both civil and criminal litigation. Her... more
Ms. Van Dyke's practice involves cases in both civil and criminal litigation. Her criminal practice covers cases dealing with a wide variety of criminal offenses, including drug offenses and conspiracies, DUIs, and assault. Her approach is to thoroughly investigate every aspect of the charged offense to determine the most successful strategy for attaining the best outcome for her clients. ... view profile
I grew up in a military family, moving often, until settling in Pensacola Florida... more
I grew up in a military family, moving often, until settling in Pensacola Florida for the majority of my youth. On September 18, 2001 I decided to join the Army. I completed my basic training at Ft. Benning Georgia and my military job training at Ft. Gordon Georgia. Following military school, I was stationed at Ft. Campbell Kentucky in 2002. While serving I was deployed to Iraq twice, once in 2... view profile
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