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Dalia Dippolito Murder for Hire Retrial Begins This Week

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Dalia Dippolito Murder for Hire Retrial Begins This Week

The retrial of Dalia Dippolito for solicitation to commit murder commences with jury selection on Thursday, December 1, at Palm Beach County Courthouse, 205 N. Dixie Highway, W. Palm Beach, FL Courtroom 11-F, Honorable Glenn D. Kelley. The trial is expected to last 5-7 days.

Brian Claypool, Ms. Dippolito’s lead defense counsel, arrives in Florida Wednesday, November 30, and is available for interview during and post-trial.

Subject to certain restrictions, Ms. Dippolito may also be available for limited interview before trial and more extensive interview post-trial verdict.

For more information, contact Mr. Claypool’s publicist Wendy Guarisco at wendy@guariscogroup.com or 404-354-6468.

BRIAN CLAYPOOL, Criminal Defense Attorney/Civil Rights Litigator

brian-claypoolAttorney Brian Claypool specializes in criminal defense and bringing claims on behalf of those whose rights have been violated through police brutality and/or excessive force, racial profiling, improper handling of investigation, sex abuse, and other claims against school districts, government entities, and law enforcement agencies and officers. No stranger to high profile cases, Brian currently serves as lead attorney in the retrial of Dalia Dippolito in her murder-for-hire case. He also represents the family of LaVoy Finicum, a rancher killed by Oregon State Police in January 2016, and will soon announce plans to sue the FBI and others for wrongful death on their behalf. Brian also served as lead attorney for 11 children and their families, winning a record $140 million settlement with the Miramonte Elementary School and Los Angeles School District. Other practice areas include criminal defense, wrongful death, personal injury and more. Brian appears regularly in the national media analyzing legal issues in the news.

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