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Dayliset Rielo

An attorney who truly cares

Dayliset Rielo

Dayliset Rielo

ABA

Dayliset was born in Santiago de Cuba, Cuba. She migrated to the United States with her family in 1995 and began working hard to learn the American Culture...

Dayliset Rielo

Dayliset Rielo

ABA

Due to her hard work and dedication, Dayliset achieved high success throughout her young academic career. The University of South Florida awarded Dayliset several scholarship opportunities...

Dayliset Rielo

Dayliset Rielo

ABA

Dayliset entered law school at Florida A&M University, College of Law. where she held several internship positions practicing various types of law, including, criminal defense, immigration, loan modification, personal injury, contracts, wills, and construction law.

Dayliset Rielo was born in Santiago de Cuba, Cuba. She migrated with her family to the United States in 1995, and began working to learn the American Culture. As a result of her hard work and dedication, she achieved high success throughout her young academic career.

Because of her academic achievements in high school, Dayliset was offered several scholarships by The University of South Florida; she took advantage of this opportunity and began her collegiate journey with a focus in Criminology.

Dedicated to her studies and on a fast track to complete her undergraduate degree, Dayliset transferred to Nova South Eastern University. While at Nova, she was the recipient of several scholarships, including N.S.U.’s Honor Award and an Athletic Scholarship for her participation in the Women’s Cross Country Team. Completing her undergraduate degree in three years, majoring in Legal Studies, Dayliset remained at Nova to later receive her Master’s in Business Administration.

Knowing her whole life that she wanted to be a Criminal Defense Attorney, Dayliset entered law school at Florida A&M University, College of Law. Therein, Dayliset held several internship positions practicing various types of law, including, criminal defense, immigration, loan modification, personal injury, contracts, wills, and construction law.

She also participated in a multitude of school organizations such as the Hispanic American Law Student Association, Phi Alpha Delta, Vice President of the Federalist Society and the Christian Legal Society. Moreover, she earned the highest-grade award in several classes, including Trial Advocacy and Interviewing & Negotiations, while maintaining in 2009 a spot on the Dean’s list for her academic performance.

After graduating from law school, Dayliset moved back to South Florida and opened The Rielo Law Firm in 2010. Because of her passion, dedication and hard work, the firm has proven and continues to be successful.

Now Dayliset focuses on the areas of Criminal Defense and Immigration Law. Dayliset’s passion for the law, ample experience, cultural background and dedicated work ethic, combined with her assertive nature, make her competent to provide aggressive legal representation. Dayliset's compassion for others will make you feel how much she truly cares from the moment she takes on your case.

When people think about bullying many imagine something like this: one child yelling at another to give up their lunch money. But the reality of bullying is very different and unfortunately much more severe. Did you know that over 70% of students report that bullying is a problem at their school? And that about one out of ten middle school kids drop out of or change schools due to bullying?

Broadly speaking bullying can be defined as unwanted, aggressive behavior that involves some kind of power imbalance. Bullying isn’t limited to physical abuse – verbal, emotional, and cyberbullying are also common in many schools. Although bullying is commonly associated with kids and adolescents it also impacts adults.

Helping a child through a bullying situation can be complicated and often requires collaboration between parents, kids, teachers, and school counselors. If you are concerned that your child is being bullied it is especially important to ask your child how their day at school went. Because some children feel embarrassed about being bullied, asking about this topic directly may not help you find an answer.
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Michael Brown, an unarmed black teenager, was shot and killed on August 9, 2014 by Darren Wilson, a white police officer. Several witnesses testified that Brown was running away from the officer when he was shot in the back. Following the shooting, protests spontaneously took place as people took to the streets to exercise their rights to peaceful protest, freedom of expression and association. Attorney Dayliset Rielo provided this commentary to Mundo Fox Television on the incident.