Zachary Gaeta

Zachary was born and raised in Chicago, IL and earned his law degree in Minnesota after obtaining his bachelors from the University of Georgia. Throughout his education, Zachary gravitated toward leadership roles as he served in various organizations, including a term as President of the Latino Law Student Association and as representative of his law school in the Uvaldo Herrera National Moot Court Competition founded by the Hispanic National Bar Association. During and after law school, Zachary worked with two prosecutor offices including the Clayton County Solicitor General’s Office in Jonesboro, Georgia. Zachary has prosecuted crimes and conducted jury trials for the State of Georgia. Zachary uses his unique prosecutor experience to help defend his clients and collaborates with Giovanni...

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Giovanni Diaz

Giovanni is a native of Marietta. He graduated from Kennesaw State University. His college experience was less about the classroom and more about experiential learning through expeditions to other countries such as Mexico, Guatemala, Belize, Bolivia, Peru, Venezuela, Colombia and Brazil. This “wandering” period allowed Giovanni to develop a unique and well-rounded world view by the time he obtained his law degree from Mississippi College School of Law in Jackson, Mississippi. As an attorney, Giovanni has handled hundreds of immigration deportation proceedings including master hearings, bond hearings, and Individual hearings. He has strong working relationships with immigration judges, ICE officers, and government attorneys which helps him get a favorable outcome for his clients.

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