Originally from Medellín, Colombia, Ms. Posada moved to the United States in 1999 and began pursuing her legal career to become a second generation attorney. While in law school, Ms. Posada worked tirelessly to achieve academic success, earning several performance based scholarships including the Horowitz Endowed Scholarship and Merit Scholarship. This dedication to academics allowed Ms. Posada to become a member of the Nova Law Review, as well as earn Dean’s List honors for all semesters.
During law school, Ms. Posada focused her efforts on assisting first year law students by working as a Teaching Assistant in the area of torts. Ms. Posada led weekly instructional sessions for students focused on reviewing and clarifying the necessary concepts to ensure that students successfully completed their courses. Additionally, Ms. Posada worked as a Research Assistant to Professor Heather Baxter, assisting in her publication related to the current indigent defense crisis.
Ms. Posada also interned at the Seventeenth Judicial Circuit Staff Attorneys Office, working in the area of criminal law reviewing complex legal issues and drafting judicial orders.
Following law school, Ms. Posada worked for in-house counsel to Chubb Limited, the world’s largest publicly traded property and casualty insurer. During her employment, Ms. Posada worked to defend Chubb Limited from claims in all areas of civil law, including general negligence claims, premises liability actions, and products liability.
After leaving her employment with in-house counsel to Chubb Limited, Ms. Posada began working for Lydecker-Diaz, a full-service AV-rated national law firm, with offices in both Miami and New York. During her time with Lydecker-Diaz, Ms. Posada handled claims filed against Citizens Property Insurance Corporation.
Regularly balancing a caseload in excess of sixty active files, Ms. Posada earned a reputation for being a dedicated and effective attorney in bringing cases to a successful resolution. Ms. Posada also proved to be a highly distinguished attorney in the courtroom, frequently arguing and winning motions in the Eleventh Judicial Circuit of Florida.
In 2016, Ms. Posada left Lydecker-Diaz to establish Posada Taddeo Dietiker, P.A. with the goal of focusing her career on assisting individuals in all aspects of criminal and civil law. Ms. Posada is able to leverage her corporate in-house and large firm experience to bring competent individualized and strategic representation to clients no matter how complex the issue.
Florida Bar Young Lawyers Division
National Association of Criminal Defense Lawyers
Magna Cum Laude
Magna Cum Laude
Middle District of Florida
Southern District of Florida
Aggravated Battery Criminal Defense
Assault Criminal Assault in Florida
Battery Criminal Battery in Florida
Battery on a Law Enforcement Officer
Battery on a Police Officer or Law Enforcement in Florida
Burglary in Florida
Carrying a Concealed Firearm In Florida
Conspiracy Criminal Conspiracy in Florida
Criminal Mischief in Florida
Cultivation of Cannabis in Florida Cultivation of Marijuana
Dealing in Stolen Property in Florida
Deportation Defense and Relief from Removal
Discharging Firearm in Public Defense
Driving Under the Influence in Florida
Drug Possession Charges in Florida
Drug Trafficking Defense Federal and Florida
Felony Battery Criminal Defense in Florida
First Offense Driving Under the Influence DUI in Florida
Grand Theft in Florida
Improper Exhibition of a Firearm Defense
Petit Theft in Florida
Possession of Burglary Tools in Florida
Possession of Cocaine in Florida
Possession of Drug Paraphernalia Criminal Defense in Florida
Possession of Marijuana in Florida
Resisting with Violence
Shooting or Throwing a Missile in Florida
Simple Assault Criminal Defense in Florida
State and Federal Criminal Defense
Trafficking in Cannabis Defense
Trafficking in Cocaine in Florida
Trafficking in Ecstasy, Molly, or MDMA in Florida
Trafficking in Hydrocodone in Florida
Trafficking in Methamphetamine in Florida
Trafficking in Oxycodone Defense
Violation of Probation
Weapons Charges and Firearm Charges in Florida
White Collar Crimes