Taken during a trip to Gifu, Japan (Photo by Joy Dawis)

What does he do?

He currently works as a Public Attorney assigned in the Special Drugs Court in the City of Baguio. Bulk of his workload involves representing clients who are embroiled in a legal dilemma due to their alleged involvement in the illegal drug trade.

He also handles Labor, Admin, and Civil cases for qualified indigents.

In line with his duty as a Public Attorney, he makes himself busy by attending to speaking engagements as Resource Person on chosen topics.Β  He also appeared in several episodes of “Oh My Grasya”, a segment of ABS-CBN Baguio’s then morning show – Naimbag nga Morning Kapamilya as a guest lawyer for legal concerns.


He is a graduate of Speech and Theater Arts at Silliman University, Dumaguete City and Juris Doctor at Saint Louis University, Baguio City.


He is a bible believing Christian.

Like his facebook page: dexterdiwas.com and follow him on twitter @dexterdiwas and on his instagram @getrealdexter.

Have a great one and thanks for dropping by!


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    1. Hi tweet Newscaster! πŸ™‚ Thanks for reading. πŸ™‚ I read your article and I noticed that you based your advise from R.A. 386. I will say that your advice to your reader is partially correct with regard to the fact that there is no legal impediment in marrying your second cousin.

      I just want to point out that we now have Executive Order No. 209 or The Family Code of The Philippines. Under the said code, incestuous marriage as defined in article 81 of R.A. 386 is now contained under article 38 of The Family COde of The Philippines which states: The following marriages shall be void from the beginning for reasons of public policy: (1) Between collateral blood relatives, whether legitimate or illegitimate, up to the fourth civil degree; (relatives up to first cousins) xxxx

      So, based on the provisions of the law e walang bawal kapag kinasal ka sa 2nd cousin mo. Except that medyo taboo lang dito sa Pinas pa. πŸ™‚

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