- What should the customer know about your pricing (e.g., discounts, fees)?
In criminal cases, my fees are bifurcated. This means I charge a flat fee to handle your case up to trial. If your case proceeds to trial, another flat fee will be charged. The advantage to the bifurcated flat-fee system is that you pay one fee, no matter the amount of work I put into your case. Moreover, you only pay for a trial if your case goes to trial. Trial is your decision. Thus, you have a large amount of control over the expense of your case. Most importantly, I offer affordable payment plans. I strive to work within your budget as I believe everyone deserves competent and experienced representation.
- What education and/or training do you have that relates to your work?
Advanced Roadside Impaired Driving Enforcement (ARIDE) Certificate 2014 General and DUI Preparation Training Certificate 2013 Arizona Forensics Science Academy Certificate 2015 Department of Corrections Training Certificate 2015 Gun Fighting in the Courtroom Certificate 2015 Arizona Prosecuting Attorney's Advisory Training Certificate 2015 Use of Force Training and Drills by Phoenix Police Department Certificate 2015 Arizona Prosecuting Attorney's Advisory Training Certificate 2014 Basic Trial Advocacy Certificate 2013 Prosecution Essentials- Maricopa County Attorney's Office Certificate 2013 University of Baltimore School of Law Law JD - Juris Doctor 2012 Brigham Young University Community Health Education BS - Bachelor of Science 2001
- What types of customers have you worked with?
I have worked with all types of clients. From people charged with simple traffic tickets to people charged with homicide. Moreover, I have had a wide range of clients including indigent clients, clients with mental health issues, and clients from high socioeconomic classes.