Justin practices in the areas of Criminal Defense, Juvenile Dependency, and Family Law. He serves primarily in Pima and Cochise counties but is flexible as to other local areas. Justin has several years of trial experience in both criminal and juvenile court. He has over six years of criminal law experience working as a Deputy Public Defender and Prosecutor in Arizona as well as handling all the firm’s criminal law matters. Justin is skilled in handling all classes of felonies and misdemeanors, to include DUIs. He also served two years working as an Assistant Attorney General for Arizona.
Justin grew up on a small farm in Iowa. Upon graduating high school, he served four years in the United States Air Force as a loadmaster on a C-130 during the height of the Iraq and Afghanistan wars. He received numerous medals for his service and was honorably discharged. He received his undergraduate degree from Northern Arizona University in Administration of Justice. He graduated at the top of his law school class from Columbus School of Law and became the first lawyer in his family.
When Justin is not working, he enjoys working on DIY projects around his home, spending time with his twins, working on his GTO, and traveling. He is also skilled in building plastic model airplanes and cars.
Brian practices Employee Benefits, Family Law, and Juvenile Dependency law. He accepts cases in Cochise, Pima, and Santa Cruz counties. Brian worked for the U.S. Department of Labor, Employee Benefits Security Administration, for more than two years in employee benefits. After leaving the U.S. Department of Labor, Brian practiced juvenile dependency law as an Assistant Attorney General with the Arizona Attorney General’s Office for two years. Brian grew up in Toledo, Ohio, and lived there until going to college in Chicago. Brian lived in Chicago for the better part of eight years before moving to Tucson in 2018. Brian is a graduate of Loyola University Chicago with a Bachelor of Arts in History and Political Science. Brian attended Northwestern University Pritzker School of Law, and he successfully graduated in three years while simultaneously working as many as 60 hours per week. While in law school, Brian volunteered as an English teacher, a second language (ESL) tutor, and at an animal shelter. Brian also participated in several student organizations, including serving as an associate editor for the Journal of Criminal Law and Criminology and the head student admissions interviewer for Northwestern Law. Brian enjoys traveling, trying new restaurants, spending time with his cat, Cloud, and watching basketball in his free time.