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Mr. Younglove brought my son home to me. My son was facing along time in prison. He was compassionate and... more
Phoenix  Douglas S Younglove

Douglas Younglove

Phoenix, AZ Lawyer
Avvo rating 6.5
I had a post divorce matter where I needed legal representation. While I received an initial call back from... more
Phoenix  Eileen Sullivan

Eileen Sullivan

Phoenix, AZ Criminal Defense
Avvo rating 9.4
I hat two previous immigration attorneys before and none could help me. I was in trouble and needed someone... more
Phoenix  Elisa B Ross

Elisa Ross

Phoenix, AZ Immigration
Avvo rating 6.6
I strongly do NOT recommend Maria Jones mainly because her firm is not trustworthy. I Hired her approximately... more
Phoenix  Maria V Jones

Maria Jones

Phoenix, AZ Immigration
Avvo rating 6.4
My mom needed some immigration help and in looking for attorneys I made a special effort to find one where... more
Phoenix  Salvador Ongaro

Salvador Ongaro

Phoenix, AZ Immigration
Avvo rating 10.0
I encourage anyone with criminal legal issues to retain Mr. Storrs to represent them. My daughter was facing... more
Phoenix  Zachary Nathaniel Storrs

Zachary Storrs

Phoenix, AZ Criminal Defense
Avvo rating 10.0
Go elsewhere if you need an assertive, bold agressive attorney. He is wishy washy and does not keep the... more
Phoenix  Craig C Gillespie

Craig Gillespie

Phoenix, AZ DUI / DWI
Avvo rating 10.0
A friend referred me to Bret Royle after getting a DUI. I was dreading the arduous process, but Bret and his... more
Phoenix  Bret Andrew Royle

Bret Royle

Phoenix, AZ Criminal Defense
Avvo rating 9.4


practicing lawyers in Phoenix

The history of the Phoenix area begins with Hohokam civilization, which could have started there as early as 300 B.C.E. The first farmers of Phoenix, they built an impressively elaborate irrigation system in the Pueblo Grande before mysteriously disappearing a little over 500 years ago.

In addition to still using some of these canals, if legend is believed the citizens of Phoenix also owe their city's name to the Hohokam. According to legend, pioneer Darrell Duppa saw the ruins of the Hohokam people and, believing another civilization would be born from the remains, dubbed the city "Phoenix" after the mythical bird that rose from the ashes.