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Gemma helped us get out of a bad situation with a sketchy landlord. She was knowledgeable and very... more
Tucson  Gemma Elisabeth Fenimore

Gemma Fenimore

Tucson, AZ Intellectual Property
Avvo rating 5.2
In 2009, I was accused of a serious crime, and originally employed an attorney who charged us a flat rate.... more
Tucson  Steven P. Sherick

Steven Sherick

Tucson, AZ Criminal Defense
Avvo rating 10.0
You hear people say, “My doctor,” “my attorney,” “my son or daughter”, etc, etc. Each of these expressions... more
Tucson  Douglas Benjamin Levy

Douglas Levy

Tucson, AZ Personal Injury
Avvo rating 4.5
I was nervous to start a legal battle with our landlord over serious issues but I'm so glad I did. Gemma... more
Tucson  Gemma Elisabeth Fenimore

Gemma Fenimore

Tucson, AZ Intellectual Property
Avvo rating 5.2
The whole process of filing bankruptcy is self-defeating and stressful enough - yet how supportive was Chris... more
Tucson  Christopher H. Ariano

Christopher Ariano

Tucson, AZ DUI & DWI
Avvo rating 10.0
Janet was recommended to me by a friend. Thank God. I was able to speak to her and I didn't feel ashamed.... more
Tucson  Janet L Altschuler

Janet Altschuler

Tucson, AZ Criminal Defense
Avvo rating 9.8
Doug Levy is fantastic! His work ethic is highly impressive. He is not only enthusiastic, he's truly a... more
Tucson  Douglas Benjamin Levy

Douglas Levy

Tucson, AZ Personal Injury
Avvo rating 4.5
I had a slip and fall accident with a local restaurant and I had talked to several lawyers in Tucson (ranging... more
Tucson  Douglas Benjamin Levy

Douglas Levy

Tucson, AZ Personal Injury
Avvo rating 4.5

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Tucson is one of the oldest towns in the US. Although it only became part of the US in 1854, its history as a European and native settlement extend much further back in time.

Before being founded as a Spanish settlement in 1775, it was first a Native American village called "Stook-zone," which means "water at the foot of black mountain."

In fact, humans have lived continuously in the area for over 12,000 years. Perhaps not coincidentally, Tucson shines with 360 sunny days each year.