No good thing ever happens in court. Most lawyers won't tell you this. When a new... more
No good thing ever happens in court. Most lawyers won't tell you this. When a new client comes to my office, I do everything in my power to convince them not to involve attorneys. I do not relish helping grownups fight over toys in a sandbox. If I am told, "It's the principal," I ask a prospective client please to articulate said principal. Nine times out of ten, they cannot do so. For t... view profile
Matthew Harrison is the founding member of Harrison Law and has been practicing law... more
Matthew Harrison is the founding member of Harrison Law and has been practicing law for 16 years. Prior to forming Harrison Law, Mr. Harrison was an attorney with a nationally-recognized surety, construction, and fidelity law firm in Phoenix, Arizona, where his practice focused on complex civil litigation. Previously Mr. Harrison was a Deputy County Attorney with the Maricopa County Attorney’s ... view profile
After working for a major litigation and medical malpractice firm, Mr. Jarvis became... more
After working for a major litigation and medical malpractice firm, Mr. Jarvis became a prosecutor for the City of Phoenix in 1992. He handled a wide variety of criminal and civil cases including DUI, sex crimes, drugs, assault, forfeitures, zoning, construction, trucking, and traffic. He wrote hundreds of motions, conducted hundreds of bench and jury trials, and handled many appeals to the high... view profile
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