Shawn Hampis aformer criminal prosecutor and deputy county attorney having served in... more
Shawn Hampis aformer criminal prosecutor and deputy county attorney having served in the Mohave CountyAttorney's office havingpracticed in Mohave County and Northwestern Arizona for almost a decade. Mr. Hamphas been lead counsel in several criminaljury trials and has handled all types of criminal matters from juvenile, drug, dui, tohomicide court proceedings and has handled thousands of crimina... view profile
Matthew Lopez was born and raised in Phoenix, Arizona. He attended Arizona State... more
Matthew Lopez was born and raised in Phoenix, Arizona. He attended Arizona State University and received his undergraduate degree from the W.P. Carey School of Business. Matthew graduated at the top of his class and was recruited to work for a Fortune 500 Company. While in law school, Matthew was a Staff Editor of the Phoenix Law Review Journal and was a board member of the Hispanic Law Stude... view profile
In my practice I try to work as efficiently as possible for my clients. I believe... more
In my practice I try to work as efficiently as possible for my clients. I believe hard work and looking at cases from various different angles helps an attorney to better guide their clients through decision making processes. I am a zealous advocate and make an effort to achieve the best results possible for my clients.
Keith Knochel graduated summa cum laude from Illinois Wesleyan University in 1978... more
Keith Knochel graduated summa cum laude from Illinois Wesleyan University in 1978 and cum laude from Northwestern Law School in Chicago in 1982 where he was the Topics Editor of the Northwestern Journal of Criminal Law Criminology. He was thereafter the law clerk to Chief Justice Howard C. Ryan of the Illinois Supreme Court. He is licensed in Arizona, Nevada, California and Illinois has been p... view profile
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