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I will be brief by saying that Mr. Jarvis immediately understood what I was asking him to do and the nature... more
Tucson  Todd Dean Jarvis

Todd Jarvis

Tucson, AZ Intellectual Property
Avvo rating 6.5
Nicci was always extremely helpful and accessible to me. She is very professional and easy to communicate... more
Tucson  S Nicole Hinderaker

S Hinderaker

Tucson, AZ Divorce & Separation
Avvo rating 7.6
I was desperately looking for an honest attorney because the matter at stake involved one of the most... more
Tucson  Sean C Chapman

Sean Chapman

Tucson, AZ White Collar Crime
Avvo rating 10.0
Mr. Kenney responded promptly to my search for an attorney. I have been trying for over a week to find... more
Tucson  Shaun P Kenney

Shaun Kenney

Tucson, AZ Family
Avvo rating 7.7
Mr. LaCroix was recommended not only in this site but by another attorney in the Tucson valley, too, a Mr.... more
Tucson  Patrick Philippe Lacroix

Patrick Lacroix

Tucson, AZ Family
Avvo rating 6.4
he was amazing!!! so nice so understanding made you feel comfortable during an extremely horrific time.... more
Tucson  Sheldon Lazarow

Sheldon Lazarow

Tucson, AZ Tax
Avvo rating 10.0
Mr, Judge rejected me due to in part of me telling him I would use him but called later on and explained to... more
Tucson  Jeffrey Paul Judge

Jeffrey Judge

Tucson, AZ Chapter 7 Bankruptcy
Avvo rating 6.6
I've contacted several lawyers....only three responded. One, basically emailed with his fee scale. Mr.... more
Tucson  Michael Garth Moore

Michael Moore

Tucson, AZ Civil Rights
Avvo rating 9.8

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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.