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Administrative Actions and Hearings
Criminal charges can trigger a landslide of negative consequences. Beyond facing the outcome of their criminal case, those charged with a crime in…Read More
Appeals and Petitions for Post-Convictions Relief
If you’ve been convicted of a crime in Arizona you may be able to file an appeal or a petition for post-conviction relief…Read More
Domestic violence charges can lead to severe criminal penalties. Damage to your career and reputation often begin the moment an allegation is made.…Read More
Arizona takes a hard stance on drug crimes. Those accused of drug crimes in Phoenix and across the state can face harsh penalties…Read More
State crimes are handled in the various counties’ Superior Courts, Justice Courts, and City Courts. Federal crimes are tried in the District of…Read More
In the State of Arizona, minors under the age of 18 may be tried in juvenile court. The juvenile criminal court is separate…Read More
Murder & Homicide
Murder, manslaughter, and negligent homicide are serious criminal charges. In the State of Arizona, you can be charged with murder, manslaughter, or negligent…Read More
Orders of Protection
Orders of protection are meant to protect victims of abuse and harassment from further harm. In the State of Arizona, an order of…Read More
In Arizona, offenders can be sentenced to probation terms in lieu of jail or may enter the probation system following a jail term.…Read More
Property crimes are a broad category of criminal charges. Generally, property crimes involve the theft or destruction of property. Property crimes in Arizona…Read More
Restoration of Rights
In the State of Arizona, a criminal conviction can lead to classes, costs, and confinement - and that's just the beginning. A conviction…Read More
Accusations of a sex offense can lead to lifelong criminal and social penalties. If you've been accused of a sex crime it is…Read More
Crimes can leave many people devastated in their wake. Those facing accusations of a crime can often retain personal, high-powered defense representation. Those…Read More
White Collar Crimes
Traditionally, crimes fell into two categories: white-collar crimes and blue-collar crimes. Blue-collar crimes referred to street crimes which typically carried a degree of…Read More
Your Total Defense
Elizabeth represents clients charged with felonies, misdemeanors, and city code violations in all federal and state courts in Arizona. She also represents individuals under investigation who have not yet been charged with a crime, and those who have already been convicted and need to appeal an unjust conviction or restore their rights.
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Elizabeth Mullins is an exception to the legal profession. Having had experience with large law firms in several states, it can become frustrating and costly. Not the case here. Elizabeth stayed in contact with updated information and truly cared about us. In the courtroom, I wouldn't want anyone else. As a business owner, our goal is to obtain the best return on our investments. For me, this was the best investment I have made to date. Thank you Elizabeth, and continued success. Dan F.
Ms. Elizabeth Mullins is superb! She was able to do in 1 month, what my previous lawyer could not accomplish in 8 months! She made me
I met Elizabeth Mullins after the worst night of my life. I was stopped by police driving 69mph in a 35mph zone. Worst of all, 9 year
Elizabeth was very helpful and listened to what I had to say. She did a great job preparing for my case. She won my case and did it wi
MEET ELIZABETH MULLINS
Elizabeth Mullins has never worked as a prosecutor. She has practiced only criminal defense for her entire career.
When you need a defense attorney, hiring a former prosecutor may be a mistake. Prosecutors have been trained to believe violations of your constitutional rights are mere “technicalities.” Prosecutors are not inherently skeptical of police. In a word, prosecutors are part of the system. If you or a loved one is under investigation or has been charged with a crime, you can’t afford to simply trust the system.