Attorney Profile

About Attorney Randall J. Craig

Mr. Craig has tried hundreds of major felony jury trials in the State of Arizona and is respected by prosecutors, judges, and other members of the legal system.
As a former prosecutor, Mr. Craig tried many high profile cases for the Maricopa County Attorney's Randall J. Craig, PLLC Office, and received numerous letters of commendation and awards. As a criminal defense lawyer, he has achieved one of the best trial records in the state. He appears in all courts and has even argued before the State of Arizona Court of Appeals. If you are in need of a trial lawyer who will research the issues, formulate a tight defense, and then aggressively defend your case, contact Attorney Craig today!

We are absolutely committed to giving you the best legal service possible, it is not uncommon for many of Mr. Craig's clients to win outright acquittals at trial. Having appeared on numerous television networks and being listed in Cambridge's Who's Who™ for outstanding professionals, our Mr. Craig holds a law degree from the University of Idaho College of Law and was a recipient of the Langroise Scholarship two years in a row, Mr. Craig was named to the dean's list for outstanding Randall Craig in High school “ 1977” academic achievement and awarded a clerkship to the Unites States Court of Appeals for the Ninth Circuit in San Francisco, California. Upon graduating from law school, he became the youngest vice president in the Office of General Counsel for Security Pacific Corporation in Los Angeles.

Attorney Craig was named the September 2013 Attorney of the Month by Attorney at Law Magazine . You can read the great article written about him by clicking here.

Mr. Craig also has the honor of being a member of the National Association of Criminal Defense Lawyers and was selected “Top Lawyer” for the Global Directory of Who’s Who. He is admitted to both the State Bar of Arizona and the United States Federal Court for the District of Arizona.

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