Faisal Ullah is an expert criminal trial lawyer in Arizona. He handles felony and misdemeanor cases in municipal courts, justice courts, and superior courts. He has also handled cases in federal court in Phoenix and Tucson.
He has successfully handled sex, drug, white-collar, forfeiture, and DUI cases at the trial level while working as a Deputy County Attorney. He has dealt with cases involving gangs, weapons, drug possession and trafficking, and complex multi-defendant matters.
While serving as an Assistant Attorney General in the Criminal Division of the Arizona Attorney General’s Office, he investigated as well as successfully prosecuted complex criminal cases in many counties across Arizona. The cases included health care fraud cases, white-collar matters, drug cases, and abuse cases victimizing the elderly or people with disabilities.
He also provided training to state and federal law enforcement officers in the areas of health care fraud and drug diversion involving medical professionals like doctors, nurses, pharmacists, and EMTs.
Serving as a public defender, he has represented indigent defendants in matters including misdemeanor, probation, mental health, and a variety of felony cases ranging from low-level felonies to first-degree murders.
He has acquired the membership of American Immigration Lawyers Association and has received an Advanced Certificate in Immigration Law. He volunteers with Lutheran Social Services to mentor and provides immigration assistance to various immigrant groups, including refugees. He continues to help immigrants through his discounted legal fees.
He has also obtained membership of the National Association of Criminal Defense Lawyers and the Arizona Attorneys for Criminal Justice. He speaks English, Spanish, Urdu, Punjabi, and Hindi languages.
He completed B.A. in Political Science and B.S. in Justice Studies from the Arizona State University. He obtained his Juris Doctorate from the Arizona State University College of Law. He obtained the license to practice law in Arizona in 2008.
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