Greg Stoltz represents people accused of crimes throughout Pima county. Greg is licensed in the state courts of Arizona and Nevada (inactive), as well as the U.S. District Courts for Arizona and the Ninth Circuit Court of Appeals.
Greg’s career has focused primarily on litigation. He has experience presenting cases before administrative boards such as the Arizona State Board of Equalization, as well as Article III Courts, such as Pima County Justice Court, Pima County Superior Court, and Federal District Court for Arizona.
He developed his courtroom skill as a deputy prosecutor, where he conducted over 25 jury trials, 20 preliminary hearings, and 300 bench trials. Greg is a graduate of the University of Arizona, Rogers College of Law, where he received his JD in 2009.
He was a member of the Arizona Law Review as well as the Jewish Law Student’s Association, the Pace Moot Court Competition, and the Juvenile Detention Teaching Program. Prior to law school, Greg earned a Master’s Degree in Linguistic Anthropology in 2004.
From 2004 to 2006 Greg was a member of Teach for America – he taught science to underserved students at John McDonogh Sr. High School in New Orleans, LA. When he is not in the office, Greg can be found on his road bike or his motorcycles, competing in tactical shooting matches, or dancing the 2-step with his partner, Deborah.
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