Stephanie Lee Ehrbright is an experienced Criminal Defense, Mental Health Law, and Family Law Lawyer in Phoenix, Arizona and holds the license to appear before the Arizona State Courts as well as Federal Courts in the District of Arizona since 2008.
The American Institute of Family Law Attorneys granted her the 10 Best Client Distinction Award in 2015. She defends individuals accused of crimes in cases ranging from class three Misdemeanors to class one Felonies.
In a noteworthy case, she got all charges dropped against a client charged with Murder. She also represents families, who are facing involvement of CPS in their lives, and juveniles in Juvenile Court when they face arrest as well as all types of clients in Family law cases including Divorce, Child Custody, and Paternity.
She also holds the memberships of the Women Criminal Lawyers and the Maricopa County Bar Association. She is the owner of the Law Offices of Stephanie Lee Ehrbright Esq, which she established in August 2011.
She believes in giving back to the community and involves in activities such as coaching at the Mock Trial program of the Metro Tech High School, which she is doing for several years. She also gives her time to speaking engagements such as being a panelist at Law4AZ’s Library Law Day and volunteering for AZFLSE’s Diversity Pipeline Project.
She serves as a Peer Support Counsel at the AZ State Bar Peer Support Network since 2014 and helps other attorneys going through tough times. She also volunteers as a Mock Trial State & National Judge at the Arizona Foundation for Legal Services & Education since 2008.
Stephanie L. Ehrbright has also volunteered to help pro se litigants argue their cases in front of the Arizona Court of Appeals Division One. She has received certification in SARTEC II from the National Association for Search and Rescue (NASAR). She is a former member of the Pinal County Sheriff Department’s Search and Rescue Posse that routinely rescues lost and injured hikers in the Superstition Mountains as well as other locations throughout the County.
In 2004, she completed her Bachelor of Arts in Psychology with dual minors in Race & Ethnic Studies and Philosophy from the University of Redlands based in Redlands, California. She earned a place on the Dean’s List every semester and received the membership of the Mortar Board National Honor Society and the Psi Chi National Psychology Honor Society while studying there.
She obtained her Juris Doctorate with honors in Criminal & International Law from the Pace University School of Law, White Plains, New York in 2007 while earning the Law Trustee Merit Scholarship for all three years.
Stephanie Ehrbright also earned Certifications in Advanced Case Law Research and the Westlaw Certification in Advanced Statutory Research from the Pace University School of Law.
While in law school, she worked as an intern at the Ninth Judicial District with the Honorable Robert E. Miller in his criminal, drug, family, divorce, and surrogate courts. She later interned with the Westchester County District Attorney’s Office.
She also competed in many Trial Advocacy Competitions and served as a Student Attorney in a Criminal Justice Clinic while representing several indigent clients charged with misdemeanors in the Bronx, New York.
She moved to Arizona in 2007 to be closer to her family and obtained the license to practice law in the state of Arizona in 2008.
She started working as a Criminal Defense Attorney with the law firm Barton & Associates and practiced criminal defense law in the Phoenix for the firm that had just started its Arizona branch until they signed over their criminal cases to Palmisano Law Firm.
Attorney Ehrbright worked with the Palmisano Law Firm and serviced clients in the Greater Phoenix Metropolitan Area in criminal defense cases. She defended misdemeanor as well as felony cases through all stages of the case including investigation, initial appearances, sentencing, and appeals. She worked with the firm for almost four years before starting her law office.
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