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Carol Lamoureux


Carol Lamoureux received her undergraduate degree from Arizona State University and her law degree from the University of Arizona. After graduation, Carol served as a clerk to the Honorable Christopher P. Staring of the Pima County Superior Court and went on to serve as clerk to the Honorable Phillip G. Espinosa of the Arizona Court of Appeals. Carol’s focus is on criminal appeals, post-conviction relief cases, and complex motion practice. She is passionate about written advocacy and unravelling complex legal issues.



Arizona State University, B.A., 2009
University of Arizona, J.D., 2013


Arizona, 2014
District of Arizona, 2017
Ninth Circuit Court of Appeals, 2018


State v. Murray, 2021 WL 1035034 (Ariz. Mar. 18, 2021)
United States v. Voris, 964 F.3d 864 (9th Cir. 2020)
State v. Murray, 247 Ariz. 583 (App. 2019)
United States v. Carpenter et al., 923 F.3d 1172 (9th Cir. 2019)
State v. Reed, 258 Ariz. 72 (2020)
Crosby-Garbotz, 246 Ariz. 54 (2019)
State. Francis, 243 Ariz. 434 (2018)


Arizona Attorneys for Criminal Justice
Arizona Attorneys for Criminal Justice, Amicus and Rules Committee Member
National Association of Criminal Defense Lawyers


Presidential Commendation, Arizona Attorneys for Criminal Justice (2020)

Regarding COVID-19:

We are still operating full-time to protect our clients and ensure their rights are protected during the current health crisis.  New clients are welcome to contact our office by phone at (520) 882-8823 or submit a message through this website.  We will respond right away.

Our business hours remain the same, however, we are doing our best to limit any unnecessary in-person meetings.  Thus, to theextent practicable, client meetings will be held telephonically or via video-conference until further notice.  Our attorneys are, of course, always available to meet in-person (following social distancing guidelines) for sensitive matters.