Phoenix Office
         845 North 6th Avenue
         Phoenix, AZ 85003
         Tel 602.344.0034
         Fax 602.344.0043
         Email JWillmott

About Willmott & Associates, PLC.
Not afraid to take on even the most difficult cases!

Jennifer Willmott has spent her entire legal career defending people's rights and freedoms.  She graduated cum laude with her undergraduate degree from the University of Arizona in 1992.  In 1995 she graduated from Arizona State University School of Law.  Immediately after graduating from law school, Ms. Willmott joined the Maricopa County Public Defender's Office.  By 2001, Ms. Willmott was supervising and training newer trial attorneys.

Ms. Willmott entered private practice in 2006 by joining Willmott & Associates, PLC.  As a trial attorney, Ms. Willmott has defended thousands of cases ranging from misdemeanor DUI charges to homicides, including the specialty work of death penalty cases.  She has successfully tried and won serious felony charges including, homicide, aggravated assault with a deadly weapon, sexual assault, kidnapping, auto theft, forgery, and drug possession.  In addition to her criminal defense practice, Ms. Willmott has taught hundreds of attorneys the skills needed to succeed in trial.  Many of the attorneys she has instructed are now well respected practicing attorneys.

Professional Activities:
  • Member of the Arizona State Bar
  • Member of Arizona Attorneys for Criminal Justice
  • Faculty Member of the APDA Annual Seminar
  • Former Faculty Member of MCPD Trial College

  • Areas of Practice
  • Death Penalty Cases
  • Homicides
  • Aggravated Assults
  • Sexual Assults
  • Kidnappings
  • Armed Robberies
  • Robberies
  • Burglaries
  • Thefts
  • Drug Sales
  • Drug Possessions
  • Forgeries
  • Traffic Crimes
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