Kathleen N. Carey
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Kathleen N. Carey

Kathleen N. Carey Law Offices, PLC

90 S. Kyrene Road, Suite 1
Chandler, AZ 85226

Phone: 480-705-6688

Website: http://www.azduiatty.com

FacultyRegional CoordinatorState DelegateGeneral Member

About Kathleen N. Carey

Kathleen N. Carey – has defended those accused of a DUI for over 20 years with her first jury trial as a law student in a public defender clinic and was offered her first year as a DUI College member as one of the first public defender members in 2003. She is the Arizona State Delegate and has been involved in several state and nationwide projects that included coordinating the collection of officer interviews/ testimony; efforts to obtain intoxilyzer source code(s), and the attack on the Intoxilyzer 8000 and 9000 models as well as the testing of preservatives in grey top tubes years before the 2019 BDI FDA Recall. Ms. Carey is trained in FSTs, DRE and the use of GC-MS testing equipment. She is a (Spence) Trial Lawyer College graduate, sits as a Judge Pro Tem and is frequently listed as faculty in seminars, particularly in the area of DUI defense, Motor Vehicle Laws and collateral consequences surrounding the area of defending those accused of DUI. Ms. Carey was the first fully funded public defender lobbyist in the country, the Arizona NACDL Legislative Network member as well as the local affiliate’s Lobbyist and has assisted in the passage of numerous bills surrounding the area of criminal justice and protecting the right to a jury trial in Arizona. She participated in the statewide Derendal Task Force to preserve the inviolate right to jury trials in Arizona including submitting the Amicus Brief on behalf of the Maricopa County Public Defender. Ms. Carey became the first criminal defense attorney appointee by the House Speaker to the Arizona Sex Offender Guidelines Committee. She was also selected as the Arizona criminal defense attorney representative to attend the January 2010 Criminal Justice Symposium in Florida in the wake of the publication of the Report by the National Academy of Science, Strengthening Forensic Science in the United States, a Path Forward. Ms. Carey is currently a faculty member for the National College for DUI Defense and has attended and presented at the Summer Harvard Session as well as listed as Faculty in the 2020 Winter Session.

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