DUI, Criminal & Business Lawyer Tempe, Phoenix, AZ
If you're looking for an effective Arizona lawyer to represent you or your business, William L Morris is your lawyer. William is a powerful and tenacious trial lawyer and a smart business lawyer.
Criminal Defense Lawyer
When William decided to become a lawyer, he searched out the best law school in the country for training trial lawyers - and then graduated at the top of his class while also obtaining a Masters in Business Administration, Magna Cum Laude.
Prosecutors aren't very happy when they see they are going to face him because they know he's going to find and challenge every loophole in their case and that he's powerfully persuasive in front of a judge or jury. Click here to get details about the Criminal and DUI portions of our practice.
Business Formation and Consultation
Holding both a law degree and a Masters of Business Administration degree, William brings a broad background to the business side of his practice. His advice is always worth far more than it costs, and usually leads to new insights and ideas for your business.
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Your Initial Consultation is FREE.
We never charge for an initial phone consultation, and we offer convenient financing options for most cases. In addition, many types of cases are done on a flat fee so you don't have to worry about "runaway legal fees."
Talk to an Effective Lawyer now.
Call 480-630-3840. We answer our phone 24 hours a day. If you don't get through instantly, your message will be forwarded and we'll get right back to you. Or, you can use click here to send an instant email message to William L. Morris.
William Morris Philanthropy
Selected now two-years in row to be one of several volunteer attorneys to participate in the Kids to Court program organized and coordinated by and through The Honorable Mary H. Murguia, Judge of the United States Ninth Circuit Court of Appeals, along with ASU’s Sandra Day O’Connor School of Law.
Chosen to be one of just 12 attorneys in Maricopa County to volunteer and participate in the Elementary School Pipeline Program provided by the Arizona Foundation for Legal Services, wherein I will be involved in the curriculum design and implementation of fun and exciting ways to educate local 7th and 8th graders about our Nation’s legal system along with semester-long classroom instruction and expert assistance to local School Resource Officers in helping educate our youth about the various elements and importance of our legal system.