Criminal Defense Attorney | Serving Phoenix, AZ
Arizona Criminal Defense Attorneys
1747 E. Morten Ave., Suite 205
Phoenix, AZ 85020
The team of highly experienced attorneys at the law office of Gregg R. Woodnick, PLLC, defend and represent a wide variety of clients with a range of criminal and civil allegations. Attorney Woodnick works in sync with the other attorneys at the firm to get their clients justice, whether it's drug possession charges or allegations of child abuse. They believe many people are capable of reforming their lives and just need a second chance.
The goal at the firm is to provide clients with that second chance. The experienced, committed and driven attorneys at the firm work tirelessly on each of their client's cases and have years of experience in and out of the courtroom. If you are in need of an attorney, you can be confident that your needs will be handled in the most effective, efficient and understanding manner. They are attorneys you can trust!
If you need assistance in any of the following, the team at the law office of Gregg R. Woodnick, PLLC can help:
Call Attorney Gregg R. Woodnick today at 520-314-5450 or 928-275-2760 to arrange your initial consultation.
The law office of Gregg R. Woodnick, PLLC, serves clients in Phoenix, Tucson, Flagstaff, Sedona, Scottsdale, Mesa, Prescott, Maricopa County, Pima County, Coconino County, Yavapai County, the state of Arizona and does consulting work in other states around the nation.
Attorney Woodnick is a graduate of the University of Arizona and earned his Juris Doctorate from Arizona State University (Sandra Day O’Connor) College of Law.
Attorney Satterlee received her Juris Doctor, cum laude, from the Sandra Day O’Connor School of Law at Arizona State University. Ms. Satterlee was also a Senior Editor for Jurimetrics, the ABA Journal for Law, Science, and Technology. She received her Bachelor of Science in Economics, summa cum laude, from the Barrett Honors College at Arizona State University.
Committed to community service, Ms. Satterlee participates in a number of community and legal organizations. For example, in 2009, as Chair of the Maricopa County Bar Association, Young Lawyers Division, Committee on Domestic Violence, she created the Legal Assistance to Women in Shelters ("LAWS") Program. Through the LAWS Program, volunteer attorneys present legal seminars to domestic violence shelters in Maricopa County to provide them with the tools they need to feel more comfortable and confident representing themselves in Court. Attorney Satterlee was awarded Maricopa County Bar Association Young Lawyer Member of the Year in 2009 and Outstanding Young Lawyer of the Year in 2011 for her efforts in creating the LAWS Program.
“I was looking for an attorney in Phoenix AZ regarding a jurisdictional issue between the state of Minnesota and the state of Arizona, the bottom line is I just wanted to call and tell Gregg thank you very much for helping with your sound advice when I needed to keep jurisdiction in Minnesota cause I wouldn’t stand a chance in hell if it ever stayed in Arizona. So I wanted to thank Gregg and let him know that I did win my case and found out two days ago on Tuesday that I will be able keep my third party visitation jurisdiction in the state of Minnesota to act as a parent and that resulted from Gregg’s advice and the case will be dismissed in Arizona. Thank you Gregg!”
“Gregg R. Woodnick is a top Arizona attorney and highly respected within his field. His knowledge of the law and ability to communicate it clearly to his clients is impeccable. I give his firm 5 stars and will continue to recommend Gregg to anyone looking for excellent legal work.”
“The staff at the Woodnick firm assisted me with my legal needs the moment I stepped through the door. They were kind and understanding of my situation as a single mother. In the end Gregg was able to get my children back for me. I would return to the Woodnick firm in the future.”
“I was amazed at the speed and proficiency of how my case was handled. After my DUI, I was scared that I would be lost and alone. Gregg Woodnick explained my options in a clear manner and came to a great resolution.”