Ms. Arnwine’s undergraduate and graduate degrees were obtained at Arizona State University. Ms. Arnwine earned her Bachelor of Science in Sociology in 1983. Ms. Arnwine completed ten years of employment with the Maricopa Community Colleges while obtaining her Juris Doctorate from Arizona State University. Ms. Arnwine was awarded her Juris Doctorate from Arizona State University in 1995, and began practicing law in 1996.
From 1996 to 1997, Ms. Arnwine worked as a bailiff for the Honorable Judge Thomas Dunevant. In 1997, Ms. Arnwine began work as a Deputy County Attorney for the Maricopa County Attorney's Office. Ms. Arnwine’s career progressed to the Colorado River Indian Tribes as the Chief Tribal Prosecutor. Ms. Arnwine finished her prosecutorial experience as an Assistant City Attorney in Kingman, Arizona.
In 2003, Ms. Arnwine opened her own law office in Tempe Arizona providing an aggressive approach of attorney representation in Criminal Defense and Family Law. In 2008, Ms. Arnwine expanded her scope of representation to include Juvenile Law.
Ms. Arnwine is a committed attorney and provides strong representation for her clients. As an attorney Ms. Arnwine has successfully filed and won several appeals and special actions in the Court of Appeals in the State of Arizona, Maricopa County; and the Tribal Court of Appeals for the Colorado River Indian Tribes; and Ms. Arnwine has successfully represented Native Americans in Federal Court. Ms. Arnwine practices law in all City Courts, Justice Courts, and the Superior Courts of the State of Arizona.
Ms. Arnwine’s practice and representation is an aggressive approach. Anyone desiring representation by Ms. Arnwine should know what they want, and understand that Ms. Arnwine will do all that is legal and ethical to obtain the best outcome.