Brian G. DiPietro

Brian DiPietro

Title: Attorney at Law
Company: Brian DiPietro Law, PLLC
Location: Phoenix, Arizona, United States

Brian G. DiPietro, Attorney at Law, has been recognized by Marquis Who’s Who Top Lawyers for dedication, achievements, and leadership in Criminal Law.

Mr. DiPietro launched his private practice in 2006, and has been working in criminal law since 1984. He started out as a fine arts major at Michigan State University, and has found his ability to think creatively has helped him stand out from the crowd. Mr. DiPietro entered the law because he has always looked on it as a guardian of the U.S. Constitution. He intends to continue working in this field with his usual passion, and has earned an AV Rating from Martindale-Hubbell.

After studying studio art and earning a BFA from Michigan State in 1972, Mr. DiPietro attended the Western Michigan University Cooley Law School to earn a JD in 1983. He joined the Menominee County Prosecutor’s Office as an assistant prosecutor, and in 1984 was appointed director of the Cass County Legal Aid and Defender Clinic. After three years, Mr. DiPietro went on as assistant prosecutor of the Montcalm County Prosecutor’s Office, and in 1988 he accepted a position as attorney with the Kent County Office of the Public Defender, which he held until 1992. He entered the private sector for ten years before officially establishing his law offices in 2006.

Mr. DiPietro is a current member of the Arizona Attorneys for Criminal Justice and the State Bar of Arizona, and has supported the American Trial Lawyers Association, the State Bar of Michigan, the American Bar Association, and the National Trial Lawyers Association. He is admitted to practice in Arizona, as well as the U.S. District Court in the Eastern and Western Districts of Michigan, as well as the District of Arizona. Mr. DiPietro still enjoys the art of drawing and paint pictures, and would like to be remembered as someone who did a good job representing his clients.

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