PO Box 730, Buckeye, Arizona, 85326-0053
Board Certified Specialization: None
Professional Liability Insurance: Yes
Admitted to Practice Law: 1995
Admitted to State Bar of Arizona: October 25, 1999
Other Language(s): None
She’s an alumuna of Emory University School of Law and the University of Michigan-Ann Arbor. She received her B.A. in Psychology, in 1992, at the age of 20. In 1995, at the age of 23, she received her license to practice law in Michigan and was an associate at (fka) Patterson, Phifer & Phillips, P.C.
While in law school she was hired by the renown Bryan Stevenson for a summer internship in 1993 with the (fka) Alabama Capital Representation Resource Center in Montegomery, Alabama. While there she had the opportunity to review briefings in the Walter McMillian case in which an African American was recently exonerated for the alleged murder of a white woman. A release celebration occurred the summer of the internship. With continued dedication to criminal defense work, she worked as a summer intern in 1994 at the Federal Public Defender's Office in Albuquerque, NM. In 1997, she relocated to Phoenix, Arizona. She worked as a public defender in Mohave and Maricopa County and nutured her passion for indigent criminal defense work. Attorney Looney opened her own practice in October 2003. She currently engages in various areas of practice but primarily criminal defense and juvenile law. Her practice is based on treating people fairly and providing the best possible representation to her clients. For we know that the law is good, if a man uses it lawfully. I Timothy 1:8.
She served a one year term as a Judge Pro Tem for the Maricopa County Superior Court. She currently works part-time and homeschools her two sons as traditional homeschoolers, not pandemic homeschoolers. She is a member of Arizona Families for Homeschool Education, Home School Legal Defense Association, Michigan State Bar, NAACP, and American Bar Association.
She is currently writing a book: The Arizona Judiciary - From a Black Person’s Perspective: Does Your Case Matter?
Playlist:Does Your Case Matter? (Simple Tips) – Inspired by “It’s Not Over” by Sam Fischer Judicial Selection (The Process) – Inspired by “Thank you, Next” by Ariana Grande Oh Brother! (The Bar Complaint) – Inspired by “Come and Get Your Love” by Redbone Friendship With the Judiciary – Inspired by “What About Your Friends?” by TLC The Gold Star Standard (Perfect Harmony) – Inspired by “One In a Million You” by Larry Graham Honorable Mentions – Inspired by “Truly, Madly, Deeply” by Savage Garden The Honorable Loving V. Virginia (Love, Lust, & Loss) – Inspired by “Tell Him” duet by Barbara Streisand & Celine Dion Racism Article AFTER Retiring – Inspired by “Rise Up” by Audra Day Painful Paternal Parenting Perspective – Inspired by “Just the Two of Us” by Will Smith White v. POC Attorneys - Inspired by “God Favored Me” by Hezekiah Walker Jambalaya Justice – Inspired by “Tell Me Why” by Declan Galbraith Contempt of the Colored – Inspired by “Black Rage” by Lauryn Hill Accountability – Inspired by “Listen” by Beyonce May It Please the Court - Inspired by “Dreaming of You” by Selena
Areas of Law and Practice
|Areas of Law||Areas of Practice|
|Criminal Law||Misdemeanors, Criminal Prosecution, Domestic Violence, Criminal Defense, Burglary, Assault and Battery, Theft, Shoplifting|
|Juvenile Law||Juvenile Delinquency, Juvenile Criminal Law|
- Arizona (Active), Michigan (Active)
Last Updated: January 27, 2021
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Buckeye, Arizona, Maricopa County
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