Rhys Campbell grew up in a suburb of Akron, Ohio. (Yes, he did meet and talk to LeBron James in person when he attended the University of Akron.) Mr. Campbell previously worked at a private law firm in Mohave County and the Coconino County Public Defender’s Office, where he represented clients in many trials. Most notably, Mr. Campbell won his first felony jury trial when he was only 27 years old. He has extensive experience dealing with prosecutors' offices in criminal matters, as well as the Arizona Attorney General's Office in cases in which children have been taken from their parents; he has also negotiated many settlements and represented clients in trials in divorce and child custody cases. Mr. Campbell has drafted numerous appellate briefs in misdemeanor criminal matters that he appealed to the Arizona Superior Court as well as Arizona's appellate courts.
Rhys (pronounced "Reece") lives in the Kachina Village area of Flagstaff with his wife, three children, three dogs, and two cats. He enjoys hiking in the Flagstaff-area mountains and canyons, and playing board games and video games with his family.
Arizona state courts
J.D., University of South Dakota (2018)
B.A., University of Akron