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Kenneth N Vick

Deputy County Attorney

Maricopa County Attorney

Kenneth Vick has been a prosecutor with the Maricopa County Attorney’s Office since 1996.  He is currently the Community Based Prosecution Division Chief and he has also worked as the Pretrial Division Chief and as a supervisor over a trial bureau.  During his career at MCAO he has prosecuted vehicular crimes, gang members, repetitive offenders and violent criminals.  He has also been heavily involved in training prosecutors by supervising legal training at MCAO during his career as well as serving as a regular instructor for the Arizona Prosecuting Attorney’s Advisory Council for their Fundamentals of Trial Advocacy Course and their Intermediate Trial Advocacy Course.  He is currently a member of the Arizona State Bar’s Criminal Jury Instruction Committee.  Ken works with the Sandra Day O’Connor College of Law at ASU where he is an adjunct faculty member currently running the Criminal Practice Clinic.  Raised in Charleston, South Carolina, Ken received his JD from ASU and his Bachelor of Arts Degree from James Madison University in Virginia.