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Nicholas Klingerman

Office of the Attorney General


is currently Chief Counsel for the Criminal Division of the Arizona Attorney General’s Office, where he oversees the criminal prosecution sections, special investigation section, and the victims’ rights program. Prior to overseeing the Criminal Division, Nick was the Division Chief of the Training and Post Conviction Division at the Maricopa County Attorney’s Office, where he oversaw the training program, appeals bureau, and limited jurisdiction courts. During his career, Nick has specialized in both appellate and complex economic fraud, illegal enterprise, and anti-racketeering cases. He has prosecuted large-scale securities and land fraud cases and argued six cases in the Arizona Supreme Court, including notable capital cases such as State v. Goudeau, 239 Ariz. 421 (2016), and State v. Pandeli, 242 Ariz. 175 (2017). In 2022, Nick was recognized by the Arizona Prosecuting Attorneys’ Advisory Council’s Large Jurisdiction Felony Prosecutor of the Year. Nick received his JD from the University of Arizona James E. Rogers College of law in 2010, where he was the Case Notes Editor for the Arizona Law Review and graduated summa cum laude and Order of the Coif. Before moving to Phoenix, Nick was a part-time professor of practice at the University of Arizona College of Law, teaching sentencing law and supervising the Attorney General Prosecution Clinic. Following law school, Nick clerked for the Honorable Maurice Portley in the Arizona Court of Appeals.


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