Kaitlin DiMaggio, J.D., MC, LAC is a licensed criminal defense and family law attorney. She earned a J.D. from the Sandra Day O’Connor College of Law at Arizona State University. During her time in law school, she amassed over 350 hours of pro bono service working on the post-conviction cases of men and women who experienced a manifest injustice or who claimed innocence from the crimes they were convicted of. She also holds a Master of Counseling degree from Arizona State University.
Before earning her law degree, Kaitlin practiced as a licensed therapist. She worked at a court-mandated counseling agency running group and individual therapy sessions for those convicted of domestic violence and drug-related offenses, later becoming the Clinical Supervisor of an offender treatment program and a Program Manager for a government contract. She left counseling to pursue criminal law in light of a close family member’s plight with the criminal justice system. Kaitlin is an advocate for criminal justice reform and is passionate about helping clients who are enmeshed in the legal system.
Kaitlin has experience working on criminal cases involving domestic violence, sex-related offenses, DUI’s, and more. Additionally, she has worked on numerous post-conviction cases and parole hearings. Kaitlin is also a zealous advocate for clients in family court, and has worked on cases involving custody disputes, divorce, and child support.
Kaitlin is admitted to practice law by the State Bar of Arizona. She is a member of the American Bar Association, the Arizona LGBT Bar Association, and the Young Lawyers Division of the ABA.