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Shannon L. Peters

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Shannon L. Peters

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Shannon Peters joined Allen, Tunac & Coughlon, PLLC in 2009 as an associate attorney. Shannon practices primarily in the area of criminal defense and civil traffic defense.  Shannon also represents clients in various administrative proceedings with the Arizona Motor Vehicle Department, including suspension hearings and provides assistance with MVD revocation applications.
A Chicago native, Shannon interned with the Cook County State's Attorney's Office in one of busiest judicial districts in the country and interned as a prosecutor with the Dallas County Attorney's Office in Adel, Iowa.  Shannon's interest in criminal defense peaked during law school while representing indigent defendants with the Drake Criminal Defense Clinic.  Since her relocation to Arizona, Shannon has represented countless clients in photo radar, civil traffic, DUI, misdemeanor and felony cases. Ms. Peters is admitted to the State Bar of Arizona and is an active member of the American Bar Association, the Maricopa County Bar Association and Arizona Women Lawyer's Association.

School Degree Major Graduation
Drake University Law School Juris Doctor Law School N/A
Cornell College B.A. Anthropology and Art History (both with Honors) N/A N/A N/A
State / Court Date
Arizona 2008 N/A

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