Before founding Evans Law Offices, PLLC, in 2015, Mark served with the United States Air Force JAG Corps for eight years as a Trial Judiciary Attorney, Military Justice Attorney and Assistant Staff Judge Advocate. In these roles, Mark performed a variety of duties ranging from drafting rulings on matters involving national security and the law of war to creating wills and powers of attorney for members of the military.
Prior to his service with the armed forces, he worked as a Deputy County Attorney in Yuma and Coconino Counties, going on to serve for four years as the Assistant Arizona Attorney General, where he prosecuted cases ranging from homicides to methamphetamine labs and coordinated Arizona’s Drug Endangered Children (DEC) program. He also practiced criminal defense with a law firm in Flagstaff. He has also lectured statewide to audiences of prosecutors, police detectives and officers, child protective services professionals and the medical community.
- Bachelor of Arts, University of Kentucky, 1995 (Cum Laude)
- Juris Doctor, Creighton University School of Law, 1998 (top third class rank)
Bar Admissions & Qualifications
1998 Arizona State Courts
2009, 2011, 2013 Air Force Commendation Medal
2015 Joint Service Commendation Medal from U.S. Dept. of Defense
2015 Pima County Bar Association
2016 Federal Bar Association
“I have been very satisfied with Mr. Evans as an attorney and a person in general. Mark takes his commitment to his clients needs very seriously. He responded very swiftly to emails and made himself available to meet with me whenever needed. Mr. Evans is very knowledgeable in his field of law practice and is an attorney i would use again if needed!” ~ Michael
“Mr. Evans has defened me extremely well. I am very thankful and proud to be represented by him. I would recommend Mark Evans to anyone.” ~ Ken