Attorney Jason J. Navarro focuses on Misdemeanor Criminal Defense at Navarro Law, PLC. A third-generation Mexican-American, Mr. Navarro’s grandfather immigrated to the U.S. from Chihuahua, Mexico in the 1930s. Mr. Navarro’s father, Roberto, was born and raised in El Paso, Texas. In the early 70s, Roberto was stationed in Colorado with the U.S. Army where Jason was born but the family eventually moved to Dallas, Texas, where he was raised.
Growing up in Dallas in the early 80s was extraordinarily difficult as a poor brown-skinned boy. Blatant racism and class discrimination was a daily reality. Sadly, Mr. Navarro suffered from the same racial & socio-economic prejudices in his youth that many minority and blue-collar families are still forced to endure today. In his 20s, Mr. Navarro served in the U.S. Air National Guard (Air Force) and worked in sales and banking for several years. As time passed, however, Mr. Navarro began to feel the inescapable call to serve fueled by the countless heartbreaking experiences he had faced over the years. Eventually, he reached a point in his life when he could no longer ignore the inequalities he had witnessed first-hand for so long.
His mission now clear, Mr. Navarro moved to Arizona in 2002 to pursue his dream of becoming attorney. His plan was not without its challenges. He and his wife were raising two young children (twins) while working and going to school full-time. Thankfully, the hard work paid off in 2012 when he graduated Summa Cum Laude with a Bachelor of Science Degree in Legal Studies from Western International University. Mr. Navarro subsequently graduated from Arizona Summit Law School (formerly Phoenix School of Law) in 2016.
Mr. Navarro knows what its like to be treated differently. He also knows what it feels like to be victimized by an imperfect system regardless of your status. If you are searching for an attorney who will relentlessly fight for you and truly cares, call today.