PCAO helps support victims with all the resources we have available – at crime scenes, in court, and even with compensation.
Lowering our jail and prison populations starts by diverting people out of the criminal justice system.
Understand the Legal Process and how it works.
2021 was defined by our response to monumental challenges, guided by PCAO’s Core Values.
Laura Conover, her leadership team, and PCAO staff are building community safety for all through accountability, healing, and restorative justice practices.
(As of 03/17/23)
The Pima County Attorney’s Office honors Susan Eazer’s years of service, an extraordinary prosecutor who served the citizens of Pima, Pinal, and Yavapai Counties for nearly 30 years. Sue was a long-time employee of the Pima County Attorney’s Office, working as both a legal assistant, and after law school, as a trial lawyer. Sue also prosecuted in both Pinal and Yavapai Counties.
Sue was the embodiment of a devoted prosecutor: she gave her all to defend and give voice to the oppressed and harmed, especially to children who were subjected to the most heinous physical and sexual abuse. During her long legal career, Sue prosecuted sexual assaults, homicides, and the most complex and serious crimes. She handled hundreds of other criminal matters.
Sue was both the recipient of the APAAC Prosecutor of the Year Award and the Lifetime Achievement Award. Because of her life’s work, countless victims and survivors live in a much better place.