Hilary Weinberg has been with the Maricopa County Attorney’s Office since July of 1999. Prior to this, she spent four and a half years with the City of Tucson, after serving as a law clerk for a Pima County Superior Court Judge. Hilary has been assigned to numerous bureaus within the office including Vehicular Crimes, Gangs, Homicide, Training and Trial Group. She has been the Bureau Chief of Family Violence since August of 2014, and currently supervises the Bureau responsible for the west side of Maricopa County.
During her almost 25 year career, Hilary has served as a trainer for the Maricopa County Sheriff’s Office and the Department of Public Safety on matters relating to DUI and DRE related prosecution. She is a member of the Association of Prosecuting Attorneys and has conducted training for prosecutors relating to Domestic Violence Issues. Most recently she provided training regarding issues relating to the prosecution of drowning cases to the Southeastern Homicide Investigators Association. Hilary has taught 7 webinars for Justice Clearinghouse, providing more than 3000 training hours to justice professionals in the last 2 years.
Hilary is an “Honorary Native” of Arizona, having lived in Arizona since she was nine years old. She is a proud graduate of Deer Valley High School in Glendale and of Arizona State University, where she was a trumpet player in the marching band, the Pride of the Southwest. When not working, Hilary enjoys being with her family, quilting, scrapbooking, and reading.