Hilary Weinberg 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. Hilary attended California Western School of Law, where she obtained her law degree in two years.
Hilary has been with the Maricopa County Attorney’s Office since July of 1999. Prior to this position, 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 Gangs, Homicide, Training, and Trial Group. She was the Bureau Chief of Family Violence (West Bureau) from 2014-2019 and is currently prosecuting homicide cases in the Vehicular Crimes Bureau. Hilary is also one of the founders and supervisors of the office’s Peer Support Program. During her time with the Maricopa County Attorney’s Office, Hilary has conducted training for numerous agencies and organizations including the Department of Public Safety, the Maricopa County Sheriff’s Office, The City of Phoenix Prosecutor’s Office, the Southeastern Homicide Investigators Association, and the Association of Prosecuting Attorneys. Additionally, Hilary has conducted numerous webinars for Justice Clearinghouse relating to Domestic Violence issues. She is currently working on projects involving domestic violence victims who have suffered concussions and is also in the process of helping revamp the Maricopa County Protocol relating to vulnerable adults.
When not working, Hilary enjoys being with her family, quilting, scrapbooking and reading.