Molly Kincaid graduated from James E. Rogers College of Law at the University of Arizona, where she focused her studies on immigration law and criminal defense. During law school, she worked for the Florence Immigrant and Refugee Rights Project, assisting detained immigrants seeking relief from deportation. She also represented immigrant workers and asylum seekers through the Tucson Worker's Project and the Immigration Law Clinic. In addition, Molly performed legal research remotely for United Farm Workers, Cesar Chavez's non-profit that supports California's migrant workers exposed to employer abuses and wage and labor discrimination.
Before she even graduated law school, Ms. Kincaid became immersed in criminal defense as well. Working for the Arizona Justice Project, she was part of a team that represented a client who received clemency after 49 years in prison (making her the longest-serving female inmate in the country). This experience instilled in Ms. Kincaid a deep passion to serve those who may have been wrongfully accused of a crime, or unjustly sentenced or charged.
Ms. Kincaid is now an experienced criminal defense attorney, and zealously defends her clients through active motions practice and litigation. Before joining the Law Offices of Matthew H. Green, she worked as a trial attorney at the Pima County Public Defender's office, representing many indigent clients in their criminal cases. Ms. Kincaid tirelessly works each case to get the best outcome for each and every client, whether that outcome is a jury trial or a beneficial plea agreement. Her trial experience and the many cases she handled at the Public Defender prepared her to be able to advise clients on the best course of action. Because of her interest in both criminal and immigration law, Ms. Kincaid is able to counsel non-citizen clients on the best route for them in their criminal case in order to avoid immigration consequences.
Ms. Kincaid has experience in a wide variety of criminal cases: drug sales, transportation and possession, domestic violence, robbery, burglary, theft, homicide, sexual assault and other sex offenses, child abuse, assault, disorderly conduct and shoplifting. She practices in the Pima County Superior Court, the Pima County Justice Court, Tucson City Court, and U.S. District Court in Tucson.