Born in Tucson, AZ, Nathaniel lived in many areas of rural Arizona during his early years. His family settled in Yuma in 1992. Nathaniel graduated from Yuma High School in 1999, and spent a year studying at Arizona Western College before serving a two-year church mission in Ireland. Nathaniel returned from his mission, married Tennille Richards, and enrolled in the University of Arizona College of Law. After law school, Nathaniel and his wife chose to raise their family in Yuma.

 

For nearly a decade, Nathaniel has sought justice for victims through his work in the Yuma County Attorney's Office. During his career, Nathaniel spent time in the misdemeanor unit, the juvenile unit, and the drug unit. Currently, Nathaniel carries a felony caseload and supervises the misdemeanor unit.

 

Community service is important to Nathaniel. He earned his Eagle Scout award while in high school, and continues to serve those in need through various church and community projects. He volunteers time to the Yuma County Republican party including serving as First Vice Chair for over 3 years. Nathaniel also mentors youth through leadership training, summer camps, and service projects.

 

Education is a priority in Nathaniel’s life. He completed his undergraduate degree in Secondary Education with an emphasis in Teaching Social Science. He is an adjunct professor at Arizona Western College where he teaches Probate law, Business law, Criminal law, Bankruptcy law, and other courses as a way to help the next generation of legal minds.

 

Nathaniel enjoys time with his family. He loves watching his kids play soccer, do gymnastics, sing, and act. In his spare time, Nathaniel enjoys taking walks with his wife and reading good books.

 

The Constitution of the United States is the law of the land. Nathaniel understands that the job of a judge is to apply the law as written, not to change the law. Nathaniel pledges to treat everyone who comes in front of him fairly and to allow all an equal opportunity to be heard.

his work in the Yuma County Attorney's Office. During his career, Nathaniel spent time in the misdemeanor unit, the juvenile unit, and the drug unit. Currently, Nathaniel carries a felony caseload and supervises the misdemeanor unit.

 

Community service is important to Nathaniel. He earned his Eagle Scout award while in high school, and continues to serve those in need through various church and community projects. He volunteers time to the Yuma County Republican party including serving as First Vice Chair for over 3 years. Nathaniel also mentors youth through leadership training, summer camps, and service projects.

 

Education is a priority in Nathaniel’s life. He completed his undergraduate degree in Secondary Education with an emphasis in Teaching Social Science. He is an adjunct professor at Arizona Western College where he teaches Probate law, Business law, Criminal law, Bankruptcy law, and other courses as a way to help the next generation of legal minds.

 

Nathaniel enjoys time with his family. He loves watching his kids play soccer, do gymnastics, sing, and act. In his spare time, Nathaniel enjoys taking walks with his wife and reading good books.

 

The Constitution of the United States is the law of the land. Nathaniel understands that the job of a judge is to apply the law as written, not to change the law. Nathaniel pledges to treat everyone who comes in front of him fairly and to allow all an equal opportunity to be heard.

Born in Tucson, AZ, Nathaniel lived in many areas of rural Arizona during his early years. His family settled in Yuma in 1992. Nathaniel graduated from Yuma High School in 1999, and spent a year studying at Arizona Western College before serving a two-year church mission in Ireland. Nathaniel returned from his mission, married Tennille Richards, and enrolled in the University of Arizona College of Law. After law school, Nathaniel and his wife chose to raise their family in Yuma.

For nearly a decade, Nathaniel has sought justice for victims through

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