Alonzo Corral was born and raised in Southern California. He attended Arizona State University, where he earned a Bachelor of Arts in History with a Minor in Ethnic Studies and a Master's degree in Social Justice and Human Rights. Prior to law school he worked as a social worker for a public high school on the west side of Phoenix, AZ.
After starting a family, he attended and graduated from the University of Arizona College of Law in 2018. During law school he became an active member of AMBA and became Secretary of AMBA in 2019. Currently, he is a Deputy Prosecutor with Pascua Yaqui Tribe, focusing on a holistic approach to both juvenile matters, and drug and alcohol diversion programs. He hopes to continue his career working toward racial equity.
Leticia Marquez, is a supervisor attorney of the Federal Public Defender's Office and has recently become head of the Tucson office. She has been with the office since 1999 and since 2007 has supervised the Capital Habeas Unit (Tucson and Phoenix) while maintaining a capital caseload. She provides training locally and nationally on capital issues. Although she now specializes in capital habeas corpus, Leticia has experience in capital cases at all levels of appeal.
Ms. Marquez has specialized on mental health issues, including intellectual disability cases and competency to assist matters. She argued Ryan v. Gonzales, a case dealing with competency to assist counsel, in the United States Supreme Court in October 2012. She was only the sixteenth Latina to argue before the Court.
Ms. Marquez has served as president of AMBA and is currently the organization's treasurer. She is a 1995 graduate of the University of Arizona College of Law and served on the Indigent Defense Task Force of the State Bar and Committee on the Rules of Professional Conduct (Ethics) of the State Bar.
Over the years Ms. Marquez's work has been recognized through various awards, including the second ever PCBA Robert J. Hooker Criminal Justice Award and the prestigious AJC Learned Hand Community Service Award.
Matthew L. Scarber is a Tucson native. He started his career with Rubin & Bernstein PLLC focusing on probate and estate planning until he opened his own probate and estate planning firm in 2023. He attended the University of Arizona and graduated Magna Cum Laude in 2014 with a Major in Political Science and Minor in Africana Studies. In 2017 he graduated from the University of Kansas School of Law to earn his JD.
Matthew is commitment to both public service and diversity. In Kansas he was recognized for his service with the Walter Hiersteiner Outstanding Service Award, presented to the graduating law student that has shown a significant commitment to the community they serve. He was also recognized as a finalist for The University of Kansas's 2017 Diversity Leadership Award.
Greta Maria Vietor is a native Iowan who has lived in Tucson, Arizona since 2002. She attended the University of Iowa, where she earned a bachelor's degree in political science in 1997 and a J.D. in 2000. After her second year of law school, she interned at the Midwest Center for Justice in Chicago, Illinois doing research on death penalty appeals. After law school, she served as a law clerk for the Honorable Donald E. O'Brien in the Northern District of Iowa from 2000 to 2002. In 2002, she became an Assistant Federal Public Defender in Tucson, Arizona where she continues to work representing indigent people. She has been an active member of AMBA since 2017 and she currently serves as AMBA's Communications Director.
Hue Le was born and raised in Seattle, Washington. After completing law school in Minnesota Hue relocated to Arizona where she served as a Deputy Public Defender in Maricopa County, Deputy County Attorney in Yavapai County and Assistant Attorney General for the Arizona Attorney General's Office prior to opening her own private practice in the area of Juvenile Law. Hue is currently an Assistant Attorney General with the Tohono O'odham Nation's Office of the Attorney General. She serves as Secretary on the Pima County Bar Foundation's Board of Trustees, is co-chair of Lawyers for Literacy is a mentor for Big Brother's Big Sister's Mentor 2.0 program and has acted as Magistrate and mentor for Pima County's Teen Court. Hue serves in hopes of spreading diversity throughout the community.