Brandon Tryon has defended every type of criminal case from first degree murder to petty theft. He has worked as a criminal defense attorney and intern in Las Vegas, Nevada; Tucson, Arizona; and throughout Colorado. Mr. Tryon has never prosecuted a single person in his life and is dedicated to defense work.
Brandon isn’t afraid to take any case to trial. He will negotiate on your behalf until the very end, and if no resolution can be reached, he will fight for you. Mr. Tryon knows how to litigate your case at every stage of the process, and he will make sure every avenue is considered in your overall defense. Everything is important in your criminal case, and Mr. Tryon understands this.
While in law school, Mr. Tryon gained extensive experience in the family law arena, and has a proven track record in divorce cases, custody matters, and child support. With a business background, Mr. Tryon can handle complicated business issues in divorce cases involving self-employed individuals.
Besides practicing law, Mr. Tryon is employed as an adjunct professor at the University of Arizona. He teaches classes focusing on criminal law and constitutional law where he can put into play his practice fields with students aspiring to be attorneys.
Brandon Tryon grew up in Mesa, Arizona, and doesn’t miss the summers for a second. He has struggled with authority from well before he was a teenager, and that ultimately led him to becoming a defense attorney (to no surprise of his parents). Mr. Tryon earned his Bachelor of Science in Business Management from the W.P. Carey School of Business at Arizona State University. After business school, Mr. Tryon received his law degree at the James E. Rogers College of Law at the University of Arizona. After graduating from law school, Mr. Tryon moved to Colorado and currently lives in Grand Junction, Colorado with his wife and two children. In his free time, you may find Mr. Tryon watching basketball, playing disc golf, or watching movies.
Memberships and Associations:
Colorado Criminal Defense Bar-Former Co-President
Attorney Coach of the R-5 High School Mock Trial Team