Andrew Jolley (Andy), born and raised in Idaho, was brought to Arizona by his wife and has become a devout transplant to Northern Arizona.
Upon moving to Prescott in 2007, he worked for the Yavapai County Public Defender’s Office. After a short stint with a local law firm, he opened his own office in 2010, Jolley Law PLC. In 2013, growth prompted his opening of the Prescott Law Group.
He travels throughout Northern Arizona representing clients and maintains contracts with the towns of Cottonwood, Clarkdale, Jerome, Tusayan, Williams and with the Havasupai Tribe. Andy has argued successfully in front of the Court of Appeals and is licensed in both state and federal courts.
Wife Carol is a schoolteacher and stays busy chasing their three kids. Andy coaches the many activities his kids participate in, and he can be found on the sideline of football, basketball and baseball games. He is involved in other civic organizations. They also own the Prescott Creamery & Soda Shop, where he employs teens in the community and hopes to someday provide jobs for his own children.
The knowledge and understanding he has gained, along with the love of this community, is critical to helping people through the Justice Court system, so he is running for Prescott Justice of the Peace in August.