Carmine’s practice focuses on corrections, law enforcement, and government liability defense, including 42 U.S.C. § 1983 claims, Bivens claims, and state law civil rights claims. His practice also includes pursuing and defending breach of contract and related tort law claims. Carmine has experience litigating a variety of other matters, including commercial, personal injury, products liability, and construction claims, as well as defending professional malpractice claims and matters on appeal. Carmine has litigated several jury trials to verdict, including defending Maricopa County and the State of Arizona at the state and federal court level.
As a law student, Carmine served as Notes Editor for the University of Illinois Law Review, where he published his student Note, titled Deciphering Cryptocurrency: Shining a Light on the Deep Dark Web, 2017 U. ILL. L. REV. 1267 (2017). Carmine also competed in the Evans Moot Court competition, later serving as coach for the University of Illinois College of Law team.
Carmine was born and raised in Michigan, moving to Arizona shortly after graduating law school. In his free time, Carmine enjoys spending time with his family and his two Golden Retrievers, being outdoors, and watching football.