Cameron was born in Hawaii to a military family and traveled all over the Pacific Rim before finally settling in Guam for a number of years. He moved to Arizona in 1976 and graduated from ASU in 1978 and ASU law school in 1981. He was the Scottsdale public defender from 1984 through 1992 and handled hundreds of misdemeanor cases all over the Valley. As his practice became more oriented towards felonies, he tried more cases in the superior courts and joined the Federal Panel in 2001. You can find Cameron Morgan in Scottsdale, Arizona, taking cases from all over the state.
As a criminal defense attorney, his cases include homicides, serious drug offenses, general felony matters and DUIs. He has lectured in seminars on wiretap and DUI law and maintains a number of appellate and forfeiture cases. His current major cases include a federal class action about the constitutionality of the Arizona wiretap law and a series of appeals in the Arizona appellate system about the constitutionality of the Arizona Implied Consent law.
Most of his clients are referred by other attorneys or former clients and include people from all walks of life.