Doug Camacho graduated from Brigham Young University, cum laude, in 1997. He graduated from Loyola University Chicago School of Law in 2001 in the top third of his class. He became licensed to practice law in July, 2001. He practiced civil and criminal law in Bullhead City until February 2002, when he joined the Mohave County Attorney’s Office. At the County Attorney’s office, he served as a prosecuting attorney until July 2003.
In August of 2003, he started private practice in Branson, Missouri, where had a criminal and civil practice, including juvenile and family law. In December, 2005, Mr. Camacho returned to the Mohave County Attorney’s Office, where he served as a felony prosecutor until July 2015. Beginning in 2012, he began prosecuting child crimes and took an active interest in protecting children by joining the Multidisciplinary Team (which advocates for children) in Lake Havasu. Mr. Camacho is active in the community, and serves in the Scouting organization and his church. Prior to taking the bench he was also involved with the Mohave County Bar Association.