Pat Kozu grew up in Redmond, Washington graduating from Lake Washington High School. He attended Central Washington University, earning his undergraduate degree in Criminology. He went on to attend Gonzaga University School of Law, graduating in May of 2005. While attending Gonzaga, he received the “Computer Assisted Legal Instruction (CALI) Award for Excellence in the Future” in criminal law. During his time in law school, Pat was also an intern for the Spokane County Public Defenders office where he worked on a number of felony cases.
After graduating from law school, Pat returned to the Seattle area to pursue his legal career. In June of 2007, he began working at the law firm of Stein, Lotzkar and Starr PS in Bellevue. His primary focus is defending people charged with misdemeanor criminal offenses, and traffic infractions. Pat represents people who have been charged with Driving Under the Influence of Alcohol/Drugs, Driving While License Suspended, Minor in Possession of Alcohol, Possession of Drugs/Paraphernalia, Shoplifting and many other criminal matters. He also represents clients who want to contest traffic infractions. He has successfully contested traffic infractions in courts through out King, Pierce, and Snohomish counties. Contesting traffic infractions is a large part of his practice.
Pat currently lives in Seattle with his wife and they both enjoy taking advantage of the city life. Together they regularly attend the theater, sporting events, concerts, and many of the restaurants and watering holes that the city has to offer. On his own Pat has been found in casinos playing poker, playing sports, camping, hiking or just enjoying a quiet evening.
Licensed since 2006
|Award Name||Grantor||Date Granted|
|CALI Award For Excellence in the Future, Criminal Law||The Center for Computer Assisted Legal Instruction||2003|
|Gonzaga University School of Law||Law||juris Doctorate||2005|
|Central Washington University||Criminology||Bachelor of science||2000|