Have you been involved in an auto accident?
Have you received a DUI or traffic infraction? Have you been convicted
of a crime? What will happen to your pets when you die? I invite you to
call me to discuss your legal needs and issues.
Established in 1999, with 20 years experience representing clients on criminal defense cases
I am an "on hands" attorney. Almost all calls that come to my office are received by me. You will get quick and effective answers to your questions. I some cases, you may not need an attorney and I will tell you up front if so. I have tried over 100 cases to verdict, set 100's of cases for trial where opposing counsel usually caves in.
Won 8 consecutive superior court trials
Never lost domestic violence charged case
Never lost personal injury trial or arbitration
I am an Eagle Member of the Washington State
Association for Justice where I have been appointed to serve as delagate for the District and Muicipal Judges of Washington State. I am a Washington State Bar member in excellent standing, member of the Washington Foundation for Criminal Justice. I have served as past President and Vice-President of the
Snoqualmie Valley Chapter of the Kiwanis Club where I volunteer to help children and students obtain food, shelter, housing, and scholarships.
My breath of experience and on hands representation accomplishes results.
Licensed since 1990
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|Award Name||Grantor||Date Granted|
|Ralph. M lindgren scholarship||university of minnesota||1983|
|staff attorney||Society Of Counsel Representing Accused Persons||1990 - 1999|
|Association Name||Position Name||Duration|
|Washington State Association for Justice||delagate district & municipal courts||2001 - Present|
|Trial News (Washington State Association for Justice)||Profiles of District Court Judges||2011|
|Seattle University School of Law||N/A||j.d.||1984|
|Public Defenders Conference||Closing argument||1999|