Before entering the practice of law, James served honorably in the United States... more
Before entering the practice of law, James served honorably in the United States Army. After the Army, James attended The University of Kansas and The University of Kansas School of Law. While in law school James focused on consitutional law, constitutional issues, and criminal law. After graduation, James passed the Washington State Bar Exam and moved to the Seattle area with his wife, and two... view profile
Mr. McKinnie focuses his practice in the areas of criminal defense, military law,... more
Mr. McKinnie focuses his practice in the areas of criminal defense, military law, landlord/tenant law, and commercial litigation. He received his undergraduate degree (B.A., Business Administration) from Washington State University, a master’s degree (M.A., National Security) from the Naval War College, and his law degree from Seattle University School of Law (J.D.). Mr. McKinnie has previously... view profile
As a woman and as a member of the LGBT community, I believe all people should be... more
As a woman and as a member of the LGBT community, I believe all people should be treated fairly and equally regardless of minority status, and understand the unique issues facing members of the LGBT community. I have a passion for Juvenile Law and over five years experience in both delinquency and dependency proceedings. In 2012 I worked for the Washington United for Marriage campaign, succ... view profile
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