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|Assistant U.S. Attorney||United States Attorney's Office, Criminal Division||2010 - 2011|
|Faculty member||National District Attorneys Association||2004 - 2010|
|Supervising Deputy Prosecuting Attorney||Pierce County Prosecuting Attorney's Office, Tacoma, Washington||1992 - 2010|
|Public Defender||Snohomish County Public Defender (Everett)||1990 - 1992|
|Association name||Position name||Duration|
|Women's Intergenerational Living Legacy Organization||Board Member||2015 - Present|
|Asian Pacific Cultural Center||Board Member||2014 - Present|
|Korean Women's Association||Board Member||2014 - Present|
|Asian American Bar Association||N/A||2011 - Present|
|Washington State Association for Justice||N/A||2011 - Present|
|Washington Defender Association||N/A||2011 - Present|
|Washington Women Lawyers (Pierce County chapter)||N/A||2011 - Present|
|Korean American Association||N/A||2011 - Present|
|Pierce County Minority Bar Association||N/A||2011 - Present|
|Multicultural Self-Sufficiency Movement||Volunteer Attorney||2010 - Present|
|Korean Bar Association||Advisory Board||2002 - Present|
|Washington State Bar Association||N/A||1991 - Present|
|State v. Vance, 12-1-00435-0||Dismissed|
|State v. Long, 11-1-04367-5||Dismissed|
|State v. Mustin, 12-1-00290-0||All felony charges dismissed. Guilty Assault in the Fourth Degree|
|See all legal cases|
|9th Circuit, No. 11-30030, D.C. No. 2:10-cr-00264-MJP-1||United States v. Keith Russell||2012|
|University of Utah S.J. Quinney College of Law||N/A||J.D.||1990|
|University of Utah||Biology & Psychology||B.A. & B.S.||1987|
|WAPA Summer Conference||Voire Dire||2010|
|National District Attorney's Association||Voire Dire, Cross Examination, Trial Advocacy||2010|
|Houston Conference||Effective Cross Examination||2009|
|Children's Justice Conference||Profile of a Child Homicide Case||2009|
|Prosecuting Homicides||Homicides by Abuse||2008|
|Prosecuting Homicides||Domestic Violence Homicides||2008|
|Elder Abuse Conference||Profile of Elder Abuse Case||2008|
|WAPA Winter Conference||Prosecuting Sexual Assaults||2005|
|WAPA Summer Conference||Voire Dire||2001|
Posted by anonymous
I had come under Sunni's purview after a conflict of interest with my previous lawyer. Immediately she began to review my case stemming back to my divorce. By our next meeting, she had out the entirety of my previous divorce case, the then current criminal case notes, and related reports sprawled out on her desk. It was very clear how thorough she was when she was able to cite information from my cases without effort and in a detail I had completely forgotten. In short: she knew my situation better than I did.
Through persistence she managed to bring evidence to light that was overlooked by everyone. CPS reports and filed evidence articles had contained important, overlooked, crucial information that lead to a dismissal of my case.
She did her job and she did it well. Her tenacity and honesty was much welcomed. I owe her my life.
Hire her yesterday.
Posted by JAMES
I was facing federal charges for a number of medical Marijuana dispensaries I owned back before they became legal in Washington state. I was referred to Sunni by Gary Clower who helped me beat the local police. I was facing 20 years because they were counting everything ever sold through multiple years of business and multiple stores. After a lengthy 5 year battle she got me 4 years probation. Nobody wanted my case and before the feds raided about 40 dispensaries in my area state they were glad to take my money. She assured me she could get me out of this jam and delivered. I have hired so many attorneys over the years and out of the 3 dozen or so she was the best along with Gary Clower. Sunni has the relationships you will need with over 15 years working on the federal side of prosecution. She worked her magic.
Posted by C.H.
I worked with Sunni about two years ago, when I was facing a DV charge. I consulted with a number of attorneys and ended up choosing Sunni. Despite being entirely personable and upfront during our consultation, a friend of mine, a fellow attorney, told me I couldn't go wrong with Sunni - and now I can say, she was absolutely right!
Yes, Sunni means business, but she is still empathetic and caring. I never felt judged or embarrassed. I also never felt afraid- Sunni is quite confident in her abilities (and rightly so!) which was very comforting during my entire process.
To make a long story short, all of my charges were dropped after 6 months of probation. I appeared in court with Sunni twice, each time for less than 10 minutes. She did 99% of the work. I barely had to speak to the judge. It was extremely important that I have my charges dropped too, as I work in a profession with children. I was scared to death I would be kicked out of my profession, after all my years of schooling and hard work, but Sunni assured me I would fine. I would keep my job, keep my dignity and move on. I can tell you, two years later, that she fulfilled those commitments.
Overall, despite it being a terrible time in my life, Sunni was my light at the end of the tunnel. From the moment I hired her, I instantly felt at ease. She was professional and ambitious, both in and out of the court room. You can tell she is well liked and highly regarded by her peers as well.
Just as my attorney friend told me- you can't go wrong with Sunni!
Daniel Gerl, DUI and DWI Attorney
Relationship: Fellow lawyer in community
Sunni Ko is an outstanding attorney. As a prosecutor she served as a strong model for other prosecuting attorneys, including myself, to follow. Now representing those accused of serious violent crimes, her clients are in great hands and the prosecution is in for a battle. I would recommend anyone charged with such an offense to Ms. Ko without hesitation.
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