also known as Dave Gross
Experienced counsel for all your family law needs. Dave Gross & Pinnacle Law are here to help.Dave spent 13 years as a prosecutor, and has taught Trial Skills to many of the country's best.Experienced counsel to help clients when they need it most - when families and futures are at risk
Pinnacle Law provides the highest level of legal representation, focusing on family law and criminal defense.
We offer a full range of legal services, including unbundled services as needed.
Unbundled services are an economical way to provide limited service to clients who need assistance with just a portion of their case, or clients with an extremely limited budget.
We can tailor our service to your needs, such as drafting particular documents, reviewing a proposed agreement, or reviewing a file and providing a legal opinion. With unbundled service, you can decide what your most urgent need is.
As the managing attorney for Pinnacle Law, I've been practicing law for over 20 years now. In addition to taking more than 150 jury trials to verdict, I am also a law professor and a nationally recognized speaker.
We are dedicated to helping individuals and victims with a new approach that focuses not only on analyzing your legal issue, but with helping you through the confusing and daunting legal process.
Hourly ($250-400/hour), Fixed (sometimes)
Cash, Check, Credit card
Are you an attorney? Endorse this lawyer
Dave Gross is an exceptional attorney. I had the opportunity to work with Dave during his career as a Senior Deputy Prosecutor in the King County Prosecutor's Office in Seattle. Judges, defense attorneys and fellow prosecutors respected his hard work, tenacity and success in the courtroom. Now that Dave is in private practice, his clients will benefit from his years of courtroom experience. He will not be afraid to press a case to trial if that is what is called for under the circumstances. You will consider yourself lucky to have such a talented and experienced trial attorney in your corner.
Timothy Leary Criminal defense Attorney
Relationship: Opposing Counsel on matter
Mr. Gross is a greatly experienced, diligent and passionate attorney. When it comes to Criminal Law, he sets the standard for quality and learned representation both in and out of the courtroom. I endorse him, without reservation, for any type of criminal litigation and related work.
Todd Nurick Litigation Attorney
Relationship: Worked together on matter
|Award name||Grantor||Date granted|
|Top 100 Trial Lawyers||National Trial Lawyers||2015|
|Merit- War on Drugs||Elmore County Drug Task Force||1999|
|Managing Attorney||Pinnacle Law Office, LLC||2015 - Present|
|Adjunct Professor||Widener University School Of Law||2011 - 2011|
|Attorney||Law Office of David W. Gross||2011 - 2015|
|Adjunct Professor||University of Washington School of Law||2008 - 2010|
|Faculty||National Institute Of Trial Advocacy (Nita)||2008 - 2009|
|Faculty||National District Attorneys Association||2004 - 2006|
|Senior Deputy Prosecuting Attorney||King County Prosecutor's Office||1999 - 2010|
|County Attorney||Elmore County Prosecuting Attorney||1997 - 1999|
|Associate||Brady Lerma||1996 - 1997|
|Associate Attorney||Ramsden & Lyons, LLP||1995 - 1996|
|Associate Attorney||Beard, St.Clair||1994 - 1995|
|Association name||Position name||Duration|
|Washington State Bar Association||N/A||N/A|
|American Bar Association||N/A||N/A|
|De Novo||Show and Tell: Why Every Trial Should Be a Visual Trial||2011|
|At Issue (PA Bar)||Trial as a Visual Medium: Why Every Trial Should Be a Visual Trial||2011|
|Idaho Law Review||Use of A Traffic Citation in a Subsequent Related Civil Proceeding||1996|
|Idaho Law Review||Examining Aboriginal Rights in Submerged Lands: Coeur d'Alene Tribe v. Idaho||1993|
|University of Idaho College of Law||Law||JD - Juris Doctor||1994|
|University of Idaho||History||BA - Bachelor of Arts||1991|
|Wilmington Police Mini-Academy||Search, Seizure, and Civil Liability||2014|
|PALI Annual Conference||Investigation for Criminal Defense||2014|
|Washington Criminal Justice Training Center||Domestic Violence Court Orders - Follow Up & Other Considerations||2008|
|Washington Criminal Justice Training Center||Domestic Violence Court Orders - Arrest & Enforcement Issues||2008|
|Seattle University School of Law||Pre-Trial Advocacy||2008|
|Seattle University School of Law||Trial Advocacy||2008|
|Dom. Viol. Protection Order Seminar||Bridging The Gap||2008|
|CLE||Court Orders - A Prosecutor Perspective||2008|
|Washington State University||Law & Society - developing trends||2006|
|National College of District Attorneys||Powerpoint and its value in court||2006|
|National College of District Attorneys||Visual Aids in Trial||2006|
|National College of District Attorneys||Powerpoint as a Courtroom Presentation Tool||2005|
|National College of District Attorneys||Visual Aids in Trial||2005|
|Washington Court Interpreters and Translators Society||Criminal Code - Elements for Interpreters||2003|
|Washington Death Penalty Forum||Death Penalty - Fact from Fiction||2000|
|International Association of Arson Investigators||Arson Investigation & Prosecution - a Team Effort||1999|
|Idaho Police Academy||Law Week||1998|