Washington State DUI defense is what we do.
Since 1994 our firm has been representing people accused of Washington State DUIs. Day in and day out we are in court fighting DUIs. We have fought DUIs all over the state and have built a strong reputation in the field among other lawyers for being very good at it. We have both lead and been involved with the major DUI defense fights during the entirety of our practice. This includes winning a decision in King county that lead to hundreds, if not thousands of Washington State DUI breath tests to be thrown out.
Our Commitment to Our DUI Clients
We are committed to our DUI clients. We give all our clients our cell phone numbers and personal email addresses. We get back to our clients the same day they contact us. We answer all questions in clear and concise ways. We promise to tell you the truth. If anything, we are known for being too straightforward with our legal answers. However, we believe that our clients deserve to know what our legal opinion is since that is what we are hired for.
Our Commitment to the DUI Community
We are both heavily involved in the Washington State DUI community. We actively engaged in working with the legislature to help write laws that are fair and just for people accused of DUIs and that protect public safety. Both of us have crafted legislation that is currently written in the DUI laws.
We are also both involved in helping to make sure that Washington State elects the best possible judges. Geoff sits on the Cardozo Society's Judicial Election Committee and helps to rate judicial candidates. We are both founding members of Citizens for Judicial Excellence, a political action committee that endorses district and municipal court candidates.
Finally, both of us regularly write and speak on DUI issues to other lawyers, helping to "raise the bar" and making sure that all people get the excellent representation that they deserve.
Our Commitment to the Community
Both of us are heavily involved in our communities. We coach, volunteer at schools and give presentations to high school and college students to try and prevent future crimes from occurring.