I have successfully represented all types of felony matters, from murder to simple drug possession.

Noteable criminal appeal, State v. Rivera, (76 Wash.App 519, 888 P.2d 740 (DIV. 2 1995)). A visitor was searched during a search warrant. This case contributed to changing the law, which had formerly allowed visitors present during a warrant to be searched.


  • Drug charges
  • Assault charges


  • DUI
  • Traffic matters (including infractions)
  • Domestic violence

Legal Defense Tip: The Fifth Amendment gives persons accused of a crime the right to remain silent. It is a good idea to exercise this right unless an attorney is present to assist you during any police questioning/interrogation.*