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Seattle Criminal Defense Lawyer

Criminal Defense Attorneys at The Crowley Law Firm defends clients charged with sex crimes, drug crimes, felonies  murder, manslaughter, assault, robbery, burglary, firearms violations, kidnapping, or gang and organized crime violations. More about felony charges here.

We also defend clients against VUCSA (or VUSCA) charges. VUCSA charges are accusations involving Violations of the Uniform Controlled Substances Act and include conspiracy, possession, distribution and manufacturing of illegal drugs or a controlled substance and marijuana growing operations. More about VUCSA and drug charges here.

We have extensive experience defending clients accused of Sex Crimes including child molestation, rape, sexual assault, sexual abuse and rape of a child. More about sex crimes here.

In Washington State, we defend clients in the Seattle-Tacoma, Yakima/Tri-Cities (Pasco-Richland-Kennewick), Spokane, Bellingham, Vancouver and nearby regions. We have extensive experience in defending clients against all Class A, B and C felony cases in all jurisdictions in Washington State and Felonies in Federal Courts throughout The United States. More about federal criminal defense here.

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Regardless of the allegations and evidence against you are entitled to the benefit of legal counsel.

Call 206-621-5700 for an experienced criminal defense lawyer. We offer a free consultation.

VUCSA, sex crimes, drug crimes, felonies

If you or someone you know has been accused or is being investigated for these types of crimes, it is important for you to follow these steps:

  • Contact the Crowley Law Firm using the contact form on this website or call 206-621-5700 for a free initial consultation about the charges.
  • Do not speak to anyone about the nature or details of the charges or accusations. This includes police, prosecutors, friends, family, jail-mates or anyone else. What you say to people may be used against you in court and your statements may not be able to be retracted. Law enforcement officials will not be lenient because you’re being “friendly.”
  • Don’t try to negotiate with anyone about your situation.
  • Do not give consent to anyone to search your home, vehicle, phone or computer without a warrant.
  • Don’t destroy evidence to hide something or leave if you’ve been instructed not to.
  • Under no circumstances should you admit guilt to any crime. In some ways this is the same as waiving the right to a trial, your most basic right if you are being charged with a crime.
  • If you’re in jail, don’t talk about your case over the phone or to anyone else.

The criminal defense attorney you choose will have a large impact on the outcome of your trial! If you need a criminal defense lawyer drug crime lawyer, sex crime lawyer, violent crime lawyer, or a federal defense lawyer, you have options…give John Crowley a call at 206-621-5700. Fill out our Quick Contact form if you requirements are urgent.