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Let’s Get Your Life Back

Some of our clients come to us because they are falsely accused of a terrible crime. We’ve responded quickly when our clients are contacted by the police before a prosecution even begins, and through careful but expedient investigation, we’ve been able to avoid the filing of criminal charges in many cases. We’ve gone to trial and won acquittals in serious cases. We’ve also gotten cases dismissed or reduced to much less serious offenses with minimized consequences. Our attorneys have worked with a wide range of investigators and experts over the years who help us develop your case strategy. These include child witness interview experts, forensic medical experts, language experts, and mental health experts.

Other clients come to us because they committed a serious offense and they need help. If you have committed a sex offense, your life is not over. We work closely with you to find the right therapists. We’ve helped clients share difficult information with loved ones and develop a plan for what their life looks like after their case is resolved. We’re proud to say that through our work, our clients have kept the support of loved ones. Your life may look different after a conviction for a sex offense, but it’s not over.

Contact us today if you need legal assistance with any of the following:

  • Sexual Misconduct
  • Domestic Violence Offenses
  • Juvenile Offenses
  • Getting Your Life Back
  • Police And CPS Investigations

We employ a native Spanish speaker who can interpret and translate as needed. Catherine Mitri, our firm’s legal assistant, was born in Honduras and attended bilingual schools in Spanish and English. She has native fluency in both languages and is a graduate of the University of Washington. Catherine also provides us with important cultural perspectives that help us identify the ways in which we can best approach your case. Call 855-952-0013 today to arrange your free initial consultation.

Attorney Amy Muth

Amy Muth represents individuals charged with sex offenses and other serious crimes throughout Washington state and federal courts. Her advocacy for people charged with sex offenses has led to recognition from her peers. She is a Past President of the Washington Association of Criminal Defense Lawyers, past recipient of the Washington Defender Association's President's Award and has been recognized for many years as a Super Lawyer by Washington Law & Politics. Amy is actively involved in legislative reform for people accused of sex offenses. She writes articles and amicus briefs for WACDL and WDA on sex crime issues. She has lectured to lawyers throughout Washington on how to try these challenging cases, and was a featured speaker at the National Association of Criminal Defense Lawyers sex offenses CLE program. Amy also serves on the Legal Committee for ACLU-WA, and writes amicus briefs on behalf of ACLU-WA on juvenile sexual offending issues.

Amy has practiced law in Washington State since 2001, following graduation from Ohio State University College of Law. She graduated summa cum laude from Ohio Wesleyan University in 1997. She is admitted to practice law in the State of Washington, the United States District Court for the Western District of Washington, and the Ninth Circuit Court of Appeals.

A highly skilled and experienced trial lawyer, Amy has tried numerous criminal cases throughout Western Washington. Amy's finely honed, aggressive litigation skills have led to significant case reductions, dismissals, and acquittals. Her practice emphasizes the defense of complex criminal matters, including:

• Adult and Child Sexual Assault
• Domestic Violence Offenses
• Violent Crimes and other complex matters in state and federal courts 

Because of a better understanding of adolescent and juvenile brain development, courts are now required to consider the role that a young adult’s youthfulness played in the offense conduct. Amy and our team take a particular interest in those cases and are skilled in working with experts to develop mitigation for clients aged 18-25, roughly, who are accused of these offenses.


Attorney Jennifer Atwood

Attorney Jennifer Atwood has spent her career representing those accused of crimes in Western Washington. While she has represented adult clients on a wide range of felony and misdemeanor charges, and has achieved dismissals, reductions, and not guilty verdicts in many complex cases, in recent years, Jennifer's practice has focused on juvenile representation. Jennifer previously served as a Senior Attorney with the King County Department of Public Defense in their juvenile division. Jennifer spent many years in and out of court every day representing kids and only kids, which gave her a wide range of experience that she brings to each of her juvenile cases. Jennifer values understanding her young clients and their needs. She has experience working with youths on the autism spectrum or who have mental illnesses, developmental delays, substance abuse disorders, ADD, ADHD, and youths who struggle with their sexual behavior. Jennifer takes a special interest in the emerging research related to juvenile brain development, the impact of trauma on future behavior, and the importance of non-incarceration approaches especially for youthful offenders. Her knowledge and skill in these areas have yielded exceptional outcomes for her young clients.

Jennifer is an equally impressive adult felony attorney. She has attained not guilty verdicts following challenging trials for cases including Assault of a Child; Child Molestation; Rape; Unlawful Imprisonment with Sexual Motivation; Domestic Violence Felony Harassment; and Domestic Violence Court Order Violation. Jennifer's years of experience, superb courtroom skills, and dedication to her clients make her an excellent fit for complex cases and for clients who have complex needs.

Jennifer is a 2001 graduate of Seattle University School of Law, holds a B.A. in English from Seattle University, and is licensed to practice in the State of Washington, the United States District Court for the Western District of Washington, and the Ninth Circuit Court of Appeals.

Jennifer's practice focuses on the following areas:

• All Juvenile Offenses
• Adult and Child Sexual Assault
• Domestic Violence Offenses
• Violent Crimes

Because of a better understanding of adolescent and juvenile brain development, courts are now required to consider the role that a young adult’s youthfulness played in the offense conduct. Jennifer and our team take a particular interest in those cases and are skilled in working with experts to develop mitigation for clients aged 18-25, roughly, who are accused of these offenses.


Attorney Natalie Findley-Wolf

Attorney Natalie Findley-Wolf brings a broad range of experience to our firm. As a former public defender, she spent over a decade defending adults and juveniles accused of misdemeanors and felonies in criminal courts and representing families in dependency proceedings and Child Protective Services (CPS) investigations.  Natalie is a highly experienced trial lawyer and has tried several sexual assault cases that resulted in good outcomes for her clients.

Many of our clients are also parents who find themselves facing the stress and turmoil of a Child Protective Services (CPS) investigation and potential court action, including dependency proceedings, in addition to a criminal investigation. Natalie previously represented clients in dependency proceedings and CPS investigations and can guide you through navigating these related proceedings.

Natalie has successfully advocated for clients with underlying mental health diagnoses or developmental delays that have played a role in their cases. Natalie has worked with several clients with ADD/ADHD, autism spectrum disorder, bipolar disorder, depression, and anxiety. She has worked closely with experts in those fields to prepare mitigation and legal defenses for a wide range of clients.

Natalie is a 2008 graduate of University of California School of Law - Davis, holds a B.A. in English and Journalism from the University of Washington, and is licensed to practice in the State of Washington, the United States District Court for the Western District of Washington, and the Ninth Circuit Court of Appeals.

Natalie’s practice focuses on the following areas:

• All Juvenile Offenses
• Adult and Child Sexual Assault
• Domestic Violence Offenses
• Violent Offenses
• CPS Investigations

Because of a better understanding of adolescent and juvenile brain development, courts are now required to consider the role that a young adult’s youthfulness played in the offense conduct. Our firm takes a particular interest in those cases and are skilled in working with experts to develop mitigation for clients aged 18-25, roughly, who are accused of these offenses.

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