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Domestic violence attorney Seattle Tacoma Olympia

Domestic Violence Attorney Seattle, Tacoma, Olympia

If you have been accused of domestic violence in the Seattle, Tacoma, Olympia WA area, you need an attorney right away. Time is not on your side, testimonials change over time and those changes may not go in your favor.

The criminal court system is notoriously tough on domestic violence crimes and treats them all alike, often prosecuting the defendant to the maximum extent of the law. The Horwath Law domestic violence  defense lawyers are fully aware of the course the court takes, and will fight aggressively to protect the defendant’s  rights, future, and freedom. Since there is quite often an emotional history between the two parties, it is imperative that the court is forewarned of the particulars of the case so the judge can reach a fair decision. Our Olympia, Tacoma, Seattle domestic violence lawyers will follow all available avenues to defend you in these difficult cases.

Angela Horwath is an aggressive and experienced Olympia, Tacoma, Seattle domestic violence defense lawyer.


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Angela Horwath has comprehensive experience as a domestic violence attorney and is esteemed in the legal community. She obtained valuable trial experience as a public defender before opening her law firm in 2008.

While at The Department of Assigned Counsel in Pierce County, Washington, she was the Lead Counsel on scores of criminal cases. Angela also instructed several attorneys in criminal law practice. Furthermore, she has authored numerous legal motions and criminal briefs in addition to her extensive trial experience, .

Angela’s private practice is devoted to DUI and domestic violence criminal defense.



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