John R. Crowley, Attorney
The Crowley Law Firm has office locations in Seattle, Washington and at Eagle Harbor on Bainbridge Island, Washington. We are an established, very successful and progressive law firm representing clients charged with drug offenses such as, conspiracy to manufacture drugs, marijuana grow operations, delivery of controlled substances, sex offenses such as rape of a child and child molestation, and serious violent felony offenses such as domestic violence, assault including stabbings and shootings, murder, manslaughter, kidnapping, drive-by shootings and gang crimes, robbery and 3-strikes offenses. We accept cases in all federal courts and all courts throughout the state of Washington with very aggressive and high quality legal representation no matter how difficult the case or how high the stakes for the client.
After first working at United States Department of Justice and then as a prosecutor for 7 years, John Crowley founded The Crowley Law Firm in 1997. He has established himself as a very aggressive defense attorney who works hard to make the difference for his clients who are facing any of the serious felony charges described above.
Our firm knows that our clients lives will be drastically altered through the loss of family, loss of income, and the loss of liberty by going to prison if convicted as charged and not otherwise adequately represented.
We really take your interests to heart when we accept representation of your case and will take the greatest of care with your case.
|Admissions:||U.S. District Court Eastern District of Washington 2001|
U.S. District Court Western District of Washington 1997
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