Cassandra Lea Stamm | Seattle Criminal Lawyer
Cassandra Lea Stamm
- Law Office: Law Offices of Cassandra Stamm, PLLC
- Law School: University of Washington School of Law Juris Doctor 1999
- Status: In Good Standing
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When the Government accuses a person of a serious criminal offense, there is no substitute for a skilled, aggressive and committed criminal defense attorney. Cassandra Stamm, principal at the Law Offices of Cassandra Stamm PLLC, is a top-rated criminal defense attorney. Ms. Stamm has successfully defended nearly every type of serious felony offense in local, state and federal cases. With a focus on trial practice, Ms. Stamm has the experience and commitment to fight for favorable results for each of her clients no matter the circumstances. Ms. Stamm's handles each of her cases with the highest degree of attention, effort, and skill. She handles serious criminal cases where the stakes are high. Her clients face serious consequences, beginning with the possible loss of liberty, and including the potential loss of professional licenses, immigration status, and the future career of a promising student. Ms. Stamm is dedicated to aggressively defending her clients with all their important interests in mind.
|University of Washington School of Law||Juris Doctor||Law School||1999|
|University of Washington||Bachelor||Political Science||1996|
|State / Court||Date|
|Ninth Circuit / United States Court of Appeals||2000|
|Western District of Washington / United States District Court||2000|
|Washington State / Supreme Court||1999|
- King County Bar Association, National Association of Criminal Defense Lawyers, Washington Association Of Criminal Defense Lawyers, and Washington Women Lawyers.
Honors & Awards
- Voted Rising Star and Super Lawyer by peer vote as published in Washington Law and Politics.
- "When It's Best to Remain Silent," http://www.kcba.org/newsevents/barbulletin/archive/2010/10-02/article4.aspx
"Limiting Treatment Options: New SSOSA Standards," http://www.seattlecriminalattorney.com/limiting_tx_options_stamm.pdf
"Sex Offender Legislation: One Strike and You May be Out," http://www.seattlecriminalattorney.com/SSOSA_stamm.pdf
"U.S. Supreme Court Developments for Your Motions to Suppress," http://www.seattlecriminalattorney.com/suppression_stamm.pdf
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|Verified Credentials||Date Verified|
|(1999) Licensed as Attorney in Washington. Verified with Washington State Bar Association.||May 03, 2010|
|(1996) Bachelor of Science, University of Washington. Verified with DegreeVerify.||December 30, 2010|
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When It's Best to Remain Silent(2010-05-17 15:50:29)
Officers have no authority to promise not to charge a crime in exchange for cooperation but it is permissible for them to make such promises. A statement given in reliance on such a promise CAN be used against the person making it. As a result, it is almost always best to remain silent.
Limited Treatment Options: SSOSA standards(2010-05-17 15:59:11)
In 2005, the Washington legislature enacted a new law restricting eligibility for the Special Sex Offender Sentencing Alternative ("SSOSA"), increasing the potential unsuspended term of confinement therein, and making both the conditions imposed and the court's supervision thereof more onerous.
Sex Offender Legislation: One Strike and You May be Out(2010-05-17 16:34:39)
In Washington state, the sentencing scheme governing persons convicted of sex offenses potentially creates a "one strike and you're out" for class A sex felonies.
U.S. Supreme Court Developments for Motions to Suppress(2010-05-17 17:02:16)
In 2005, the U.S. Supreme Court handed down eleven cases bearing on motions to suppress evidence and statements due to improper searches and interrogations. The following is a guide to those decisions and their impact on state law.
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