Attorney Phil Weinberg - Snohomish County / King County Criminal Defense Attorney | Drunk Driving, DUI / Assault / DV LawyerKing County Defense Attorney

Experienced, Accessible Assault / Domestic Violence (DV) Defense Attorney & Drunk Driving / DUI Defense Lawyer Serving the King County, Washington Area

If you’re facing charges for Assault / DV or Drunk Driving / DUI in King County you may be experiencing a number of undesirable side effects and consequences that can impact you both now and in the future. For over 25 years, Attorney Phil Weinberg of Evergreen Criminal Defense has consistently obtained outstanding results for his clients in and around King County, Washington. If you need effective legal representation for your Assault / DV, DUI or other criminal charge; Call Evergreen Criminal Defense at (206) 624-1662.

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Effective King County Criminal Defense Attorney

It is crucial that you take action immediately if you’ve been charged – or think you might be charged – with a crime in King County.

Why should you call Phil?

  • Free initial consultation and case evaluation
  • Over 25 years of criminal defense experience in Washington
  • Personalized service for your unique situation
  • A tactful but relentless approach to your case

Don’t delay, call (206) 624-1662 today. Having a dedicated advocate on your side as soon as possible can make a substantial difference in the outcome of your case.

Practice Areas

Free Initial Consultation

Have you been charged with Assault / DV, DUI or another crime in King County? Call Evergreen Criminal Defense at (206) 624-1662 to schedule a free no-risk legal consultation and case evaluation. Attorney Phil Weinberg understands that your situation is unique. He will listen patiently as you describe what happened before offering his honest opinion of how he can help. Phil cares about his clients’ legal rights.

About King County Courts & Arrests

King County Superior Courts (located in Seattle & Kent) focus primarily on felony cases. Auburn, Bellevue, Burien, Issaquah, Kent, Redmond, Seattle and Shoreline District Courts handle misdemeanors and gross misdemeanors.

Superior Courts:

King County Superior Court
516 3rd Ave.
Seattle, WA 98104

Maleng Regional Justice Center (MRJC)
401 4th Ave. N
Kent, WA 98032

District Courts:

Auburn District Court
340 E Main St. 101
Auburn, WA 98002

Bellevue District Court
1309 114th Ave. SE, Suite 100
Bellevue, WA 98004

Burien District Court
601 SW 149th St.
Burien, WA 98166

Issaquah District Court
5415 220th Ave. SE
Issaquah, WA 98029

Kent District Court
401 4th Ave. N
Kent, WA 98032

Redmond District Court
8601 160th Ave. NE
Redmond, WA 98052

Seattle District Court
516 Third Ave., Room E-327
Seattle, WA 98104

Shoreline District Court
18050 Meridian Ave. N
Shoreline, WA 981333

How it works

At the arraignment hearing; the plea you enter should always be “Not Guilty”; regardless of the details and circumstances of your case. At this hearing, prosecutors will often request that the judge require strict release conditions such as bail or an Ignition Interlock Device (in the case of DUI). An experienced King County defense attorney can frequently avoid these conditions, especially on first-time offenses.

Pretrial Conferences; also called Pretrial Hearings (aka PTR); are the next step. Most cases have several PTR’s before they are resolved or set for trial. If the prosecutor presents an acceptable plea bargain (plea deal), the case can be concluded at a PTR. Throughout this process, your defense attorney will be investigating and gathering any evidence relevant to your case.

If a case is not resolved at a pretrial hearing (“PTR”); your attorney will likely make pretrial motions. Depending on the facts and laws surrounding your case, there are several pretrial motions that can have a significant impact on your defense.

Many cases do not go to trial – a last resort due to risk and cost. You may decide to proceed to trial if, for example, the prosecution has not offered an acceptable plea deal or if a conviction would cause considerable damage to your career or personal life.