Walla Walla County, Washington Criminal Lawyers
Walla Walla criminal defense lawyer, Mr. McCool has had the privilege of handling criminal cases over 37 years making them some of the best in town. If you are facing charges for a criminal offense, whether it be petty crimes such as a traffic violation or a more serious offense, this is the firm to seek out. With years of experience on his side you can trust that you will receive the dedication you deserve fighting for your case. Learn more about this by visiting their website or calling their office for a consultation. ...
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Mr. LaMusga has represented clients with issues involving family law, criminal defense, business formation, estate planning, probate, Indian law, Social Security Disability, and general civil litigation. He focuses on representing individuals in difficult and trying situations because he finds representing people through some of their most challenging life experiences to be rewarding. Asa seeks amicable resolution where possible in order to reduce conflict and costs while obtaining the best possible results for his clients, but he also enjoys litigation in order to hold others accountable when they fail to do the right thing. Mr. LaMusga is licensed to practice...
710 George Washington Way
Richland, WA 99352
Richland, WA 99352
Gary Metro graduated with his J.D. from the University of Oregon School of Law. He started practicing law in the Silicon Valley and Los Angeles, defending individuals charged with felonies and misdemeanors. In 2006, Gary moved to Eastern Washington and continued to focus on practicing criminal defense. He has successfully defended numerous clients against charges such as domestic violence, DUI, murder, and those facing life in prison without parole. His past clients have included high-profile individuals, such as Hollywood producers and major league baseball players. To speak with Gary about your charges, call Metro Law Firm for a free consultation.
After growing up in Oregon, I moved to the East Coast where I attended the University of Virginia and graduated with a major in Political Science and a double minor in Latin American Studies and Spanish Language. After college, I spent six months in South America and studied the language and had an internship with Habitat For Humanity in La Paz, Bolivia. Upon returning home, I graduated from University of Richmond School of Law with cum laude distinction. Upon moving to Washington I had an internship with the Pierce County Prosecutor’s Office and worked in the...