About the Law Office of Dillon Smith

The Law Office of Dillon Smith

Screen Shot 2013-11-28 at 10.01.08 AM
Facing criminal charges? Contact the Law Office of Dillon Smith early!

If you’ve been charged with a crime, the prosecution is working against you. Whether it be a small theft, DUI, domestic violence charge or a serious felony, you need an attorney that understands the charge and has experience with the process.  

  • Small Theft
  • DUI
  • Domestic Violence
  • Other Felonies & Crimes

We accept cash, checks, and all major credit cards.

Our advantages

Skill in negotiation and defense.

The Law Office of Dillon Smith is an established law office focusing on criminal defense. There are many ways to get a favorable outcome in a case. The police may mishandle a case, negotiations with the prosecutor may prove extremely successful, and a “not guilty” verdict by a jury of your peers is also possible. The Law Office of Dillon G. Smith will explore every possibility to get you the best possible outcome to your case.

Convenient, accessible location and services.

This office has handled cases all over the State of Washington, and has a convenient, centralized office location in Seattle on Elliott Avenue next to the Seattle Post Intelligencer Building. The Law Office of Dillon Smith knows how stressful pending criminal charges can be and will do everything possible to mitigate that stress, and get you the best possible outcome to your case.

testimonials

Get Legal Aid Now

Time is NOT on your side.

The Law Office of Dillon G. Smith offers quality, affordable services for all your defense needs. Remember, if you’ve been charged with a crime, time is not on your side. The prosecution is already moving against you. Call The Law Office of Dillon G. Smith as soon as possible to schedule a free consultation about your case. Get an attorney on your side now that will fight for you through the process. The faster you get this office on board, the better your chances at a favorable outcome.

Call The Law Office of Dillon G. Smith today.