Anne Bremner is a trial attorney focusing on practice areas such as civil rights, catastrophic loss litigation, and criminal law. She is one of the most recognized legal analysts in the US. She is in legal practice for the past 35 years. She specializes in prosecuting sex crimes and has successfully tried more than two hundred cases.
She has served as lead counsel for many highly-publicized court cases. She worked as a Prosecuting Attorney for the Criminal Division of the King County Prosecutor’s Office in Seattle during the period 1983-1988.
As a legal analyst, she regularly contributes on TV, cable, and major networks such as Fox, CBS, NBC, MSNBC, Bloomberg TV, BBC, GMTV Europe, and others. She is also known for giving numerous speeches in the U.S. and also internationally. She has earned recognition in the legal circles.
She established Anne Bremner, PC in 2012. It helps her focus on her litigation, criminal law, and legal analyst work. She also works as Special Counsel for a Seattle law firm, Frey Buck.
Seattle magazine and Seattle Metropolitan magazine have voted her numerous times as one of the best lawyers. Seattle magazine also named her in Top 25 most influential people in Seattle list. In 2003, Washington Law & Politics named her as one of the 25 Smartest People in Washington State.
She served as a counsel and spokesperson for The Friends of Amanda Knox. She has also represented the family of Susan Cox Powell. Her other clients include the Fidelity National Financial, illusionist David Copperfield, police departments, Howard S. Wright Construction, the Olympic Pipeline Co., Lease Crutcher Lewis, the state patrol, the border patrol, and over thirty judges.
She has been highly successful in court. Her clients admire her ability to think strategically and communicate with absolute clarity. She has the ability to see the simple truths. She is fierce, fearless, and speaks with authority.
She completed B.A. with honors from Stanford in 1980. Later, she went to the Seattle University Law School in 1982, the National College of District Attorneys in Texas in 1985, and the Gerry Spence Trial Lawyers College in Wyoming in 2001.
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