Howard Stanton Stein has been practicing law for over 30 years in Washington State. He has experience as a prosecutor, defense attorney, attorney fighting for those who have been injured and as a judge pro tem.
He also teaches other attorneys as a faculty member with some of the very best legal education groups in the country. He is currently on the Faculty of the National College for DUI Defense where he teaches Metrology, the science of measurement. He is also a member of the American Academy of Forensic Scientist.
Howard started his career as a as an assistant prosecuting attorney in Pierce County in 1983. Since then he has gone on to successfully represent his hundreds of clients in felony and misdemeanor cases. His emphasis is on cases involving scientific evidence often involving motor vehicles.
He has successfully defended individuals charged with DUI, Vehicular Assault as well as Reckless Driving, Hit and Run and Driving While Suspended. Mr. Stein has appeared in numerous municipal, county and state courts as well as winning cases before the Washington State Supreme Court.
Every day Howard takes pride in providing his clients with solid, clear advice. He represents each of his clients as if his life depended upon it. Howard understand that a person charged with a crime usually isn’t a bad person and that they need a loyal, hardworking attorney who will fight for them and always keep their best interest in mind.
Over the years, Howard has learned a lot about the mechanisms of accidents, injuries and illnesses. He works with his clients, professional investigators, physicians and other experts to understand everything about a client’s situation. This way he is able to give the highest quality advice and representation to the people who have retained him.
- J.D. (1983), Seattle University School of Law (formerly University of Puget Sound) – Seattle, WA
- B.A., Creative Writing (1977), University of Colorado – Boulder, CO
- Admitted to Washington State Supreme Court
- Admitted to U.S. District Court, Western Division
- Admitted to the American Academy of Forensic Scientists
- Judge Pro Tem, King County District Court
- Member, Washington State Bar Association
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