Gross Misdemeanors Attorney Tacoma

Gross misdemeanors are minor offenses compared to felonies, but can still garner severe consequences. Consult with the Gross Misdemeanors Attorney in Tacoma at Eagle Law Offices, P.S. for the most current laws and regulations regarding your individual situation.

We provide legal counsel and representation throughout Washington. Eagle Law Offices, P.S. has vast experience representing clients in criminal, family and estate planning legal matters. This has allowed our law firm to establish and maintain associates within the legal fraternity to benefit you with the specifics of your case.

Learn more by calling Eagle Law Offices, P.S. to speak to our Gross Misdemeanors Attorney in Tacoma at 1-877-579-0650. You may also contact us by email or fax. We offer a complimentary telephone consultation and private conferences by appointment and retainer or flat fees for your convenience.


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