Compassionate, Aggressive Legal Representation
With Casey Stamm, you can expect a fearless defense attorney intensely devoted to advocating on behalf of her clients. I have an incredibly strong background in criminal trial and appellate practice, and I have been recognized repeatedly for my acumen in these areas. Likewise, I have successfully defended lawyers and judges accused of misconduct for over 20 years.
Dedicated To Helping Those Who Need It Most
I have lived in the Pacific Northwest all of my life and attended both undergraduate and law school at the University of Washington. I began my legal career with stints at both the Federal Public Defender for the Western District of Washington and the King County Defender Association. Over the years, I have worked closely with the legal community’s most highly regarded, skilled and experienced defense attorneys. With them and standing alone, I have honed my skills, handling numerous complex, serious and high-profile cases in a highly aggressive, careful and attentive manner.
I continue to focus my practice on highly complex and serious matters with an emphasis on criminal appeals and post-conviction proceedings as well as judicial and attorney discipline. I have handled all manner of criminal cases in local, juvenile, state and federal courts. Highlights of my practice in these areas include:
- Securing appellate victories in the 9th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals
- Collaboratively forcing the release of an innocent man convicted in one of the now-infamous Wenatchee sex-ring prosecutions
- Obtaining not guilty verdicts in numerous misdemeanor cases of all kinds as well as felony cases alleging serious violent and sex offenses
- Three times collaboratively winning life sentences for clients previously sentenced to death
I have been named to the Rising Stars and Super Lawyers lists by vote of my peers in Washington Law & Politics magazine, recognized by the Washington Supreme Court’s Capital Counsel Panel as qualified to handle death penalty cases, and rated Superb (10.0 out of 10.0) on Avvo. I am frequently invited to speak at continuing legal education seminars and often teach aspects of trial advocacy to my colleagues. I have also published several articles regarding Washington’s sex offense laws as well as constitutional law. I have also taught Advanced Criminal Procedure at Seattle University School of Law.
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My practice also includes disciplinary inquiries directed toward judges, lawyers and bar applicants, especially where such are based on criminal allegations or convictions. Contact my firm at 888-613-4404 today.