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Law Office of Amy Muth, PLLC - Seattle, WA

1000 Second AvenueSuite 3140 Seattle, WA 98104

Updated: 02/23/2023

Seattle Sex Crimes Law Firm


Attorney Amy Muth represents individuals in criminal investigations, trials, appeals, and post-conviction matters in Washington state and federal courts. A recognized leader in defending Washington sexual assault cases, Ms. Muth has garnered awards and recognition from the Washington Association of Criminal Defense Lawyers (WACDL), Washington Defender Association (WDA), and Washington Law & Politics...

About Law Office of Amy Muth, PLLC

Practice Areas

  • Sex Crimes


  • Washington Defender Association President's Award, 2010
  • WADCL Certificates of Appreciation

Classes and Seminars

  • Creative Motions to Obtain Discovery in Sex Cases, NACDL, 2012
  • WDA Legislative Update, WDA, 2011 - Present
  • RCW 10.58.090: The Conclusion, WACDL, 2012
  • Taking Your Trial Skills to the Next Level, WACDL, 2012
  • Interviewing Child Witnesses in Child Sex Cases, WDA, 2012
  • Protecting Client Confidentiality, WACDL, 2010
  • Child Counseling in Sexual Abuse and Domestic Violence Cases (CLD program co-chair), WDA, 2010
  • State v. A.N.J. and New Ethical Obligations in Sex Cases, WDA, 2010
  • Child Sexual Abuse Case Law and Strategies, Northwest Innocence Project, 2009
  • State v. Magers and the Cycle of Domestic Violence, WDA & Associated Counsel for the Accused, 2008

Pro Bono Activities

  • Washington Association of Criminal Defense Lawyers Legislative Committee Co-Chair, 2005 - 2011




  • Catlin Gibson, Paralegal
  • Danica Wettland, Office Manager and Intake Specialist


Offers Free Initial Consultation

Accepts Credit Cards

Office Information


1000 Second AvenueSuite 3140 Seattle, WA 98104


  • 206-267-0349

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