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A DUI arrest can result in loss of license, hefty fines and even jail time. Let us create a custom DUI defense strategy for you!


Domestic Violence?

Domestic violence charges damage your reputation & cost you time with family.  We’ll create a custom defense strategy.


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A sex crime accusation can be devastating. Let us create a custom defense strategy today to restore your good name.



Seattle area residents and visitors charged with a crime will need the help of a Seattle criminal defense attorney who has a record of winning similar cases and successfully guiding clients through the often-baffling Washington criminal justice system. Kevin Trombold and his criminal defense staff work quickly and thoroughly to investigate criminal cases and to protect and defend clients.

Our attorneys represent clients who have been charged with:

  • Arson
  • Assault and battery
  • Criminal threats
  • Domestic violence
  • DUI
  • Drug possession
  • Drug sales
  • Gang Crimes
  • Juvenile Crimes
  • Kidnapping
  • Child endangerment
  • Child pornography
  • Child molestation
  • Indecent exposure
  • Rape
  • Burglary
  • Robbery
  • Gun crimes
  • Embezzlement
  • Fraud
  • Forgery

Don’t risk your freedom and resources with an untested attorney. With more than twenty years of experience and a reputation for excellence recognized by judges, prosecutors, and his peers, Kevin Trombold and his staff consistently win not guilty verdicts, dismissals, and reduced charges for clients.


Crimes in Washington can be categorized as either a felony or misdemeanor. Felonies are designated as class A, B or C, while misdemeanors can either be regular misdemeanors or gross misdemeanors depending on the crime that was committed.

A misdemeanor is the least serious crime that can be committed in Washington and is usually punishable by up to 90 days in jail and a fine of $1,000. On the other hand, class A felonies are the most serious crimes that can be committed in Washington. Class A felonies are punishable by up to life in prison, a fine of up to $50,000 or both.

The only crime that is more serious than a class A felony is aggravated first degree murder. If you are convicted of aggravated first degree murder in Washington state, you may face the death penalty.

Don’t put your future in the hands of an inexperienced attorney or public defender. Call the experienced Seattle criminal defense attorneys at the Law Offices of Kevin Trombold after you have been arrested or charged with a crime. Don’t make any important legal decisions until you have consulted with one of our knowledgeable attorneys to discuss what options are available to you.


A criminal conviction can destroy your freedom and your future and devastate your family. If you are charged with a crime – whether rightly or wrongly – you will need an experienced Seattle criminal defense attorney to protect your legal rights and defend you against the charge. Attorney Kevin Trombold has represented hundreds of defendants facing criminal charges in Seattle, Everett, Tacoma, and across the state of Washington. If you are charged with driving under the influence, domestic violence, a theft or robbery, a drug crime, or a weapons crime in the Seattle area, contact the Law Offices of Kevin Trombold as quickly as possible. Attorney Kevin Trombold understands from experience that good people make mistakes, and he offers the sound advice and aggressive defense representation those people need. He is committed to communicating candidly and clearly with clients and bringing each client’s case to its best possible conclusion.


If you are arrested, you will most likely be handcuffed, put into a police car and taken to the police station. If the officer plans on questioning you, then he is legally required to read you your Miranda rights before doing so. But, even before they read you your Miranda rights, they are allowed to use anything that you say against you in court. That’s why it’s always best to stay silent when dealing with law enforcement officers and exercise your right to an attorney.

The urge to assist one’s fellow man is understandable. After all, it’s part of human nature to want to be helpful.  But when the person asking for “your help and cooperation” is a police officer, you may want to think twice – and then, while you’re thinking it over, call your lawyer.  Often law enforcement officers will use that natural instinct you have “to help,” to facilitate their investigation of you.  In short, officer friendly may not be so friendly after all.

The best advice that any attorney can give you is to remain silent when you are being questioned or investigated by law enforcement officers. Wait until you have contacted an experienced Seattle criminal defense attorney at the Law Offices of Kevin Trombold before you talk to police.

The goal for police is often to try and get you talking while you’re off guard or nervous, instead of taking the time to gather your thoughts and consult legal counsel. Law enforcement would like nothing more than for you to either incriminate yourself or say something that isn’t true (even if you made an honest mistake) – either of which allows them to leverage possible criminal charges against you in order to get what they want.

If you have been arrested, the first thing you should do is contact the Law Offices of Kevin Trombold to speak with our team of Seattle criminal defense attorneys.


Remember, if you are being charged with a crime, you are given the benefit of the doubt until the prosecution can prove that you are guilty.

“Beyond a reasonable doubt” means that the prosecution must present a solid, convincing case to prove that you committed the crime. Being arrested does not lead to an automatic conviction, so don’t give up hope once you have been taken to the police station and charged with a crime.

The team of Seattle criminal defense attorneys at the Law Offices of Kevin Trombold will stand by you through the entire legal process to defend your rights and fight for the best possible outcome for your case.


Kevin Trombold serves the Seattle area with a spirit of service to the community through his diligent work for clients throughout the state of Washington. If you are arrested and charged with a crime, don’t plead guilty, and don’t try to act as your own attorney. Far too much is at risk. Instead, contact the Law Offices of Kevin Trombold by calling 206-382-9200 as quickly as possible for a no-cost initial consultation.


Here are some of Kevin Trombold’s case results.

Below are are just a few examples of our how we’ve fought for justice and prevailed.

Assault Charges Dropped

An Assault and Harassment case was a strange one. Kevin was able to go to [...]

DUI Charges Dismissed

A DUI case Kevin got re-sentenced was from a 2009 case that had to be [...]

Domestic Dispute Exonerated

A domestic violence assault case between a child and step-parent. Kevin worked in depth with [...]

Prosecutor Drops Domestic Violence Charges

A domestic violence assault between two housemates. The two argued with a couple other people [...]

More Case Results

Trombold Law Scholarship – $500


The $500 Kevin Trombold Scholarship was established by a successful Seattle WA criminal law attorney who wants to help qualified college students to further their college education. Mr. Trombold understands that paying for college is a big challenge in the 21st century, and he is pleased to offer this annual $500 scholarship each spring.

Are you a highly motivated high school or college student? Then this $500 scholarship could be a great fit for you! This award is available to current high school students, current college students and students who may be transferring to another university. We welcome any major, and encourage applicants from disadvantaged backgrounds and minority candidates to apply. We strongly believe that disadvantaged socioeconomic status should never be an obstacle to completing a college education!

In the words of scholarship co-founder Kevin Trombold, “Getting a quality education is the surest way to live a productive and rewarding life, and I am honored to offer this $500 scholarship to the selected winner.”

Eligibility Requirements

We welcome applications from current high school and college students who meet these criteria:

  • You are a US citizen or US permanent resident.
  • You are between 17-50 years old.
  • You are a current high school or college student who is or will attend college full or part time.
  • You have an active email address.

Essay Topics & Submission Types

All applicants for the Kevin Trombold $500 Scholarship must write a high quality essay on one of these subjects:

  • What was the bravest moment of your life?
  • If you had an hour left on the planet, what would you do?
  • What is something you really love to make?
  • What is the worst thing that someone ever said to you?
  • If you could change something about yourself, what would it be?

Essay Submission Instructions

For your essay submission to be considered, it has to follow these guidelines:

  • Be 1,000 to 3,000 words
  • Be typed and single spaced in a Microsoft Word document
  • Contain no spelling or grammatical errors
  • Be 100% unique and by you

Video Essay Alternative

You also may submit a video essay that is 3-10 minutes long. Please have your full name in the title or file name, and email the video link to the submission email address below. Audio and video quality is an important component of your video submission.

Winner Selection & Recognition

The winner of this $500 scholarship will be chosen within 7 days of the closing of the application period. We will inform the winner by email.


Receiving this $500 award is a major accomplishment, and we will prominently promote your award on our corporate website with your name, photo and bio.

We encourage you to make the most of this announcement on our website. It is a major honor and achievement to receive this scholarship, and it is something that can make your resume and future college and job applications stand out.

Having concrete awards and scholarships can really open doors for you later in life! You can also share the link on your Facebook page, include it on your resume and even include it on future job applications.

Application Deadline

Submissions for the Kevin Trombold $500 scholarship will be accepted from August 08 until November 15, 2016.

Do you need more information about this scholarship, or do you still have questions? Please send an email to: Please use this subject line: “Kevin Trombold  Scholarship  Inquiry.” We look forward to your inquiries and thank you for your interest!

Essay Directions

  1. Please review the scholarship eligibility criteria.
  2. Select an essay topic.
  3. Do your written or video submission.
  4. Follow the submission guidelines carefully.
  5. Submit your essay or video.
  6. Share your application submission on your social media profiles.
  7. Watch your email inbox for announcements for the winner.
  8. Please send your submission to this email address: Your application submission must include your name, age, phone number, and your city and state of residence.

Commonly Asked Questions

If I win, how will I receive the scholarship?
Certified U.S. mail.

Can I submit more than one entry?

No. Only one entry per person will be accepted.

Will my video be judged negatively if it is not 10 minutes long?

No. Videos need only meet the minimum requirement of 3 minutes. If you are able to convey your response to the topic in 3 minutes, that is acceptable and it will be judged only according to the content.

Do I need to cite the sources I used for my essay?

No. Essays are not required to include a works cited or references page, however, a plagiarism audit will be conducted. Only original works will be accepted.

  • It is a general rule of thumb when conducting research to keep track of sources found and used. However, as part of applying for the scholarship, we do not require each submission be accompanied by a works cited page but, we do require each applicant keep and maintain an accurate record of sources used.

What if I want to revise and re-submit my entry?

If you submit your essay early and later want to revise it and re-submit, you may do so as along as it before the deadline, 11-15-2016 at 12:00AM EST. Or, if you accidentally send an older draft of your essay and realize it later, you also may re-submit before the deadline. 1 resubmission max.

What if I don’t have an e-mail address?

If you do not have an e-mail address, there are free services available to you i.e. Yahoo and Gmail.
If you have any additional questions, e-mail them to: with the subject “Kevin Trombold Scholarship Inquiry.”

Apply Today!