Robert J. Ault

Robert J. Ault

Veitch Ault Defense

2122 112th Avenue NE
Bellevue, WA 98004

Phone: 425-452-1600


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About Robert J. Ault

Robert J. Ault is the co-founder and managing partner of Veitch Ault Defense. A longtime resident of King County, Rob grew up in Bellevue and graduated from the University of Washington before spending a year with AmeriCorps. Rob graduated with his law degree from the Seattle University School of Law, during which time he also worked in the King County Prosecutor's Office for Victim Assistance. Prior to practicing with Veitch Ault Defense, Rob worked at the Association of Attorneys for the Accused, providing representation for all types of criminal charges. Rob then entered private practice where his primary focus has been defending those accused of DUI and other serious traffic offenses. During his legal career, he has received many awards and accolades for his criminal defense practice. Contact Rob today to discuss your criminal defense case!

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