Jon Scott Fox

Jon Scott Fox

3326 160th Ave., SE, Ste. 215
Bellevue, WA 98008

Phone: 425-274-9190

Website: http://www.duidefense.com

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About Jon Scott Fox

A founding member of both the National College for DUI Defense and the Washington Association of Criminal Defense Attorneys, Jon has been a DUI defense lawyer for the past 30 years. A fierce advocate for his clients, he is well known for his use of imaginative demonstrative evidence in DUI trials and creative trial tactics. He has lectured about DUI defense trial tactics in Washington, California, Florida, South Carolina, Nevada, Hawaii, Alaska and Massachusettes and is past chair of the Crim Law Section of the Washington State Bar. Author of Washington States foremost DUI defense Webpage, www.Duidefense.com and co-author of the authoritative treatise, Defending DUIs in Washington, (Lexis Publishing).


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