Stephen W. Hayne

Stephen W. Hayne

3326 160th Ave SE, Suite 215
Bellevue, WA 98008

Phone: 425-450-6800

Website: theduifirm.com

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About Stephen W. Hayne

Mr. Hayne has emphasized criminal defense for over 30 years and has been named a Super Lawyer every year since 1998, has been listed by U.S. News as One of America’s Best Lawyers, was voted One of Washington’s Top Ten Trial Lawyers in a survey of judges, is the recipient of the highest award in criminal defense; the William O. Douglas Award For extraordinary courage and dedication in the practice of criminal law, and has been named one of Seattle’s Best Lawyers by Seattle Magazine numerous times. He has been a featured speaker at over 50 seminars. Founding member and immediate past president of the Washington Assoc. of Criminal Defense Lawyers, and former chair of the Criminal Law Sections of Washington State Bar Association, Washington State Trial Lawyers Association, and the King County Bar Association.


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