Scott E. Wonder

Scott E. Wonder

Goddard Wetherall Wonder PSC

155 108th AVE NE STE 700
Bellevue, WA 98004

Phone: 425-453-9200


Sustaining Member

About Scott E. Wonder

Scott uses his forensic science knowledge, cutting-edge courtroom communication techniques, zealous advocacy, and comprehensive investigative practices to provide priceless representation and aggressively defend drivers accused of misdemeanor and felony charges including DUI, other alcohol or drug related driving crimes, domestic violence charges, and drug offenses in Washington state and federal courts. Scott practices his craft state-wide with offices and legal relationships throughout the state of Washington. Although Scott’s primary practice area is state and federal courts in King, Snohomish, Pierce and Kittitas Counties, Scott regularly rides “circuit” throughout the state.

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