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Matthew Zenner has been an associate attorney with Stewart MacNichols Harmell, Inc., P.S. since September 2016. He has represented hundreds of criminal defendants in courts all throughout King County and Pierce County. He represents clients charged with misdemeanor and felony crimes. He also represents clients with civil protection order cases.
Types of Cases:
Theft; Robbery; Burglary; Forgery; Identity Theft
Drug; VUCSA; Possession Drug Paraphenalia
Driving Under the Influence (DUI); Physical Control; Reckless Driving
Prior to joining Stewart MacNichols Harmell, Inc., P.S, Matthew practiced family law and represented clients in divorce, child custody, and adoption cases.
He graduated magna cum laude from Seattle University School of Law and has practiced law in Washington since 2015.
Matthew is a U.S. Army veteran and served one tour in Iraq from 2007 to 2008 with the 4th Stryker Brigade Combat Team out of Ft. Lewis, WA. He served as an interrogator and human intelligence collector with Arabic language abilities. He is a former instructor at the US Army Human Intelligence Collector Course. He was honorably discharged from the military in 2009 and used his post-9/11 G.I. Bill to go to college and law school.
Here is what some clients have said about Matthew Zenner:
“I am sure most attorneys would have convinced us to take a plea bargain. Thanks to his counsel and expert (super hero-like) qualities, I was found not guilty of 3 counts of assault in the 4th degree. My family and I can now move on with our lives and put the nightmare of this terrible experience behind us. Super heroes come in many forms.” Review on Avvo
“Mr. Zenner, possesses an absolute power because he isn't playing one game, he's playing many. And when your life is on the line as mine was, Mr. Zenner is your only hope in a system that couldn't care, doesn't care and refuses to care. Mr. Zenner is an absolute WINNER” Review on Avvo
J.D. Law, Seattle University School of Law, Seattle, Washington, 2014
B.A. Political Science, University of Arizona, Tucson, Arizona, 2011