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Antone Alfred Weber

Antone Alfred Weber

Experienced, Professional Traffic Attorney
  • Traffic Tickets
  • Washington
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After over 10 years of practice for a large law firm as their primary courtroom infractions attorney, I have represented over five thousand client's cases throughout Western Washington. The majority of those cases were either dismissed or otherwise kept from my client's driving records. In 2016 I left that firm to focus on a solo practice. My focus on this single area of law has given me a deep understanding of the relevant law, police procedures, courtroom procedures and the judges and prosecutors whom I appear before. Having not entered the practice of law until my 40s, I feel that my prior experiences as a professional truck and delivery driver are a great asset in understanding the needs of not only professional drivers, but of the average driver as well.

As an experienced traffic attorney, my duty as your counsel is to not only understand my client's feeling as to the rightness of their receiving the citation, but also to realistically understand and discuss all the possible impacts on them. What an experienced traffic attorney can do is to not only realistically assess the possibilities of a challenge being successful, but to know of what other options in that particular court may be available and how to get them. I take the term "Counselor" very seriously indeed.

As much as I love what I do, I also feel that maintaining a balance in a person’s life helps with their ability to be most effective with their profession. As a child growing up in Eastern Oregon I developed a love for activities in the great outdoors, which I maintain to this day. I also have a love of travel, having spent time traveling throughout the Western US, Australia, New Zealand, Southwest and South Asia and Europe. I have lived overseas for several years after high school, along with Lake Tahoe for 5 years, Alaska for 20 years and now have lived in Seattle since 2001.

Practice Area
    Traffic Tickets
    Suspended License
  • Free Consultation
    Up to a half hour discussing your Washington case.
  • Rates, Retainers and Additional Information
    Most traffic cases are done on a flat fee basis.
Jurisdictions Admitted to Practice
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Professional Experience
Of Counsel
Lombino Martino, P.S.
Seattle University School of Law
J.D. (2004) | Law
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University of Alaska - Anchorage
B.A. (2001) | Political Science
Honors: Political Science Honor Society, Deans List
Activities: NW MLAS, AK MUN
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University of Alaska - Anchorage
B.A. (2001) | History
Honors: History Honor Society, Deans List
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Professional Associations
Washington State Bar  # 36143
- Current
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Websites & Blogs
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Legal Answers
1 Questions Answered
Q. I was involved in a minor rear end accident, I was at fault. It was at a stop sign and I was three cars back.
A: Did you call in and report the accident between when you left the scene and when the officer called you in the evening? If not, why not? By not doing so, you committed hit and run. The policy behind the law is if someone in one vehicle is injured, someone in the other vehicle should summon help. A second reason is that someone driving under the influence may leave the scene to buy time to sober up in an attempt to avoid a DUI. No matter that the OP said that they were calling the State Patrol (Twice), you should have done so yourself, or waited for them to show up. (There may be a slow response time to a non-injury accident) From the scene if you had a cell phone. If not, as soon as you reached anywhere with a phone. So, you have been told that you will be charged with Hit and Run Attended(someone in the other vehicle), A gross misdemeanor (criminal charge) with up to 364 days in jail and $5000 fine. Understand that it is serious, and you may come out of it with a criminal record. Your best course is to hire an attorney. They may find a way to challenge your charge outright, and if not, they have skill and experience in negotiating a result that has the least impact on you. Talk to attorneys local to the court where your ticket will be heard. If in Yakima, then Yakima/Clu Elum/Ellensberg are. Somewhere near Seattle, then from somewhere near Seattle. You will get a court date notice in the mail. Make sure that your address with DOL is current. If you get nothing in a few weeks, call the court and ask. If you miss your court date, a warrant will be issued for your arrest. Good luck
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Contact & Map
Antone A Weber Law Office
1700 Westlake Ave N.
Suite 200
Seattle, WA 98109
Telephone: (206) 816-9110