Law Office of Chloe Alyn
3326 160th Ave. SE. Ste. 215, Bellevue Washington 98008


(206) 617-8220


Criminal & DUI Defense Attorney: serving Seattle, King County & surrounding counties

This is when Experience Matters…

Washington State Criminal Defense & DUI Attorney

Our Services


An effective DUI defense requires knowledge of case law in order to contest the stop, and knowledge of state and administrative statutes to contest the blood or breath test. This area of law is highly technical and requires an experienced attorney.


Superior representation on Felonies, Strike Offenses, Misdemeanors, Crimes of Violence, Domestic Violence, Sex Offenses, Drug Possession- Possession with Intent to Deliver- Manufacturing, Theft, and More…


Traffic Infractions affect your insurance rates for years.  Invest in your future.  Let us challenge your tickets in an effort to reduce your driving points and insurance costs for years to come. 


Temporary or Permanent No Contact Orders can be devastating for employment, family and relationships.  Whether you are a Petitioner or a Respondent we are here to help you navigate the legal system. 

You need an experienced criminal defense attorney on your side.


  • Felony Charges
  • Misdemeanor Charges
  • DUI Defense
  • Domestic Violence Charges
  • Protection Order Hearings
  • Traffic Infractions

Licensed to Practice Law in both Washington and Florida

“It’s nice having an attorney who sees you as more than “just another client.” Very knowledgeable, professional, personable, and straightforward. She was able to get some charges dropped and made a very dark, rough process as painless as possible for me. God forbid I ever needed a criminal defense attorney again she would be the one I went with. She also did some absolutely incredible work for a friend of mine. If you’re in need of a lawyer, get in contact with Chloé. Let her work her magic for you, I promise you won’t regret it. Wayne A.


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No Case is too big or too small…

Attorney Chloe Alyn has spent the past 20 years developing relationships with Judges, Prosecutors, Probation Officers, Case Managers, Court Staff, Jail Guards, Bail Bonds, and Interpreters.  She spent 11 of those years in-the-trenches as a Public Defender, learning the law and sharpening her legal skills as a compassionate and tough advocate for her many clients.

The Prosecutor’s Office has almost unlimited resources working in orchestrated concert to convict you: trained officers, lab technicians, crime scene investigators, social workers, and victim’s advocates.  These witnesses are all highly trained to collect evidence against you, and to effectively testify against you.

When facing a criminal charge, you MUST level the playing field with an experienced attorney.  Call our office today to see how we can help you.

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Have You Been Charged with a Felony or a Misdemeanor?

DUI Defense

When you are charged with a DUI, it is imperative to hire an attorney with a strong grasp of case law, administrative law, and scientific knowledge of the breath test machine.  DUI cases are incredibly complicated and technical…


Domestic Violence

Domestic Violence convictions carry a number of collateral consequences from the loss of your right to possess a firearm to restraining orders keeping you from future contact with a loved one.  It is important to know your rights…

Drug Charges

Drug charges can be either felony or misdemeanor charges, depending on the actual drug and amount possessed.  Possession with Intent to Deliver,  Delivery of Substances, or Manufacturing of Substances in violation of the Uniform Controlled Substances Act is always a felony…

You need an experienced criminal defense attorney on your side.


  • Felony Charges
  • Misdemeanor Charges
  • DUI Defense
  • Domestic Violence Charges
  • Protection Order Hearings
  • Traffic Infractions
Frequently Asked Questions
I have been stopped by a police officer. Can I ask for an attorney?

Absolutely!  You may not technically be entitled to an attorney until you are under formal arrest, but you should ask for one.  It may provide a basis to suppress evidence in your case if an attorney is not promptly provided, and it will give you the opportunity to speak to an attorney who can tell you the right thing to do in your specific situation. 

I was stopped for a DUI and refused to take the Breath Test. What will happen now?

As a general rule, the penalties for refusing a lawful request for a breath test mean an increase in jail time, license suspension, and fines.   Every case is different, so you will want to talk to an attorney before you make the decision on whether to take the breath test.  Sometimes not providing the police with additional information will be in your best interest, and sometimes taking the breath test is the best way to go.  Only an experienced attorney can help you make that decision, before you make a costly mistake.

I was stopped for a DUI. Will my license be suspended?

Yes, anywhere for 90 days to 4 years depending on the offense.  You must request an administrative DOL hearing within 7 days of the incident date to contest this suspension.  Please keep in mind that the administrative hearing is separate from any hearing that occurs in criminal court.  Even if you win the administrative DOL hearing, and are subsequently convicted of DUI in the criminal court–your license will still be suspended.  Contact our office to discuss your administrative hearing and restricted drivers licenses

My license is suspended in another state. How do I get my license back in Washington?

If your license is suspended in one state, it is suspended in all states because of the Full Faith and Credit clause of our constitution.  You will need to call the state that suspended your license and take whatever steps are necessary to reinstate in that state before you will be eligible to reinstate in Washington.

I have been charged with Reckless Driving. What now?

A reckless driving charge is a gross misdemeanor which may have maximum 364 days in jail and $5,000 fine.  There is a 30 day license suspension.  The state is alleging that you have driven in a manner that was a willful or wanton disregard for safety of persons or property.  

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3326 160th Avenue SE Ste. 215 Bellevue, Washington 98008



Representation for criminal charges is based on a flat rate fee.  We understand that criminal charges aren't usually planned.  Our office can work with you by accepting payment plans.  We accept Visa, Mastercard, American express, Money Orders and Cash.