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I grew up on the Makah Indian Reservation in Neah Bay. I attended Whitworth College in Spokane where I graduated cum laude in 1991 with a degree in International Studies and a minor in Japanese.
While at Whitworth College, I spent about a year and a half as an exchange student in Japan at the Shikoku Gakuin Daigaku (University).
I received my legal education at Seattle University School of Law. Before attending law school, I served as the prosecutor for the Quileute Tribe in La Push in 1989.
I successfully tried numerous criminal cases for the tribe, including DUIs, domestic violence cases and sexual assaults. I was also privileged to serve as the Chief Judge for the Makah Tribe and presided over the illegal whale hunting case in 2008.
After graduating from law school, I began my career in Seattle focusing on criminal defense, specifically DUIs and drug offenses. I moved back to the Olympic Peninsula from Seattle and founded The Law Office of Stan Myers in July of 2008.
My practice focused primarily on criminal defense. I have a considerable amount of trial and courtroom experience. In January of 2011, I entered into a partnership with Curry Andrews.
At ï»¿The Law Office Of Stan Myers, I continue to focus on criminal defense including DUI, Assaults, Drug charges, Misdemeanors, Felonies and Restoration of Rights cases.
I live in Port Angeles between the mountains and the sea.