Blake Kremer
Criminal Defense Personal Injury Peace Activism

I'm a longtime member of the Pierce County and state Bar Associations, and I serve on the Law Fund for Client Protection at the WSBA. I have also drafted rule changes for the WSBA that have been adopted by the Board of Governors and by the State Supreme Court, and that have introduced new efficiencies to the practice of law.

My legal practice is diverse and includes criminal defense and personal injury work. I do pro bono work including victim advocacy, hospice work, and work for a pediatric HIV/AIDS support organization. I'm also lucky to handle some truly remarkable cases that reflect my commitment to social justice - the kind of cases my friends and I dreamed about working on when we were in law school. For example, I spent a large part of the last few years on a death penalty defense case. As another example, I defended Father Bill Bichsel, Sister Anne Montgomery and several others after they broke into Kitsap Naval Base to bring attention to the base's stockpile of nuclear weapons.

I received my law degree from University of Puget Sound in Tacoma in 1992. Before graduating from law school, I interned at a small firm in King County where I handled numerous DUI cases every day. I am dedicated to the cause of representing the accused.

Blake Kremer is a criminal defense attorney, frequently handling serious felony cases as well as misdemeanors, and has been one of the few attorneys in this state to defend a client accused of felony DUI. He is passionate about criminal defense and constitutional rights.

Community Service
Chair, Law Fund for Client Protection
(2012 - present), member (2008 - present)

Volunteer, REACH Ministries
(pediatric HIV/AIDS support) (2004-present)

Volunteer, Multicare Hospice (2004-present)

Member, Inns of Court (2012 - present)

Member, Pierce County Washington Women Lawyers
(2012 - present)

Blake Kremer presenting reports for discussion to the
Board of Governors at the Seattle meeting.
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Blake Kremer, friends and family after arguing before the 9th Circuit Court of Appeals
on behalf of Sister Ann Montgomery, activist for peace.