Michele Taylor

Michele Taylor with 18 years of legal experience  focuses on immigration law and criminal defense. She handles all levels of criminal defense  from misdemeanors and DUIs to murder. She also represents military people  in courts martial.

Michele assists undocumented immigrants seeking asylum, U.S. citizens seeking family-based visas, and detainees.  Michele Taylor, an experienced immigration attorney with extensive trial experience, also represents those in deportation proceedings.

Michele Taylor helps permanent residents and citizens seeking to bring family members to the U.S. through spousal or fiancé visas (K-1 or K-3) or other family visas (F-1, F-2, F-3 or F-4). She also helps undocumented immigrants who have been victims of crime obtain U and T visas. Many crime victims aren’t told that they may be eligible for these visas. If you have been a crime victim, set up an appointment to see if you qualify.

This blog post discusses details about obtaining U-Visas.

Michele Taylor is a former prosecutor

Prior to joining our firm, she worked as an attorney with the King County Prosecutor and the US Coast Guard. Michele received her degree in history in 1994, and her law degree in 1997, both from Gonzaga University.  Her background as a prosecutor gives her comprehensive knowledge of the criminal law process, allowing her to passionately and effectively advocate for her clients.

Michele emphasizes clear and thorough communication with her clients, arming them with information to make smart choices throughout the process.

Bar Admissions

Washington, 1997

Education

Gonzaga University School of Law, Spokane, Washington
J.D. cum laude – 1997
Gonzaga University, Spokane, Washington
B.A. magna cum laude – 1994
Major: History

Past Employment Positions

King County Prosecuting Attorney’s Office, Deputy Prosecuting Attorney, 2000 – 2009
United States Coast Guard , Lieutenant, 1997 – 2000