Michele Taylor focuses on immigration law and criminal defense. She handles all levels of criminal defense from misdemeanors and DUIs to murder. Her 21 years of experience and her track record make her among the most skilled and effective criminal defense attorney in Kitsap County. She is one of a very few criminal defense lawyers in Kitsap Count with significant experience in murder trials. She also represents military people in courts-martial.
In addition, Michele assists people seeking U.S. visas. She helps permanent residents and citizens seeking to bring family members to the U.S. Visa types include spousal or fiancé visas (K-1 or K-3, as well as other family visas (F-1, F-2, F-3 or F-4).
Finally, she assists DACA recipients with renewals. She also stands ready to file for new DACA designations should the program be reinstated.
Prior to joining our firm, she worked as an attorney at the King County Prosecutors Office and the US Coast Guard. Michele received her degree in history in 1994, and her law degree in 1997, both from Gonzaga University.
Michele emphasizes clear and thorough communication with her clients. Thus, arming them with information to make smarter choices throughout the process.
Gonzaga University School of Law, Spokane, Washington
J.D. cum laude – 1997
Gonzaga University, Spokane, Washington
B.A. magna cum laude – 1994
Past Employment Positions
King County Prosecuting Attorney’s Office, Deputy Prosecuting Attorney, 2000 – 2009
The United States Coast Guard, Lieutenant, 1997 – 2000
Zealous criminal defense for traffic, misdemeanor, felony and courts martial
GSJones Law Group, P.S., offers zealous criminal defense in state and federal courts. Our criminal defense attorney, Michele Taylor, is a former prosecutor. In addition, she served as a military lawyer. Expect a respectful, honest and aggressive defense at GSJones Law Group, P.S.
Contact Michele Taylor at once if you have been cited, apprehended, charged, arrested or investigated on allegations of any of the following offenses:
- DWI/DUI (driving while impaired by alcohol or other drugs)
- Traffic tickets
- Underage drinking and driving
- Violent crimes such as murder
- Sex offenses
- Assault and battery
- Aggravated assault
- Domestic violence
- Property crimes, including theft and vandalism
- Breaking and entering
- Drug offenses (possession, possession with intent to distribute, or manufacture of banned substances)
- Military crimes
- Courts martial
Two key rules
- Speak only with your attorney about your case.
- Tell the police that you will wait for your attorney before answering questions.
You cannot talk your way out of an arrest. Use your right to remain silent! Following these two rules are particularly true, if you believe you have broken no law.
Mitigate the Harm of a Criminal Arrest With Aggressive Defense
When you’ve been arrested or charged with a crime, you want the best outcome possible. Without a doubt, your future is worth fighting for. A vigorous defense from the very beginning is your best hedge against negative outcomes. Fines, penalties, jail time, a damaging criminal record or sex offender registration are on the line. Depending on the facts, a better outcome may range anywhere from dismissal of your case to reduced charges or reduced penalties.
Kitsap County DUI/DWI Attorney
Contact Michele Taylor to schedule an initial consultation with a zealous and knowledgeable Port Orchard criminal defense attorney at GSJones Law Group, P.S.