David Bukey’s trial and litigation practice emphasizes the defense of individuals and entities in federal and state criminal investigations, trials and appeals, as well as selected work before regulatory agencies and in civil litigation.

For nearly thirty years, David has been representing clients from a wide range of backgrounds: some are corporate officers, business employees, professionals, corporations or other entities; most are individuals with no particular title. But whatever his clients’ circumstances, David enjoys getting the best possible result in the stressful setting of a federal or state criminal matter. Working with experienced support personnel, capable of handling complicated and large investigations and sophisticated legal issues, David’s approach is to give individualized in depth and committed service, efficiently tailored to the client’s needs.

Continuing Legal Education
Publications and Presentations

  • Panel Discussion, “Criminal Sentencing: After Blakely and Booker, the Deluge,” Western District of Washington Annual District Meeting for Judges and Lawyers, March, 2005.
  • “Is There a War on Business: Sarbanes-Oxley, Feeney Amendments, Ashcroft Memorandum and Other Tactical Nuclear Weapons,” Washington State Bar Association Seminar, November 2003.
  • “White Collar Practice: Tips and Traps for the General Criminal Practitioner,” Washington Association of Criminal Defense Lawyers, April 2002.
  • Panel Participant, ALI-ABA Advanced Course of Study, “Criminal Enforcement of the Environmental Laws,” Washington D.C., May 11-12, 2000 (Topic: Plea Negotiations – Ethical and Practical Considerations).