Defense Lawyers


Our attorneys understand that for most people, being involved in a legal action can be a confusing and stressful experience. We know that you want a Tacoma criminal defense attorney you can trust to guide you through the process. At The Law Offices of Krupa & Clark, we want you to put your trust in us and we will earn that trust through the way we handle your case. Our office is staffed by experienced professionals committed to the highest standards. We will keep you informed about your case and we will recognize your individual circumstances when guiding you through the legal process.

With that in mind, we have the ability to offer flexible billing options and payment plans to suit your budget. If you need an attorney in Tacoma, Pierce County, or Western Washington, in Federal or Military Court, please read our profiles to learn more.

Steven Krupa
Michael Clark

Call (253) 573-1000 to schedule your free initial consultation.

Tacoma Criminal Defense Attorneys


The team at Krupa & Clark are excited to announce some new changes in our practice.  Steven Krupa will be leaving the firm to explore new opportunities effective June 30, 2020.  As of June 1, 2020, the name of the firm will be changed to the Law Offices of Michael Clark.  The firm will continue to focus on helping people who have been injured through the negligence of others, as well as other matters. The team, and especially Michael Clark, want to thank Steven for his years of dedicated service to his clients and the greater bar association, as well as for his friendship. We are proud of our association with Steve and look forward to seeing what the next chapter has in store for him.

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Tacoma Criminal Defense Lawyer
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Office Location
705 S 9th Street
Suite 202
Tacoma, WA 98405


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