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Stan Glisson

400 Warren Avenue, Suite 415
Bremerton WA 98337
(360) 782-9000

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Glisson, Witt & Altman


Glisson, Witt & Altman is a law firm based in Bremerton, Washington dedicated to providing quality affordable representation to our clients. When you need help in court, experience counts. The attorneys in the firm have a proven record getting results in tough court cases, and the expertise and determination to give your case the attention you deserve. Trust your case to lawyers with the experience to ensure that your rights are protected.

We focus our practice on Personal Injury and DUI / DWI defense, but also handle other misdemeanor and felony criminal defense. If you have been injured as a result of another person’s carelessness or negligence, we have the knowledgeable attorneys who can give you the advice and representation you need and deserve.

Please Call: 360.782.9000

Stan Glisson

·    University of Alaska, B.A., Philosophy.

·    University of Washington School of Law, J.D.

·    Licensed to practice law in Washington State and the

      United States Federal District Court.

·    Former Snohomish and Kitsap County Public Defender.

·    Former Kitsap County Deputy Prosecuting Attorney.

·    Extensive jury trial and litigation experience.

·    2009 Washington Law & Politics Rising Star.

·    Judge Pro Tem.

·    Experienced at all state Court levels including Municipal, District, Superior, and Courts of Appeals.

Please Call: 360.782.9000

About the Partners

Ryan Witt

·    Colorado State University, B.S., Wildlife Biology.

·    Gonzaga School of Law, J.D.

·    Licensed to practice law in Washington State Courts.

·    Licensed to practice law in the United States Federal

     District Court.

·    Former Pierce County Deputy Prosecuting Attorney.

·    Former Kitsap County Deputy Prosecuting Attorney.

·    Extensive jury trial and litigation experience.

·    Judge Pro Tem.

·    Experienced at all state trial court levels including Municipal, District,

     and Superior.




Stan Glisson

·    University of Alaska, B.A., Philosophy.

·    University of Washington School of Law, J.D.

·    Licensed to practice law in Washington State and the

      United States Federal District Court.

·    Former Snohomish and Kitsap County Public Defender.

·    Former Kitsap County Deputy Prosecuting Attorney.

·    Extensive jury trial and litigation experience.

·    2009 Washington Law & Politics Rising Star.

·    Judge Pro Tem.

·    Experienced at all state Court levels including Municipal, District,

     Superior, and Courts of Appeals.




Mike Altman

·     Ripon College, B.A., Political Science.

·     Marquette University School of Law, J.D.

·     Licensed to practice law in Washington State Courts.

·     Licensed to practice law in Wisconsin State Courts. 

·     Licensed to practice law in the U. S. District Court.

·     Eagle Member, WA State Association for Justice .

·     Member, National Association of Personal Injury Lawyers .

·     Practice dedicated to civil litigation and representing

      clients injured in auto collision cases   

·     Mike’s history of successful litigation includes over one million

      dollars in total awards in 2008 alone. 

Areas of Practice

¨ Criminal Defense

¨ DUI / DWI Defense

¨ Department of Licensing Actions

¨ Estate Planning; Wills and Trusts

¨ Expungement / Vacation of Criminal History

¨ Juvenile Court Defense

¨ Marijuana Charges; Possession, Manufacturing

¨ Personal Injury—All Types

¨           Motor Vehicle Collisions

¨           Wrongful Death / Malpractice

¨ Restoration of Civil Rights

¨ Traffic Infractions / Speeding Tickets

¨ Unlawful Detainer / Eviction Actions

¨ Wrongful Death

Defending Criminal Charges

What happens when a person is charged with a criminal offense?

Virtually every criminal offense carries the possibility of jail time. Many carry mandatory jail if the accused is convicted, as well as expensive fines, probation, and other court-ordered conditions. Being accused of a crime changes your life—it can be  embarrassing, stressful, and have long term consequences on employment,  citizenship, or educational opportunities. For example, certain misdemeanor convictions can disqualify a person from any Federal education benefits, or prevent you from moving out of state without permission from a probation officer. When a child is accused in juvenile court, these penalties are particularly disturbing—without the right help, one bad decision can substantially derail a child’s future plans.

An experienced lawyer knows that every case is different, and every client’s priorities are different. We know to evaluate the facts of your individual case, and then advise you on the strengths or weaknesses of the state’s evidence against you, and how it’s best for you to proceed. We have extensive experience defending against criminal accusations, and a proven track record of winning acquittals, agreed dismissals, and other resolutions in our clients cases that are far less damaging than a criminal conviction.  Even in cases where the state’s evidence is very strong, negotiated options are available to minimize the effect on your life, your career, and your long term goals.

Even if you don’t talk to us, talk to someone right away! Your future, your goals, your rights are far too valuable to leave to chance. Nobody should face criminal charges without an attorney who knows the system thoroughly. The police and prosecutors are experienced, well trained and well funded: You need an expert on your side too. A poorly handled case can cost thousands of dollars in fines and fees. A good lawyer can often save you more than their fees.

Conditions on your release are determined at your first court appearance. The judge can require you install an ignition interlock, be on electronic home monitoring, or have to post bail or go to jail.  You should have an attorney with you from the first minute you appear in front of the judge. At Glisson, Witt & Altman, our attorneys are professional, aggressive , and committed to helping you. We do not charge for an initial consultation. We will fight to protect your rights, and make sure you get the fair treatment that you deserve in the complex world of criminal defense. We set reasonable fees with the goal of helping you move on with your life as quickly and inexpensively as possible.

Don’t go to court alone and unprepared! Talk to an attorney before you appear in front of a judge. CALL and speak to an attorney about your case TODAY at no charge.


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