Jennifer Vickers Freeman

Jennifer Vickers Freeman grew up in south King County.  She attended the University of Washington, where she majored in Sociology and Political Science.  Her studies were continued in Washington, D.C., where she attended a top-tier law school, The George Washington University School of Law.  In law school, she realized that her passion was criminal defense and litigation.  Her education focused on criminal defense and trial skills.  She was selected for the competitive and prestigious International Law Review and Moot Court Board, based on her excellent legal research and writing skills.  She also volunteered at the Public Defender Service in Washington, D.C.  Jennifer graduated from The George Washington School of Law with honors.
For six years, Jennifer was a dedicated public defender at the Department of Assigned Counsel in Tacoma, Washington.  During this time, she represented clients facing civil commitment at Western State Hospital, misdemeanors and felonies.  Jennifer has successfully represented clients on everything from misdemeanor charges for MIP, Possession of Marijuana, and DUI to felony charges of Burglary, Assault and Delivery of a Controlled Substance, as well as, serving as co-counsel on two Murder trials. 

At Freeman Law, Jennifer focuses her practice on criminal defense.  She is dedicated to providing excellent representation to every client, protecting their rights and obtaining the best possible outcome in each case.  She will do whatever it takes to get her clients the best results, whether that involves writing motions, interviewing witnesses or going to trial.


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Washington, D.C.
Juris Doctorate, with honors

Seattle, Washington
Bachelor's Degree

Bar Memberships

Washington State Bar Association
Tacoma Pierce County Bar Association

Professional Organizations

Washington Association of Criminal Defense Lawyers
Washington Defender Association