Your legal counselors at Pimentel & Associates are highly qualified criminal defense attorneys who have excellent educations and (equally important) a wide-range of life experiences that make them aggressive, compassionate and creative advocates for their clients.
As skilled and respected lawyers, we have developed strong working relationships with those in our county’s criminal justice system, from administrators to prosecutors to judges.
We apply our expertise across the full spectrum of criminal defense case law. We are recognized for our longstanding reputation for integrity and trustworthiness within Kitsap County.
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“Adrian leaves no stone unturned when he is reviewing a case. I know of no other attorney who works harder for his clients. He is extremely knowledgeable as well as court savvy and that combination puts him at the top.”
“Adrian Pimentel is an excellent attorney. He is extremely savvy and he works hard for his clients. What I admired most about him is that he’s not doing it just for the money because his fees are really reasonable. He fights for his clients because he actually cares and he wants to see that people are treated fairly regardless of race. I highly recommend Adrian Pimentel.”
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A tireless fighter for his clients and a zealous crusader for justice under the law, Adrian Pimentel was born in Seattle and raised in the Pacific Northwest. At 18, he joined the United States Army and served several years in the Infantry where he received an Army Achievement Medal in 1982 and an Army Commendation Medal in 1984.
He is a member of the Kitsap County Bar Association, the National Association of Criminal Defense Lawyers, the Washington Defender Association, the Washington Association of Criminal Defense Lawyers and the Washington State Bar Association.
Adrian has tried dozens of trials (including hundreds of Class A felonies) ranging in length from a single day to a month-long, and ranging in complexity from simple misdemeanors to aggravated murder.
At home, he is surrounded by five wonderful children and a wife who is a school principal in a Kitsap County school district. An active sportsman, Adrian is an avid hunter, fisherman and ski biker. He spends time each winter riding the slopes on Snoqualmie Pass, and during the summer in the Pacific Ocean chasing halibut and salmon. While in the military, he boxed for the U.S. Army.
Endorsed by a great many of his colleagues, Adrian has been described by his peers as “One of the most gifted and brilliant trial lawyers I know,” and “a very aggressive attorney who always brings Innovation to a criminal defense.”
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Adam grew up in Kitsap County and attended Olympic College, followed by Seattle University where he earned a Bachelor’s degree in Chemistry. Upon graduation, Adam worked for Merck as a Medicinal Chemist for five years before going to law school at Temple University in Philadelphia.
It is while attending law school that Adam developed a passion for criminal law, and in particular, criminal defense. After graduating, Adam worked for Webster Law in Doylestown, PA, before returning home to Kitsap County. Adam lives in Silverdale, WA, with his wife who is also from the county and is a medical doctor practicing in the Silverdale area.
“I wanted to share my thanks for the care Nick took on my behalf at a bail hearing in Kitsap County while I was in jail. I’m very grateful to Nick and laud him for the work he does.”
Criminal Defense Attorney
Nick Dupont was raised in Southcentral Alaska, where he lived until he left for law school at the University of Oregon. He loved the Pacific Northwest so much, he decided to stay.
Nick has been licensed to practice law in Washington since 2012. He has spent hundreds of hours in court, with cases ranging from probate issues and landlord-tenant disputes, to guardianships and criminal defense. Nick is a zealous defender of his clients’ constitutional rights and works adamantly to earn the best possible outcome for everyone.
Nick has been a guest speaker for the Tacoma/Piece County Crime-Free Housing Program and has given lectures for high school students about their search and seizure rights under the Fourth Amendment. He is active in local theater and choirs, and is an avid reader and writer. Nick lives in Tacoma with his fiancee and the world’s two best cats.