Defense Attorney; JAC director
Richard Davies has worked as an attorney in Jefferson County for more than 20 years. His breadth of criminal defense experience includes dozens of felony and misdemeanor jury trials, and appeals before the Court of Appeals and the State Supreme Court. He is the director of Jefferson Associated Counsel.
A former prosecutor who represented the state in King, Grays Harbor, Jefferson, and Clallam counties, Scott has over the past two decades devoted his practice to representing indigent criminal defendants in both District and Superior court, juvenile respondents alleged to be either delinquent, at risk or in need of services, and parents whose constitutional rights to the care, custody, and companionship of their children has been challenged by the state.
In addition to his jury trial practice, Scott has successfully argued appeals in front of the Washington State Supreme Court and the Washington State Court of Appeals.
Lillian Powers is a public defender with Jefferson Associated Counsel. She also serves as a board member for Olympic Community Action Programs (OlyCAP) and Unemployment Law Project (ULP). She was the 2016 Seattle University School of Law Frances Perkins Fellow at ULP, a nine month post-graduate position in which she provided direct representation, advice, and community outreach for unemployed workers, with an emphasis on connecting ULP with Washington’s immigrant and refugee community members.
Jack grew up in Jefferson County and received his diploma from Port Townsend High School before moving away for college. He graduated from the University of Washington in 2008 with a bachelor’s degree in international studies. He was admitted to practice law in 2015 after “reading the law” under the Washington APR 6 Law Clerk Program and passing the bar exam. He is admitted to practice law in all Washington State Courts and the United States District Court for the Western District of Washington.
Nat spends his days defending indigent community members accused of crimes, and his evenings with his lovely wife, daughter, and terrier. Nat enjoys Disc Golf, tabletop RPGs, and karaoke. He feels fortunate to live in the same community as the rest of his family.
Jennifer and Susie have a wealth of paralegal experience and knowledge of how to get things done within the local judicial system.