Linda M. Callahan
President | Author
Linda M. Callahan is an experienced Washington DUI lawyer who truly cares about every client. Tenaciously, she focuses on designing strategic and innovative defenses in order to win their cases. She authors the authoritative legal reference book, the Washington DUI Practice Manual, published by Thomson Reuters, as well as other DUI-related publications.
Stephen P. Grant
Senior Associate Attorney | Seattle
Stephen Grant has always known that he wanted to be a lawyer. As a young boy growing up in Everett, he was fascinated with the idea of becoming a lawyer and helping those in need. He completed his law studies at Gonzaga University School of Law. After passing his bar exam, he turned his attention to the areas of criminal defense and personal injury.
Ryan A. English
Associate Attorney | Olympia
Ryan English has focused his law career on criminal defense since the time he began law school. As an intern at the King County Department of Public Defense, he regularly appeared in court on behalf of his clients, which was when he began delivering favorable results. Ryan took his first case to trial in his third year of law school, which was ultimately resolved with no convictions for his client.
Vade S. Donaldson
Associate Attorney | Tacoma
Vade started as a criminal defense attorney with his first job out of law school in 2001. All told, he was a public defender in Snohomish and King counties for nearly a decade before leaving to enter private practice. Being a public defender was a great experience professionally and personally. It was then that he realized his favorite part of his job: Vade is a lawyer because he wants to help people, whether he’s helping people navigate difficult, stressful situations or helping them realize a dream.
Timothy J. Brothwell
Associate Attorney | Seattle
While in school, he worked as a clinic intern with the Montana Office of the State Public Defender, where he gained valuable experience representing clients in Court proceedings. Tim also served as the Managing Editor of the Montana Law Review, where he sharpened his attention to detail.
Nathan G. Compton
Certified Rule 9
Nathan earned his Juris Doctorate from Seattle University School of Law, which focuses its curricula on Public Service and Access to Justice issues. There, he was first introduced to Criminal Defense when he interned at the Ronald A. Peterson Youth Advocacy law clinic, where he represented accused youth in King County Superior Court.
Chris J. Kaneshiro
Operations Manager
Before joining Callahan Law, P.S., Inc., Chris worked for more than a decade in the banking industry. He was a personal banker, teller, and managing partner at a local bank. This experience taught him a great deal about providing excellent customer service and working under pressure. If you need immediate assistance with a DUI case, Chris will most likely be the first person you speak to when you call our firm.
Marisa Kaneshiro
Civil Division Manager
During the more than 15 years that Marisa Kaneshiro has been part of our staff at Callahan Law, P.S., Inc., she has held nearly every administrative position in our office. As our civil division manager, she provides invaluable assistance to our Washington DUI attorneys. She shares our commitment to provide client-centered legal services.
Toni Hammond
Office Administrator
Our team of Washington DUI attorneys at Callahan Law, P.S., Inc. relies on the organizational skills of Toni Hammond. As our office administrator for the several years, she is passionate about delivering top-notch legal services to our clients throughout Western Washington. She understands the needs of our clients and communicates in an emphatic and compassionate manner.
Candace Case
Legal Assistant
After completing technical college in Idaho, she moved to Washington State to raise her family. She began working at Callahan Law, P.S., Inc. in 2015 and provides a vital piece of the administrative team.