In world where most attorneys rarely see a trial, Brian Hultgrenn has seen it all in his 18 years of jury trial experience. As a deputy prosecutor in both Franklin and Benton Counties he has tried cases involving everything from homicides to sexual assault cases, to domestic violence, to everything in between. He has dealt with arguments involving self-defense, diminished capacity, intoxication, and even temporary insanity. This experience has taught him that fierce advocacy coupled with organization and preparation get results in the courtroom.
Allegations of criminal conduct can be a unique time of crisis in a person’s life. Making the right decision during these times will have long lasting effects on a person’s future. Whether it is negotiating a fair plea agreement or taking a case to trial, Brian’s background allows him to provide solid advice to help the accused find the best path forward.
A life-long Tri-Cities resident, and Pasco High, Whitworth University, and University of Idaho School of Law grad, Brian enjoys spending time with his wife and four boys. When not on the sidelines of his boys games or activities, Brian loves reading and playing video games. He has deep roots in the Tri-Cities community and is committed to helping his fellow community members through the challenges and the successes of their lives.