Marc W Gunn

Attorney Marc W. Gunn is proud to provide professional legal representation to his clients throughout the State of Oregon.  For over 20 Years Marc has proven to be a skilled advocate for thousands of clients.  Marc has successfully defended individuals charged with some of the most serious crimes in Oregon.  Marc has a reputation of being a strong advocate for his clients and for obtaining excellent results.  Marc believes that every client is unique and every case deserves individual attention.
Marc is admitted to practice before the Supreme Court of the State of Oregon, the Oregon Federal District Court, and the Ninth Circuit Court of Appeals.
On a personal note, Marc decided to become an attorney after spending two years in Brasil.  During his time in Brasil he gained a new appreciation for the Constitution, and for the Freedoms we enjoy in America.  He wanted to work to protect that way of life and to be part of protecting those freedoms.  In a small way, working with individulas facing serious legal issues, and in particular, helping those facing complex criminal charges, helps him reach that goal.
Marc would be happy to discuss your particular legal challenge, and give you his honest, straightforward opinion as to how he can help.

Fees: Contingent (33-40%), Fixed (always), Free consultation (30 minutes)

Payment types: Cash, Check, Credit card

Contact info
Gunn & Gunn P.C.

3635 Liberty Rd S
Salem, OR, 97302

Office (503) 967-4069

OR Active 1995 07/16/2016

BV Rated Martindale-Hubbell 2016
BV Distinguished Rating Martindale-Hubbell 2015
BV Distingushed Rated Martindale-Hubbell 2014
BV Rated Martindale-Hubbell 2013
BV Rated Martindale-Hubbell 2012

Work experience
Shareholder Attorney Gunn & Gunn P.C. 1995 – Present

Willamette University College of Law Law JD – Juris Doctor 1995
Brigham Young University – J. Reuben Clark Law School Philosophy BA – Bachelor of Arts 1992

Speaking engagements
Will the Unprofessional Lawyer Please Stand Up Ethics 2008
Willamette Valley American Inn of Court DUII 2007

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