As of November 1, 2023, most juveniles will no longer have to register as a sex offender and be eligible to seal their convictions. Law enforcement will start removing eligible people from the registry soon and mailing letters confirming they have been removed. If you receive a letter indicating that you have been removed from the registry, please contact our office for a free consultation to determine if you are eligible to seal your offense.

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Catlin Gibson




Paralegal Catlin Gibson joined the Law Office of Amy Muth in 2019. Catlin has been dedicated to criminal defense since 2006, focusing mainly on serious felonies and death penalty cases at the state trial and appellate levels, as well as federal drug conspiracy cases. As with the other members of the firm, working in the field of criminal defense is a calling for Catlin, and she is actively involved and interested in improving the quality of criminal defense work. Catlin is an active member of the Washington Association of Criminal Defense Lawyers and has previously served as Co-Chair of their Continuing Legal Education program for criminal defense support staff.

Catlin’s credentials, training, and experience make her a perfect fit for our firm and practice area. She holds an ATA from Edmonds Community College Paralegal Program, a B.S. from Norfolk State University in Legal Administration, History, and Political Science, an M.A. in Teaching from Arizona State University, and a Certificate in Private Investigation from the University of Washington. Her years of experience working with a wide range of attorneys has given her superb organizational, records review and analysis, and writing skills. Our attorneys—and our clients—are lucky to have someone with her passion, experience, and skill set. Because we can delegate a wide range of tasks to her with trust and confidence, we can manage our time and resources efficiently.