The Law Office of Antone Weber is a small Professional Law Office dedicated to providing personal legal services.  Each case is personally prepared and supervised by Mr. Weber.

Antone “Tony” Weber

“As an attorney with a varied life experience both personally and by profession prior to entering the legal field,  I feel that I have a unique perspective which allows me to better understand the concerns and needs of my clients, and to secure the best possible outcome for them.”

Me on the “Z-Rex”


In 2001, I returned to the Pacific Northwest after 19 years in Alaska to enter the Seattle University School of Law, graduating in 2004 at the age of 47.  I had previously earned dual Bachelor of Arts degrees with honors, in Political Science and in History, from the University of Alaska, Anchorage.  After more than 10 years as the lead courtroom infractions attorney for the provider firm for a nationwide legal insurance company, I opened my own practice. I remain in Seattle primarily practicing in traffic infractions, and am a member of the Washington State Bar Association, licensed to practice in State and Municipal courts throughout Washington.


Tony on Mount Rainier
Observation Rock, Mount Rainer

I was raised on a cattle ranch 15 miles outside a small town in South-Eastern Oregon, spending much of my childhood in the outdoors of the Oregon High Desert.

Following High School I spent the next few years living and working overseas in New Zealand, Australia, Asia and Europe.  Upon returning to the United States  I lived in South Lake Tahoe for 4 years.

In 1982 I went to Alaska for the summer, and remained there for the next two decades.  I worked in industries as varied as construction, heavy equipment and truck operation, as a delivery driver for UPS, DHL and Airborne Express, taxi driving, and as a computer technician at the data center for the largest bank in the state.  Along the way I caught copious amounts of fish, hiked, skied and mountain biked some of the most pristine wilderness on the continent, and experienced the odd bear encounter and bit of frostbite.”