Walter Gordon Edgar
Brigham Young University, B.A., American Studies (April 1987)
Northwestern School of Law, Lewis and Clark College, J.D., (May 1991)
Washington State Bar Association (1991)
United States District Court, Western District of Washington (1992)
United States District Court, Eastern District of Washington (1998)
National and State Associations:
Washington Association of Prosecuting Attorneys (1993 - )
National District Attorneys Association (1999 - )
Boards and Commissions:
Reserve Police Officers Academy, Instructor (Fall 2000 and Fall 2003)
Waterville School District, Board of Directors (1998 - )
Wenatchee Arts Commission (1994 - 1995)
NCW Allied Arts Council (1992 – 1995)
Wenatchee Performing Arts Center, Board of Directors (1994 - 1995)
Mr. Edgar served as an intern for Alaska Legal Services in Kotzebue, Alaska in the summer of 1989. After graduating from law school, Mr. Edgar moved to Wenatchee where he worked in private practice for two years before becoming a deputy prosecutor with the Chelan County Prosecutor’s Office. Mr. Edgar joined the Douglas County Prosecutor’s office in 1995.
Mr. Edgar is active in coaching youth soccer, basketball, baseball, and football; and is a performer and director with the Mission Creek Players theater group.
Washington State University, B.A., Political Science (December 2010)
Seattle University School of Law, J.D. (May 2015)
Washington State Bar Association (2015)
Kurt joined the Prosecuting Attorney’s Office in January 2016 following internships and externships in the criminal prosecution arena with the King County Prosecuting Attorney’s Office, the City of Lakewood, and the Pierce County Prosecuting Attorney’s Office. Prior to graduation from law school, Kurt was active with the King County Bar Association in Seattle assisting attorneys provide no-cost civil legal consultations, in addition to his active involvement in mock trial opportunities.
Kurt lives in Wenatchee, and enjoys taking advantage of the numerous outdoor activities in the region, including skiing, hiking, backpacking, and cycling.
Gabriela Sanchez is the Victim-Witness Coordinator for the Douglas County Prosecuting Attorney. Ms. Sanchez received her A.A. degree from Wenatchee Valley College in 2007 and a B.S in Social Services, with a Psychology minor, at Central Washington University in 2009. Ms. Sanchez has extensive experience in youth services and is English/Spanish language bilingual.
Victim-Witness Coordinator duties include assisting crime victims with processing Crime Victim Compensation applications and restitution requests, keeping victims and witnesses informed regarding prosecution case status, coordinating the testimony of witnesses, and assisting with interviews of child crime victims and witnesses for law enforcement.