Washington State Criminal Case Results

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Each client’s matter is unique. The results of any matter are determined by the relevant facts and applicable law. Past results are not a guarantee that your matter will be resolved similarly to the results here.

With that said, we truly believe there is hope in each and every case and we do our best to get great results for our clients.

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  • City of Tacoma v. M.T.

    Outcome: Dismissed Description: Second offense DUI. Client was facing a minimum of 45 days in jail and 90 days of electronic home monitoring. I wrote a legal letter to the prosecutor explaining why the stop by the police officer was unconstitutional. The prosecutor agreed and dismissed al... Read On

  • State of Washington v. M.W.

    Outcome: Hung Jury, charges reduced to reckless driving Description: Second offense DUI, client was facing 45 days in jail and 90 days of electronic home monitoring. Prosecutor would make no offers on the case, requiring us to go to trial. At the end of the trial, the jury deliberated for a... Read On

  • State of Washington v. D.K.

    Outcome: Not Guilty Verdict Description: Not guilty verdict by jury in State of Washington v. D.K. where police report states defendant was contacted while already pulled over to the side of the road, admitted to driving, admitted to several drinks, became irate and escaped from her handcuff... Read On

  • State of Washington v. T.S.

    Outcome: DUI Charges Dismissed Description: DUI charge dismissed in State of Washington v. T.S. where client was stopped for not yielding to oncoming traffic and traveling into another lane. Client failed all sobriety tests and had a breath content of .14/.15. Case was dismissed after the ... Read On

  • State of Washington v. W.B.

    Outcome: Not Guilty Verdict Description: Not guilty verdict by jury in State of Washington v. W.B. where police report states that client was pulled over for swerving on the road, failed 6 field sobriety tests, admitted to drinking a "bucket" of Rolling Rock, or around 8 beers, and had a bre... Read On

  • State of Washington v. J.K.

    Outcome: Not Guilty Verdict Description: Not guilty verdict by jury in second offense DUI case where police report states defendant drove through a roundabout and crashed his car in the middle of the roundabout, failed all three field sobriety tests, admitted to drinking 8 beers and refused ... Read On

  • State of Washington v. R.H.

    Outcome: Not Guilty Verdict Description: 2nd Offense DUI charge dismissed in State of Washington v. R.H. where police report indicated that client was traveling 90 mph and client failed all field sobriety tests. Client refused to take the breath test. Case dismissed by State after jury hun... Read On

  • State of Washington v. B.J.

    Outcome: DUI Charges Dismissed Description: DUI charge dismissed in State of Washington v. B.J where client was stopped for swerving outside his lane. Failed all field sobriety tests and had a breath alcohol content of .10. Court found stop was unlawful and dismissed the charges. State ap... Read On

  • State of Washington v. E.B.

    Outcome: DUI Charges Dismissed Description: Second offense DUI case dismissed after judge found that there was not probable cause by the police to stop the defendant. The State initially appealed the decision, then conceded on appeal and agreed to the dismissal. Read On

  • State of Washington v. Z.C.

    Outcome: Dismissed with prejudice and win at DOL hearing. Description: Client was facing a minimum of 30 days in jail and 60 days of electronic home monitoring and a 2 year license revocation on a second offense DUI.  The case was ultimately dismissed on my motion because the officer did not hav... Read On

  • City of Medina v. R.P.

    Outcome:  Charge dismissed with prejudice. Description:  Client was charged with DUI with a breath test result of .14 and .16.  Case against him dismissed when I requested officer discipline records which indicated a serious problem with the officer's conduct in another matter. Read On

  • State of Washington v. R. B.

    Outcome: Dismissed with prejudice and win of DOL hearing. Description: Client's DUI charge with a breath test of  .20/.21 dismissed on my motion due to an unconstitutional filing delay and the failure of the government to retain a video taken of my client at the time of his arrest.   The breath... Read On

  • City of Kirkland v. T.M.

    Outcome: Dismissed with prejudice and win at DOL hearing. Description: Client charged with physical control of a vehicle while under the influence with a breath test of .24/.24.  Charges dismissed by prosecutor when I presented a strong affirmative defense of safely off the roadway. Read On

  • State of Washington v. C.R.

    Outcome: Dismissed with prejudice. Description: Case against client had been in warrant status for many years and State was demanding that client return to Washington to address the charges.  I was able to quash the warrant and ultimately have the case dismissed due to tactical errors made by ... Read On

  • State of Washington v. J.S.

    Outcome:  DUI charge reduced to a "minor DUI," a misdemeanor with no mandatory jail, fines or license suspension and additional charge of driving on a suspended license dismissed. Description:   Client arrested for DUI and driving on a suspended license.  Through negotiations prosecutor agreed t... Read On

  • DOL v. A.V.

    Outcome: License suspension pending against client's license dismissed. Description: Client retained me for only the DOL hearing (had a public defender for the criminal case).  Successfully argued several issues at the hearing and the case was dismissed due to the fact that the arresting officer... Read On

  • Department of Licensing v. S.C.

    Description:  Department of Licensing action against clients driver's license dismissed for failure to meet the four elements required by law. Read On

  • DOL v. C.E.

    May 2012

    Outcome: Department of Licensing suspension dismissed. Description: Client retained me only for the Department of Licensing hearing and was represented by a public defender in the criminal case.  I successfully argued to the DOL that my client had questions about her implied consent warnings tha... Read On

  • DOL v. K.T.

    December 2010

    Outcome:  Dismissal of DOL action and pending CDL disqualification. Description:  Client with commercial driver's license retained me to handle the department of licensing hearing.   Client was facing a one year disqualification of his CDL and an inability to continue to work as a commercial dri... Read On

  • DOL v. K.S.

    January 2010

    Outcome: Dismissal of DOL action and pending CDL disqualification against client. Description: Client with commercial driver's license was referred to me for the Department of Licensing hearing due to my experience with the DOL and commercial driver's licenses.   Through investigation I was able... Read On

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