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Jan 29

Perhaps you fixed your car after a hit-and-run accident? Maybe you deleted social media posts or emails after being investigated for a crime? If you knowingly destroyed or concealed evidence that could be useful in an investigation, you could be charged with a crime. Facing criminal charges for destroying evidence can be overwhelming. The law in Washington treats the destruction of evidence seriously, and you must understand what this means for you and your future. read more

Jan 18

Did you know that in the state of Washington, it is a crime to put a false label on a bottle containing a controlled substance? Even worse, it's a serious crime that could result in a felony conviction and up to two years in prison. If you or someone you love is facing prescription fraud charges, you need an experienced Seattle drug defense lawyer to fight for you and your future. read more

Dec 18

If you've recently been charged with a DUI in Seattle, you might feel overwhelmed and anxious about the prospect of facing traditional sentencing, including the daunting possibility of jail time. These emotions are completely natural, but fortunately, alternative paths might be available to you. One such alternative path might be DUI Diversion Programs. read more

Dec 11

Facing an aggravated assault charge in Seattle can be an overwhelming and distressing experience. You must understand the severity of your situation. You should not attempt to go through the legal system on your own. If you're convicted of aggravated assault, you could face significant time behind bars. Even mere accusations of aggravated assault are enough to damage your reputation in your community, destroy relationships, and prevent you from getting or holding down a job. read more

Nov 07

In Washington, battery is not a part of the state's laws. Instead, the crime of battery is a part of the larger umbrella of assault. In other states, assault and battery are two similar but distinct crimes. read more

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January 29, 2024

When Is Destroying Evidence a Crime in Washington?

Perhaps you fixed your car after a hit-and-run accident? Maybe you deleted social media posts or emails after being investigated for a crime? If you knowingly destroyed or concealed...

January 18, 2024

False Labeling a Controlled Substance

Did you know that in the state of Washington, it is a crime to put a false label on a bottle containing a controlled substance? Even worse, it's a serious crime that could result in a...