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Dec 21

Divorce is never easy and emotions often run high. To get the upper hand in the divorce proceedings or to gain custody of the children, some spouses may file domestic violence charges against their ex. If you believe you are a victim of unfair or overblown domestic violence charges, you need an experienced and aggressive Seattle domestic violence defense attorney on your side. read more

Dec 10

Big changes may be happening in the King County criminal justice system. The county recently approved funding for a new criminal justice diversion program to keep juveniles out of the juvenile justice system and allow community groups, instead of courts, to decide punishments for low-level adult felonies. read more

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April 12, 2021

Hate Crimes Against Asian-Americans Escalating in Seattle

The Seattle Times reported that Anti-Asian hate crimes rose an alarming 33 percent between 2019 and 2020 in the city of Seattle, rising 149 percent during the same timeframe in the...

March 24, 2021

Seattle Police Stop Making Arrests for Drug Possession

On February 25, 2021, a Washington State Supreme Court struck down Washington's felony drug possession law. This new ruling leaves the state without a drug possession law for the time being.