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May 17

If your child has been arrested in Seattle, it's completely understandable that you're concerned about their future. We understand that the thought of your child facing criminal charges is overwhelming and scary. But you don't have to navigate this complex system alone. Our team of compassionate, knowledgeable lawyers has years of experience working with juveniles and their families to explore alternatives to incarceration and secure favorable results. From diversion programs and deferred dispositions to probation and evidence-based interventions, many options are available to help your child get back on track without serving time behind bars. We'll work tirelessly to identify the most promising strategies for your child's unique situation and advocate fiercely on their behalf. But time is of the essence. The earlier you involve a skilled attorney, the more opportunities we have to intervene and make a difference in your child's case. Don't let fear or uncertainty keep you from taking action. Your child's future is too important. read more

May 03

If you have a protective order issued against you in Seattle, you must take it seriously and understand exactly what it means. Protective orders, also known as restraining orders or no-contact orders, are legal injunctions that prohibit contact with the protected person. Violating a protective order, even accidentally, can land you in serious legal trouble. As criminal defense lawyers, we have seen firsthand how easy it is for people to unintentionally violate protective orders and end up with criminal charges. To avoid serious legal trouble, it is important to understand your protective order and what NOT to do. read more

Apr 17

An arrest can be a life-altering event, leaving you overwhelmed and uncertain about the future. Whether you've been charged with a misdemeanor or a felony, the consequences of an arrest can affect various aspects of your life, from your personal relationships to your professional prospects. However, it's crucial to remember that an arrest doesn't have to define your future. By taking proactive steps and making informed decisions, you can minimize the impact of an arrest and move forward with your life read more

Apr 03

If you are facing legal troubles in Seattle, navigating the court system can feel overwhelming. To help you better understand what to expect, you should understand the types of courts in Seattle, their roles, and the types of cases they handle. read more

Mar 28

Finding yourself in jail can be a terrifying and overwhelming experience. The uncertainty, the fear, and the confusion can all leave you feeling helpless and alone. However, in this situation, remember that you have rights - and that includes the right to legal representation. read more

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Should I plead guilty?

Once you plead guilty to a charge, you cannot change your plea afterwards, so it always advised that you talk with a criminal defense attorney at our firm before you do this. Pleading guilty means that you are admitting your conduct is punishable by the law and you know...

Why do I need a lawyer?

A criminal charge means that you could face sanctions including jail times, fines, probation, potential loss of your driver's license and other penalties. A skilled criminal defense attorney can guide you through the court process and advocate your position in order...

May 17, 2024

Alternatives to Incarceration for Juveniles in Seattle

If your child has been arrested in Seattle, it's completely understandable that you're concerned about their future. We understand that the thought of your child facing criminal charges is...

May 3, 2024

Avoiding Accidental Violations of Protective Orders

If you have a protective order issued against you in Seattle, you must take it seriously and understand exactly what it means. Protective orders, also known as restraining orders or...