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Dec 07

Most all of us make mistakes during our lifetime. Most of these personal missteps are generally not a part of a job interview but those who were convicted of a criminal offense must approach interviews somewhat differently. While it depends, to some extent, what your conviction was for, many employers will overlook a criminal conviction if you can reasonably explain how that conviction inspired you to make positive changes to your life. read more

Sep 27

A criminal conviction of any kind can have serious consequences, and can make it hard to find a job or housing for the rest of your life. Here's why you need a good criminal defense lawyer to help you get the best outcome if you've been charged with a crime. read more

Jul 24

If you're been charged with a criminal offense, one of the most important steps you will take in defending yourself is hiring a lawyer. With such high stakes, however, it's easy to get overwhelmed when choosing an attorney. Here are some things to consider as you look for the right lawyer to defend you in your criminal case. read more

Jul 10

According to the law, any person who "intentionally prevents or attempts to prevent" arrest could be charged with resisting arrest. Here are some tips of avoid being charged with resisting arrest in the first place, and some defense strategies if you are accused of resisting arrest. read more

Feb 23

For a lot of people, a background check is no big deal—but if you've got a record, you know that sinking feeling you get when you realize that you may not get a job or an apartment because of your prior convictions. Fortunately, a criminal record may not always be the end of the world—in fact, some infractions, convictions, and other transgressions may be expunged. read more

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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...

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May 12, 2021

When Good People Get Arrested

Did you know that the United States has the highest prison rate in the world? That's right! Here, citizens have a greater chance of being imprisoned than anywhere else, including places...

April 26, 2021

Seattle Charges for Possession of a Destructive Device

According to The Seattle Times, a 21-year-old Edmonds man has been sentenced to three years in federal prison for setting fire to two police cars during last summer's protests in downtown...