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SUGGESTED ACTIONS WHEN YOU ARE STOPPED BY LAW ENFORCEMENT FOR DUI:  


BE POLITE AND DO THE FOLLOWING


1. Provide the Officer with our telephone number (253) 830-2155 if it is during business hours otherwise ask that an on-call attorney be called.

2. Provide the Officer with your license, insurance and vehicle registration

3. ASK FOR AN ATTORNEY

4. Do NOT answer any questions (Not even about the weather)

5. DO NOT AGREE to perform any field sobriety tests

6. DO SUBMIT TO A BREATH TEST


Domestic Violence

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Put Your Legal Case in Good Hands

A DUI conviction carries with it mandatory jail time and license suspension.  It also has Department of Licensing consequences separate from the court’s sentencing.

Your license may be suspended or revoked by the department of licensing and this can be a separate suspension than the one imposed by the court.  There are dispositions that can be entered if eligible that can avoid some of the DUI consequences.  Two such dispositions are

(1) Deferred Prosecution and

(2) Diversion Agreement

CALL US today so we can review your case and discuss what options are available to you.


Domestic Violence is a crime that occurs when there is a legal relationship between the defendant and the alleged victim. That relationship may be a family member, roommates or former personal relationships.  The goal of the judicial system is to err on the side of caution and protect the alleged victim.  You will have to “prove your innocence” in these types of cases.  


ASK FOR AN ATTORNEY BEFORE discussing your case with the Police.  


There are many consequences to being charged with this type of crime.


1. Usually a no contact order is put in place to prevent any contact between the individuals involved.  This order can be put into place at any stage of the proceeding and is usually placed on the defendant at arraignment.  This No Contact Order can become permanent or set for a lengthy time period upon disposition of the case.

2. You may be evicted from your home because of a no contact order

3. In some cases you may lose your job/career

4. A conviction can result in the loss of your right to possess a firearm


CALL US today so we can review your case and discuss what options are available to you.


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