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Criminal Defense Overview

Being accused of a Washington criminal charge is a scary experience. If you’re facing criminal charges, whether it’s an allegation of domestic violence, DUI, a drug charge, theft crime, assault, sex crime, or other criminal act…
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Sex Offenses

Being accused of a sex crime is a devastating experience and can destroy your reputation—even if the allegation is entirely false. Unfortunately, false allegations of certain sex crimes are not uncommon…
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If you’ve been accused of assault, the potential consequences to your life and future are serious, and you will want do everything in your power to engage a highly qualified, highly experienced criminal defense lawyer to help you…
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A person charged with a felony is facing the possibility of severe, life-altering penalties. In Washington, a felony is a crime that is punishable by more than a year in prison. There are three classes of felonies: Class A, which could land you in prison for life…
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Indecent Exposure

Indecent exposure involves showing an individual’s sexual organs to the public. Acts of indecent exposure can be startling and offensive to the public, but not all claimed acts of exposure reflect the truth…
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White Collar Crimes

A white collar crime, or corporate crime, is one that involves a financial motive, usually at a large corporation. The consequences for committing a white collar crime can be severe…
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Statutory Rape

Statutory rape is a serious crime in Washington, involving sexual contact with a child under the age of 16. If you are facing statutory rape charges, you face a large risk to your reputation, future, and relationships…
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Domestic Violence

Domestic violence is not a specific crime in Washington, but it can encompass a number of crimes alleged to have been committed against people with whom a domestic relationship exists: the alleged perpetrator and victim share the same house…
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You’re driving home after a long and stressful day. Your heart sinks as your rear-view mirror reveals the flashing lights and you hear the siren of a cruiser overtaking you. You’re being pulled over…
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Juvenile Offenses

Children and adolescents lack the judgment of adults and often are not mature enough to fully understand the consequences of their actions. The State of Washington recognizes that when juveniles make mistakes, use poor judgment…
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Being arrested and charged with a crime is a shattering experience. You may be taken to jail, photographed, fingerprinted, and often treated as if you are automatically guilty, in spite of the presumption of innocence the Constitution demands…
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If you’ve been accused of theft in the state of Washington, your future freedom, reputation, and employment opportunities are all at stake. Theft can range from an impulsive instance of shoplifting to a white collar crime of fraud or embezzlement to a violent armed robbery…
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Drug Charges

If you’ve been arrested for a drug-related crime or are about to be, you may be facing years in prison. Understandably, the loss of your freedom is a daunting prospect, and one that you need to fight…
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Fraud Defense

Fraud is a form of deception that includes stealing identities and manipulating others out of money/items in various ways. Fraud is everywhere…
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Every person has the right to defend himself or herself from harm. However, it is common to face criminal charges even if you were acting in self-defense. If you find yourself in this situation, you need an attorney on your side who
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