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Immigration Arrests and Criminal Records

Immigration Arrests and Criminal Records Since the new administration has increased the enforcement of immigration laws, it is more important than ever to up your criminal record if you are not a U.S. Citizen.  Washington law allows you to clean up your criminal record by vacating your

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Acquittal Attempted Rape in the Second Degree

Judge Acquits Client on Rape Charge   My client, Tremaine Rambo, won a huge victory today when the court acquitted him on the charge of Attempted Rape in the Second Degree.  Tremaine was charged with the offense after he attacked a woman of Burnt Bridge Creek Trail,

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Supreme Court Cell Phone Ruling

Supreme Court Rules That Police Must Get a Warrant Prior to Searching Cell Phone The United States Supreme Court unanimously ruled on June 25, 2014 that, pursuant to the 4th Amendment of the U.S. Constitution, police must obtain a warrant to search a suspect’s cell phone. Chief

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New Domestic Violence Gun Law Goes into Effect

New Domestic Violence Gun Law Goes into Effect   On June 12, 2014, Washington enacted a new firearms restriction that was passed on March 28.  Governor Jay Inslee signed into law House Bill 1840 or The Domestic Violence Gun Law Bill, which allows a judge to require

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DUI Reduced to Negligent Driving

DUI Reduced to Negligent Driving

DUI Reduced to Negligent Driving   My client was charged with a DUI with a BAC of over .13.  After filing motions to suppress evidence and diligent work we managed to get a plea bargain to a reduced charge of Negligent Driving.  This particular case the police

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New DUI Laws 2014

New DUI Laws for 2014 Starting January 1, 2014, the state of Washington will roll out the remainder of DUI laws that were signed by Governor Inslee earlier this year.  The full detailed list of changes to the DUI law can be found here.  The final set

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Not Guilty, Dismissal and Mistrial

Not Guilty, Dismissal and Mistrial   After a 3 day trial in Clark County Superior Court on the Charges of Theft 2, and 3 counts of Cyberstalking, the jury returned a Not Guilty verdict on one court of cyberstalking.  The jury was unable to come to a

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New DUI Laws Go Into Effect

New DUI Laws in Washington     Washington’s new DUI legislation is going into effect.  Below I have included a summary of the major changes to the law. Concentration (RCW 46.61.502) Still .08 for alcohol, but 5.00 NPM for Non-carboxy THC, or 0.00 NPM if client is

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Felony Conviction Vacated

Felony Conviction Vacated

Felony Hit and Run Vacated My client was convicted over 10 years ago on a felony hit and run.  He called my office and I vacated the conviction.  In Washington, after you successfully have a conviction vacated, you can legally tell employers that you have never been

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Prosecutors Start Dismissing Marijuana Charges

Prosecutors Start Dismissing Marijuana Charges Misdemeanor Possession Charges Being Dismissed Prosecutors around Washington have begun dismissing misdemeanor marijuana charges that fall within the requirements of the new law. Although the new law, Initiative 502, does not officially go into effect until December 6, 2012, we have been

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