Assault 4 Domestic Violence – Self Defense – Dismissed Client was arrested and charged with assault fourth degree domestic violence when his ex called police and reported that he had pulled her hair and struck her several times. Officers showed up to their home and my client had injuries to him and was calm with … Read more
Client was charged with assault 4 DV, strangulation of his girlfriend and attempting to imprison her. The assault 2 was a strike offense in the state of Washington. The prosecution ultimately dismissed all charges for lack of evidence.
Client was accused by wife and daughter of assaulting wife. Police officers had photographs of injuries. Jury acquitted my client after 1 day trial.
Assault 4 DV, Strangulation, Menacing and Interfering with Reporting Dismissed My client was charged with Assault 4 DV, Interfering with Domestic Violence Reporting, Menacing DV and Strangulation DV in Clackamas County, Oregon. The charged stemmed from an incident where neighbors reported a fight between my client and his girlfriend. After months of litigation, the prosecution … Read more
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 a person to surrender their firearms if that … Read more
Assault 4 DV – Dismissed [custom_frame_right] [/custom_frame_right] Client was charged with Assault 4 DV. The prosecution dismissed the charge 3 days before trial due to lack of evidence