Our office has over 40 years of combined experience handling all types of criminal matters. We handle felony charges, gross misdemeanors and misdemeanors, including assault, burglary, drug charges, theft, sex offenses, DUI, other driving offenses and many other criminal matters.
Criminal matters are serious and, if convicted, may have adverse effects on your life, such as:
- Having a criminal record, which may show up on a criminal background check.
- Damage to your reputation and possible loss of employment.
- Being subject to fines, possible jail time and other requirements of the court.
- Potential adverse effects on schooling, employers and other organizations that do criminal background checks.
If you are, or may be, the subject of a criminal prosecution or investigation, it is important to get legal advice as early in the investigation or prosecution as possible. You need aggressive legal representation to fight for your rights.
Time is an issue in every DUI case. If you have been arrested for DUI, please contact our attorneys right away at 509-758-1005 to have the best possible chance to preserve your rights.[/reveal]
Drug offenses can also have serious consequences. While possession and use of marijuana in small quantities is legal in Washington, it is still illegal to manufacture or sell marijuana unless you are a licensed grower, licensed seller or a person with a medical marijuana license. Some drugs, that have a potential for serious abuse, are looked at much more seriously and delivery of those drugs can have extremely serious consequences. Our office is familiar with search and seizure issues, warrant requirements and calculation of sentence ranges.[/reveal]