Case Results

  • Ticket for Improper Lane Usage - Dismissed.

    September 2014

    Client received a civil traffic citation for Improper Lane Usage under RCW 46.61.140 and was in danger of losing his job as a trucker. Seattle traffic attorney, Mark Blair, was able to persuade the prosecutor to dismiss the case. Read On

  • Charge of Arson in the Second Degree - Dismissed

    Our client was charged with Arson (RCW 9A.48.030) and Burglary in the Second Degree (RCW 9A.52.030. We were able to negotiate dismissal of the Arson charge in exchange for a plea to the Burglary in the Second Degree. Read On

  • Charge of Child Molestation in the Second Degree (Domestic Violence) - Dismissed

    Our client was charged with one count of Child Molestation in the Second Degree - Domestic Violence (RCW 9A.44.086). After an extensive investigation and prolonged negotiations we were able to convince the prosecutor to enter an order of dismissal. Read On

  • Two Counts of Felony Assault in the Third Degree - Amended to misdemeanor charges of Attempted Assault 3

    Our client, a disabled veteran, was charged with two counts Assault 3 from an altercation at the VA hospital where he was receiving treatment for PTSD. We were able to convince the prosecutor to amend the charges to misdemeanor violations with a no-jail sentence. Read On

  • Civil Infraction for Speeding 80 in a 60 - Dismissed

    A long-time client of our firm, with a very bad driving record, was cited recently for traveling 80 mph in a 60 mph zone. We were able to get the ticket dismissed without the need for our client to appear in court, pay a fine or take a driving course. Read On

  • Charge of DUI with .12/.12 BAC - Reduced to Reckless Driving

    Our client received a criminal charge of DUI in the Lynnwood Municipal Court. We were able to negotiate a reduction to a lesser charge of DUI with no jail time. Read On

  • Firearm Rights - Restored

    December 2013

    Our client lost his right to possess a firearm because of a 1999 conviction for Assault 4th Degree - Domestic Violence (RCW 9A.36.041), filed in the King County Juvenile Court. In December of 2013, the King County Superior Court granted our petition to restore our client's right to possess a fire... Read On

  • Felony Conviction - Vacated

    December 2013

    In December of 2000, our client was convicted of Unlawful Possession of a Controlled Substance, a Class C felony (RCW 69.50.401). In December of 2013, the King County Superior Court granted our motion to vacate that conviction. Read On

  • Civil Traffic Infractions – 10 Dismissals

    Our legal team has placed a renewed emphasis on handling civil traffic infractions such as speeding (RCW 46.61.400), with successful results. Of the 15 tickets we handled in the past 30 days, 10 were dismissed while the other 5 were amended to non-moving violations that do not affect insurance ra... Read On

  • Criminal Record for Assault in the Fourth Degree – Record Sealed

    Our client had received a case dismissal after being charged with the crime of Assault in the Fourth Degree (RCW 9A.36.04) in 2011. As a result of the dismissed charge on his record, our client and his family faced substantial difficulties. We were successful our client's court record seal. Read On

  • Convictions for Theft in the Third Degree – Sentence Modified, Deportation Avoided

    Our client, a foreign citizen who was a permanent U.S. resident, had three separate misdemeanor convictions for Theft in the Third Degree (RCW 9A.56.050), each of which put him at risk of deportation. We were able to persuade the judge to grant our motion to modify the maximum sentence from 365 d... Read On

  • Multiple Criminal Convictions - Vacated

    Our client had two felony convictions and one misdemeanor conviction relating to drug crimes dating back more than 10 years. The convictions prevented our client from performing volunteer work at their child's school. We were successful in vacating multiple separate convictions. Read On

  • Juvenile Felony Conviction - Vacated/Sealed

    October 2013

    Our client had a juvenile felony conviction for Burglary in the Second Degree (RCW 9A.52.030) that was preventing him from obtaining a concealed pistol license. The King County Juvenile Court granted our petition to have the conviction vacated and the record sealed. Read On

  • Juvenile Felony Conviction - Vacated/Sealed

    October 2013

    Our client had a juvenile conviction for VUCSA - Possession of Marijuana with Intent to Deliver (RCW 69.50.401) that was preventing him from obtaining employment.The King County Juvenile Court granted our petition to have the conviction vacated and the record sealed. Read On

  • Theft in the Third Degree Conviction - Vacated

    October 2013

    Our client had a Theft in the Third Degree (RCW 9A.56.050)  conviction that was threatening his employment. The Kent Municipal Court granted our petition to have that conviction vacated. Read On

  • Juvenile Felony Conviction - Vacated/Sealed

    September 2013

    Our client had juvenile conviction for Assault in the Third Degree (RCW 9A.36.031) that kept coming up in a background check for employment. The King County Juvenile Court granted our petition to have the conviction vacated and the record sealed. Read On

  • Juvenile Felony Conviction - Vacated/Sealed

    September 2013

    Our client had a juvenile conviction for Unlawful Possession of a Firearm (RCW 9.41.040).The Okanogon County Juvenile Court granted our petition to have that conviction vacated and the record sealed. Read On

  • Firearm Rights - Restored

    September 2013

    Our client had a felony conviction for Unlawful Possession of a Firearm (RCW 9.41.040) that was preventing him from purchasing a rifle to go hunting. The Okanogon County Superior Court granted our petition to restore our client's right to possess a firearm. Read On

  • Domestic Violence Protection Order - Record Sealed and Client's Name Redacted

    August 2013

    Our client was the respondent in a petition for a Domestic Violence Protection Order (RCW 26.50.025). The order was denied when petitioner did not appear at hearing for entry of the permanent order but existence of the court record threatened our client's career as a fireman. The Skagit County Su... Read On

  • Charge of Assault in the Fourth (Domestic Violence) - Dismissed

    August 2013

    Our client was charged with Assault 4th Degree - Domestic Violence (RCW 9A.36.041) in the King County District Court, Bellevue WA. We set the matter for trial and the case was dismissed when the City of Bellevue Prosecutor was unable to produce the complaining witness. Read On

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