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Alaska States DUI laws state that if you have three DUI within ten years it is considered a Felony DUI. But In Washington State it states not until your fourth DUI it is then considered a felony DUI. I have nothing over my head as far as legal implications and only have the suspended license left to deal with at this time. I have had my license suspended going on four years and am about ready to lose my job because of the lengthy suspension time. I would indebted with any type of positive information anyone could provide to me. Thanks
probably not because WA is going to have to check the national database to see if you are withdrawn in any other state.
What are the consequences for a 19 year old with breethalyzer of .137, first offence? Case hearing to be held in city limits, even though the offense was in country juridiction and carried out by a county officer.
Although I am not a Washington State attorney, based upon my experience with defending DUI cases in Virginia, I would...
The officer also gave me my qvar repeatedly while I was handcuffed.
You need a lawyer to fight this for you. These are serious charges that require serious defenses. This is not a self...
In Washington after that will I face jail time?
Most likely if you are convicted. However, you can probably fight it and should hire a lawyer to at least try to get it...
i didn't to great on the tests and blew a .194 as there any way for to make the court throw it out? i don't even think i crossed the line. other than that i was driving normally and safely
On these facts if you attempt to defend yourself without a lawyer you will be convicted.
I don't have a car so I need someone who is in Olympia or Shelton
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Someone was arrested and was at first given a court appointed attorney but then hired a criminal defense attorney. The minimum in Wash state is 45 days in jail, he has done 38 and has court tomorrow. He is an inmate worker now and was told the prosecutors offered 10 weeks in custody, 10 weeks home monitoring and 10 weeks chemical dependency treatment inside. None of his time spent would count apparently. He was already in a treatment program and is still OK'ed to return if he is released. He wants to decline the 10, 10, 10 offer because he has heard several others get off with 45, 60, or 90 days. If he declines the offer is it completely off the table? And is it customary to decline the first offer given by the prosecutors?
What to ultimately expect in a case like this is dependent upon many factors. His attorney is the one he needs to...