Monthly Archives: December 2009

Close Encounters – Violation of No Contact Orders and the Law in Washington State

Anyone who knowingly breaks with the guidelines of a No Contact Order faces charges of Gross Misdemeanor.  And that can mean up to a year in jail, plus a fine in the region of $5,000. Classified as a domestic violence crime, Violation of a No Contact Order is a serious offence and one which carries… Continue Reading »

Using Renton DUI Attorneys to Win Your Case

Losing a DUI case can be financially and personally draining. High court costs, fines and other fees can drain your accounts, while the stress of losing driving privileges and personal freedoms can easily take its’ toll on personal relationships. Finding the best Renton DUI attorneys is the only way to insure a fair chance at… Continue Reading »

Defending Hit and Run Drivers in Washington State

In Washington State the law dictates that drivers involved in any kind of road traffic accident that causes injury to a person or damage to someone else’s vehicle or property must stop immediately at the incident scene. If it is not possible to stop at the scene without causing further problems, then stopping nearby is… Continue Reading »

Renton Felony Laws and Your Rights

A Renton felony case, or a felony case in any city in Washington State, is a very serious matter that should never be taken lightly. Felonies are divided into classes; Class A, Class B, and Class C. Class A felonies include the strongest charges, with maximum sentencing being life in prison and/or a fine up… Continue Reading »