Monthly Archives: October 2014

Former Seahawks Player Arrested Again for DUI

Former Seahawk running back Spencer Ware was arrested on suspicion of DUI again on September 2, 2014  in Maple Valley. Court records show he was booked into jail in Kent at 3:21 a.m. the morning of September 2, 2014 The case had been referred to the Maple Valley prosecutor’s office for filing of charges. It… Continue Reading »

Things to Consider when Cited for DUI

Potential DUI clients who visit with us for the first time often ask us similar questions. One such question is, “What can I do to show that I am taking this seriously?” Greg and I answer this question the same way each and every time, immediately attend a DUI Victims Panel. Attending a DUI Victim’s Panel helps… Continue Reading »

Daylight DUI Arrests on the Rise

The Washington State Patrol is warning motorists to be on the lookout for drunk drivers after a series of daylight DUI arrests in recent days. The most recent case came Tuesday morning when a woman was pulled over in Olympia and found with a blood-alcohol level of more than three times the legal limit of… Continue Reading »

Ever Evolving Laws

Could there be a change in the future to Washington State’s texting while driving law? The law, as written, may be a bit outdated according to a Washington’s State Traffic Safety Commission. Currently, the law is not specific enough to deal with surfing the net, checking emails or sending instant messages on one’s phone because… Continue Reading »

Bigger Harvest Could Lower Washington Legal Marijuana Prices

Slowly and in beat with the rhythms of agriculture, licensed producers are growing enough pot that retailers hope to eventually lower prices enough to diminish the black market, one of the major justifications for Initiative 502, passed by state voters nearly two years ago. So far, legal marijuana store owners admit legalizing and licensing marijuana… Continue Reading »

The Crackdown Continues

Accidents, injuries and overall carnage are what keep causing the government’s aggressive policy to ‘crackdown’ on DUI’s. Case in point, on the evening of September 20th a driver in West Seattle was booked into custody after a multiple-scene crash north of Morgan Junction. The first part of the accident was on the southbound side of… Continue Reading »