Monthly Archives: February 2016

MRJC – Assault 4 – DV

If you are arrested, and subsequently charged, by a WSP trooper in unincorporated King County for Assault 4 DV, your charges will be heard at the Kent MRJC (hereinafter, “MRJC”) domestic violence court. This is so even if the incident happened near Shoreline, West Seattle or even Redmond. All of the non-felony related DV cases… Continue Reading »

DV's and Subpoenas

In criminal cases witnesses, including alleged victims, often have questions about getting subpoenaed to testify. This is most true in domestic violence cases; often the alleged victim does not want to testify against the defendant for a variety of reasons. In criminal cases the government must prove their case ‘beyond a reasonable doubt; this standard… Continue Reading »

'Crime Free Housing' – Havoc for Those charged with DV

How is it possible that a domestic violence allegation can wreck absolute havoc in a person’s living situation? Sadly, it is more common than not. A simple call for police assistance so as to de-escalate a family squabble will likely land one of the involved parties in jail … and charged with a domestic violence… Continue Reading »

The Most Wanted List – NTSB Style

The National Transportation Safety Board’s 2016 Most Wanted List is out! The Most Wanted List represents the NTSB’s advocacy priorities, and is designed to ‘increase awareness of, and support for, the most critical changes needed to reduce transportation accidents and save lives’ around the United States. View the NTSB press conference here:  NTSB YouTube Channel. … Continue Reading »