Monthly Archives: August 2022

Golf Cart and DUI?

Any vehicle that has a motor is considered a ‘motor vehicle’ for DUI purposes. RCW 46.04.670 defines what a motor vehicle is in Washington State. It reads: “’Vehicle’ includes every device capable of being moved upon a public highway and in, upon, or by which any persons or property is or may be transported or… Continue Reading »

Can I Represent Myself in Court?

In most situations, it is not advisable to represent yourself when faced with a criminal charge. On the other hand, for smaller civil trials, self-representation can be effective and cheap. If you plan on going to small claims court, self-representation is very common, and this is the easiest type of trial to go through alone.… Continue Reading »

Yes, you do have a right to protect your property and possibly even use force to do so, but you must be careful in taking such action. The legal term for this right is ‘stand your ground’ and essentially it means there is no duty to retreat – if a person is being attacked in… Continue Reading »