Another Crackdown in Seattle

Another crime crackdown is in the works in the City of Seattle. Seattle is out to squelch hate crimes by stepping up its efforts to reduce malicious harassment around the city. Mayor Murray announced this past Thursday, along with Police Chief Kathleen O’Toole, that the city is going to make a concerted effort to reduce crimes against people based on their sexual orientation. The increased effort comes after a number of violent attacks in the Capitol Hill area.

To initiate this plan, local businesses, educational institutions and organizations will be provided with decals and information on how to report hate crimes around the city. In addition, there will be training on when to call 911, how to shelter crime victims until police arrive and proactive outreach about working with the police department’s LGBT liaison officer.

Sometimes good people make bad mistakes. None of us are perfect, and sometimes our mistakes result in criminal charges. This is where SQ Attorneys fits into the picture. If you or a loved one is arrested for a crime in Washington State it would be smart to immediately contact a Seattle criminal defense attorney to protect your rights and interests. The Seattle criminal defense attorneys that make up the criminal defense team of SQ Attorneys are highly qualified and reputable Seattle criminal defense lawyers that are dedicated to providing top notch, aggressive representation for those arrested for crime all across Western Washington and the Greater Puget Sound region. The team creates success by working with law enforcement and the prosecuting attorney’s office to ensure that all facts and circumstances related to the criminal allegations are considered in creating the fairest, most equitable and just resolution possible in light of all the surrounding circumstances of the given case. So, whether cited for assault, property destruction or some other crime, protect yourself … call SQ Attorneys immediately.

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