Both of my colleagues are correct - you are facing serious criminal charges, as well as SIGNIFICANT licensing consequences. The important thing to realize is that a DUI conviction CAN NOT be vacated or expunged.
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You should immediately consult with an attorney in your area who is experienced with the DOL. There may be ways to avoid the suspension, as well as ways to get a temporary license so you can continue to drive, even if your license is suspended.
Generally speaking an officer needs what is called reasonable articulable suspicion to pull you over, and to expand that stop into field sobriety testing. He needs probable cause only to ARREST you. They are not required to issue that moving violation, nor to give you a copy of the police report. The best way to get one is to hire a lawyer and let them discuss it with you.
You have no right to a blood test instead of a breath test under the law, however, if you wish to have a SEPERATE blood...
Assault in the 4th Degree is a gross misdemeanor punishable by up to one year in jail and a $5000 fine. Because this is a domestic violence allegation, you need to make sure you're handling it right away, as DV can have significant impact on your other rights.
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Generally, the age of consent in Washington IS 16 years of age. Unless there is a significant relationship, such as teacher/student, etc. under the law, it should be allowable. However, you should consult with an attorney as soon as possible to make sure the specifics of your case do NOT include liability.
Both of these are gross misdemeanors, carrying up to one year in jail and a $5000 fine as a maxiumum penalty. You DEFINATELY need to consult with an attorney familiar with the local courts that you're charged in.
Generally speaking, the certification card is not necessary as part of the DOL packet if the officer alleges in the report elsewhere that he's certified to operate a BAC machine. That being said - if this is your second DUI - you need to have an attorney working on this for you - the stakes are far too high to do this alone.
Your age isn't the factor that will determine whether or not this is treated as a first offense.
What determines that is the timeline. Was your first arrest more than seven years prior to your second arrest? If so - for mandatory sentencing purposes, your second arrest is a "first offense". Either way, the court can certainly see that you had a prior, and may take that into consideration at sentencing, if needed.
You should definately consult with and hire a DUI attorney as soon as you can.