Aaron A Pelley’s Guides

Aaron A Pelley

Seattle Criminal Defense Attorney.

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  1. Malicious Mischief in Washington State

    Written by attorney Aaron Pelley, about 6 years ago. STAFF PICK

    In Washington State, malicious mischief is a crime that happens when you cause physical damage to someone else's property. Malicious mischief can include erasing records, information, data, computer programs, or similar computer-related files that are recorded for use in compute...

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  2. Expungement in Washington State

    Written by attorney Aaron Pelley, about 6 years ago. STAFF PICK

    In Washington State, deletion of non-conviction data makes it possible to delete the criminal records of a person who was arrested for but not convicted of a crime. Government and background-check databases may still list a crime in your file even if you were not found guilty of...

    9 people found this Legal Guide helpful

  3. Possession of Stolen Property in Washington State

    Written by attorney Aaron Pelley, about 6 years ago.

    In Washington State, possession of stolen property is a crime that happens when you receive, have (possess), conceal, or destroy/discard stolen property. A variety of things will be considered when your case is reviewed by a lawyer or the courts, particularly the value of what yo...

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  4. Washington State Theft

    Written by attorney Aaron Pelley, about 6 years ago.

    If you have been accused of theft in Washington State, a variety of things will be considered when your case is reviewed by a lawyer or the courts, particularly the value of what you may have stolen. The type of punishment you are given by the court, if you are convicted of thef...

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  5. Vacation of Misdemeanor Conviction in Washington State

    Written by attorney Aaron Pelley, about 6 years ago.

    Vacation of misdemeanor conviction in Washington State allows people who were convicted of a misdemeanor (minor crime) to remove it from their criminal records after a certain amount of time has passed. If you were convicted of a misdemeanor in Washington State at least 3 years a...

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  6. Vacation of Felony Conviction in Washington State

    Written by attorney Aaron Pelley, over 6 years ago.

    Vacation of felony in Washington State allows people who were convicted of a felonya crime for which the sentence is at least one year in prisonto remove it from their criminal records after a certain amount of time has passed. If you were convicted of a felony in Washington Stat...

    10 people found this Legal Guide helpful