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Brian Michael Sullivan
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Brian Sullivan’s Legal Cases

16 total


  • Defense of Numerous DUI Clients

    Practice Area:
    DUI & DWI
    Outcome:
    Many of my clients never get a DUI
    Description:
    Having a competent lawyer on your side who practices heavily as a DUI Defense Lawyer and is a member of DUI organizations is the most important thing you can do when charged with a DUI or other Criminal Traffic charge. Attorney Brian M. Sullivan is a member of the National DUI College, the Washington Association of Criminal Defense Lawyers, and a former Snohomish County DUI prosecutor. Brian has successfully defended numerous DUIs in Washington from Seattle to Kent, Bellevue, Issaquah, Redmond, Seattle, Monroe, Lake Forest Park, Shoreline, Lynnwood, Snohomish County, Everett, Marysville, Mount Vernon, and Anacortes.
  • State v. H.L.

    Practice Area:
    DUI & DWI
    Outcome:
    Neg 1. No Jail. Reduced from over .15 DUI
    Description:
    HL was charged with DUI on I-5 near Everett, Washington. His admitted to drinking, failed his field sobriety tests, and had a .16 breath test. I motion on probable cause to stop my client was used as negotiation and we ended up with a great result.
  • State v. D.H.

    Practice Area:
    DUI & DWI
    Outcome:
    Neg 1 - down from a DUI
    Description:
    (not available)
  • State v. C.W.

    Practice Area:
    Criminal Defense
    Outcome:
    Dismissed - Cleared of Charge
    Description:
    C.W. was charged with Assault IV. After Brian's successful negotiation with the prosecutor, the State became convinced they could not win at trial. The case was dismissed.
  • State v. N.F.

    Practice Area:
    DUI & DWI
    Date:
    Dec 01, 2007
    Outcome:
    DUI Dismissed!
    Description:
    N.F. was charged with a DUI in the Everett area. N.F. came to me concerned because it appeared she had been caught pretty much "red handed." The officer came up to her, after she'd been driving, and accused her of driving drunk. After being arrested, she was looking at up to a year in jail and a $5000 fine. The prosecutor wanted several days, along with a license loss, and other "Standard DUI Conditions." Based on the legal issue of corpus delecti, the case was dismissed.
  • State v. F.L.

    Practice Area:
    DUI & DWI
    Date:
    May 31, 2012
    Outcome:
    Case Dismissed.
    Description:
    F.L. was stopped after racing out of a fast food restaurant. He was pretty hammered. He was subsequently stopped by the officer. Fortunately for my client, numerous issues occurred during the personal contact between him and the officer. After a lengthy motion, the court suppressed almost all evidence obtained against my client.
  • Estate of R.J. v. Major Drugstore Corp.

    Practice Area:
    Wrongful Death
    Date:
    Jan 31, 2012
    Outcome:
    Settlement Obtained Prior to Trial
    Description:
    A major drug store's negligence caused death to an elderly man who was in excellent shape. The case was settled under confidential terms.
  • State v. S.G.

    Practice Area:
    DUI & DWI
    Date:
    Apr 18, 2012
    Outcome:
    2nd DUI reduced to Negligent Driving 1st Degree
    Description:
    S.G. was driving home from a dinner with friends when he was stopped for going 7 miles over the speed limit. He agreed to do field sobriety tests and did horribly. Eventually, a blood test indicated that he had done more than have dinner and drinks; he had also consumed a substantial amount of marijuana. Evidence was suppressed.
  • Estate of M.H.

    Practice Area:
    Personal Injury
    Date:
    Feb 20, 2012
    Outcome:
    Case Settled Prior to Trial
    Description:
    M.H. was seriously injured in an auto accident, breaking several bones. Sadly, M.H. passed away several weeks later from an unrelated incident.
  • State v. V.G.

    Practice Area:
    DUI & DWI
    Date:
    Dec 11, 2012
    Outcome:
    Not Guilty Jury Verdict
    Description:
    Our client was stopped while merging onto I-5 in Seattle. He was investigated by a 30 year police veteran and a WSP trooper. Prior to trial, his refusal to take a portable breath test, as well as his BAC test results were suppressed.