Nicholas George’s Answers

Nicholas George

Tacoma DUI / DWI Attorney.

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  1. Can Washington state count my Wet Reckless from California state as a DUI under WA state law?

    Answered about 1 month ago.

    1. Scott Weymouth Lawrence
    2. Nicholas George
    3. Ryan Hogaboam
    4. Matthew Robert White
    5. Jonathan David Rands
    5 lawyer answers

    hi, I really empathize with you.WHAT THIS REALLY BOILS DOWN TO IS HOW YOU WROTE YOUR GUILTY STATEMENT. You need to get a copy of your statement of defendant on plea of guilty. If said statement says that you were intoxicated or seriously impaired, then it is highly likely that Washington will treat the California offense as the equivalent to a DUI. If said statement says that you had consumed alcohol prior to the offense, then there is a very good chance that the California offense would not...

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  2. If i have been ordered by the court not to drink, may i drink if i leave the country? Or does that court order still apply?

    Answered over 3 years ago.

    1. Nicholas George
    2. Noah E. Weil
    2 lawyer answers

    YOU SHOULD BE WARY IN A FOREIGN COUNTRY. fOR example,inEurope dui laws are even more severe than in washington state. Your vehicle could even made subject to forfeiture. As for driving with a pending dui, you are risking a great deal.You will be charged with driving while license suspended in the second degree. ADD the fact that minors are in the vehicle and you are looking at serious license suspensiontime and quite possibly jail.The best resolution to your dui case will likely go away....

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  3. I got a traffic ticket and wondering what to do to defer it so it won't go to my driving record?

    Answered over 3 years ago.

    1. Wade Steven Samuelson
    2. Nicholas George
    3. Jeremy Scott Bartels
    3 lawyer answers

    yOU need a record without infractions committed. You would ask the judge for a deferred finding. Then you would have to go 6 months or 1 year without an infraction. This state allows for a deferred finding every 7 years. You can obtain a deferred finding for a moving and a nonmoving violation. Be careful. sometimes, this distinction between the 2 offenses is not clear. Nick George attorney.

  4. So If my brother who is 17 and gets charged with Robbery 1 and assault. What is the difference sentencing with minor or adult?

    Answered over 3 years ago.

    1. Nicholas George
    2. Craig Arthur Peterson
    3. Jeremy Scott Bartels
    3 lawyer answers

    yOUR BROTHER WOULD BE FACED WITH MANY WEEKS IN CUSTODY INSTEAD OF MANY MONTHS AS AN ADULT. tHERE ARE OTHER CONSIDERATIONS-DEADLY WEAPON INVOLVED, LEVEL OF ASSAULT, NATURE OF HARM, AND VALUE OF ITEM IF PROPERTY IS INVOLVED- JUST TO NAME A FEW. tHIS IS nick george,attorney.

  5. Test1234

    Answered over 3 years ago.

    1. Jonathan A Baner
    2. Nicholas George
    2 lawyer answers

    SOUNDS LIKE A POSSIBLE DISMISSAL BASED ON JIBBERISH

  6. What can I say at my husbands sentencing?

    Answered over 3 years ago.

    1. Craig Arthur Peterson
    2. Thuong-Tri Nguyen
    3. Nicholas George
    3 lawyer answers

    you have provided very little info.Right now, I can tell you that you should mention every possible and valid thing about your husband which can elicit sympathy, empathy, show indicators of being a good person and citizen,his sincere remorse, and determination to improve as well as rehabilitate himself. Good Luck. nick george,Kirkland criminal defense attorney.

  7. I know a man who was convicted of attempted murder on 'hearsay' eight years ago. I thought this was not possible

    Answered over 3 years ago.

    1. Nicholas George
    2. Scott Weymouth Lawrence
    3. R James Christie III
    3 lawyer answers

    iT IS ALMOST VCERTAIN THAT WHAT YOU CALLED HEARSAY FIT INTO AN EXCEPTION SUCH AS EXCITED UTTERANCE OR PRESENT SENSE IMPRESSION. UNDER THESE EXCEPTIONS, IT WOULD BE ADMISSIBLE IN COURT. WITHOUT MORE INFORMATION, i CANNOT FURTHER ANALYZE THE SPECIFIC CASE GOOD LUCK. NICK GEORGE KIRKLAND DEFENSE ATTORNEY..

  8. Does my son have the right to view survailance of himself in a store that has accused him of theft.

    Answered over 3 years ago.

    1. Robert Daniel Kelly
    2. Lenell Rae Nussbaum
    3. Nicholas George
    3 lawyer answers

    Your son does have a right to view surveilance of himself in a store that has accused him of theft. Please be advised that it is likely that he will meet with considerable resistance from the stores lost prevention department. Unless he secures an attorney, the request will likely be delayed considerably if not indefinitely. Once charges are filed, an attorney can submit a Notice of Appearance and Request for Discovery to the Prosecutor. Then, if the Prosecutor does not provide this information...

  9. I was granted a deferred prosecution 12/08 in Washington State - My 2 year court date is coming up and I was curious what to

    Answered almost 4 years ago.

    1. Travis S Jones
    2. Nicholas George
    3. Matthew A Leyba
    4. Linda Medeiros Callahan
    4 lawyer answers

    Given that you have successfully completed your two year treatment program, the court will likely spend more time commending you for your efforts. However, you must recall that three more years remain for you to satisfy the requirements fully. Specifically, you cannot have any criminal law violations during the three year period. Consequently, it takes five years total for a dismissal of a DUI vis-a-vis deferred prosecution. Also, please bear in mind that should you received a subsequent DUI,...