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Erin Bradley McAleer

Vancouver DUI / DWI Attorney.

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  1. My son was involved in an alcohol related car accident this past Sunday. I need to know what comes next....

    Answered about 1 year ago.

    1. Daniel Matthew McLafferty
    2. Jeffery Scott Whalley
    3. Scott W Edwards
    4. Erin Bradley McAleer
    5. Scott Weymouth Lawrence
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    As the others have stated you should contact a criminal defense attorney at your earliest opportunity. I would be more than happy to meet with you and your son to discuss his future. Good luck!

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  2. My sister filled a false police report. I was arrested and went to jail. Now I have an assult 4 charge on me. Have a court

    Answered over 1 year ago.

    1. Lennard Anthony Nahajski
    2. Erin Bradley McAleer
    3. Quinn Rosborough Dalan
    4. Edward T LeClaire
    5. Jeffrey W Holmes
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    Absolutely, you can fire your court appointed attorney and hire a private defense attorney. I would suggest gathering all the information you have on your case and scheduling a free consultation with a local practitioner to determine if they believe they can obtain a better result than the one you public defender has obtained for you. Most public defenders are highly skilled attorneys with a great deal of experience, however, they often lack the time to invest in your case which may make a big...

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  3. Can I get a passport if I have a class C felonie from when I was 17 years old?

    Answered about 2 years ago.

    1. Erin Bradley McAleer
    2. Thuong-Tri Nguyen
    3. Joseph A Lo Piccolo
    4. Benjamin J Lieberman
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    A passport is a document that certifies a person’s citizenship. It is basically a identity document. In fact, the US Passport form doesn’t ask the applicant about criminal history. Traditionally, there is just one type of felony that would prevent the person from getting a passport. A person is ineligible if he or she has “been convicted by a court or court martial of competent jurisdiction of committing any act of treason against, or attempting by force to overthrow, or bearing arms against,...

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  4. What constitutes constructive possession of a firearm?

    Answered about 1 year ago.

    1. Erin Bradley McAleer
    2. Scott Weymouth Lawrence
    3. Patrick Owen Earl
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    Actual possession is what most of us think of as possession—that is, having physical custody or control of an object" (United States v. Nenadich, 689 F.Supp. 285 [S.D. N.Y. 1988]). Actual possession, also sometimes called possession in fact, is used to describe immediate physical contact. For example, a person wearing a watch has actual possession of the watch. Likewise, if you have your wallet in your jacket pocket, you have actual possession of your wallet. This type of possession, however,...

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  5. Can I be sued for a resolved problem?

    Answered 6 months ago.

    1. Erin Bradley McAleer
    2. Douglas R Barnes
    3. Douglas Holbrook
    3 lawyer answers

    Yes. Your child is legally liable and you also become liable under RCW 4.24.190 which establishes an action against parents for willful injury to person or property by a minor by saying the following: "The parent or parents of any minor child under the age of eighteen years who is living with the parent or parents and who shall willfully or maliciously destroy or deface property, real or personal or mixed, or who shall willfully and maliciously inflict personal injury on another person,...

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  6. I have learned that there were not only local Detectives at my residence, asking for me- but they also went to my daughters home

    Answered almost 2 years ago.

    1. Erin Bradley McAleer
    2. Amanda Elizabeth Lee
    3. Aaron Lukoff
    3 lawyer answers

    Anytime a threat of of criminal prosecution is made it's best to retain a criminal defense attorney. At this point you need to distance yourself from your friend, and if you see him advise him that you cannot help him avoid the police, and he needs to retain an attorney as soon as possible. With that said, you are under no obligation to speak with the police, or provide them any information. If the detectives come to your door you can simply advise them that you are unaware of his current...

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  7. How long does it take to get off your record and How to do so?

    Answered about 2 years ago.

    1. Erin Bradley McAleer
    2. Robert Daniel Kelly
    3. Krisztian G Carrasco
    4. Kris R. Jensen
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    You may be eligible now. Here are the general requirements to vacate a misdemeanor, or gross misdemeanor in Washington: 1. The offense does not involve domestic violence and has been 3 years since you completed the terms and conditions of sentence including paying any ordered restitution or financial obligations; 2. You have not been convicted of any new crime in Washington, another state, or Federal court since you were convicted of the crime you are attempting to vacate; 3. You...

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  8. IF my girlfriend and i get in a verbal conflict and the neighbors call the police can that be DV .

    Answered over 1 year ago.

    1. Jay Bodzin
    2. Erin Bradley McAleer
    3. Stephen Joseph Cipolla
    4. Patrick Owen Earl
    5. Scott Weymouth Lawrence
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    Hire a local attorney to protect your rights. My office offers a free no obligation consultation. I hope that helps.

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  9. Have I commited the crime of disorderly conduct?

    Answered 10 months ago.

    1. Erin Bradley McAleer
    2. Daniel Matthew McLafferty
    3. Matthew R Hoff
    4. Kathryn Mary Holton
    4 lawyer answers

    A person is guilty of disorderly conduct if the person: (a) Uses abusive language and thereby intentionally creates a risk of assault. It sounds like you may have used abusive language, but I would argue that there was no risk of assault. Moreover if you were yelling about your disgust of the city, and not directing the abusive language at him personally you may have a 1st Amendment Freedom of Speech argument. Hire an attorney. If this is your first offense of this type I bet you fare well. I...

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  10. Disorderly Conduct for Shouting at a City Utility Worker, is it a crime now? Is it worth your time and my money to go to trial?

    Answered 9 months ago.

    1. Daniel Matthew McLafferty
    2. Kenan Lee Isitt
    3. Erin Bradley McAleer
    4. Bradley J Drury
    4 lawyer answers

    You should hire an attorney it's not worth the conviction being placed on your record. If this occurred in battle ground I may have some valuable information I'm willing to part with if you would like to call or email me on the issue.

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