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Lewis Dallas Keikialii Cooney

Spokane Personal Injury Lawyer.

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  1. Probation violation?

    Answered almost 4 years ago.

    1. Lewis Dallas Keikialii Cooney
    2. Scott Weymouth Lawrence
    3. Cynthia Russell Henley
    3 lawyer answers

    Generally, judges in Eastern WA do not impose "No civil infractions" as a condition of probation on DUI or Driving While License Suspended convictions. With that in mind, I would be a surprised if the Speeding in a School Zone infraction is a violation of probation. On the other hand, if you were charged with both Speeding AND Driving While License Suspended while on probation, then you most likely have violated. To be certain, you should immediately review the Judgement and Sentence...

  2. 1st DUI. What can I expect?

    Answered over 4 years ago.

    1. Stan Glisson
    2. Lewis Dallas Keikialii Cooney
    3. Matthew A Leyba
    4. Scott Weymouth Lawrence
    4 lawyer answers

    I assume you attended your "First Appearance" on Monday. The judge either rescheduled your matter for an Arraignment - a hearing to enter a plea - or accepted a not guilty plea from you and scheduled your matter for a pre-trial hearing. Either way the two best pieces of advice I can give is to stay orgainized and to hire an attorney. Be sure to mark every calendar you have for your next court appearance AND for a pending deadline to request an administrative hearing with the Department...

  3. I live in Oregon but got a DUI in Washington, under which laws will I be charged?

    Answered almost 4 years ago.

    1. Troy Austin Pickard
    2. Lewis Dallas Keikialii Cooney
    2 lawyer answers

    If the incident occurred in WA, then you will be prosecuted under WA law. The transfer of the case back to your home state likely has to do with the Interstate Compact. In a DUI setting the Interstate Compact primarily applies to probation issues. That shouldn't become a problem unless this is your second or subsequent DUI charge. If you lose your license as a result of the DUI case, either in court or through the administrative process, then the WA Department of Licensing will require...

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