I had 2 negligent discharge 4 months apart no one was hurt.
Not enough information to answer your question other than to say, hire a good attorney.See question
In 1999, when I was 18, I moved from Georgia to Washington state. I brought a car that was owned outright by my father. Since the vehicle was registered and titled in his name, I could not register the vehicle in WA state. I was cited for failure...
You may petition the court to vacate your conviction under authority of RCW 9.96.060.See question
It also stated what if need to do to reinstate it ,application fee, license fee, drive tests, and reissue fee of 150$And I can get it back . Im guessing after the refusal of breath test year suspension,there was another suspension later on for fta...
Call the Washington Department of Licensing and ask them your status. If suspended, expired or revoked, they will tell you why and what you need to do to have your license reinstated or renewed.See question
I had ended the relationship in Nov of 2016 and have not made contact with her since then, so far I have been taken to court for a no contact order, in which I was given two months, even though I had showed the court she was lying, I was still iss...
I don't see a question here. What is it that you are asking?See question
I am being charged with domestic violence assault 3rd degree and I have for previous DUIs on my record am I going to do jail time?
Assault in the Th rid Degree is a class C felony with a standard range of 1-3 months if no prior felony convictions. DUI is a misdemeanor, and so would not affect the stand range but could still be taken into consideration.See question
If someone has an unsupervised misdemeanor probation in Idaho and lives in Washington and got a citation for trespassing 2 and obstruction of an officer what type of punishment can I expect? I know the legal max possible but am wondering if jail ...
Criminal Trespass in the Second Degree is a misdemeanor, maximum penalty of 90 days in jail and/or a $1000 fine. Obstruction is a gross-misdemeanor; maximum penalty of 364 days in jail and/or a fine of $5000. The sentence that you might actually receive will depend on the facts of your particular case, the court in which it is charged and your criminal history. Best course of action for you would be to hire an attorney.See question
My fiance and I got into a verbal altercation and both of us had been drinking. It however turned physical. We both were in the wrong but he got taken to jail with a NCO order put in effect. Is there anything I can do since I did not call the poli...
Best course of action would be for your fiance to retain competent legal counsel. You can always ask the judge to lift the NCO, but whether your request will be granted depends on the specific nature of the allegations that lead to the arrest and whether there is a prior criminal history of similar conduct.See question
had a dui in seattle wa.then violated my probation and moved to another state.
It may be that you already have a warrant out for the probation violation. Best course of action is to either contact prior counsel, or a new attorney, to contact the court to determine if a warrant was issued. If the warrant has been issued, it will likely be for more than $5,000 which means you will have to post bail or turn yourself in order get a hearing to address the probation violation. Getting proof to the court and probation of treatment in another state may be enough to resolve the matter.See question
I was arrested for d.v. assault 4. We were already discussing who was moving prior. The judge wrote out order today at arraignment for no contact. Therefore I cannot go home and reside where my child and I live. After being released I got a ci...
If properly presented to the judge, you could obtain a modification of the no-contact order. Best course of action would be to retain experienced legal counsel with this matter.See question
Involved in malicious mischief, domestic violence my property is destroyed during a abusive relationship.
You do not need an attorney; simply call the police and an officer will be dispatched to investigate.See question