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Sharon Elizabeth Chirichillo

Sharon Chirichillo’s Legal Guides

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  • Labor Day Weekend: Commit & Drive When Sober

    Emphasis Patrols Around Labor Day weekend, traffic increases as families plan their final summer trip before the kids go back to school and the weather turns cool. Emphasis patrols will begin Frida

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  • How to Protect Your Washington State's Driver's License When Faced with a DUI Accusation

    Suspension or Revocation Depending on the nature of the action, a suspension, (the suspension time will run for under a year) or revocation, (the suspension time will run for one year or more), may o

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  • DUI Conviction & Travel to Canada = Not Permitted

    Minister's Approval of Rehabilitation The Inadmissibility Status can be removed by applying for a Minister’s Approval of Rehabilitation. After five years have elapsed from the termination of probatio

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  • How to Apply for an Ignition Interlock in Washington State

    What is an Ignition Interlock License. Since January 1, 2009, there is a new type of a license called an Ignition Interlock License (ILL). If you are arrested for a DUI in Washington State you may

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  • 7 Things You Need to Know if Stopped by the Police for a DUI in Washington State

    Most people know that the law states you are legally seen as under the influence when the official breath test reads .08 or above. What you may not know is that you can be arrested for a DUI if, in the officer's opinion, you are under the influence regardless of the breath test reading.

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  • Consequences of a DUI Conviction in Washington State

    If you are convicted of driving under the influence of alcohol, you face serious consequences. In addition to possible jail time and a sizable fine, you could lose your driver's license for several months or longer.

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  • What to Do If You Are Stopped for Drunk Driving in Washington State

    The traffic stop Washington law requires that there must be an actual traffic violation or a specific, stated suspicion of a crime for you to be stopped by an officer. Being stopped for the sole purpose of allowing the officer to check your driver's license and registration is no...

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