Unfortunately, no - at least under California law. You may wish to consult a Washington State attorney as well, as I am licensed to practice in CA only and do not give legal advise in matters involving other states.Ask a similar question
I am not aware of any legal basis under Washington law to hold this person accountable for your actions.Ask a similar question
The biggest problem with the question you ask is that there's no way to prove her inducement of your intoxicated state. Unless she's willing to testify that she tied you down and forced you to ingest drugs, that is. Generally speaking "involuntary" intoxication is not a defense to DUI, although "forcible" intoxication might be...if the factual scenario could be made out.Ask a similar question
Although this issue has arisen with respect to person's asking other persons to leave their home or place of business after they have been drinking, there is no third party liability in the context of DUI in Washington State. The short answer is No. You would want to explain the circumstances to your attorney so that he or she could calculate the ingestion of alcohol and/or drugs over the course of the evening to help them better identify the amount in your system for argument later.Ask a similar question
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