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Washington Drunk Driving Defense Attorneys

  1. Aberdeen
  2. Arlington
  3. Auburn
  4. Bainbridge Island
  5. Bellevue Bellevue
  6. Bellingham
  7. Bonney Lake
    1. Geiersbach & Kraft: The consequences of being charged and convicted of a crime often extend beyond possible jail time and fines. Depending on the charge, individuals can lose their driver’s license, lose state and/or federal financial aid, lose their right to possess firearms, lose their right to vote, be restricted from leaving the country, state, or county, be required to abide by a no contact order, and/or be required to complete a variety of classes as part of a term of probation. In addition, difficulties are sure to arise when looking for employment, attempting to get a loan, and furthering one’s education.
  8. Bothell
  9. Bremerton
  10. Burien
  11. Burlen
    1. Kannin Law Firm: Initially after your arrest, when you see the police report and all the evidence against you, you may think your case is hopeless. Don't give up! An experienced DUI attorney may find issues to work into a powerful defense, or even discover a fatal flaw in the case that could cause the prosecution to back down or give up.
  12. Burlington
  13. Camas
    1. McCray, Vern: criminal and family law
    2. Cane, Neil: Felony charges require experience and judgement.
  14. Centralia
  15. Chehalis
    1. Mano, McKerricher, & Paroutaud: CRIMINAL DEFENSE Driving While Intoxicated Felonies & Misdemeanors Appeals
    2. Williams & Johnson: criminal defense
  16. Cle Elum
    1. Heritage Law Offices: UI/DWI Defense Ñ Being arrested for drunk driving, driving under the influence (DUI), or driving while intoxicated (DWI) can be an unsettling proposition, to say the least. If you have been arrested or accused of drunk driving, DUI, DWI, or any other alcohol-related or drug-related driving offense, you need an experienced lawyer to help you regain control of your life.
  17. Colfax
  18. Covington
    1. Stewart MacNichols & Harmell: The elements of DUI related crimes such as DUI/DWI, Physical Control and Minor Operating a Motor Vehicle After Consuming Alcohol are set forth in the Revised Code of Washington. Be aware that theses statutes may have been interpreted by courts in a number of significant decisions that may or may not be relevant to the circumstances surrounding your specific case. For a complete discussion of the elements, and specifically how the law relates to your case, it is important to consult with a lawyer.
  19. Coupville
    1. Arndt & Walker: Catastrophic Personal Injury Neighbor Law DUI Real Property Major Criminal Cases Family Law Wills & Trusts Litigation Business Creation
    2. Truitt & Lyons: family law, personal injury, criminal law and juvenile law.
    3. Platt & Buescher: DUI Divorce Criminal Law Personal Injury Wrongful Death Major Crimes Auto Accidents Civil Litigation Child Custody Malpractice Juvenile Law Family Law Real Estate Estate Planning Wills
    4. Terry Smith: If you do not request that hearing within 30 days from the date of your arrest. Department of Licensing (DOL) will send a letter to you telling you that your license will be suspended on or before the 60th day after your arrest.
  20. DuPont
    1. Jardine Law: If you reside in the state of Washington and you've been arrested for DUI there are two proceedings: 1. The civil case where you can request a Department of Licensing hearing. 2. The criminal case whereby you are charged with a crime and the court can impose both fines and jail time. Penalties [RCW 46.61.5055] are associated with both of these proceedings. Washington State's DUI criminal penalties vary. For any DUI conviction, minimal jail-time is 24 hours. A DUI sentence of up to 365 days may be given by a judge. If you have prior DUI convictions or if you refused a breath test at the time of your arrest, the mandatory minimum sentence could be enhanced.
  21. Edgewood
    1. Yanasak, Kevin: Personal Injury Auto Accidents Wrongful Death Motorcycle Accidents Slip & Fall Accidents Premise Liability Pedestrian Accidents Family Law Dissolution Paternity Child Custody Visitation Child Support Criminal Law Felony Misdemeanor DUI Juvenile Traffic Domestic Violence Probate Estate Planning Wills Community Property Agreements Power-of-Attorney Directive to Physicians
  22. Edmonds
  23. Ellensburg
  24. Enumclaw
  25. Ephratta
    1. Anderson, Douglas: DUI, MIP/MIC, Possession of Marijuana, and all other Misdemeanor Charges
  26. Everett Everett Everett Everett Everett Everett
  27. Fall City
    1. Speikers, David: DUI Defense
  28. Federal Way
  29. Ferndale
    1. Ellingson, Roger: Civil Litigation (Trial Work in Personal Injury, Contracts, Seizures & other areas of practice) Property Law (Real Estate, Land Use, Foreclosures, Timber Trespass, Easements & Boundaries) Estate Planning (Wills, Powers of Attorney, Trusts, Health Care Directives, Medicaid Planning & Probate) Criminal Law (Criminal Defense of Misdemeanors and Felonies (including DUIs, Traffic Infractions, Expungements and Rights Restoration) Landlord - Tenant Law Business Law (Formation of Corporations, LLCs, Partnerships, and related business transactions) Family Law (Divorce, Separation, Parenting Plans, Child Support, Domestic Partnerships, Adoptions and Guardianships)
  30. Fife
  31. Freeland
    1. Smith, Terry: You have 30 days from the date of your arrest for a DUI to request a hearing from the Department of Licensing. The purpose of that hearing will be to determine the status of your License to Drive pending the outcome of your case.
  32. Gig Harbor
  33. Grandview
    1. Everett Law Offices: misdemeanor criminal charges
  34. Issaquah
  35. Kelso
    1. Hanify, Bruce: misdemeanors and felonies, DUIs, traffic cases, adult criminal DUI * DRUG CASES * ASSAULT CASES * MISDEMEANORS * FELONIES TRAFFIC CITATIONS * DOL HEARINGS * MARIJUANA * CONTROLLED SUBSTANCES * VEHICULAR HOMICIDE * VEHICULAR ASSAULT * FELONY DUI * DOL APPEALS * CRIMINAL APPEALS * TRIALS
    2. Johnson, Wesley: Misdemeanors like DUIs, Driving While Suspended or Reckless Driving are the most serious crimes most of us will ever face. Not only are they embarrassing and expensive, they are a major inconvenience.
  36. Kennewick
  37. Kent
  38. Kingston
  39. Kirkland
  40. Lacey
    1. Whaley Law Firm: MURDER IN THE FIRST DEGREE, MURDER IN THE SECOND DEGREE, ROBBERY IN THE FIRST DEGREE, ROBBERY IN THE SECOND DEGREE, THEFT IN THE THIRD DEGREE, RESIDENTIAL BURGLARY, ASSAULT IN THE FIRST DEGREE, ASSAULT IN THE SECOND DEGREE, ASSAULT IN THE THIRD DEGREE, ASSAULT IN THE FOURTH DEGREE-DOMESTIC VIOLENCE, TAKING MOTOR VEHICLE WITHOUT PERMISSION, VIOLATION OF UNIFORM CONTROLLED SUBSTANCE ACT-POSSESSION, DELIVERY, ETC, TRAFFICKING STOLEN PROPERTY, UNLAWFUL POSSESSION OF A FIREARM IN THE FIRST DEGREE, UNLAWFUL POSSESSION OF A FIREARM IN THE SECOND DEGREE, FIREARMS ENHANCEMENT CASES, DUI, RECKLESS DRIVING, NEGLIGENT DRIVING IN THE FIRST DEGREE, FELONY AND MISDEMEANOR VIOLATION OF A NO CONTACT ORDER-DOMESTIC VIOLENCE, FELONY AND MISDEMEANOR HARASSMENT-DOMESTIC VIOLENCE, MALICIOUS MISCHIEF IN THE FIRST DEGREE, MALICIOUS MISCHIEF IN THE SECOND DEGREE, MALICIOUS MISCHIEF IN THE THIRD DEGREE, STRANGULATION-DOMESTIC VIOLENCE, AND DANGEROUS WEAPONS ENHANCEMENT CASES
    2. Christy Todd: In Washington State, a driver over 21 years of age who has a blood or breath alcohol concentration of 0.08 or higher within two hours after driving is presumptively guilty of driving while under the influence of intoxicating liquor. A driver under 21 years of age who has a blood or breath alcohol concentration of at least 0.02 but less than 0.08, is presumptively guilty of driving while under the influence of intoxicating liquor. In addition, a driver under 21 years of age may face an additional charge of Minor in Possession/Consumption of Intoxicating Liquor. Pleading guilty to a DUI or being convicted of a DUI has implications for maintaining a driver's license.
  41. Lake Forrest Park
    1. Behar, Samuel Ben: Driving Under the Influence ("DUI") and Physical Control charges are heavily prosecuted in the state of Washington and recently, the DUI laws in Washington have been toughened to some of the most stringent in the country. Once you are arrested by law enforcement for DUI the process can be a dizzying and frightening series of hearings and procedures. You need representation that will remember that you're a person throughout this entire ordeal while working tirelessly to get you justice. The iron fist in a leather glove.
  42. Lake Stevens
    1. Galloway Law Group: DUI A DUI conviction can adversely impact a client’s life for years. Every person charged with a DUI has a different set of circumstances and we will individually analyze every case.
  43. Lakewood
  44. Long Beach
    1. Glenn, Guy: Driving Under the Influence cases
  45. Longview
  46. Lynden
    1. Smith Kosanke & Wright: Family Law Personal Injury DUI Criminal Law Municipal Law Estate Planning Business, Probate & Corporate Law Real Estate Civil Litigation
  47. Lynnwood
  48. Marysville
  49. Mattawa
    1. Speikers, David: DUI Defense:
    2. Mercer Island
      1. Harvey Grad: Drunk Driving Defense - the "right to drive" is a privilege which is governed by the individual states. Traffic violations are a mix of regulatory and penal (criminal) offenses based on violations of state statutes and city ordinances relating to the operation of vehicles, specifically driving under the influence of alcohol or other substances which impair the ability to drive.
    3. Medina
      1. Mucklestone, Jeannie: If you have been arrested for Driving Under the Influence (DUI/DWI) or have received a citation for DUI in Washington State and you need DUI defense, you are facing one of the most serious traffic offenses that can be handled in District or Municipal Courts. If your BAC level is .08 or greater, you are facing two cases that you must defend: an administrative and a civil case in which the Department of Licensing seeks to suspend or revoke your license, and a criminal case in which you are subject to mandatory jail time (even for a first offense) for u p to one year, a fine up to $5,000, license suspension, SR 22 (high risk) insurance for 3 years, ignition interlock installed on your vehicle, you could be subject to deportation if you are not a United States Citizen as well as other mandatory penalties. A DUI conviction cannot be expunged in the future.
    4. Mill Creek
    5. Montesano
      1. Olson & Zabriske: Personal Injury Family Law Probate Criminal Law DUI
    6. Moses Lake
      1. McPartland Law Office: DUI – Charged with driving under the influence? It will be important that you obtain efficient, effective representation as quickly as possible. Hopefully you know your rights before being stopped...
      2. Couture & Albright: 35% Criminal Defense 12 years 15% DUI / DWI 12 years 15% Juvenile 12 years 15% White Collar Crime 12 years 15% Speeding / Traffic Ticket 12 years 5% Aviation 12 years
      3. Hill, Brett: Criminal Defense
    7. Monroe
    8. Montesano
      1. Hatch, David: DUI: Driving under the influence of alcohol or controlled substance is a crime in Washington that can carry serious consequences, beginning with jail, loss of your driving privilege which can lead to loss of employment, costly fines, electronic home monitoring, court ordered alcohol and drug treatment and probation for five years.
    9. Moses Lake
      1. McKean Law Office: When you are charged with a crime you need an attorney with experience.
      2. Couture & Albright: Criminal charges and domestic problems affect people of all religions, social groups, occupations, and classes.
      3. Earl, Patrick: Mention DUI Defenders and get up to 10% discount. (Some firms may not honor this offer)
    10. Mt. Vernon
    11. Mountlake Terrace
      1. St. Clair Defense: A DUI arrest may result in automatic license suspension a conviction could result in jail time heavy fines court mandated treatment conditions ignition interlock requirements increased insurance obligations further license suspensions, probation a criminal record. A charge of Felony DUI, Vehicular Assault or Vehicular Homicide could mean substantial prison time.
      2. Mulvihill Law Firm: Criminal Defense DUI Major traffic offenses Theft Fraud Shoplifting Domestic violence
    12. Mukilteo
    13. Oak Harbor
    14. Ocean Shores
      1. Valdez & Sage: Real Estate Construction Law Business Law General Civil and Trial Practice Estate Planning (Wills, Trusts) Guardianships Probate Family Law (Divorce, Child Support) Personal Injury Criminal Law (DUI)
    15. Olympia
    16. Pasco
      1. Kuffel, Hultgrenn, Klashke, Shea & Ellerd: Traffic offenses, including hit-and-run and reckless driving offenses DUI Domestic violence Assault Drug possession crimes Theft offenses
      2. Roach Law: civil litigation, personal injury, business law, wrongful death, immigration law, family law, estate planning, bankruptcy, criminal law, and DUI defense
    17. Port Angeles
      1. Myers, Stan: DUI Driving Under the Influence DUI (Driving while under the influence) is sometimes called DWI (driving while intoxicated) or simply "drunk driving". Regardless of what you call it, it is a serious crime with serious consequences. A DUI conviction can result in significant fines, the loss of your driver's license, commercial license CDL and even jail time. If you were pulled over for drunk driving, you may feel helpless or wonder what you should do next.
    18. Port Orchard
    19. Point Roberts
      1. Mallet, David: # CRIMINAL DEFENSE # ALL FELONIES AND MISDEMEANORS * MANSLAUGHTER * SEXUAL ABUSE * SEXUAL ASSAULT * BURGLARY * FELONY ASSAULT * VEHICULAR ASSAULT * DRUG AND CONTROLLED SUBSTANCE DEFENSE * ILLEGAL SEARCHES AND SEIZURES * THEFT * MISDEMEANOR ASSAULT AND DOMESTIC VIOLENCE * FISH AND GAME VIOLATIONS * PROBATION REVOCATIONS # DRUNK DRIVING * AUTHOR, DRUNK DRIVING IN ALASKA * 28 YEARS OF DRUNK DRIVING DEFENSES * DEPARTMENT OF MOTOR VEHICLE ADMINISTRATIVE HEARINGS
    20. Port Townsend Port Townsend
    21. Poulsbo
      1. Tolman, Kirk & Clucas: Criminal defense, including DUI and DWI, describes the provision of legal services to persons accused of having committed crimes for which they can be put in jail. The maximum penalty for a misdemeanor is 90 days in jail and/or a $1000 fine. For a gross misdemeanor, the maximum is 305 days in jail and/or a $1000 fine. Any charge for which a person can be incarcerated for over a year is a felony.
      2. Franz, Christian: Criminal Defense concerns provision of services as counsel for persons accused of having committed crimes (a charge for which a person can be put in jail). The maximum penalty for a misdemeanor is 90 days in jail and/or a $1,000 fine. For a gross misdemeanor, 365 days in jail and/or $5,000 fine is the maximum. Any charge for which a person can be incarcerated for more than 365 days is a felony.
    22. Pullman
    23. Puyallup
    24. Raymond
      1. Bustamonte, Raymond: Criminal Defense Criminal Defense DUI's Felony defense Misdemeanors Appeals Restoration of Civil Rights Civil Litigation Boundary disputes Landlord/Tenant Personal Injury Debtor/Creditor Free initial consultation Flat-fee and contingency arrangements available Family Law Dissolutions Child Custody and Parenting Plans Child Support Adoptions
    25. Redmond
    26. Renton
    27. Republic
      1. Graham, Steve: * DUI / DWI * Drug offenses, including possession, distribution and manufacture * Burglary, embezzlement and other property crimes * Violent offense including assaults and homicides * Seizures and forfeitures of property * Restoration of firearm rights, and expungement, vacation and sealing of records * Appeals * Scientific challenges to the prosecutor's evidence * Witness interviews and investigation * Offenses on Tribal Land * The defense of the rights of Native Americans in Tribal Court and State Courts * Representation of government employees and law enforcement charged with misconduct * Constitutional challenges to unfair laws * Representation of students expelled or suspended from school * Representing Canadian and other foreign nationals stopped at our borders
    28. Richland
      1. Bennett, Christine: You have the right to request to speak to an attorney. If you request to speak to an attorney then law enforcement must wait until you speak to an attorney to interrogate you. You also have the right to deny police the permission to search your property such as your home, your vehicle, and your purse. If you deny consent to search, police must obtain a search warrant approved by a judge before your property can be searched. There are specific exceptions to this requirement such as for extreme examples involving a risk to public safety. If probable cause that a specific crime was committed does not exist to search the property then the judge will deny the search warrant. If probable cause does exist, the officer will have the right to search your property but only according to specific guidelines as directed by the judge. You should not be penalized in any way for respectfully asserting your right to an attorney or because you respectfully denied an officer the right to search your property.
      2. Brown, Jackie: 40% DUI / DWI 5 years 25% Criminal Defense 9 years, 325 cases 20% Family 19 years, 500 cases 15% Speeding / Traffic Ticket 5 years
      3. Azure Law: Driving Under the Influence (DUI or DWI) is one of the most common offenses charged in Washington State. There are THOUSANDS of people per year accused of Driving Under the Influence of alcohol or drugs in this State.
      4. Harms, Todd: Assault & Battery Case Management Consultations Criminal Appeals Criminal Defense Criminal Justice Defense Diversion Programs Domestic Violence Drugs & Narcotics Offenses Drunk & Disorderly Conduct Drunk Driving Federal Courts Felonies Habitual Offenders Hearings Hit & Run Accidents Jail Consultations Juvenile Offenders License Reinstatement Assistance Misdemeanors Municipal Courts Payment Plans Prior Convictions Probation Probation Violations Reckless Driving Reckless Endangerment Record Expungement Record Sealing Same Day Appointments State Courts Suspended Licenses Theft, Burglary, & Robbery Traffic Violations Weapons Offenses
      5. Christopher Swaby: Please do not make any decisions about any legal matter without consulting with an attorney first.
    29. Roslyn
      1. Blanford Law: It’s not always clear what kind of help you need when you’re arrested for driving under the influence. There are many factors to consider, with many potential consequences (losing your license, going to jail, work details, length of program requirements, fines and more). At Blanford Law we are committed to helping you understand the process and providing you the best legal defense to help you achieve the best results for your situation. It’s a smart decision on your part to consult with a DUI ATTORNEY who knows the courts, the laws and your rights.
    30. Seattle Seattle Seattle Seattle Seattle Seattle Seattle Seattle Seattle Seattle
      1. Community Law Firm: Washington State is said to have some of the toughest Driving Under the Influence laws in the nation. The penalties for DUI include jail, fine, license suspension, probation, and treatment. The consequences for DUI are not limited to court-imposed penalties. Other ramifications include increased insurance premiums, permanent mark on your criminal history record, inability to enter into Canada, and loss of certain professional licenses and certificates. The penalties for Driving Under the Influence are severe, you need help of a competent Seattle traffic crimes lawyer.
    31. Sedro-Wolley
      1. McCann & McCann: Personal Injury Worker's Compensation Social Security Disability Wills and Estates Criminal Defense
    32. Shelton
      1. Linda Callahan: Washington State has one of the nation's toughest DUI laws. The penalties for this gross misdemeanor can be more severe than for some felonies. Some form of confinement is mandatory. Jail or the loss of your license could cost you your job or career. Your family finances may suffer from heavy fines, insurance increases and costly requirements, such as expensive ignition interlock devices on every vehicle you drive, and expensive alcohol treatment programs. These programs also entail frequent attendance at counseling sessions and AA meetings. Further, you will remain under the court's jurisdiction for a 5-year probationary period.
    33. Silverdale
    34. Snohomish
    35. Spokane
    36. Spokane Valley
      1. Bingaman, David: a DUI can result in a license suspension; a $5,000 fine; hundreds in court fees; one year in jail; five years of probation; and alcohol classes.
      2. Hormel Law Office: federal and state criminal defense, and personal injury cases
    37. Snoqualmie
      1. Draughon, Shannon: 50% DUI / DWI 10 years 25% Criminal Defense 10 years 25% Personal Injury
    38. Sumner
      1. Terry Law Firm: Ordinary crime has long been considered to be the concern of state government. States are authorized to protect their citizens from criminal activity by prosecution of common law and legislatively created crimes. The federal government, on the other hand, has a limited jurisdiction and must link any crimes it prosecutes to its powers under the Constitution. The most commonly used powers to support federal criminal legislation are the commerce power, the taxing power, and the postal power. While Congress has used these powers all along to define crimes, there has been an explosion of federally created crimes in the last half of the 20th century. Most of the laws controlling white-collar crime, like the RICO Act and the Victims and Witnesses Protection Act have been passed since 1950. In addition, Congress has become increasingly involved in the "war on drugs" with the creation of various drug statutes. Due to the severity of the penalties, many local prosecutors prefer to have drug charges prosecuted in federal court rather than file state charges. Most federal laws have as their rationale that the particular crime addressed needs a uniform response from the whole country or that it would be impossible to prosecute on a state-by-state basis. Federal gun laws provide uniformity, and federal computer laws make it possible to punish Internet crime. The federal Constitution has always played a role in criminal law because it defines important individual rights that must be preserved even in a state prosecution of a state crime. The right to a trial by jury in open court, the right to cross-examine witnesses, the right to remain silent, the presumption of innocence, the right to be represented by a lawyer, and the right to be free of cruel or unusual punishment, are part of every state legal system in part because they are guaranteed by the Constitution. States are required to pay for attorneys for indigent offenders, and federal judges provide oversight to state prisons because of these constitutional requirements.
    39. Surrey, BC
    40. Tacoma Tacoma
    41. Tumwater
    42. University Place
      1. Kesling, Peter: 45% Car / Auto Accident 15 years 33% Social Security 15 years 12% DUI / DWI 5% Bankruptcy / Debt 3 years 5% Slip and Fall Accident 15 years
    43. Unknown
    44. Vancouver
    45. Walla Walla
      1. McAdams, Ponti, Wernette and Van Dorn: If you face a charge of driving under the influence, domestic violence, drug possession, or probation violation you will need an attorney who has a superb knowledge of the laws, the local courts, and can put together a strong case to get you the best possible result.
      2. Phillips, Charles: Estate Planning: Wills; Community Property Agreements; Durable Powers of Attorney; Directives to Physicians; Revocable Living Trusts; Trusts For Minors; Life Insurance Trusts; Trusts For Spouse; Asset Protection Trusts; Estate Tax Avoidance; Probate Avoidance; Elder Law; Tax Free Gifting. Real Estate: Deeds; Purchase and Sale Agreements; Real Estate Contracts; Land Use; Condominiums; Residential Leases; Commercial Leases; Agricultural Leases; Evictions; Boundary Disputes; Quiet Title Actions; 1031 Exchanges. Business: Corporations; Limited Liability Companies (LLCs); Partnerships; Commercial; Contracts; Collections; Employee Disputes; Construction Law; Mechanics Liens; Retainage Liens. DUI: Deferred Prosecution; DUI; Driver’s License Issues. Bankruptcy: Chapter 7 and Chapter 13. Personal Injury: Automobile Accidents; Trip and Fall Accidents; Motorcycle Accidents; Wrongful Death; Nursing Home Injuries; Dog Bites; Products Liability. Social Security: Social Security Disability and Supplemental Security Income (SSI) Claims.
      3. Olson Law Office: DUI, Drug cases, Search and Seizure, White Collar Crime, Embezzlement, serious misdemeanors and felonies
      4. Burkhart & Burkhart: Criminal Defense When you are charged with a crime, regardless of the outcome of the case, society tends to view you in a negative light.
    46. Wenatchee
      1. Hankins Law: Arrested for DUI...what now? First, take a moment and breath. ​ Ask yourself a couple questions: Did I hurt myself or anyone else as an immediate result my DUI? Have I been arrested for a DUI before? If you answered no to these questions, you are already in a better position than you think.
      2. Collior Redal: criminal, family, and personal injury cases
      3. Zanol, Michael: Being charged with a DUI/DWI can be an embarrassing and confusing experience. With so much riding on a favorable resolution to your case, you need a lawyer who understands how to limit the penalties stemming from a conviction, in turn saving you money, the inconvenience of a license suspension and even jail time.
      4. Bell & Tibbits: + Criminal Law + DUI + Family Law + Personal Injury + Real Estate + Landlord & Tenant Law + Guardianship + Estate Planning + Probate + Social Security Disability
      5. Woods & Brangwin: If you've been charged with DUI, hire someone with the skill and dedication to thoroughly analyze your case.
      6. Cassel, Beuhler & Murdock: It can happen to the best of us. You make a mistake, or an error in judgment. You shouldn't have to pay for it for the rest of your life. To avoid the lasting repercussions, you need a good criminal defense team to protect your rights and advance your defenses.
    47. White Salmon
      1. Hallock, Elizabeth DWI and Criminal Defense Criminal Record Vacation Family Law I-502 Businesses Consumer Protection
    48. Woodinville
      1. Mucklestone, John: Traffic Law Defense, in particular, DUI, Reckless Driving, Negligent Driving, Speeding (Radar, Laser, Pace, Aircraft, Visual Estimates); All traffic Infractions
    49. Wooley
      1. Keene, Teresa: General Practice Traffic/Speeding Tickets Criminal Defense Juvenile Defense Seal Juvenile Records Expungements Landlord/Tenant Issues DUI Divorce Child Custody Child Support Wills/Pre-Nuptual Agreements Guardianships Medical Directives
    50. Yakima
    51. Yelm
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