Evidence Suppressed: August 12, 2011

Posted by Andrea Robertson on Jul 05, 2013 | 0 Comments

On August 12, 2011, in pretrial motions, a King County district court judge suppressed all field tests from evidence which can be presented at the time of our client's DUI trial.  She agreed that there was no proof that our client had been informed of the voluntariness of the tests, and thus his agreement to submit to the tests was not informed, and had not been proven to come from his free will.

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Andy is a passionate, creative and effective criminal defense lawyer who is willing to fight on your behalf. She has honed her skills since 1998, and has developed a proven track record of creative, vigorous, and effective advocacy for clients throughout the State of Washington. Her practice includes all criminal charges. This includes felonies, misdemeanors, and driving-related charges such as DUI or vehicular assault/homicide.

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