Superior Court Throws Out Convictions for Double Jeopardy Violation: January 13, 2012

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

An Island County Superior Court judge has agreed our client's convictions for Unlawful Hunting of Wildbirds should be reversed on appeal as a violation of the Double Jeopardy provision of the State Constitution. Client was convicted of both Unlawful Hunting of Wildbirds and hunting while his privilege to hunt was suspended. The Court agreed the two crimes contained almost identical elements and the convictions were based on the same set of facts.

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