Robertson Law Blog

Ryan Robertson Testifies Before State Senate Committee to Save Safely Off the Roadway Defense.

Posted by Ryan Robertson | Mar 27, 2019 | 0 Comments

Robertson Law attorney Ryan Robertson testified before the Senate Law and Justice Committee on March 25, 2019 to urge State Senators to reject a proposed change to the important "Safely Off the Roadway" defense to Physical Control. Ryan Robertson testified that this proposed legislation is bad policy and will unfairly exclude people from using the defense after doing the right thing by safely getting off the road as an impaired driver.

Creative Trial Tactics Result in the Dismissal of a DUI Case.

Posted by Andrea Robertson | Apr 22, 2015 | 0 Comments

Robertson Law was happy to recently see a client's DUI dismissed during a recent trial in King County.   The procedural history of this case was a bit unusual, and illustrates the importance of using creative means to ultimately reach a favorable resolution. Washington has two charges which are ...

What to Expect in a Department of Licensing Hearing

Posted by Andrea Robertson | Oct 18, 2013 | 0 Comments

FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS REGARDING A D.O.L. HEARING We routinely provide clients this article, written by Attorney Andy Robertson in approximately 2002.  The principles still hold true today.  It describes what to expect in a DOL hearing.

Court of Appeals: Drivers Have Right to Appeal and Obtain Ignition Interlock License

Posted by Ryan Robertson | Oct 04, 2013 | 1 Comments

Robertson Law announces our firm’s victory before the Washington State Court of Appeals. This ruling will affect the rights of drivers accused of DUI who have been subjected to administrative license suspensions or revocations. The court has published an opinion ruling that the law that requires drivers to waive their right to appeal a license suspension/revocation order from the DOL in order to receive an ignition interlock driver’s license is unconstitutional.

A case study: Trial of a difficult DUI charge

Posted by Andrea Robertson | Aug 11, 2013 | 0 Comments

A new client will often ask in that first meeting : “What are my chances? What odds do I have?” This is an almost impossible question to answer.  Here is a case which illustrates why fighting a case up to the point of trial can be the best way to reach a favorable outcome.

Know Your Rights: Officers Searching Your Home

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

The Courts have drawn a big bright line at the entrance to our homes. Officers can enter only in limited circumstances. This was necessary because “physical entry of the home is the chief evil against which the wording of the Fourth Amendment is directed.”

Court of Appeals Ruling to Affect Blood Testing in DUI cases.

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

The Court of Appeals ruled in our client's case (State v. Olson #66201-5-I) that the State does not have to prove whether a person's blood sample was actually preserved with a “sufficient amount” of enzyme preservatives before showing the results of a blood alcohol concentration test to a jury. We are appealing this ruling.

The Newest Crime – Driving While Nibbling?

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

An interesting new study which suggests that there is a slower reaction time based on a driver's distraction due to consuming food or (no-alcoholic) drinks while driving, and get this – the slowed reaction times are greater than those attributed to consumption of alcohol!

  • 1 of 2

Robertson Law


The attorneys of Robertson Law have a proven track record of creative and effective advocacy for clients throughout the state of Washington.

Contact Us Today!

Andy Robertson has a proven track record of creative and effective advocacy for clients facing criminal charges throughout the state of Washington. Ryan Robertson's practice focuses exclusively on high-quality creative appellate representation in criminal and administrative matters, as well as expungements, vacation of records, and petitions to seal.