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.
Robertson Law prevails over prosecutor, who had abused a pretrial writ to contest a suppression order in a DUI prosecution.
Supreme Court Ruling Protects Citizens From Unwarranted Urine Testing; Robertson Law Brief Helps Secure Victory
Amicus brief written in part by Ryan Robertson helped influence Washington Supreme Court opinion which ultimately restricted courts from imposing random urine testing as a pre-trial condition of release from jail.
Ryan Robertson wins appeal of DUI conviction. Conviction is reversed, after Ryan argues that character evidence was improperly suppressed.
Recent appellate win by Robertson Law, where a CDL suspension was reversed.
Appellate win upholding trial court dismissal due to lack of lawful basis to stop client's car.
Operational Bulletin 389 was posted on the Citizenship and Immigration page of the Canadian government on February 27, 2012. Canada has routinely excluded Washington citizens who may attempt to cross the border but have a conviction for DUI or a charge amended from DUI.