Recent Appellate Cases Handled by the Firm

  • Appeal: State v. S.F., #11-1-06576-2 SEA

    Superior Court Rules That Traffic Stop Was Unlawful. A King County Superior Court judge ruled that a Washington State Patrol trooper's traffic stop was unlawful where he observed the client's vehicle cross a fog-line by half a tire-width for two seconds. This observation of driving, without more,... Read On

  • Appeal: State v. L.P., #11-1-12523-4 SEA

    Superior Court Rules That Person Convicted of DUI May Receive Deferred Sentence.  A King County Superior Court judge ruled that trial court judges in DUI cases have the ability to sentence DUI offenders to a deferred sentence. A deferred sentence means that the defendant may ask the judge in the ... Read On

  • Appeal: E.P v. DOL, #12-2-29142-0 SEA.

    Attorney General's Office Concedes Department of Licensing Hearing Examiner Erroneously Suspended Client's Driver's License: After filing our brief, the Washington State Attorney General's Office agreed with our argument that the Department of Licensing hearing examiner erred in suspending our cl... Read On

  • Appeal : State v. Olson, 170 Wn. App. 1032 (2012)(Un-published)

    Court of Appeals Affirms Conviction for Vehicular Assault, Finding Blood Test Accurate: The Court of Appeals has ruled the trial judge did not err in admitting blood test results at trial for a Vehicular Assault charge. We argued on behalf of our client that state law required the prosecutor to p... Read On

  • Appeal: State v. R.W., #44437-2-II (2013)

    State Concedes Trial Judge Erred in Denying Motion to Vacate Conviction: After filing our appeal brief in the Court of Appeals, the State of Washington agreed without argument that a Pierce County Superior Court judge erred in denying our client's motion to vacate her felony conviction. The case ... Read On

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