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How severe is your DUI charge?

In the state of Washington, a DUI charge could either be a misdemeanor or a felony. The severity of the charge will depend on the facts of the case as well as if you have been convicted of this offense in the past. Why a DUI might be a felony charge If you cause...

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2022’s most dangerous days for DUIs

DUI charges may happen throughout the year, especially on weekends and holidays, when people are out celebrating or gathering with Washington friends and family. Being aware of your own responsibility as well as that of others may help you avoid the deadly combination...

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DUI conviction penalties in Washington state

Each state sets its own parameters for penalties following a DUI conviction. Regardless of the chemical causing impairment, penalties are the same for the actual charge of DUI. Courts are not obligated to follow a policy of ordering minimum penalties, which means that...

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Police errors can get your DUI dismissed

Getting stopped for a DUI in Washington doesn't always mean that you will lose your driving privileges. If this is your first offense, you can usually expect at least some measure of leniency. Things may get even better if you can prove that the police made mistakes...

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What are drunk driving penalties?

When you face charges for drunk driving, you could be looking at much more than a simple fine, or even time in jail. The long-lasting consequences of a DUI conviction can affect multiple areas of your life, and these impacts can last for years to come. Thus, you would...

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Breath test devices can give inaccurate readings

When officers in Washington pull motorists over on suspicion of drunk driving, they often use roadside breath test devices. These machines help determine a driver’s blood alcohol content level and whether they are driving while over the legal limit of 0.08. The issue...

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