Dear Valued Clients:
A we all know, the COVID-19 situation is creating a tremendous disruption in our respective communities, in our country and around the world.
We here at SQ Attorneys have an obligation to you, to do our part to help fight the spread of the Coronavirus, while also working to ensure our legal team is available to help each and every one of our clients and prospective clients. We are here and will continue to provide top notch service for all your criminal defense needs as we battle this pandemic together.
Accordingly, effective March 25, 2020, SQ Attorneys will be operating remotely and will continue to be available for free consultations 24 hours, 7 days a week via phone, FaceTime, Skype and/or email.
We will assess the evolving Coronavirus situation and abide by the local, state and federal guidance to determine whether continued remote operations is advisable.
These are extraordinary circumstances that require thoughtful and careful actions. We are fully committed to meeting our clients’ needs as we navigate this crisis together. Our priority during this difficult time is to ensure the safety and health of our colleagues, clients and the community by practicing social distancing.
We are here for you, and are confident we can navigate these challenging times together. Please be safe and healthy.
Regards, Greg Schwesinger and Saad Qadri
SQ DUI DefenseIn order to achieve the best possible result on behalf of our clients, the Seattle Criminal Defense lawyers at SQ Attorneys analyze every conceivable angle and issue involved in our clients' cases. Our legal team works tirelessly to give a voice to those accused of committing crime. We are compassionate listeners, and empathize with the fear, frustration and shame that people commonly suffer through when facing criminal charges. We create success by using these emotions to defend our clients, and to establish our clients' character in a positive light. Read More
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Politely inform the officer that you are:
- choosing not to answer any questions.
- requesting the assistance of an attorney.
- not consenting to any searches, unless otherwise authorized by law.
- choosing not to perform field sobriety tests.
- choosing not to give a breath sample on scene.
- willing to take a breath test or blood test at a police station or hospital, unless after speaking with an attorney, you are advised otherwise.