Monthly Archives: April 2021

A Kinder, Gentler Court

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With the ever changing times and social climate, Kirkland Municipal Court recently elected to open a ‘Community Court’. The new court will handle certain types of non-violent crimes such as theft, shoplifting, trespassing and other low-level criminal offenses. The focus of the court will be to help defendant’s solve problems, rather than to put them… Continue Reading »

Distracted Driving Laws

Distracted driving is driving while performing any activity which could potentially distract a driver from the primary task of operating a vehicle. In theory, it can be anything that could take a driver’s eyes off the road, or mental concentration away from driving. Many activities fall under the label “distracted driving.” Many new laws have… Continue Reading »

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Once Taken Now Restored

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Thousands of Washingtonians saddled with a felony conviction are going to have their voting rights restored due to a recent bill signed by Governor Jay Inslee. The rights automatically will be restored upon a person’s release from incarceration. Under House Bill 1078, roughly 20,000 people will regain their right to vote, according to the state… Continue Reading »

Robbery Explained

Robbery is defined as a theft accomplished by violence or the threat of it. Unlike theft or burglary, the crime of robbery almost always requires the presence of a victim who is threatened with bodily harm. If a weapon such as a gun is used or the victim suffers injury, the robbery may be charged… Continue Reading »

In Eye of the Beholder

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Many types of criminal cases permit for the affirmative defense of self-defense. However, just because one may have a viable defense (such as self-defense) that alone does not mean that a jury will necessarily acquit or otherwise find a person ‘not guilty’. A man in Everett recently found that out the hard way when a… Continue Reading »

Unlawful Killings

Unlawful killing can be separated in many different categories depending on the factual circumstances. These categories include: first-degree murder, second-degree murder and manslaughter. Many people ask, what is manslaughter? While it’s not as serious as a murder charge in terms of legal penalties, manslaughter charges still arise after someone’s death. The difference in the definition… Continue Reading »

Warrant be Gone!

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April 1, 2021 marked the beginning of a glorious opportunity for anyone saddled with a bench warrant in courts in and around Western Washington. This is so because many courts of limited jurisdiction in King County have agreed to open a 90 day window 4/1/2021 – 6/30/2021) to resolve any outstanding bench warrant(s). The program… Continue Reading »