Sunday, December 27, 2009
Friday, December 18, 2009
In part, this is because people who get involved in assault cases may need treatment or other remedies. But a major contributing factor is the Cycle of Domestic Violence, and how many Washington Legislators and Courts choose to deal with such cases.
A Domestic Violence call to a residence requires (where both parties are there when the police arrive) the "primary aggressor" to be arrested and taken to jail. While this can be a very important and helpful thing to true Domestic Violence victims, there are many cases where the wrong person is arrested. I have had many female clients who were arrested on Assault Domestic Violence charges, when in fact they were the true victims. No contact orders may then be put into place that bar these women from their homes. Many prosecutors take weeks or longer to recognize their error - if ever.
If you or a loved one has been accused of Assault in the greater Snohomish County region, call Attorney Brian Sullivan for a free consultation: (425) 322-1076, or click for more information on Domestic Violenece Assault Criminal Defense Lawyer Brian Sullivan
For those accused of felony / violent crime seeking counsel, please click here.
Sunday, December 13, 2009
Don't make this mistake. Before you allow police to search your house or your vehicle for suspected criminal activity, call a local Everett, WA Defense Attorney: Brian Sullivan.
Friday, December 11, 2009
Before you speak with the insurance companies, protect yourself and call an attorney. Don't accept any offers without the advice of legal counsel.
Attorney Sullivan offers a free consultation to all persons injured in Everett, WA and other areas of Snohomish, Skagit, King, and other Washington State counties.
Ask to speak to local attorney Brian Sullivan about your case for a free analysis.
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In Washington, possession of just a small amount of marijuana is a crime — even if it's only for personal use, or even if you have a prescription (which is only an affirmative defense).
Because of the potential for severe consequences, counting on a prosecutor to see you for "the decent person" you are, to understand that it's just a little "pot," that you're sorry and that they should go easy on you are not risks you want to take.
I know. I used to be a prosecutor.
If you or someone close to you has been arrested on a marijuana charge, or other drug offense, contact us for a free consultation. Get advice from an experienced defense lawyer who can help.