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Washington DUI Case Results

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    Tom's Story (State of Washington v. Tom)

    Outcome:  Resisting Arrest charge dismissed, DUI reduced to Reckless Driving with no jail and community service credit for all fines. Description:  Tom was charged with DUI and Resisting Arrest after a collision with another car.  The officer took him down to the ground when Tom walked away and ... Read On

  • Alice

    Alice's Story (State of Washington v. Alice)

    Outcome:  DUI reduced to Negligent Driving First Degree - No Jail.  DISMISSAL in 24 months. According to the WSP trooper's police report, Alice was stopped for speeding - roughly five to ten mph over. She allegedly failed to adequately perform the field tests.  The trooper noted all the typical signs and symptoms of alcohol i... Read On

  • Bob

    Bob's Seattle DUI Case Result (City of Seattle v. Bob)

    Outcome:  DUI charge found NOT GUILTY at jury trial. A Bystander reported Bob staggering into his vehicle in the Freemont neighborhood of Seattle. A Seattle Police Department Parking Enforcement officer was alerted and radioed a D.U.I officer. Upon arrival the DUI squad officer saw Bob vomiting outside his driver’s door while the cars engine was running. The D.U.I Officer arrested ... Read On

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    Rick's Story (State of Washington v. Rick)

    Outcome: Possession of Marijuana and Drug Paraphernalia DISMISSED Description: This Possession of Marijuana and drug paraphernalia case was dismissed by the judge after we challenged the legality of the arresting officer. Rick and his friends were on their way home from a concert at the Gorge. While traveling on I-90 through Cle Elum, they were stopped for speeding. The Washington State Patrol Trooper immediately pulled Rick Read On

  • Kevin

    Kevin's Story (City of Bothell v. Kevin)

    Outcome: Bothell Driving While License Suspended (DWLS) DISMISSED Description: Kevin, who had never been to any courthouse before anywhere had no clue that he was driving while his license was suspended. He travels constantly for work and had an out of state traffic ticket, which had gone unpaid by accident Read On

  • Monica

    Monica's Story (City of Seattle v. Monica)

    Outcome: Reduced to reckless driving with no jail time. Description: M.H. was charged with DUI with special allegation of refusal of the evidentiary breath test. Read On

  • Moses

    Moses' Story (City of Seattle v. Moses)

    Outcome: DUI reduced to Negligent Driving in the First Degree - No Jail. Moses was arrested by the Seattle Police Department and charged with aggravated DUI by the Seattle City Attorney after hitting a parked car and high centering his car on the median. Evidentiary breath test results were 194/.189. Read On

  • Robin

    Robin's Story (City of Seattle v. Robin)

    Outcome: Seattle DUI with .13/.12 breath test was DISMISSED. Description: Bystander called 9-1-1 after seeing client stagger off a party bus and into her parked car. Seattle police arrived on scene... Read On

  • Aaron

    Aaron's Story (Department of Licensing v. Aaron)

    Outcome:  Dismissed Department of Licensing sought a 90 day license suspension action against B.'s license to drive based on a blood alcohol content of .22 grams per 100 milliliters.  A.B. was stopped by the Bothell police for speeding and driving his car on the "C" curbing that di... Read On

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    The names have been changed to protect the innocent and the accused. We have chosen fictitious names and photographs to represent real people and real peoples stories. Read On

  • Wallace

    Wallace's Story (City of Seattle v. Wallace)

    Outcome: Seattle DUI with a .19 Dismissed Wallace was charged with DUI. The Seattle City Attorneys Office alleged an aggravating factor of a with BAC .19. We challenged the lawfulness of the police officers arrest decision. The Seattle Municipal Court Judge dismissed because ... Read On

  • Helen

    Helen's Story (City of Seattle v. Helen)

    Outcome: NOT GUILTY Two Seattle Police Officers responded to a 9-1-1 call of a suspicious vehicle who may have hit a parked car. Officer 1 arrived on scene and observed a black truck in contact with a legally parked vehicle. The black truck was partially blocking the roadway. Officers... Read On

  • Holly

    Holly's Story (State of Washington v. Holly)

    Outcome: Washington State Patrol DUI reduced to Reckless Driving with no jail According to the police report Holly was involved in an accident on Interstate 520.  She refused to perform field sobriety tests but displayed many signs and symptoms of alcohol intoxication, according to the officer.  Holly was arrested by the... Read On

  • Robbie

    Robbie's Seattle DUI Case Result (City of Seattle v. Robbie)

    Outcome: Seattle .19 DUI reduced to negligent driving (no jail imposed). The Seattle City Attorneys Office filed DUI charges with an aggravating factor so they could ask to put Robbie in jail for extra time. They alleged his breath alcohol level at the time was .19. They alleged that Robbie hit six parked cars. He was arrested on scene and admitted to drinking within an hour of driving. Read On

  • Brett

    Brett's Washington State Patrol DUI Case Result (State of Washington v. Brett)

    Outcome: Washington State Patrol DUI reduced to Reckless Driving Description:According to the police report BJ was clocked driving at 58 mph in a 30 mph zone.  The WSP trooper attempted to catch up with BJ who did not slow down or stop as the traffic light changed from green to yellow to red.  BJappeared to be at th... Read On

  • Martha

    Martha's DUI Drivers Licensing Case Result (Department of Licensing v. Martha)

    Outcome:  Dismissed The Department of Licensing took action against Martha's license. According to the trooper's report, one summer night in 2012, at 1:20 am the Washington State Patrol Trooper observed Martha driving in excess of the speed limit - 44 in a 30. The trooper reports that he act... Read On

  • Colin

    Colin's Lynwood DUI Case Result (City of Lynnwood v. Colin)

    Outcome:  Lynnwood .14 DUI reduced to Negligent Driving in the First Degree with no jail time  According to the police report, Colin was driving 30-35 mph in a 45 mph zone, drifting toward the inside lane divider,  and both driver side tires crossed over the “raised turtles” before quickly correcting back to the ... Read On

  • John

    John's Bothell .18 DUI Case Resutl (City of Bothell v. John)

    Outcome: Bothell .18 DUI reduced to Reckless Driving. Description: According to the police report,  the officer pulled JP over for his rear passenger tail light was not being illuminated. Upon contact the officer reports JP was cooperative, ha... Read On

  • Reggie

    Reggie's Kirkland .13 DUI Case Result (City of Kirkland v. Reggie)

    Outcome:  Kirkland .13 DUI reduced to Reckless Driving - No Jail. According to the police report, Reggie, who was in between jobs and scheduled to leave Kirkland and move to a new job out of state, was driving a truck backwards that stuck a parked car and then a police officer who was standing in the roadway ordering him to stop... Read On

  • Carin

    Carin's Washington Drivers License .14 DUI Case Result (Department of Licensing v. Carin)

    Outcome:  Washington Department of Licensing .14 DUI case DISMISSED According to the officer's report Carin, a successful engineer at a very large local company, failed to stop at a stop sign and failed to stop as soon as the officer illuminated his emergency lights.  The officer reports that Carin had troubles with her license registration and insurance.  He noted standard signs a... Read On

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