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11 05, 2022

The Federal Crime of “Continuing Criminal Enterprise”

By |2022-05-11T21:08:01+00:00May 11th, 2022|Drug Crimes, Federal Crimes|Comments Off on The Federal Crime of “Continuing Criminal Enterprise”

The federal crime of continuing criminal enterprise essentially targets people who engage in large-scale and elaborate drug conspiracies. The offense is a serious felony that can lead to life in federal prison. If you or a loved one is facing a criminal drug charge, be it in either state or federal court, please contact a [...]

4 05, 2022

Washington Law on Possessing a Stolen Firearm

By |2022-05-04T18:47:56+00:00May 4th, 2022|Legal Terms/General Issues, Violent Crimes|Comments Off on Washington Law on Possessing a Stolen Firearm

People in Washington commit the crime of possessing a stolen firearm when they have a stolen firearm on their person or in their control. The offense is a serious felony that can result in a state prison term of up to 10 years. If you or a loved one is facing an illegal firearm possession [...]

27 04, 2022

Pre-Charge Investigations in Washington Criminal Cases

By |2022-04-27T20:55:39+00:00April 27th, 2022|Legal Terms/General Issues|Comments Off on Pre-Charge Investigations in Washington Criminal Cases

A “pre-charge investigation” is when a criminal defense attorney or law firm investigates criminal acts that a person is alleged to have committed. The investigation takes place before a prosecutor actually files formal charges of a crime. The investigation plays a valuable role in the criminal court process in so far that it could convince [...]

20 04, 2022

Federal Crime of Arson

By |2022-04-20T19:41:57+00:00April 20th, 2022|Violent Crimes|Comments Off on Federal Crime of Arson

Arson is both a crime under Washington State law and the federal criminal laws of the U.S. People commit the offense when they damage or destroy certain property by means of a fire or an explosive. Arson can lead to felony charges punishable by years in federal prison. If you or a loved one is [...]

13 04, 2022

Washington Law on Stalking

By |2022-04-13T19:39:43+00:00April 13th, 2022|Legal Terms/General Issues, Protection Orders|Comments Off on Washington Law on Stalking

Under Washington criminal law, people commit the crime of stalking if they repeatedly harass or follow another person, and as a result, the person fears for his or her safety. The offense can lead to felony charges punishable by several years in state prison. If you or a loved one is facing a stalking charge, [...]

30 03, 2022

Theft of a Firearm in Washington

By |2022-03-30T19:41:18+00:00March 30th, 2022|Theft|Comments Off on Theft of a Firearm in Washington

It is a serious crime under Washington law if a person steals, or commits a theft of, any firearm. This form of theft is a felony offense punishable by up to a decade in state prison. If you or a loved one is facing a Washington theft charge, it is critical to contact an experienced [...]

23 03, 2022

Hit and Run Resulting in Death Under Washington Law

By |2022-03-23T20:07:06+00:00March 23rd, 2022|Violent Crimes|Comments Off on Hit and Run Resulting in Death Under Washington Law

People in Washington commit the crime of hit and run with death if they are involved in an accident that results in the death of a party and then leave the accident scene. The offense is a serious felony that can result in a state prison term of up to ten years. If you or [...]

16 03, 2022

Is Tax Evasion a Federal Crime?

By |2022-03-23T06:32:53+00:00March 16th, 2022|Federal Crimes, White Collar/Fraud|Comments Off on Is Tax Evasion a Federal Crime?

Tax evasion is a federal offense in the U.S. The crime occurs when people or businesses intentionally underpay or refuse to pay their tax obligations. The commission of tax evasion is a felony offense that can result in a federal prison term of up to five years. Please contact a skilled criminal defense attorney now [...]

9 03, 2022

Second-Time DUI in Washington

By |2022-03-23T06:34:24+00:00March 9th, 2022|DUI Defense|Comments Off on Second-Time DUI in Washington

A “second-time DUI” under Washington law is generally when a person receives a second conviction for driving under the influence within seven years of a prior DUI conviction. A second offense carries harsher penalties than a first-time DUI, including longer jail terms and increased driver’s license suspension times. If you or a loved one was [...]

2 03, 2022

Washington Law on Hit and Run with Injury

By |2022-03-02T19:16:07+00:00March 2nd, 2022|Violent Crimes|Comments Off on Washington Law on Hit and Run with Injury

Washingtonians commit the crime of hit and run with injury if they leave an accident scene when a person is injured. The offense is a serious felony that can result in a state prison term of up to five years. If you or a loved one is charged with hit and run, please contact a [...]

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