Washington Criminal Lawyer, Jason S. Newcombe
Free consultation: (855) 922-3842
Our Washington DUI attorneys will help fight your charge.
The majority of clients we represent on charges of driving under the influence have no prior criminal record, and many feel overwhelmed by the experience of being prosecuted for a crime.
Whether this is your first offense or a 2nd, 3rd or 4th DUI arrest, you deserve to have the help of an experienced Washington criminal lawyer who will help you understand the defense process and represent you as the case progresses. You most likely did not mean to commit a crime, and you should be allowed to learn from your mistakes and be given a second chance.
Washington criminal lawyer Jason S. Newcombe and the team at our firm have more than 30 years of experience defending clients in Seattle, Bellevue, Tacoma, Everett, Olympia, Mount Vernon and Bellingham on drunk-driving charges.
We know how worried you may be about your future when you face such serous consequences as a 90-day driver’s license suspension, a one-year jail sentence and between $865.50 and $5,000 in fines. Our state also imposes a requirement that even first-time DUI offenders must install an ignition interlock device which will require a breath test before starting the car.
It is not advisable to accept a plea bargain in the hopes of avoiding jail without first speaking with an attorney from our firm, as you may have options for defending against the charges. If the police officer who arrested you cannot prove that there was probable cause to pull you over on suspicion of DUI or another crime such as reckless driving, your attorney may be able to file a motion to dismiss the case on the grounds that your constitutional rights were violated.
There could also be errors in the field sobriety tests or the breath and blood tests which would render this evidence inadmissible. Your attorney will review every aspect of the situation to determine the most effective course of action.
Contact a Washington DUI attorney today for a confidential consultation and to learn more about your options for defense.
Washington State: (855) 922-3842