Action Legal Group - Spokane's Top DUI Lawyers (509)868-0811

Spokane DUI Lawyers With Proven Track Records Of Success

Our Experienced DUI Attorneys Have Developed An Effective Process That Has Consistently Outperformed Their Clients Expectations For Over 10 Years.

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  • All Attorneys - 15 Years of DUI Experience
  • Process - 93% See Reduced Charges - No Jail
  • Former Prosecutor - (Deanna Crull)
  • Payment Plans Designed For Most Budgets

 "Top Spokane DUI Lawyers" 2016, 15', 14', 13'...Rated "10 out of 10 Superb!" DUI Attorney Reviews

Working With Us Is Easy & Our Methods Produce Great Outcomes

When Your Case Is Finished The Judge and Prosecutor Will Know You're a Good Person and Not The Common Criminal That Police Portrayed You As.

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    Schedule a Free DUI Consultation

    Will give you up to an hour of our professional time completely free. Just call and schedule your appointment today. It's easy and painless.

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    Meet With Us (Your DUI Consultation)

    No Pressure! This meeting is about you.
    We're here to listen to your version of the facts. We'll also want to get to know you a bit, because we know that your not the person they are portraying you to be. And, we'll make sure to use this information to help the Judge and Prosecutor know that you're not a common criminal. Just bring whatever paperwork the police gave you.
    At the end of the meeting we will give you a real assessment of what we think is possible in your case, before you ever even consider paying us a dime.

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    Easy Flat Fee Quote & Payment Plans To Fit Your Budget

    We will give you a flat fee quote. We do not charge hourly. So, you'll never be surprised by any legal bills. You'll know exactly what it will cost to move forward.
    We also offer payment plans. We can work with most budgets.
    There will be no pressure. You will not have to decide right then and there. We know it's a big decision. We'll give you room to breathe.

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The Stakes Are High With A Spokane DUI Charge

Here's What The Prosecutors Are Trying To Do To You Right Now:

  • Mandatory Jail Time

    • Mandatory Minimum – 24 Hours in Jail.
    • They May Ask for More Jail Time.
    • The Jail Smells Horrible
    • Loud Like An Insane Asylum.
    • Prisoners Are Treated Poorly.
    • Housed With Real Criminals.
  • Permanent Criminal Record

    • A DUI Never Comes Off Your Record.
    • Even Some Felons Don’t Get Treated That Bad.
    • Impact Your Future Earnings and Opportunities For Advancement.
  • Lost Driving Rights

    • We Use Our Cars For Everything.
    • Driving Is Part of Your Freedom.
    • Jobs Require It.
    • Family Needs It.

But It Doesn't Have To Go That Way...

  • Avoidable!

  • Avoidable!

  • Avoidable!

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A DUI Defense Firm That Was Designed To Meet Your Needs

Less Stress, Easy Payment Options, and Better Results

  • Experience and Results

    • Each DUI Attorney has 15 years of experience;
    • Special Training in negotiations and jury trial work;
    • A track record of success;
    • Each attorney has helped at least 500 people with Spokane DUI charges;
    • Each attorney is also rated by Avvo.com as “Superb” and have many awards.

     

  • Low Volume & Payment Options

    • More time to work on your DUI case.
    • Calls returned the same day.
    • “Off-hour” appointments” are available.
    • You’ll miss less work, and
    • Have fewer court appearances.
  • Plans To Fit Your Budget

    • Payment Plan Options – That Will Fit Most Budgets.
    • Simple Flat Fees – know the total cost, before you decide to hire.
    • We Make It Easy To Work With Spokane’s Top DUI Lawyers.
    • Action Legal Group was literally designed to help people of all walks of life.
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Attorney Deanna Crull was a Former Prosecutor and has 15+ Years of Experience.

Dave - Spokane (April 1st, 2017) Dave - Spokane (April 1st, 2017)

An excellent lawyer

Deanna looked at every aspect of the case and had a strategy for several scenarios never promising perfect results but in the end she achieved a perfect victory that took into account my budget and the best outcome achievable eliminating many hoops and much expense that would have been inflicted by the courts had the case been handled by a public defender.

Kevin (October 26th, 2016) Kevin (October 26th, 2016)

Best in town

I recently hired Deanna to represent me for two cases that were not strait forward. She was not only very professional, she went, what seemed like, out of her way to go in person to speak with certain people on my behalf. She answered her messages and would return my calls all the time... I could have never expected the turn out that she produced with my two Cases....

How Will Your DUI Story End?

If this is your story, then...

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You’re a good person, and you’ve worked hard to build what you have. Because you work hard you appreciate it when you get a chance to socialize. Dinner and a few drinks, who hasn’t done that…?

But, you didn’t know how strict the laws have become, or how easy it is to have an innocent night out turn into a nightmare.

We’ve seen this happen to all walks of life over the 15 years that we’ve been helping people with their Spokane DUIs.

We know that good people make mistakes, and that your DUI doesn’t define who you are or erase all the good stuff you’ve done.
You’ve Been Labeled…

What you may or may not know yet, is that the police and prosecutors have labeled you…

The police report will make you look bad.

It’s not your fault.

It’s not your world.

You did your best to cooperate, even though you were majorly freaked out.

And, you didn’t know that the officer was only going to write down the bad facts.

You assumed they’d be fair…but to them you’re just one more DUI…

The next problem… is the prosecutor.

He is going to get this bad report…

He’ll make a quick judgement about who you are…

And the truth is…to that person you’re just another criminal in the court system.

Let’s face it. The police and prosecutors get jaded after a time. Everyone just starts to be the same.

But you’re not the same….

There are common criminals and even horrible criminals that should be locked up for life.

But, you’re not one of them.

You work hard.

You have plans and a direction in life.

You may even have others that rely on you.

How could they let one simple and understandable situation define you?

You learned your lesson the very minute that they pulled you over.

You got it. “I shouldn’t have had drinks and driven…”

Had you thought that you were “intoxicated” you wouldn’t have. It just all seemed so innocent at the time.

But now they see you as a criminal…that should do jail time, pay fines, lose your ability to drive to work…

…it’s just all so over the top.
Doesn’t The Good Stuff Count For Anything?

All the good stuff doesn’t seem to count for anything.

You’re in a pretty lonely and scary place.

But listen…

You’re not a common criminal.

THE GOOD STUFF DOES MATTER!

Help is available, but it has to be the right kind of help.

You see not all DUI lawyers are the same.

We have different training and experience.

Some are high quality while others don’t much care about quality (but they like your money just the same) …

Well, I don’t want to waste your time talking to you about other DUI lawyers…

I’ll stick to what I know…
The Action Legal Group Method

Our methods work, and they’ve worked for hundreds of people just like you.

Good people that ended up in a place they never dreamed of…that were labeled as common criminals.

People with families, jobs, bills to pay…

…threatened with jail…losing their licenses…and the possibility of losing their jobs.

So how do we change that?

We make sure that both the judge and prosecutor knows the good stuff…and that the good stuff does matter.

We make sure that they know that you’re no common criminal…you’re not a threat to society.

You’re just a person that made a one-time-mistake…and an easy mistake at that.

Our methods are based in reality…they’re proven…

We focus not only on the law, but also on how people make decisions…how they see the world (i.e. perception).

Lazy DUI lawyers work the law.

To us that’s the lowest standard…and it’s not good enough for our people.

We work on how they actually “see” you…

Because how they “see” you will affect the outcome of the case.

You’ve got to become more than just another common criminal case file to deal with.

You’ve got to become a real human being…that could be their neighbor or even friend.

The fact is that most of us will help people that we like.

So, you need a DUI attorney that is going to do more than “work the law and facts”.

You need someone to “show them” who you are…and it’s not that person in the jaded police report.

We’ve helped hundreds of people charged with Spokane DUIs.

Each of them had to break free of the chains holding them to that jaded police report.

All I can tell you is that it made a difference.

Our methods work, and not everyone knows them.

They are not taught in law school.

But, it’s what you’ll need.
Imagine When You Walk Out of That Courtroom…

How much better will you feel knowing that the judge and prosecutor actually believe that you are a good person...

Don’t you think you’d be better off?

Odds are that if they see you’re not a criminal, then you’ll have gotten a better resolution…

still working…

not in jail…

but getting your life back on track.
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We don’t expect you to take our word for it.

Read what others have said, and experienced as a result of our methods.

It’s your life at stake…we get it.

We Understand Your DUI and We’ve Made It as Easy as We Can…

We will not have to deal with runaway hourly fees.

We know that causes stress.

So, we offer a simple fixed flat fee.

You’ll know what the entire representation will cost, before you ever hire us.

It doesn’t matter if your case takes two months or ten months…

That fee will not change.

We also offer payment plan options that will work for most budgets.

What’s the Cost of Hiring the Wrong DUI Lawyer?

It’s the long-term costs that matter…

How your DUI case settles can affect your future…promotions, new jobs, and raises…

So, while it seems like the decision may be smaller…

It can actually be huge.

An Advocate To "Show" Them...

What you want is an advocate that will “show” them who you are.

You cannot afford to have an “average” attorney “working the law.”
Here’s What You Need to Take Advantage Of Next…

We are going to give you up to one hour of our professional time for FREE.

All you have to do is call.

It’s easy, painless, and free…

(509)868-0811

 

Don’t worry the consultation is all about you.

We want to hear your side of the story…

Ask you some key questions…

Look over your paperwork…

And then, we’ll tell you exactly what we can and cannot do for you.

After that, if you’d like us to provide you with a fixed fee quote and your payment options, we’ll do it.
Look, I’m going to be blunt…

You have nothing to worry about…our past clients love us, because we treated them right.

We have better things to do than pressure you…

It’s either a good fit or not…we’ll respect you either way.

You won’t even need to make a decision that day…we get it…it’s a big decision.

 

P.S. If you’ve taken the time to read all that we’ve had to say here, then I want to give you some special thanks…. Mention this P.S., and you’ll get a 5% (five-percent) discount.

 

 

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DUI & Legal Questions

Underage DUI (Under 21 Minor DUI)

DRIVER UNDER 21 CONSUMING ALCOHOL OR DRUGS– is often called “baby DUI”.  If you are under the age of 21 and have a breath alcohol concentration (BAC) of below 0.02, you can be charged with this type of crime.

Some people ask, “I was under 21, why did I get charged as an adult?”  The answer is that you blew above the adult legal limit of 0.08.

Are there differences between the two?  YES!  A “driver under 21” DUI is just a misdemeanor, meaning punishable by up to 90 days in jail and a $1,000.00 fine.  There is no mandatory jail time associated with it and no court conviction license impact.  (There could still be an administrative impact).  Finally, a “under 21” DUI does not count as a prior for purposes of getting another DUI in seven years.  (To see the differences in penalties, go to the “DUI Penalties and Consequences” section.

Remember, if you have a passenger under the age of 16 in the vehicle with you, you could face additional criminal charges, such as Reckless Endangerment.

Marijuana DUI

There are two types of Marijuana DUIs depending on your age.  One for individuals under the age of 21 and one for those over the age of 21.  The law allows adults no more than 5 nanograms of THC in their system before they are presumed impaired.  For a minor (under 21), no amount of THC is allowed.

Even if a blood test reveals a THC level below the presumptive amount of 5 ng, a law enforcement officer could still charge you with a DUI if they believe your driving was impaired, or you had a combination of alcohol and/or drugs and THC in your system.

If you have a passenger under the age of 16 with you at the time, there could be an additional charge of Reckless Endangerment, an increased fine and a requirement for ignition interlock for an addition period of time.

Felony DUI

In order for a DUI to be considered a felony (DUIs are misdemeanors and gross misdemeanors otherwise), you must have 3 or more prior qualifying offenses in the last 10 years in this or any other state; or have previously been convicted of:  Vehicular homicide while under the influence; Vehicular assault while under the influence; or a comparable out-of-state conviction.  Depending on whether or not you have prior felony points, you could be looking at up to 60 months in custody.

Felony “points” are determined by a person’s prior criminal history.

Reckless Driving

Reckless Driving on its own is a willful or wanton disregard for the safety of persons or people.  It has no component of impairment nor does it mention any use of drugs or alcohol.  Someone can be charged with a reckless driving for going 30 mph over the speed limit.

It may be confusing then, why first time DUIs are often reduced to this crime.  The reason is that it is still a gross misdemeanor like a DUI (punishable by up to 364 days jail and $5,000 fine); there is a licensing impact of 30 days; and if you were to get a subsequent DUI in the next 7 years (10 years for a felony level) it would count as a prior offense.  Having a prior offense increases the consequences greatly for second DUI.

Negligent Drving First Degree

(Not to be confused with Negligent Driving in the 2nd degree which is an infraction).  This is basically driving after consuming alcohol or drugs, but without the level of impairment a DUI have (0.02, 0.08, 5 ng, etc.).  A DUI that is reduced to negligent driving has a big difference in punishment.  First, negligent driving is just a misdemeanor only punishable by no more than 90 days jail and $1,000.00 fine.

Second, there is no mandatory jail time or fine.  Third, there is no suspension of your license for the conviction.  (Remember there still could be one administratively regardless of how your case resolves).

This crime does, however, count as a prior if you were to get another DUI in 7 years (or 10 years for a felony).

What's a Deferred Prosecution?

A lot of people see that a successful deferred prosecution ends with a dismissal and hear “no jail” and get excited, but they may not fully understand what it is or what it means to “go deferred.”

With a deferred, you are basically telling the court that this crime occurred because of you being addicted to drugs, or being an alcoholic.  There is a mandatory 2-year intensive out-patient treatment program that will be required, AND you must be on probation for 60 months before your case gets dismissed.  You will be required to have an interlock device in your car for a specific period of time and you will need permission to travel outside of the state of Washington for more than 24 hours.  (The interstate compact applies.  Make sure and ask a knowledgeable attorney about this).

This is generally not a recommended resolution for first time offenders, even second offenses may not want to resolve their DUI this way.

I Was Arrested For a DUI Can I Travel (leave town)?

That is a great question without a definite answer.  What I can say, is that if this is your first DUI there is not going to be a restriction as a result of your conviction.  A judge may put release conditions on you to say within a certain county or state, but unless you are being convicted of your second DUI or entering a deferred prosecution, the interstate compact monitoring travel does not apply.

Now, the uncertain part is other countries.  A lot of individuals ask about going to Canada.  I can tell you that I have personally called the border patrol and asked them under what circumstances a person can get into Canada, and they will not tell you.  The only way to make sure you can get in is to go through their rehabilitation process.  To do this, you should seek the help of an attorney in Canada.

If you are traveling outside of North America, I suggest trying to contact that country’s boarder/immigration/customs department to see if they will tell you what their guidelines are.

What's a Federal DUI?

A federal DUI occurs when you are on federal land at the time of being charged with a DUI.  In these cases, you would end up in the federal courthouse.  In Washington, attorneys need to be granted permission to practice in federal district court.  Not all lawyers are qualified and you would want to ask them directly, right away to make sure you are with an attorney who is experienced to handle your case.

I'm In the Military and I Got a Spokane DUI What's Going to Happen?

Being in a town with a prominent air force base we see our fair share of military people get DUIs.  One of two things will happen.  First, your branch may take jurisdiction over your DUI and handle it internally.  If this happens you STILL have an administrative DOL suspension to deal with.  Second, they could choose to let your DUI case be handled through local city or state court.

More DUI Questions

Can a Spokane DUI Or a Charge That Was Reduced From a DUI Get Removed From My Record (Expunged or Vacated)?

The answer is NO.  The Washington State legislature has amended the law which now requires that a DUI or conviction reduced from a DUI stays on your record for life (in Washington State).

Here is why, if someone had a DUI 30 years ago and they just got another one, even though it will be treated as if it were their first offense (within 7 years), the release conditions imposed on that person will include ordering them to have an ignition interlock and/or other testing or monitoring.  An old DUI can impact you no matter how long ago it happened.

Can I Hire a Private Attorney To Handle My DOL Hearing, If I Have a Public Defender?

Absolutely!  You want an experience attorney who knows what they are doing.  DOL suspension hearings are very technical and certain rules apply.  There are two groups of people in the DOL’s eyes, those who took the breath test and those who refused.  The fact that this is someone’s first offense, that they have no criminal history, or that they are just barely above the limit do not get taken into account.

Because so much is on the line it is wise to have an attorney handle this telephone hearing for you.  If you have hired a private attorney, they may include this as part of their service.  If you are using the services of a public defender, they WILL NOT do your DOL hearing for you.  You can hire an attorney to handle the hearing and since you qualified for a public defender, you may qualify to have the administrative fee of $375 waived as well.

I Have Paperwork From The Department of Licensing That Says "Request For DUI Hearing", What Do I Do WIth It?

This is a time-sensitive matter!  You have 20 days from the date of arrest to request and administrative hearing.  If you do nothing, your privilege to drive will be suspended.  (Make sure your address is up-to-date by going on-line to dol.wa.gov) You have a right to due process, meaning a hearing to challenge them taking away your right to drive before they can do that.

In order to request a hearing, the form(s) have to be filled out completely and accurately, all documents need to be attached and most importantly, the request has to be post-marked by the 20th day following your arrest.  You DO count weekends and holidays.  It is a straight 20 days.  If you have a Washington license you can also make this request on-line.

Believe it or not, a lot of strategy goes into dealing with the department of licensing.  You want someone who knows what they are doing.  Just because you do not have an attorney at the time you fill in your request form, it does not mean that you can’t hire one later.  I recommend it!

Additionally, if you meet certain guidelines for income you may be entitled to a waiver of the $375.  Be careful, this is a separate form that ALSO needs to be sent to the DOL.  It will be mailed to a different address and you must include documents and sign it correctly.  More information can be found at dol.wa.gov.

What If I Have a Professional License and I Get a DUI Charge?

Over the years we have represented all walks of life and people in all types of professions.  We have had pilots to teachers, construction workers to financial planners.  Depending on what you do for your job a DUI may impact you.

For example, a pilot will be impacted by a DUI conviction.  A truck drive will be impacted just by an arrest for DUI.  If you work for fed-ex and drive a van for them you may be impacted.

Nurses, your first DUI will generally not impact you.  Teachers, you are usually not facing any job impact.  Some professions require yearly re-certification.  If you are unsure how your DUI will affect you, speak with a qualified, experienced attorney.

We’ve worked with Physicians, Nurses, Dentists, Financial Planners, and just about every professional that requires a license to practice. If you are a licensed person, then you do have some special considerations. It’s best to sit down sooner than later with a DUI attorney.

Should I Just Get a Public Defender for My Spokane DUI?

The answer is “no”.  It is a simple matter of mathematics.  Spokane’s Public Defenders may be wonderful individuals, but they have huge caseloads and just a limited amount of time.  Spending just a few minutes with them before court is not enough time when dealing with your future.  What a private attorney may cost now is a fraction of what you could lose in future earnings.

Additionally, public defenders will not be able to handle your DUI.  A private attorney may be able to handle both your administrative hearing and your court case at a price that may be more reasonable than you think.  Some attorneys even offer payment plans.  My advice- see if you can afford a skilled private attorney first before relying on the services of the public defender.

The Officer Didn't Read Me My Miranda Rights Will My Case Get Dismissed?

Probably not. Most “Miranda Issues” are remedied by not allowing the unadvised statements to come into evidence. Sometimes this will cause a case to be dismissed for a lack of evidence. However, DUI cases are usually based on much more evidence. For example bad driving, and field sobriety testing.

If I'm Convicted of a DUI Can I Still Drive Into Canada?

You may be stopped and turned away at the border. If you have a DUI conviction and need to travel to Canada, it’s best to use their process of “Rehabilitation”. Essentially, you’ll need to hire a Canadian lawyer to handle the process for you. Shop around, because some firms may be taking advantage of what you do not know. The good news is that there are steps that you can take.

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Spokane DUI Penalities & Consequences

First Offense DUI under 0.15
Level of Crime Gross Misdemeanor
Possible Jail Max 364
Possible Fine Max $5,000.00
Mandatory Fine $940.50

More if there is a passenger under 16 years of age

Mandatory Jail 1 days or

15 EHM (electronic home monitoring)

Alcohol/Drug

Assessment and Follow Up Treatment

Yes
Victim Impact Panel Yes
Cost Recovery Yes
Probation Up to 60 months
Conviction Fee Yes, included in fine
BAC Fee Yes, included in fine
DOL suspension for conviction (Separate from any administrative suspension) 90 days.
Ignition Interlock Yes.  Plus, additional time for a passenger under 16 years of age.
SR22 Insurance Yes

 

*DOL imposes suspensions based upon criteria including but not limited to previous suspensions, level of BAC or refusal.  These may change.  For the most current information go to DOL.WA.GOV

1st Offense DUI over 0.15
Level of Crime Gross Misdemeanor
Possible Jail Max 364
Possible Fine Max $5,000.00
Mandatory Fine $1,195.50

More if there is a passenger under 16 years of age

Mandatory Jail 2 days or

30 EHM (electronic home monitoring)

Alcohol/Drug

Assessment and Follow Up Treatment

Yes
Victim Impact Panel Yes
Cost Recovery Yes
Probation Up to 60 months
Conviction Fee Yes, included in fine
BAC Fee Yes, included in fine
DOL suspension for conviction (Separate from any administrative suspension) 1 year.  2 years if refused the breath test.  .
Ignition Interlock Yes. Plus, additional time for a passenger under 16 years of age
SR22 Insurance Yes

*DOL imposes suspensions based upon criteria including but not limited to previous suspensions, level of BAC or refusal.  These may change.  For the most current information go to DOL.WA.GOV

2nd Offense DUI under 0.15
Level of Crime Gross Misdemeanor
Possible Jail Max 364
Possible Fine Max $5,000.00
Mandatory Fine $1,195.50

More if there is a passenger under 16 years of age

Mandatory Jail 30 days
Mandatory EHM 60 days or 4 days jail
Alcohol/Drug

Assessment and Follow Up Treatment

Yes
Victim Impact Panel Yes
Cost Recovery Yes
Probation Up to 60 months
Conviction Fee Yes, included in fine
BAC Fee Yes, included in fine
DOL suspension for conviction (Separate from any administrative suspension) 2 years.
Ignition Interlock Yes. Plus, additional time for a passenger under 16 years of age.
SR22 Insurance Yes

 

 

2nd Offense DUI over 0.15
Level of Crime Gross Misdemeanor
Possible Jail Max 364
Possible Fine Max $5,000.00
Mandatory Fine $1,620.50

More if there is a passenger under 16 years of age

Mandatory Jail 45 days
Mandatory EHM 90 days or 6 days jail
Alcohol/Drug

Assessment and Follow Up Treatment

Yes
Victim Impact Panel Yes
Cost Recovery Yes
Probation Up to 60 months
Conviction Fee Yes, included in fine
BAC Fee Yes, included in fine
DOL suspension for conviction (Separate from any administrative suspension) 900 day revocation.  3 years if breath test was refused.
Ignition Interlock Yes. Plus, additional time for a passenger under 16 years of age.
SR22 Insurance Yes

 

3rd Offense DUI under 0.15
Level of Crime Gross Misdemeanor
Possible Jail Max 364
Possible Fine Max $5,000.00
Mandatory Fine $2,0455.50

More if there is a passenger under 16 years of age

Mandatory Jail 90 days
Mandatory EHM 120 days or 8 days jail
Alcohol/Drug

Assessment and Follow Up Treatment

Yes
Victim Impact Panel Yes
Cost Recovery Yes
Probation Up to 60 months
Conviction Fee Yes, included in fine
BAC Fee Yes, included in fine
DOL suspension for conviction (Separate from any administrative suspension) 3-year revocation.
Ignition Interlock Yes. Plus, additional time for a passenger under 16 years of age.
SR22 Insurance Yes

 

3rd Offense DUI over 0.15
Level of Crime Gross Misdemeanor
Possible Jail Max 364
Possible Fine Max $5,000.00
Mandatory Fine $2,895.50

More if there is a passenger under 16 years of age

Mandatory Jail 120 days
Mandatory EHM 150 days or 10 days jail
Alcohol/Drug

Assessment and Follow Up Treatment

Yes
Victim Impact Panel Yes
Cost Recovery Yes
Probation Up to 60 months
Conviction Fee Yes, included in fine
BAC Fee Yes, included in fine
DOL suspension for conviction (Separate from any administrative suspension) 4-year revocation.
Ignition Interlock Yes.  Plus, additional time for a passenger under 16 years of age.
SR22 Insurance Yes

 

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Did You Know That A Washington DUI Conviction Will Always Be On Your Record?

That's right. In Washington State a DUI conviction will always be on your record. You cannot get it removed.

This is one of the many reasons of why it is so important to do all that you can now. You have no idea of what your future will bring. And, it is an absolute shame to miss out on promotions are even better jobs, because you had a DUI 10 years ago.

In some ways people convicted of DUIs are treated worse than criminals with felony records. Many felonies can be vacated or removed from their records.

What seems like a decision about hiring an attorney and spending a few thousand dollars, could end up being a decision that is really about hundreds of thousands of dollars.

The best advice is to do all that you can now about this situation. There's nothing worse than a regret that you cannot fix.

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