Monday, June 27, 2016
A “Changed Person”
Back in January, a DUI conviction cost Stormy Keffeler her Miss Washington USA crown after failing to disclose a drunken-driving conviction before the pageant. It was revealed that, on April 7 of last year, Keffeler was stopped by Seattle police while driving a car with two flat tires. Documents from Seattle Municipal Court found that her blood alcohol level was above the legal limit for driving.
Sunday, June 26, 2016
There’s no doubt that domestic violence is one of the most pressing issues hounding innocent people every day. Still, a handful of domestic violence cases in court today may not have happened at all, and falsely accused individuals are facing punishments for the crime they didn’t even do.
Recently, the possibility of individuals being falsely accused of domestic violence took center stage after Amber Heard, soon-to-be ex wife of actor Johnny Depp, alleged that she suffered abuse under his hands. A number of Depp’s friends, including his ex-wives and even his daughter, expressed disbelief over Heard’s claims.
Whether he is innocent of these allegations or not, the fact remains that some individuals, most of them are men, are being falsely accused of domestic violence. With the help of a defense attorney, you can have a big chance of clearing your name and moving on with your life as an innocent person.
Saturday, June 25, 2016
It can be nerve-wracking when you suddenly hear a police siren blare behind you as you make your way home—especially if you know you have had just had a drink. “It’s not that bad”, you think to yourself. “It was only one glass of wine with dinner. I should be fine.” Unfortunately, even “one glass” may be enough to tip you past the legal BAC limit of .08 percent in Federal Way and the rest of Washington.
Fortunately, there are certain things that you can and should do to help your case. If you ever find yourself in situation where a police officer is pulling you over, follow the tips below. These tips will undoubtedly help you and your DUI attorney in the event that police officers decide to press charges.
Friday, June 24, 2016
Being arrested for a DUI is a harrowing experience with dire consequences. Aside from hefty fines, your driver’s license will likely be revoked and you will officially have a criminal record. This is why it is important that you fight any charged of driving under the influence in Kent.
As soon as you reach the police station, immediately request to speak to a DUI attorney. Inform the police officers that you will only consent to any tests after you’ve spoken to your attorney. This is well within your constitutional rights and this request should be granted.
The reason why you should speak ton attorney as soon as possible is because you want to have your memory of the entire incident fresh. Even the tiniest details can help an experienced DUI lawyer, such as Atty. Kim E. Hunter, find holes you can use to contest DUI charges.