Spokane Criminal Defense Lawyer

Prosecutorial Misconduct. It has recently become more common for prosecutors to withhold important evidence. Many prosecutors are young and see the criminal justice system like a game that is played to be won.

Spokane Criminal Defense Law Firm

Domestic Violence. The Domestic Violence convictions that prohibit possession of firearms under Washington state law are the following crimes when committed by one family or household member against another, after July 1, 1993: Assault in the fourth degree, coercion, stalking, reckless endangerment, criminal trespass in the first degree, or violation of the provisions of a protection order or no-contact order restraining the person or excluding the person from a residence.

The Time to Stop the Carnage is Now; Enforcing Washington State’s Firearms Preemption Law

Firearms Preemption laws are under discussion. State, municipal, and private institutions are deciding whether to change their policies. There is increasing recognition that armed citizens can help stop random violence. Throughout these institutions there is also a tendency not to discuss the issue publicly. Some will not discuss the issue at all. We all need to call attention to state and municipal organizations that interpret laws in ways that violate plain legislative intent of state firearms preemption laws…

Criminal Defense Team Sends Message to Spokane County

The case had been forwarded to Tucker’s office by Spokane Police Department with no recommendation, which is arguably a recommendation not to charge. Tucker publicly stated that he “wanted to send a message to the citizens of Spokane.”

British Benghazi in Afghanistan 1842

FROM KABUL TO JALALABAD IN 1842 Central Asia is a very large stage from which originated the legendary Mongolian armies, the Turks that seized the ancient Byzantine empire and many fabled cities that had rarely been visited by Westerners even in the 1800s. In Washington DC and other modern world capitals, officials wring their handsContinue reading “British Benghazi in Afghanistan 1842”