Case Results

Disclaimer

Each client’s matter is unique. The results of any matter are determined by the relevant facts and applicable law. Past results are not a guarantee that your matter will be resolved similarly to the results here.

With that said, we truly believe there is hope in each and every reckless driving or racing case and we do our best to get great results for our clients.

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  • State of Washington v. D.C.

    Charges: Hit and Run Attended and Reckless Driving Outcome: Hit and Run charges dismissed; reckless driving reduced to the civil infraction of negligent driving 2nd degree. Description: Client intentionally hit another car on I-405 during heavy traffic and then fled the scene.  Client charg... Read On

  • City of Seattle v. Y.C.

    Outcome: Dismissal Description: Client accused of reckless driving  "road rage" incident by chasing and intentionally running into another car.  After negotiations, prosecutor was willing to dismiss the charges after 12 months upon completion of an aggressive driving class, community service and... Read On

  • State of Washington v. L.C.

    Outcome: Reduction to civil (non-criminal) infraction of negligent driving second degree. Description: Client accused of driving his 4x4 pickup up to 110 mph on SR 512 while passing vehicles and being pursued by law enforcement.  Client eventually pulled over.  Prosecutor was willing to reduce f... Read On

  • City of Bothell v. R.C.

    Outcome: Dismissal Description: Client was seen by police driving 60 mph in a 25 mph zone in in front a church that had recently just released from afternoon services.  Numerous parents and children were present.  Prosecutor was willing to dismiss the charges upon completion of aggressive drivin... Read On

  • City of Normandy Park v. A.A.

    Outcome: Dismissal Description: Teenager was driving his car in speeds in excess of 67 mph in a 45 mph zone, while at the same time weaving in and out of numerous cars.  The teen had numerous disciplinary problems.  Prosecutor was willing to dismiss the case as the teen had entered a rigorous sc... Read On

  • City of Burien v. B.K

    Outcome: Negligent driving second degree (civil infraction) Description: Client was accused of racing another vehicle on residential streets with speeds up to 80 mph.  Quickly pulled over and admitted to this.  Given the client's lack of criminal history the prosecutor was willing to amend to th... Read On

  • State of Washington V. R.S.

    Outcome: Dismissal Description:  Client was on a motorcycle and was seen doing a two wheelies when getting onto I-5 North.  Police officer saw this and thought client was driving recklessly.   We were able to explain to the officer that the wheelie occurred as part of an equipment malfunction.  ... Read On

  • King County v. C.H.

    May 2013

    Case dismissed due to significant legal error not found by prosecution until middle of trial. Read On

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