The lawyers of Ashbach Law Offices, LLC aggressively represent clients throughout Snohomish County, Washington, with a large focus on allegations arising in Everett, Washington.
Everett, Washington has three main courthouses: Snohomish County Superior Court, Snohomish County District Court – Everett Division, and Everett Municipal Court. We routinely practice in all three of these courts, for allegations of simple misdemeanors, gross misdemeanors, and felonies. We have achieved dismissals, significant reduction of charges, and verdicts of “not guilty” on a wide variety of cases throughout these buildings.
There are many methods to obtaining a great result in your case, and we will pursue any and all of them as we investigate and defend against your accusation. Whether the case is resolved pretrial, at motions hearings, or at trial, we will do our best to put your best foot forward to achieve successful resolution.
Our office takes pride in its reputation of achieving outstanding results for our clients. Our hope is that you choose our office to fight your case. Call 360.474.7872 or 1-888-WA-LAW-NW (1-888-925-2969) now for a free case evaluation to learn how we can help. Everything is confidential. If you prefer, please use the “Contact Us” form you will find on every page. It is never too early to begin building a strong, winning defense.
Below is a sample list of results we have obtained for our clients for charges out of Everett, Washington.
Assault 2 DV (felony) – ‘Not Guilty” verdict
Assault 4 DV – ‘Not Guilty” verdict
Assault 4 DV (assault in the fourth degree, domestic violence) – Dismissed
Assault 4 Non-DV – Dismissed
Criminal Mischief – Dismissed
DUI – Dismissed
DUI – Reduced to Negligent Driving
Hit and Run – Dismissed
Making a False Statement to a Law Enforcement Officer – Dismissed
Malicious Mischief 3 DV – Dismissed
Obstructing a Law Enforcement Officer – Dismissed
Reckless Driving – Dismissed
Reckless Driving – Reduced to infraction
Suspended License – Dismissed
Theft and Shoplifting – Dismissed
Unlawful Display of a Weapon – Dismissed
Violation of a No Contact Order (VNCO) – Dismissed