Suspended License Charge with 180 Days Mandatory Jail Significantly Reduced, No Jail
Recently Ashbach Law Offices, LLC a reduction in a Suspended License driving charge from First Degree down to Third Degree. Our client had previously been convicted of many Suspended License First Degree charges (prior to our representation) and was looking at a mandatory minimum of 180 days in jail upon conviction.
Our office worked on this suspended license case for over a year, turning over every leaf to see if an error had been made by the Department of Licensing. Eventually we were able to find an error with DOL and obtained documentation to that effect. As we do for all clients we represent, we investigated and challenged everything to protect our client’s liberty and rights.
Fight Your Suspended License Allegation
Suspended License allegations come in three degrees: First Degree, Second Degree and Third Degree, and can come about for many reasons. The reason for an underlying suspended license should always be aggressively investigated, as errors such as the one found for our client do occur, but are hard to find and prove.
Great results such as this are what we fight for every day at Ashbach Law Offices, LLC. If you need help with a Suspended License accusation, please call or text us at 360.474.7872 (or email email@example.com) to learn what we can do for you. Our office has successfully represented clients on Suspended License allegations of First Degree, Second Degree and Third Degrees, both at court and through DOL hearings.
Whatever the degree is charged, a conviction can carry serious consequences, including mandatory jail, additional license suspension or revocation, loss of employment, fines, and other issues.
Our office is based in Snohomish County, Washington, with offices in Marysville and Mill Creek. However, we frequently travel far and wide for clients who are seeking aggressive, high-quality defense for their allegations.
We routinely represent clients charged with allegations throughout the Washington I-5 corridor, covering Skagit, Snohomish, King and Whatcom Counties. Regular courts of practice include, but are not limited to, Anacortes, Arlington, Bellevue, Bellingham, Blaine, Burlington, Edmonds, Everett, Issaquah, Lynnwood, Marysville