Ignition Interlock Violation Dismissed

Ignition Interlock Violation charge and Suspended License charge DISMISSED

Recently Ashbach Law Offices, LLC represented a client in Snohomish County facing an Ignition Interlock Violation (IID) charge as well as a suspended license third degree (DWLS 3) charge after being stopped by law enforcement for driving a vehicle without a front license place in violation of State law. Our client was subsequently found to be driving a motor vehicle without a functioning ignition interlock device and with a suspended license.

Our client was on probation from a prior DUI, which resulted in his license being suspended and an ignition interlock device being required in all vehicles he drove.
Our client was facing several issues from this new arrest and the resulting charges, and so he chose our office to put forward his best defense. In addition to jail time, fines, probation and further license suspension for the Ignition Interlock Violation and Suspended License Third Degree accusations, our client was facing mandatory 30 days’ confinement for probation violations on the old DUI conviction (for a total of 60 days per 46.61.5055(11) (b)).

Representation on this case involved extensive investigation, legal research, motions to suppress and dismiss, and eventual confirmation for trial, which culminated in dismissal of all charges for our client. Aggressive representation for the Ignition Interlock and Suspended License charges resulted in no fines, no further suspension, and no jail time.
This case took over a year to fully litigate to dismissal. While that time frame is not typical, it does represent the extent to which we are willing to go to thoroughly investigate cases and represent our clients. If you choose our office to represent you for your Ignition Interlock accusation, you can be assured that we will use all tools in our arsenal to aggressively represent you as best as we can.

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This Ignition Interlock Violation dismissal is just one of many we have been able to obtain for our clients. Great results such as this are what we fight for every day at Ashbach Law Offices, LLC. If you need help with an Ignition Interlock violation issue, please call or text us at 360.474.7872 (or email brian@i5defense.com)

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 Ignition Interlock Violation 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