A man who was facing assault and weapons charges decided to represent himself, only to fail in achieving the outcome for which he’d hoped. After
In a criminal trial, the accused person is innocent until proven guilty beyond a reasonable doubt. Once a jury convicts, however, the standards change. After
One of the proclaimed hallmarks of the United States, including Washington’s, judicial system is the fact that everyone is innocent until they are proven guilty.
When you’re facing a criminal domestic violence charge, there are many things that may go into your defense. If you took physical action because you
Criminal laws in Washington, like criminal laws in other states, can allow prosecutors to pursue multiple charges that all arise from a single act or
A car trip involving two sisters led to a physical fight and police involvement. The subsequent assault trial of one of the sisters led to