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A famous song from the 1960s, borrowing from Jewish and Christian scriptures, states that there is a “time to every purpose under heaven.” Encounters with
A recent decision from the Washington Court of Appeals once again highlights the importance of trial courts’ following proper procedures before they impose non-mandatory legal
When you are attempting to overturn a conviction in a criminal case, based upon an error by the trial judge in admitting evidence, there are
The complex case of an alleged incident of domestic violence in which famed soccer star Hope Solo was accused of being the abuser is once
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.