DUI & Gross Misdemeanors

There are two categories of misdemeanor crimes in Washington State:

  • Misdemeanor – punishable by up to 90 days in jail and/or $1,000.00 fine
  • Gross Misdemeanor – punishable by up to one year in jail and/or $5,000.00 fine

All crimes that are not felonies or misdemeanors are classified as gross misdemeanors.

If charged with a gross misdemeanor, your personal and professional life will be adversely affected. Eagle Law Offices, P.S. has the experience to assist you and minimize the consequences of a criminal prosecution.

Acts such as: Driving Under the Influence (DUI); or Criminal Trespassing. Theft and Larceny can be charged as either a gross misdemeanor or a felony. Eagle Law Offices, P.S. attorneys will approach every case with the insight required to assure that you are not “overcharged” by the Prosecutor. “Crimes of Dishonesty” (theft, trespassing, larceny, etc.) will have a serious adverse affect on your credit rating, personal, academic, and professional life. Our attorneys will guide you through the potential sentencing and keep you informed every step of the way.

Rest assured that Eagle Law Offices, P.S. treats every client with dignity and respect while representing you aggressively to diminish the affect a judgment will have on your personal and professional life. Contact us today at 206-426-6961 to schedule your consultation.

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