At Callahan Law, P.S., Inc. we have found that initially, persons charged with DUI are traumatized. Typically, they have been law-abiding all their lives. They have also always seen themselves as being against drunk driving. Often, they are overwhelmed by feelings of anxiety, depression, and are disgusted with either themselves or the humiliating process they have just experienced.
Arrangement at Court
Conditions Of Release
If this is your first offense and there is no accident or high breath/blood test involved, you will likely be released on your own recognizance (PR’d). You will have to maintain certain conditions the judge imposes to continue on this status, such as law-abiding behavior, and non-consumption of alcohol, marijuana, or non-prescribed drugs.
However, if you do have a prior alcohol-related offense, or an extremely high breath or blood test result, or if an accident happened with your DUI, the prosecutor may ask the court to impose more stringent restrictions of release, possibly including the posting of bail. This may require that you have a friend or family member engage a bail-bonds person to pay a premium and post a bond for your release from jail.
If you have prior offenses, the judge could impose severe restrictions on you, such as:
You Only Have 7 Days to request a hearing
If you prefer not to request a telephonic hearing to challenge the administrative action, you may have the option of getting a temporary restricted license that allows you to drive during a suspension or revocation. Call us for the details.
Our Team of Attorneys and Paralegals have over 30 years of combined experience. We know the law and understand how to apply it to your case.
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We create a custom defense for every client. Not all cases are the same and we know that. Your concerns and goals are our top priority.
As a long time author and speaker Ms. Callahan is respected across the county for her trial skills and investigative knowledge. He reputation proceeds herself when appearing in court.
When the facts of the case are particularly difficult and do not allow for a reduction, we will almost always recommend that you require the prosecution to prove their case at trial.
Obtaining a Non-DUI Resolution
By now, you realize you need good legal representation. But what should you look for in choosing a lawyer?
At Callahan Law, P.S., Inc., we are all of the above, and we constantly employ new strategies to unravel the prosecution’s case. We conduct an independent investigation seeking to uncover facts favorable to you, then use those facts in your best interest.
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Washington State has some of the toughest DUI laws in our nation. These laws carry increasingly severe penalties for those who drink and drive. Washington lowered the BAC limit from .10 to 0.08 in January of 1999. Drivers with a blood-alcohol concentration (BAC) at .08 or above can now be convicted of driving under the influence of alcohol. In addition, because public sentiment is so very negative toward drunk drivers, prosecutors will often pursue a DUI conviction even when the driver’s test result is well under .08! This is possible because they can obtain a conviction if they can show the person drove while “affected by” alcohol, and/or marijuana or any drug, including prescription or over-the-counter medications.
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