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January 2017 Archives

The Breathalyzer and DUI charges

The Breathalyzer, which can provide a quick measurement of a person's blood alcohol concentration level, is only one of many kinds of evidence that can be used against a person who has been charged with a DUI. Washington drivers should be aware that passing a BAC test does not mean an automatic acquittal.

Overview of money laundering laws

Seattle residents who been accused of financially motivated criminal activities may be handed a charge for money laundering. Laws against money laundering have made it illegal for a person to transfer money that was derived from criminal activities in an effort to hide the origin of the money. When the first anti-money laundering laws were enacted, they were meant to hinder organized crime.

3 things to know about domestic violence charges

Learning that your husband has accused you of domestic violence is something that can make your heart seem to stop. Immediately, you will notice that some facets of your life start to change. These changes aren't going to be for the better. In fact, some of them can make you downright miserable. While you will likely have to deal with these effects in the short term, presenting a defense against the charges is the only way that you might be able to prevent your entire life from being changed. Consider these three things if you are charged with domestic violence.

Young men drive while impaired more than other groups

Young Washington men between the ages of 21 and 25 are part of the group with the highest rate of impaired driving. On the national level, this translates into 20 percent of men in this age group driving after drinking in 2014 according to a survey sponsored by the Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration.

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