Defending You From Pot-Related Charges In Seattle

In some ways, Washington's legalization of marijuana for medical and recreational use has made things easier. People no longer have to worry about being arrested for simply smoking a joint. In other ways, however, the new laws have made things more difficult. More and more people are confused about what is and isn't legal anymore.

Whether you thought you were acting legally, you knew you were in the wrong or the police made a mistake, you can count on JRC Practice, PLLC. Our Seattle drug crime defense lawyers will be your determined and fearless advocates. We will investigate the details of your case and work hard to craft a strong defense strategy.

Do You Have Questions About Washington Marijuana Laws?

Our attorneys will answer all your questions, such as:

  • How much weed can I legally have in my possession?
  • Am I allowed to grow my own pot without a license?
  • How many cannabis plants can I grow at one time?
  • Can I share the marijuana I grow with my friends?
  • How much can I smoke without getting a green DUI on the road?
  • If I have a doctor's permission, can I smoke more than 1 ounce of pot?
  • What is the I-502 law and how does it apply to me?

Compliance Audits For Marijuana Operations In Washington

At JRC Practice, PLLC, our lawyers conduct compliance audits. We will visit your marijuana growing facility and review the unique aspects of your situation. We will help make sure you are compliant with all the rules regarding medicinal marijuana and possession of marijuana in Washington.

The law is continually changing and evolving — and our firm is in the middle of it. In 2011, attorney Jesse Corkern was asked to present on Washington DUI law and marijuana at the Cannabis Resource Center in Seattle. His presentation was part of the weekly Cannabis College series of workshops and seminars hosted by the Cannabis Defense Coalition.

"As a former Snohomish County prosecutor, Jesse can easily spot legal issues that may result in charge reductions or dismissals." — Endorsement from attorney Sheryl Pewitt on

Call For Professional And Experienced Legal Assistance Today

You can reach JRC Practice, PLLC, by calling 206-395-5952 or by sending us an email. The initial consultation is absolutely free, so don't hesitate to learn about your rights today.