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Phil Wakefield is one of the highest-rated DUI lawyers in Washington, with an extensive record of success for his clients.

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Unlike lawyers at other law firms, our lawyers have dealt with thousands of cases, litigating matters of a wide range of severities and we have delivered important victories to our clients. Our reputation as aggressive, zealous advocates in the courtroom allows us to deliver results to our clients.

Our goal is to fight for and to deliver to you the best results possible, whether that be by way of an acquittal or favorable judgement at trial, a favorable settlement deal, or an outright dismissal. Unlike other firms, we will give you our all. There is no such thing as a case that is too big or too small.

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Driving while intoxicated is a very serious charge. If you are facing a DUI charge in Washington State, even as a first offense, the stakes are high. DUI cases come with urgent deadlines that have real life consequences.

Washington has some of the strictest DUI laws in the country, with possible penalties including license suspension, fines, and incarceration.

It is important to fight the driver license suspension, assert your constitutional rights, and do everything possible to avoid a final conviction.

As per the Washington State Department of Licensing, driving under the influence (DUI) in Washington State, refers to operating a vehicle while affected by alcohol and/or drugs. Find your local (DOL) branch here.

This applies to both legal and illegal drugs, including prescription medication and over-the-counter drugs.

DUI Consequences

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Drivers may be charged with DUI when the results of a breath or blood test show the amount of alcohol in the driver’s blood to be:

  • .08 or higher for adults (21 and over)
  • .04 or higher for commercial vehicle drivers (CDL disqualifications)
  • .02 or higher for minors (under 21)

The burden of proof is on the State to show that a defendant had a blood alcohol content above the legal limit within the time period established by statute. An experienced Everett DUI lawyer who knows the state’s DUI laws is the beginning of your defense.

With over 30 years of experience and direct knowledge of DUI laws in Washington State, Mr. Wakefield is committed to you and your future. Philip Wakefield has defended the rights of thousands of individuals who have been charged with alleged DUI offenses.

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Snohomish Law Group is dedicated to providing legal expertise, help and support for those who have been charged with a DUI offense within Washington State. Our attorneys serve as trusted partners at every stage of the process to ensure our clients have the guidance and representation they need.

Driving while intoxicated is a very serious charge. If you are facing a DUI charge in Washington State, even as a first offense, the stakes are high. DUI cases come with urgent deadlines that have real life consequences.

Washington has some of the strictest DUI laws in the country, with possible penalties including license suspension, fines, and incarceration.

It is important to fight the driver license suspension, assert your constitutional rights, and do everything possible to avoid a final conviction.

As per the Washington State Department of Licensing, driving under the influence (DUI) in Washington State, refers to operating a vehicle while affected by alcohol and/or drugs. Find your local (DOL) branch here.

This applies to both legal and illegal drugs, including prescription medication and over-the-counter drugs.

Drivers may be charged with DUI when the results of a breath or blood test show the amount of alcohol in the driver’s blood to be:

  • .08 or higher for adults (21 and over)
  • .04 or higher for commercial vehicle drivers (CDL disqualifications)
  • .02 or higher for minors (under 21)

The burden of proof is on the State to show that a defendant had a blood alcohol content above the legal limit within the time period established by statute. An experienced Washington DUI lawyer who knows the state’s DUI laws is the beginning of your defense.

With over 30 years of experience and direct knowledge of DUI laws in Washington State, Mr. Wakefield is committed to you and your future. Philip Wakefield has defended the rights of thousands of individuals who have been charged with alleged DUI offenses.

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Snohomish Law Group is dedicated to providing legal expertise, help and support for those who have been charged with a DUI offense within Washington State. Our attorneys serve as trusted partners at every stage of the process to ensure our clients have the guidance and representation they need.
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Snohomish Law Group is dedicated to providing legal expertise, help and support for those who have been charged with a DUI offense within Washington State. Our attorneys serve as trusted partners at every stage of the process to ensure our clients have the guidance and representation they need.

“Experience, Knowledge, Communication, Value. That is how Snohomish Law Group beat my case and I couldn’t be happier with my choice in attorney.”

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SLG is dedicated to protecting your civil rights and will fight for you every step of the way. If you have been charged with a crime, start here.
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Driving while intoxicated is a very serious charge. If you are facing a DUI in Washington State, even as a first offense, the stakes are high. DUI cases come with urgent deadlines that have real life consequences. It is important to fight the driver license suspension, assert your constitutional rights, and do everything possible to avoid a final conviction.

You can’t do it alone.

Over the course of his career, Philip Wakefield has defended the rights of thousands of individuals who have been charged with a criminal offense, such as a DUI. While every case is different, the goal is always the same: obtain a dismissal.

With over 30 years of experience and direct knowledge of DUI laws in Washington State, Mr. Wakefield is committed to you and your future.

The implications of any type of criminal charge can affect multiple facets of your life. You likely have important concerns over issues ranging from how to confront the case against you to how to minimize the impact of a conviction.

As per the Washington State Department of Licensing, driving under the influence (DUI) in Washington State, refers to operating a vehicle while affected by alcohol and/or drugs.

This applies to both legal and illegal drugs, including prescription medication and over-the-counter drugs. Drivers may be charged with DUI when the results of a breath or blood test show the amount of alcohol in the driver’s blood to be:

  • .08 or higher for adults (21 and over)
  • .04 or higher for commercial vehicle drivers (CDL disqualifications)
  • .02 or higher for minors (under 21)
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Drivers may also be charged with DUI if they are found to be driving a vehicle under the influence or affected by alcohol, any drug, or a combination of alcohol and drugs, regardless of the concentration of alcohol in their breath or blood.

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DUI or DWI? What is the difference?

Outside of the legal community, people might substitute DWI for DUI, but the laws of the State of Washington always refer to the offense as DUI. In most cases, the offense is punishable by a term of up to 364 days in jail and a fine not to exceed $5,000. There are also administrative consequences against a person’s driver’s license.

If you are facing a DUI charge in Washington, you will want attorneys who use the proper terminology and know how to advise you in an initial consultation. The State of Washington allows you little time to contest a suspension of your driver’s license after a DUI arrest. Invoke your rights and contact us right away to arrange for a free consultation and case review after any DUI arrest. We know DUI law.

What is a DUI charge?

As per the Washington State Department of Licensing, (in Washington State, Driving Under the Influence (DUI) refers to operating a vehicle while affected by alcohol and/or drugs. This applies to both legal and illegal drugs, including prescription medication and over-the-counter drugs.

Drivers may be charged with DUI when the results of a breath or blood test show the amount of alcohol in the driver’s blood to be:

  • .08 or higher for adults (21 and over).
  • .04 or higher for commercial vehicle drivers (CDL disqualifications).
  • .02 or higher for minors (under 21).

Drivers may also be charged with DUI if they are found to be driving a vehicle under the influence or affected by alcohol, any drug, or a combination of alcohol and drugs, regardless of the concentration of alcohol in their breath or blood.

DUI: Felony or Misdemeanor?

DUI charges may be misdemeanor or felony offense depending on previous charges.

DUI charges can change your life. Don’t take their word for it. Get the support you need. We specialize in DUI charges and protecting your civil rights.

DUI: First Offence
DUI First Offense in Washington State

If you have come to this site because you or someone you know is facing their first charge for DUI in Washington State, there is some good news. Statistically speaking, a person facing a first time charge of DUI is significantly more likely to have that charge reduced to a lesser offense or dismissed than someone who has been in this situation before. It certainly is not automatic but the variables in play mean that the different parties involved are much more likely to look upon you and your situation more favorably than someone who has been in the system before. Below is a look at how three of the main players in the Washington DUI system generally view the first time DUI defendant.

Mandatory Minimum Penalties for First Offense DUI in Washington

Among some of the toughest DUI penalties in the nation, Washington state imposes mandatory minimum consequences that are based upon the level of the breath/blood test and whether there was a refusal to submit to testing.  If there was a breath or blood test and it was under a .15, a person would be facing 24 consecutive hours in jail (or 15 days of home detention), a 90 day license suspension (plus separate administrative DOL sanctions), a fine of $350 plus costs and assessments (for a total that will amount between $900-$1500 depending on the court), a one year ignition interlock requirement, five years of probation and the requirement of undergoing an alcohol evaluation and recommended follow up treatment. In addition to these possible mandatory penalties, a person charged with a first offense DUI in Washington should also consider the following:

DUI Courts and the DUI Arraignment

Most DUI courts in Washington are relatively deferential to the person facing a first time DUI charge as compared to one who has priors, at least at arraignment. In general, standard DUI conditions are imposed which means no consumption of alcohol, no driving without a valid license and insurance, no criminal conduct and a promise to appear at all court dates. There are exceptions of course when there are aggravating allegations that lead the court to determine that the defendant could be a danger to the community. An extremely high BAC, an accident, children passengers or other non-DUI related criminal history are all examples of aggravating factors. Also, at least one court (Seattle Municipal Court DUI Information) will routinely impose enhanced conditions on even the first time DUI defendant. The conditions could include bail, ignition interlock device, and/or a SCRAM bracelet. Never assume that because it is a first time allegation the court won’t impose strict conditions and contact a DUI lawyer familiar with your jurisdiction.

DUI Prosecutors in Washington

Make no mistake. DUI Prosecutors never look favorably upon someone facing a DUI charge in Washington. Even if it is just the first offense. Still the practical reality is that not every DUI case can be prosecuted to the fullest extent and the beneficiary of the reality is the first time offender. As a result, it is common and probably likely that a person facing a first time DUI charge will not ultimately be convicted of that charge. It is important to know what the prosecutor in your jurisdiction will expect out of you and to have a skilled Washington DUI lawyer working on your behalf. Visit out Washington DUI Self Help Guide for more information on being proactive in your own defense.

Alcohol and Drug Treatment Agencies

Except in rare circumstances, a person accused of DUI in Washington State will be required to undergo an alcohol and drug treatment evaluation. There are three main components to this evaluation: the client, interview, the level of the breath test, and the number of DUI or alcohol related incidents. The single biggest factor in determining whether or not treatment will be recommended is the person’s DUI and alcohol or drug related criminal history. Again, statistically speaking at least, the person with no history is far less likely to be considered an alcoholic who needs treatment than the person with even just one prior. Review our Alcohol Treatment Evaluation section for more information.

While there are no guarantees in the area of criminal defense, and specifically DUI defense, the odds state that a first time DUI charge is not likely to turn into a conviction. Still there are a lot of variables in play that can affect those odds. Obtain the assistance of a skilled DUI lawyer to ensure the case is resolved the way that it should be. The DUI Attorneys at Snohomish Law Group are always available to for consultation and to help make sure that your first DUI charge does not turn into a conviction.

DUI: Second Offence
DUI Second Offense in Washington State

If this is your second offense DUI or DUI related charge, you will be facing a much stiffer challenge than you did with the first offense. Prosecutors will be less inclined to negotiate a reduction of the charge. Depending on the court, significant pretrial release conditions may be imposed. There will be pressure the enter into a Deferred Prosecution. If the first DUI resulted in the entry of a Deferred Prosecution there will be an expectation that you re-enter treatment. Know some of the challenges you might be facing in advance. And contact an experienced Washington DUI lawyer who is familiar with the jurisdiction of your case.

Enhanced DUI Conditions at arraignment

The initial hurdle faced by most people charged with a second offense DUI in Washington is the DUI arraignment or first appearance. More and more often courts are imposing strict release conditions for those with priors. The imposition of bail is certainly likely in a few courts. But most courts will require some guarantee that the defendant in this situation is not drinking. That can mean being forced to install an ignition interlock device, or wear a SCRAM bracelet, or having a alcohol monitoring device installed in your home. For more specific information about the jurisdiction of your arrest see our Where Were You Arrested? section.

Second Offense Department of Licensing considerations

If the first DUI incident was either outside of seven years or did not result in an administrative action against your license, the DOL will be treating this second DUI charge as a first offense for the purpose of administrative sanctions. That would mean the action, if taken, would result in either a suspension for 90 days if there was a BAC greater than .08 or a revocation for one year if there was a refusal to take a BAC test. A second offense would mean a two year license revocation whether there was a .08 BAC or a refusal.

Prosecutorial perspectives on a second DUI charge

There is a lot of pressure on prosecutors, from police, politicians, MADD, etc. to be tough on alleged DUI offenders. Even on first offenses they are rarely willing to just bend to the desire of the defense. When it is a second offense, all sense of compassion and willingness to compromise goes away completely. To convince a prosecutor to reduce a second offense DUI means convincing them that there is something dramatically wrong with there case and that the defendant deserves another chance. They will usually demand heightened pretrial conditions and act under the premise that the defendant will enter into a deferred prosecution.

Pressure to enter into Deferred Prosecution

Those facing a second offense DUI will usually be under some kind of pressure to enter into a deferred prosecution. Before entering into this program, it is important to know what the full ramifications of doing so would be. It is not always in someone’s best interest to enter into a deferred prosecution, even in a second offense scenario. Review our Washington Deferred Prosecution section for complete information and contact us to discuss the particulars of your situation.

A second offense DUI charge in Washington State definitely carries more challenges than a first offense.  That does not mean, however, that you can not beat the charge or that you will be convicted of DUI.  Contact a Seattle DUI lawyer at Milios Defense for immediate assistance if you are facing a second DUI.

DUI: Third Offence
DUI Third Offense in Washington State

A person facing a third DUI offense in Washington State is in a very precarious situation starting at the moment he is arrested. Not only would a conviction mean a mandatory penalty of anywhere between 210 to 270 days of incarceration (where it is a third in seven years), there are likely to be significant pretrial consequences as well. The bottom line is that if it is your third offense, you will need the immediate assistance of an experienced Washington DUI lawyer.

Pretrial Conditions for a Third Offense DUI

Where someone is facing an allegation of a third time DUI offense in Washington, all courts are going to take a heavy handed approach to pretrial monitoring. Whether it is the imposition of a high bail amount, the requirement that the person remain on home detention while the case is pending, placing them on pretrial probation monitoring or requiring that he or she get an ignition interlock device or a SCRAM bracelet, the court will be ordering some kind of onerous condition. Going into your arraignment prepared is vitally important. Being in alcohol treatment, proactively equipping your car with an ignition interlock device, or acquiring the assistance of a bail bondsman prior to the arraignment can all help you avoid unwanted pretrial incarceration.

Third Offense DUI Alcohol Treatment Considerations

On a third offense it is highly likely that you have either already done a Deferred Prosecution or that you will be giving great consideration to it. In either case, getting an evaluation and starting the recommended treatment plan as soon as possible is probably the single greatest thing you can do to help yourself.

Preparation for Trial on a Third DUI in Washington

On a third offense, unless you are eligible and plan on participating in a Deferred Prosecution program, preparation for trial needs to begin right away. That is because a prosecutor is highly unlikely to negotiate the case and will be giving high priority to your conviction. Sitting back and hoping for the best is not a viable strategy.

If you have been arrested for a third offense DUI in Washington State, you need to contact a qualified Washington DUI lawyer from the moment you are released from custody. How and what you do in the first 72 hours after you are arrested can have a tremendous impact on the success of your DUI case. Contact a Seattle DUI lawyer at Milios Defense for our immediate assistance.

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Getting arrested on a DUI charge is a serious matter in Washington State. DUI charges could affect you the rest of your life. The charges involve more than being found guilty or not guilty. If convicted, you may face severe penalties, such as mandatory jail sentences and fines, required alcohol classes, driver’s license suspension, higher insurance rates and ignition interlock requirements.

If you are facing a DUI conviction, it is imperative to contact an attorney who can protect your rights and your best interests.

Since 1999, Philip Wakefield has been representing individuals in across the State of Washington, with special focus on King and Snohomish Counties. We have assisted clients with their criminal charges in Seattle, Kirkland, Lake Forest Park, Bothell, Mountlake Terrace, Everett, Lynnwood, Mukilteo, Marysville, Mill Creek, Tacoma, and Federal Way.

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If you are facing criminal charges, it is crucial to have effective representation immediately. Not only during trial, but also during the pretrial phase as well. Even if you think the facts of the case aren’t in your favor, having the best possible criminal representation can be the difference between jail time and probation, or having your record destroyed with an avoidable felony or misdemeanor conviction.

At Snohomish Law Group, our criminal defense attorneys give you time and attention, to ensure you are treated fairly under the criminal justice system, and you have all the information necessary.

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What Is the Legal Limit for Alcohol in Washington?

According to state law, a blood alcohol content (BAC) of 0.08 percent or higher, within two hours of driving, meets the definition of “driving under the influence.” BAC is a measurement of the amount of alcohol present in your bloodstream, as measured by a blood or breath test. BAC increases as a person continues drinking, and gradually decreases as the body metabolizes the alcohol.

Evidence of BAC over the legal limit is not required to convict a person of DUI, however, as state law only requires that a person be impaired by drugs or alcohol. Without BAC test results, or even with a BAC below the legal limit, prosecutors can use other evidence, such as witness testimony regarding unsafe driving.

Do I Have to Do a Breath or Blood Test?

You are not required to submit to a breath test or a field sobriety test, as the U.S. Constitution protects you from offering evidence against yourself. If you refuse such a test when requested by a police officer, however, the officer may arrest you and seek a warrant to perform a breath or blood test. Because of the way the body breaks down alcohol over time, police treat this sort of issue with urgency. Some law enforcement officers around the country have asserted a need to draw blood from a DUI suspect without a warrant, but the U.S. Supreme Court is considering whether this is permissible.

Will I Lose My License?

The state has the authority to suspend your driver’s license, even if you are not convicted of DUI. You may be required to purchase insurance, known as SR-22 insurance, as a condition of reinstating your license. A court may also order you to purchase an ignition interlock device, which contains a breath analyzer that prevents the car from starting if it detects alcohol above 0.025 percent.

Should I Plead Guilty?

Most DUI offenses in Washington are prosecuted as gross misdemeanors, with a maximum possible jail sentence of 364 days and a maximum fine of $5,000. If you have prior DUI convictions, however, state law gradually increases the minimum possible penalty. If you have four prior DUI convictions, it is prosecuted as a class C felony, which carries up to five years’ imprisonment and a $10,000 fine.

If you have been charged with a DUI, you need the assistance of an attorney with knowledge of Washington’s legal system. Snohomish Law Group has represented defendants charged with alleged DUI offenses in Everett, Renton, Lakewood, and elsewhere in Washington state for more than thirty years.

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