We will earnestly and aggressively defend your Kirkland, WA (and surrounding area) criminal charges. Your freedom and rights are important to us, and we will do everything we can to defend you.
A DUI charge may well affect your ability to drive, land you in jail, and lead to excessive fines. It may also be a burden on your family life, ability to work, and livelihood. When your life is threatened by the consequences of a DUI or DWI charge, you need immediate legal assistance. At the Sullivan Law Group, our attorneys will aggressively assert your rights in court. We are experienced in first offense as well as multiple offense DUI cases.
Even before your arrest, law enforcement officials will be collecting evidence to be used against you. Our attorneys will protect your rights and challenge evidence presented against you. We will review police records, including BAC and field-sobriety test results, and determine whether they were properly administered. An officer must have probable cause to pull you over. Our attorneys will challenge any actions taken by the police officers if they acted outside the bounds of the law.
A DUI is a serious offense that will affect your record, impede your ability to drive, and may ultimately result in jail time. Contact us today for an immediate case evaluation. When your life is at risk, do not take a chance. You need immediate and aggressive legal assistance to ensure that your rights are protected.
Everett, Washington Personal Injury Attorney Brian M. Sullivan Compassionate legal representation for those in serious car / truck / motorcycle / pedestrian injury accidents. Mr. Sullivan brings not only his experience as a former prosecutor but also knowledge of the law as a former clerk at the Washington State Supreme Court. With extensive experience in local
Everett, Washington DUI / Criminal Defense Attorney. Former Prosecutor, Member of the National College for DUI Defense, Aggressive in Court, Proven Results. After being arrested for DUI, a criminal charge in Washington State, you may feel overwhelmed and as if there is no way to avoid being found guilty. After all, the State has nearly