Jason Lantz, Attorney with the Sullivan Law Group, PLLC, recently testified in the Washington House of Representatives Public Safety Committee on a DUI and impaired driving bill. The proposed bill would have eliminated the safely off the roadway defense in physical control cases which have the same consequences as DUI cases. Physical control is basically
Brian Sullivan, managing partner, and Jason Lantz, attorney, Sullivan Law Group, PLLC, recently had the rare opportunity to cross-examine one of the designers of the Draeger Alcotest 9510, Washington’s new breath test machine. Attorneys Brian Sullivan, Melissa Sullivan, and Jason Lantz have been leading a group of attorneys representing dozens of consolidated defendants charged with
Attorney Jason Lantz with the Sullivan Law Group, PLLC, represents the Washington Association of Criminal Defense Lawyers on impaired driving issues in the Washington legislature. Every year, Jason attends a meeting convened by a Washington legislator to discuss impaired driving laws. Jason monitors all bills involving DUI cases and advocates for law changes that will
Lynnwood, WA – DUI & Personal Injury Lawyer – OFFICE GRAND OPENING – Law Office of Brian M. Sullivan & Associates
7411 196th St SW, Lynnwood, WA 98036 – The Law Office of Brian M. Sullivan and Associates, is expanding. This month, our 3rd office location is opening, right near the Edmonds and Lynnwood city line. Initially, hours will be by appointment only. But with the high demand our office has in Lynnwood Municipal, South District
With the merriment of St. Patrick’s Day comes the unfortunate fact that many folks choose to drink and drive. Accidents, sometimes fatal occur. In response, the WSP and other police agencies usually step up their patrols. Accidents and Injuries on the weekend of 3/17 each year has prompted the following actions: http://www.maplevalleyreporter.com/news/141442093.html
The Snohomish County DUI and Target Zero Traffic Safety Task Force is arresting more Everertt, Monroe, Lynnwood, and Marysville drivers suspected of being impaired. While enforcing safety on the roads is important, such teams may also be overzealous in their prosecution of citizens who aren’t impaired.