Monday, April 26, 2010

No Contact Order Defense

Today, Ashbach Law Offices, LLC successfully defended its client against a petition for an anti-harassment no-contact order by demonstrating to the court that the allegations, even if they COULD be shown to be true, were not sufficient for a No-Contact Order.

If someone is trying to place a No Contact Order on you, or someone you know about, in Snohomish, Skagit or King County, check out the Ashbach Law Offices website for more information.

Or call us at (360) 659-4950 for a free consultation.

Friday, April 23, 2010

More webpages

Information about no contact orders.

Information about gross misdemeanor and felony harassment.

Ashbach Law Offices Everett Washington

Today, Ashbach Law Offices, LLC opened a new office, located in Everett, Washington. We opened this office to make meeting with clients and potential new clients easier for the client. We now have an office in three locations: Everett, Washington; Marysville, Washington; and Burlington, Washington.

The new address is:
Ashbach Law Offices, LLC
2520 Colby Avenue, Suite 117
Everett, WA 98201

The phone number is (360) 474-7872.

To learn more about us and the great results we achieve, visit the Ashbach Law Offices website.

Thursday, April 22, 2010

Recent Successes

Since the last blog post, Ashbach Law Offices, LLC has continued its string of successful representation, achieving great results for our clients. Here are just a few of the many recent cases resulting in happy, satisfied clients.

Theft Case (aka shoplifting) dismissed. Click for more about theft and shoplifting.

Probation violation (three new charges) - No action taken by court. More on Probation.

Reached agreement to dismiss Reckless Driving charge. More on Reckless Driving and Negligent Driving.

Second DUI in a year reduced to Negligent Driving, no jail time. More on DUIs.

Assault 4 Domestic Violence - To be dismissed. More on Domestic Violence and Assault.

Unlawful Discharge of a Firearm - Dismissed. More on misdemeanors and gross misdemeanors.

No Contact Orders dropped.

Persuaded judge(s) to let client(s) out of jail at least a month early (in some cases, almost a year).

Reached agreement with prosecutor to dismiss Theft 1 charges (felonies) with several clients.

Speeding Tickets Dismissed.