Wednesday, August 11, 2010

Another Not Guilty Verdict

This week, Ashbach Law Offices, LLC received another "Not Guilty" verdict in trial in Snohomish County on an Assault in the Fourth Degree - Domestic Violence charge. Client totally acquitted. This is two "not guilty" verdicts in separate trials within a week.

As always, Ashbach Law Offices, LLC provides aggressive representation of its clients, and is willing to take cases to trial if necessary to best protect our client's interests.

If you, or someone you care about, has been charged with a crime in Arlington, Edmonds, Everett, Lake Stevens, Marysville, Monroe, Mountlake Terrace, Mukilteo or anywhere else in Snohomish County, contact Ashbach Law Offices, LLC at (360) 659-4950 today for a free, no-pressure consultation.

We also provide service in Skagit County, including Anacortes, Burlington, Mount Vernon and Sedro-Woolley.

Monday, August 9, 2010

Not Guilty Domestic Violence

Last Wednesday, Ashbach Law Offices, LLC achieved two "not guilty" verdicts in trial. Both charges were Domestic Violence, one being Assault in the Fourth Degree, and the other was Interfering with the Reporting of Domestic Violence.

Both charges were gross misdemeanors. Upon acquittal, the no-contact order imposed by the court was also dropped.

As always, Ashbach Law Offices, LLC fights aggressively for its clients, whether that requires motions, plea negotiations, or trial; We work hard to protect you and your interests.

More results for Ashbach Law

Early August successful results for our clients.

Hit and Run Unattended - agreement to resolve as a no-seatbelt infraction; saving CDL, insurance, and criminal history.

Assault 4 Domestic Violence - 12 month deferred sentence on a reduced charge of Disorderly Conduct; case to be dismissed upon compliance with terms.

Probation review hearing - no jail imposed despite numerous probation violations.

Driving with a Suspended License - no conviction

Obstruction of Justice - Dismissed.

Malicious Mischief in the Third Degree - Dismissed.