Tuesday, December 6, 2011

Sample Late November and Early December Results

Below are some late November and Early December results for Ashbach Law Offices, LLC:

Possession of Marijuana and Possession of Drug Paraphernalia – Dismissed
Assault in the Fourth Degree – Domestic Violence – To be dismissed; no contact order dropped; no jail
Assault in the Fourth Degree – Reduced to Disorderly Conduct; no contact order dropped; no jail
Possession of Marijuana – Dismissed
Violation of No Contact Order – Dismissed
Possession of Marijuana – Dismissed
Driving with Suspended License – no conviction; no jail
DUI – Reduced to Negligent Driving
Assault in the Fourth Degree – Domestic Violence – Dismissed; no contact order dropped; no jail
DUI – Reduced to Negligent Driving

Monday, October 10, 2011

Everett Municipal Court Webpage

Ashbach Law Offices, LLC has created a new webpage for Everett Municipal Court, in Everett, Washington

More early october results

Assault in the Fourth Degree - Domestic Violence - Dismissed; Marysville Municipal Court - Case out of Lake Stevens

Assault in the Fourth Degree - No Domestic Violence - Dismissed; Marysville Municipal Court - Case out of Lake Stevens, Washington

Unlawful Discharge of Firearms - Dismissed; Marysville Municipal Court - Case out of Arlington, Washington

Assault in the Fourth Degree - Domestic Violence - Dismissed; Marysville Municipal Court - Case out of Marysville, Washington

Assault in the Fourth Degree - Domestic Violence - Reduced to Disorderly Conduct - no No-Contact Order; Marysville Municipal Court

No Contact Order petition successfully defended; order dropped - Cascade District Court in Arlington, Washington

Wednesday, October 5, 2011

September - Early October 2011 Results

Sample results obtained by Ashbach Law Offices, LLC:

Reckless Driving
- reduced to traffic infraction; no conviction, no license suspension

Assault in the Fourth Degree - Domestic Violence; reduced to Disorderly Conduct, to be dismissed in 12 months. - Marysville Municipal

DUI - Reduced to traffic infraction - South District Court

DUI - Reduced to Negligent Driving in the First Degree - Marysville Municipal Court

Assault in the Fourth Degree - Domestic Violence - Dismissed - Everett District Court

Theft in the Third Degree - Dismissed - Everett Municipal Court

Possession of Marijuana and Possession of Drug Paraphernalia - Dismissed - Cascade District Court

Theft in the Third Degree - Dismissed - Evergreen District Court

Driving with License Suspended in the Second Degree - Charges reduced; no probation or license ramifications - Marysville Municipal Court

Theft in the Third Degree - To be dismissed after 12 months - Lynnwood Municipal Court

Assault in the Fourth Degree - reduced to Disorderly Conduct; to be dismissed in 12 months - Marysville Municipal Court

Obstructing a Law Enforcement Officer - No conviction - Cascade District Court

Assault in the Fourth Degree - Domestic Violence; reduced to Disorderly Conduct, agreement to dismiss.

No Contact Order - Dismissed - Snohomish County Superior Court

Possession of Drug Paraphernalia - No conviction - Evergreen District Court

Thursday, September 8, 2011

The direct address

http://www.ashbachlawoffices.com/Snohomish_County_Marijuana_Defense_Lawyer.html

Friday, September 2, 2011

Snohomish County Marijuana Lawyer

In addition to its general criminal practice based in Snohomish County, Washington, Ashbach Law Offices, LLC has built a strong reputation of defending persons charged with marijuana and drug paraphernalia crimes. Successful representation has included possession of marijuana charges, possession of drug paraphernalia charges, possession of controlled substance charges with intent to deliver, as well as manufacture of controlled substances. Past outcomes include dismissals, agreements to dismiss, and reductions from felony charges to non-felony charges.

Criminal charges as seemingly minor as possessing small amounts of marijuana can have serious, long-term effects. If you have , or someone you care about has, been charged (or expect to be) with a possession of marijuana, possession of drug paraphernalia, or any other drug-based charged, contact Ashbach Law Offices, LLC at (360) 659-4950 today for a free, knowledgeable case evaluation.

Monday, August 15, 2011

July-August results

Obstructing a Law Enforcement Officer - No conviction; case over.
DUI probation violation - No action taken.
Felony possession of Narcotics - reduced to gross misdemeanor, no jail.
DUI (.19) BAC - Reduced to Reckless Endangerment; no jail, no license suspension.
Theft in the Third Degree - Dismissed.
Speeding Ticket - Dismissed.
Shoplifting - Dismissed.
Negligent Driving in the First Degree - reduced to infraction.
Possession of Marijuana and Possession of Drug Paraphernalia - Dismissed.
DUI - stop determined illegal; evidence suppressed and case dismissed.
DUI - dismissed and refiled as Negligent Driving in the First Degree.
Assault in the Fourth Degree, Domestic Violence - reduced to Disorderly Conduct, to be dismissed in one year.
DUI - Reduced to Negligent Driving, First Degree.
Felony Assault - resolved as gross misdemeanor.
Possession of Drug Paraphernalia, Possession of Marijuana - No conviction.
Possession of Drug Paraphernalia - Dismissed.

Friday, July 15, 2011

June to Early July results

No Contact Order - Dropped
Negligent Driving First Degree (criminal) - reduced to traffic infraction
Assault in the Fourth Degree - Domestic Violence (Assault 4 DV) - Dismissed
Theft in the Third Degree (shoplifting) - Dismissed
Felony Drug Possession - resolved as misdemeanor
DUI - Reduced to Negligent Driving First Degree
Assault in the Fourth Degree - Reduced to Disorderly Conduct
Theft in the Third Degree - Dismissed
Reckless Driving - reduced to simple traffic infraction
DUI - reduced to Reckless Driving
Reckless Driving - Dismissed
DUI - reduced to Reckless Driving
Theft in the Third Degree - Dismissed
DOL hearings for pending DUI suspensions - won (multiple)

Tuesday, July 5, 2011

Ashbach - PHP instead of HTML

Our new website for excellent criminal defense in Northwest Washington
* DUI and Physical Control
o DUI
o Minor DUI
o Physical Control
* Driving and Vehicle Offenses
o Driving with Suspended License
o Eluding Police
o Hit and Run
o Loaded Firearm in Vehicle
o Motor Vehicle Theft
o Negligent Driving
o Racing
o Reckless Driving
o Unattended Child in Vehicle
o Vehicle Prowling
o Vehicular Assault
o Failure to Obey Flagger
o No Valid Operator License
o Traffic Infractions
* Property Crimes
o Arson
o Burglary
o Forgery
o Identity Theft
o Malicious Mischief
o Organized Retail Theft
o Possession of Stolen Property
o Reckless Burning
o Residential Burglary
o Theft
o Theft of Firearm
o Theft of Livestock
o Trafficking in Stolen Property
o Trespass
o Unlawful Issuance of Bad Checks
* Crimes Against People
o Assault
o Cyberstalking
o Domestic Violence
o Harassment
o Interfering With Reporting of Domestic Violence
o No Contact Orders
o Reckless Endangerment
o Stalking
o Telephone Harassment
o Unlawful Imprisonment
* Public Crimes
o Dangerous Dogs
o Disorderly Conduct
o Failure to Disperse
o False Reporting
o Obstructing
o Patronizing a Prostitute
o Possession of Dangerous Weapon
o Prostitution
o Resisting Arrest
o Riot
o Unlawful Discharge of Firearm
o Unlawful Display of Weapon
o Unlawful Possession of Firearm
* Alcohol and drugs
o Consumption in Public Place
o Delivery of Controlled Substance
o Furnishing Liquor to Minors
o Manufacture of a Controlled Substance
o Minor in Possession or Consumption
o Possession of Drug Paraphernalia
o Possession of Marijuana
o Possession of a Controlled Substance/VUCSA
* The criminal process

Thursday, May 12, 2011

Assault in the Fourth Degree - Domestic Violence Dismissed

Today, through research, hard work and dedication, Ashbach Law Offices, LLC achieved an outright dismissal of an Assault in the Fourth Degree (Domestic Violence) charge. No contact order dismissed as well.

Tuesday, May 10, 2011

Wednesday, April 27, 2011

Assault Four DV reduced to Disorderly Conduct

Ashbach Law Offices, LLC recently achieved a reduction of Assault in the Fourth Degree, Domestic Violence to Disorderly Conduct.
Protection order prevented; firearm rights retained. Happy client.

For High Quality Criminal Defense, visit the new Ashbach Law Offices, LLC website.

Tuesday, April 19, 2011

Racing Charge Dismissed

Ashbach Law Offices, LLC today achieved a dismissal of a Racing charge in Snohomish County. Racing is similar to Reckless Driving in that both are gross misdemeanors and come with a mandatory minimum of 30 day license suspension.

Tuesday, April 12, 2011

New Webpages

Our new website for excellent criminal defense in Northwest Washington
* DUI and Physical Control
o DUI
o Minor DUI
o Physical Control
* Driving and Vehicle Offenses
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o
Eluding Police
o Hit and Run
o Loaded Firearm in Vehicle
o Motor Vehicle Theft
o Negligent Driving
o Racing
o Reckless Driving
o Unattended Child in Vehicle
o Vehicle Prowling
o Vehicular Assault
o Failure to Obey Flagger
o No Valid Operator License
o Traffic Infractions
* Property Crimes
o Arson
o Burglary
o Forgery
o Identity Theft
o Malicious Mischief
o Organized Retail Theft
o Possession of Stolen Property
o Reckless Burning
o Residential Burglary
o Theft
o Theft of Firearm
o Theft of Livestock
o Trafficking in Stolen Property
o Trespass
o Unlawful Issuance of Bad Checks
* Crimes Against People
o Assault
o Cyberstalking
o Domestic Violence
o Harassment
o Interfering With Reporting of Domestic Violence
o No Contact Orders
o Reckless Endangerment
o Stalking
o Telephone Harassment
o Unlawful Imprisonment
* Public Crimes
o Dangerous Dogs
o Disorderly Conduct
o Failure to Disperse
o False Reporting
o Obstructing
o Patronizing a Prostitute
o Possession of Dangerous Weapon
o Prostitution
o Resisting Arrest
o Riot
o Unlawful Discharge of Firearm
o Unlawful Display of Weapon
o Unlawful Possession of Firearm
* Alcohol and drugs
o Consumption in Public Place
o Delivery of Controlled Substance
o Furnishing Liquor to Minors
o Manufacture of a Controlled Substance
o Minor in Possession or Consumption
o Possession of Drug Paraphernalia
o Possession of Marijuana
o Possession of a Controlled Substance/VUCSA
* The criminal process

April Ashbach Law Offices Results

Early April results for the criminal defense practice of Ashbach Law Offices, LLC:

Driving without Ignition Interlock Device: Dismissed
Driving with Suspended License: Dismissed
Assault in the Fourth Degree: Dismissed upon motion
Theft in the Third Degree: Dismissed
Assault in the Second Degree: Dismissed
DUI: Reduced to Negligent Driving
Sentence Review Hearing: Client out of jail six months early
Assault in the Fourth Degree - Domestic Violence: Reduced to Disorderly Conduct
Driving with Suspended License: No conviction
DUI: Reduced to Reckless Endangerment
Department of Licensing (DOL) Hearings - Licenses saved and/or reinstated
Speeding Tickets and Traffic Infractions - multiple dismissals and reductions

Monday, March 14, 2011

Tuesday, February 22, 2011

February 2011 Results - Ashbach Law Offices, LLC

Ashbach Law Offices, LLC, serving Snohomish, King, Skagit and Whatcom counties, continues its string of successful representation of those charged with misdemeanors and felonies. February 2011 results include:

Reckless Driving - reduced to non-criminal traffic infraction; no license suspension

Assault in the Fourth Degree (Domestic Violence) - Dismissed;

Malicious Mischief (Domestic Violence) - Reduced to Disorderly Conduct; No Jail, firearm rights retained.

Theft in the Third Degree (Shoplifting) - No Conviction;

No Contact Order - Dropped;

Petition for Anti-Harassment Order - Successfully defended; no order imposed;

Probation review hearing - No action taken

Department of Licensing Hearing (related to DUI) - Successful Defenses

Wednesday, January 12, 2011

January recent results

Harassment - Domestic Violence - Reduced to Disorderly Conduct, non-DV; No jail.
Assault Fourth Degree (Assault 4) Domestic Violence - Dismissed at jury call.
Assault Fourth Degree - Dismissed on compromise of Misdemeanor.
Federal charge of drug possession - dismissed.
Felony drug possession - resolved as gross misdemeanor, no jail and no treatment.