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Hunting Charge Lawyer

Steve Graham was rated one of Spokane's top five criminal lawyers by the magazine Spokane - Couer d'Alene Living. Mr. Graham has done several of this states major felony game violation cases.

The statutes pertaining to fish and wildlife violations are some of the most complex laws in the State of Washington. Even hunters trying their best to comply with the law can get charged with a fish and wildlife crime.

Washington State Hunting Lawyer

The statutes in question can confuse even criminal defense lawyers, prosecuting attorneys and judges. Hunting charges can lead to fines and even jail time. Convictions can also lead to revocations of hunting privileges. It is important to have a criminal defense lawyer with experience on fish and wildlife cases. Attorney Graham has that experience. Mr. Graham has done numerous felony and misdemeanor criminal jury trials for charges pertaining to bear, cougars, and deer.

Fish and Game Charges

In Washington, fish and wildlife agents will issue tickets or citations for misdemeanor or gross misdemeanor charges such as Unlawful Hunting of Big Game in the Second Degree, or Spotlighting Big Game in the Second Degree. While these tickets look much like an infraction, these charges are criminal offenses. Felony charges include Unlawful Trafficking in Fish, Shellfish, or Wildlife in the First Degree, or Unlawful Taking of Endangered Fish And Wildlife in the First Degree. These felony charges are served by a complaint or "information" written and drafted by the prosecuting attorney.

The game department of today is not like it was 20 years ago. The department has become more and more aggressive in investigating and prosecuting perceived violations of the law. WDFW investigations can proceed for years, and the department is equipped with the latest surveillance gear and scientific testing capability. Their interviews can include ruses and threats of forfeiture of property such as rifles, trucks, boats, etc. You need an attorney that has a history of fighting and winning against the game department.

If you are accused of a hunting offense as mentioned above, or charged with any other offense related to closed season, closed area, possessing over the legal limits of fish or wildlife, killing of protected and endangered fish or wildlife, or forfeiture. Call Mr. Graham for a free consultation.

Call (509) 252-9167.

Areas where Mr. Graham practices: The Superior and District Courts of Spokane County, WA; Stevens County; Colville WA; Okanogan County; Ferry County; Republic WA; Lincoln County; Davenport WA, Cheney WA; Ephrata WA; Grant County; Moses Lake; Adams County; Ritzville WA; Pullman WA, Colfax WA, Whitman County, Newport, WA, Pend Orielle County, Nespelem and Colville Tribal Court. Mr. Graham is also available for consult on federal hunting charges.

Law Office of Steve Graham For a free case consultation, call us at 509.252.9167
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Areas where Mr. Graham practices: The Superior and District Courts of Spokane County, WA; Spokane Valley; Stevens County; Colville WA; Okanogan County, and Omak; Ferry County; Republic WA; Lincoln County; Davenport WA, Cheney WA; Ephrata WA; Grant County; Moses Lake; Adams County; Ritzville WA; Pullman WA, Colfax WA, Whitman County, Newport, WA, Pend Oreille County, Nespelem and Colville Tribal Court, and Federal Court.

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