If you are charged with a crime in Okanogan County, consider the Law Office of Steve Graham. Mr. Graham has been hired to represent individuals in Okanogan County on charges as DUI, drug possession, assault fourth degree, to first degree murder. Mr. Graham looks forward to applying his tenacity to your court case. Whether your charge is in District Court or Superior Court, Mr. Graham has the skills and experience to give you the best resolution of the case possible. Mr. Graham has the distinction of being voted the best law practice in North Okanogan Country by the readers of the Omak-Chronicle, as well making the list of Spokane Best Lawyers in the magazine
Spokane - Couer d'Alene Living.
Aggressive Okanogan Defense Attorney
Unlike other Spokane attorneys, Mr. Graham has ties to the area. Mr. Graham is usually in Okanogan County on a weekly basis, either in court or meeting with local clients. Mr. Graham does free consultations on criminal cases, and is available to meet with you. Whether you were arrested for DUI on vacation, or for drugs at the border, or for assault or a violent crime, Mr. Graham can help you keep your record clean. Mr. Graham also has considerable experience on hunting and fishing violations issue by Washington Fish and Wildlife agents, and he is licensed to practice in the Colville Tribal Courts. Charges such as DUI or drug possession bring serious penalties. You need an aggressive Okanogan County, Washington lawyer to stand up for your rights.
Contact Mr. Graham today:
Law Office of Steve Graham
1312 North Monroe Street, Suite 140
Spokane, WA 99201
Testimonial from a Canadian Musician:
Late Dec., 2010 I was traveling from Vancouver Island, Canada going east in British Columbia, to a New Years Eve engagement in the town of Osoyoos which is located slightly north of the US Oroville border. I was the last of a convoy of five vehicles entering the city. It was dark and being tired from driving all day, I made a wrong turn and accidentally drove through the 49th. parallel and unknowingly entered the US border. Unable to turn my vehicle around, I was immediately ordered by Homeland Security officers to advance though the border crossing and I was directed to a full personal and vehicle inspection. I was detained for four hours and Inspection discovered a minimal amount of marijuana (2.8 grams.) and some cigarette rolling papers in the glove compartment of my equipment van. After the full inspection of my van which contained all of the musical equipment for my band members, nothing else was discovered and I was charged with two counts, mainly, (1) personal possession of marijuana under 40 grams and (2) marijuana paraphernalia. I was issued a ticket by the County sheriff to appear in Okanogan County court one week later and could face a possible sentence from 1 to 90 days in jail and $200.00 to $1,000.00 fine. I was then released to return back through the Canadian border to continue with my musical engagement along with an order that failure to appear in the Okanogan court on the set date to appear would initiate an international warrant out for my arrest. Upon arriving back home which was several hundreds of miles back, I searched the internet for several US attorneys and eventually found the US law firm of Steve Graham. With swift and decisive legal action on his part in handling this matter, I was able to continue with my upcoming musical engagements in Canada and avoid several trips to the US to face what could have been a possibility of up to two jury trials. Steve resolved my order to appear in court and as a result, no jail time, no jury trial and no criminal record. As a 67-year-old Canadian, I have never had a criminal record in any country in my entire life, and Steve Graham has helped me tremendously in taking the stress out of the charge, resolve the situation quickly without a huge inconvenience in my personal and musical business life. Steve has also been wonderful in keeping me fully informed every step of the legal process in what could have eventually turned out to be an extremely painful and expensive situation. Thank you from a Canadian senior musician to a very professional US attorney!
Please visit Steve Graham's most recent blog article on the accuracy of the breath test in DUI cases. It is often assumed that the BAC test in DUI / DWI cases is accurate. That is not correct. A breath test is affected by a number of different factors, and an unrealiable breath test should be disregarded by the court and by DOL.
Okanogan County is the largest county in Washington State, and covers the municipalities of Okanogan, Omak, Brewster, Bridgeport, Tonasket, Winthrop, Twisp, Oroville, and Pateros, WA. The Colville Indian Reservation comprises much of the south of Okanogan County. Mr. Graham is licensed to practice in all jurisdictions including the Colville Tribal Courts.