Stevens County Criminal Lawyer
If you are arrested for a criminal offense in Stevens County, Washington, you need to consider hiring a private lawyer with considerable experience in the jurisdiction. In the last eleven years, defense lawyer Steve Graham has done many trials in the Stevens County WA jurisdiction including everything from Assault charges to
DUI to charges of
Murder. Whether your legal issue is in Superior Court or District Court, let Mr. Graham apply his tenacity and experience to your case. Defending a criminal case takes thoroughness and perseverance. The police do make mistakes! A criminal charge can turn a person's life upside down. It may often seem like the court system does not care about the presumption of innocence. You need a lawyer in your corner to protect your rights.
Stevens County, Washington contains many various law enforcement agencies including the Washington State Patrol, the Chewelah Police Department, and the law enforcement of the Spokane Indian Tribe. Many drunk driving charges are filed by the Washington State Patrol on Highway 395. Many motorists are stopped as they visit from the Spokane area. On the summer holiday people are cited at the campgrounds in Stevens County and on Lake Roosevelt. In the fall, visitors from out of town flock to Stevens County, and receive hunting violations issued by the Washington Fish and Wildlife agents.
Please visit our recent blog article on the lack of dependabilty of the breath test in DUI court cases. People often assume that the breath test on DWI / DUI citations is accurate. That is not often the case. A breath test result is changed by a number of different factors, and an unscientific breathalyzer test should not be considered the court system and by the Washington Department of Licensing.
If you would like to discuss your case or circumstance with Steve Graham, feel free to call. Attorney Graham does free consultations on criminal cases. Being charged with a criminal case can be intimidating and can turn your life upside down. However, it may not be as bad you think. Talk to a lawyer who understands how these charges work in our court system. You will receive his honest opinion and he will listen to you and answer your questions. Call (509) 252-9167.