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This firm is dedicated to excellent representation for its clients, and if you have been arrested and charged with a criminal offense, then you need skilled legal assistance on your side. Attorney Steve Graham has more than 20 years of experience in handling criminal defense cases, and he has years of experience as a prosecution attorney. This is a tremendous advantage to his clients that few other law firms can offer to their clients.
    • Felony Assault - WSU Football Player Not Guilty

      With an NFL career hanging in the balance, jury unanimously votes not guilty on charge of felony assault and misdemeanor assault. The allegation stemmed from fight at a college party, but the jury verdict supported self-defense.

    • Sexual Assault - European Metal Band Case Dismissed

      Band accused of rape on tour bus after concert. Band jailed for 4 months. All charges were dismissed after defense investigation. Band returns to Europe and back with their families.

    • Delivery of Methamphetamine Not Guilty

      Defendant charged with three counts of methamphetamine based on the word of an informant. Defendant explained that he only knew the informant because the informant sold him marijuana. After a three day trial the defendant was found to be not guilty of all three counts.

    • Burglary First Degree, Theft of a Firearm 7 Counts Not Guilty

      Defendant was alleged to have worked in conjunction with other defendants to steal seven long arms from the home of a Washington resident. Co-defendant turned state's evidence. Defendant was found not guilty of all charges.

    • Attempted Homicide Not Guilty

      Defendant charged with the attempted homicide of a neighbor after allegedly attacking him with with a chainsaw. Defendant was acquitted of all charges and returned home to his family.

    • DUI - 4th Offense Not Guilty

      Defendant was found not guilty with a .12 breath test. Defense hired expert witness witness who explained the inaccuracies of the breath instrument due to the defendant's diabetic condition.