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Everett DUI Attorney

If you have been arrested for a DUI in Everett (Snohomish County), you will be summoned in to appear for an arraignment (first court appearance where you are formally charged and enter a plea) in one of two courts.  Those courts are the Snohomish County District Court or the Everett Municipal Court.  If you were arrested by a Trooper or Snohomish County Sheriff's Deputy your case will be heard in the Snohomish County District Court:

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If you were arrested by a City of Everett Police Department officer, your case will be heard in the Everett Municipal Court.

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Everett DUI Penalties:

1st Offense (no prior offenses w/in the past 7 yrs) and Breath Test below .15 or THC concentration of 5.00 ng/mL or more: 
• 1 day jail (may be converted to 15 days of Electronic Home Monitoring at violator's expense or 90 days on the 24/7 Sobriety Program if available - if a child under 16 was in the vehicle, 1 extra day of jail is imposed) 
• 90 day license suspension 
• Not less than $350 (plus other court costs and fees) 
• Ignition interlock requirement for 1 year 
• Up to 5 years probation 
• Alcohol assessment and follow-up treatment 
• Denial of entry into Canada by Canadian Consulate

1st Offense (no prior offenses w/in the past 7 years) and Breath Test above .15 or refusal of Breath or Blood test: 
• 2 days jail (may be converted to 30 days of Electronic Home Monitoring at violator's expense or 120 days on the 24/7 Sobriety Program if available - if a child under 16 was in the vehicle, 1 extra day of jail is imposed) 
• 1 year license suspension (if refusal, then 2 years) 
• Not less than $500 (plus other court costs and fees) 
• Ignition interlock requirement for 1 year 
• Up to 5 years probation 
• Alcohol assessment and follow-up treatment 
• Denial of entry into Canada by Canadian Consulate

2nd Offense (one prior offense w/in the past 7 years) and Breath Test below .15 or THC concentration of 5.00 ng/mL or more: 
• 30 days jail (if a child under 16 was in the vehicle, 5 extra days of jail is imposed) and 60 days of Electronic Home Monitoring at violator's expense* In lieu of the mandatory 30 days in jail, with court approval, a violator may serve 4 days in jail plus either 180 days of EHM or 120 days on a 24/7 alcohol monitoring program
• 2 year license suspension 
• Not less than $500 (plus other court costs and fees) 
• Ignition interlock requirement for 5 years 
• Up to 5 years probation 
• Alcohol assessment and follow-up treatment 
• Denial of entry into Canada by Canadian Consulate

2nd Offense (one prior offense w/in the past 7 years) and Breath Test above .15 or refusal of Breath or Blood test: 
• 45 days jail (if a child under 16 was in the vehicle, 5 extra jail days imposed) and 90 days of Electronic Home Monitoring at violator's expense* In lieu of the mandatory 45 days in jail, with court approval, a violator may serve 6 days in jail and either 6 months on EHM or 120 days on a 24/7 alcohol monitoring program
• 900 day license suspension (3 years for refusal) 
• Not less than $750 (plus other court costs and fees) 
• Ignition interlock requirement for 5 years 
• Up to 5 years probation 
• Alcohol assessment and follow-up treatment 
• Denial of entry into Canada by Canadian Consulate

3rd Offense (two or more prior offenses w/in the past 7 years) and Breath Test below .15 or THC concentration of 5.00 ng/mL or more: 
• 90 days jail (if a child under 16 was in the vehicle, 10 extra days jail imposed) and 120 days of Electronic Home Monitoring at violator's expense* In lieu of the mandatory 120 days of EHM, with court approval, the violator may convert the EHM to an additional 8 days of jail
• 3 year license suspension 
• Not less than $1000 (plus other court costs and fees) 
• Ignition interlock requirement for 10 years 
• Up to 5 years probation 
• Alcohol assessment and follow-up treatment 
• Denial of entry into Canada by Canadian Consulate

3rd Offense (two or more prior offenses w/in the past 7 years) and Breath Test above .15 or Refusal of Breath or Blood test: 
• 120 days jail (if a child under 16 was in the vehicle, 10 extra days jail imposed) and 150 days of Electronic Home Monitoring at violator's expense* In lieu of the mandatory 150 days of EHM, with court approval, the violator may convert the EHM to an additional 10 days of jail
• 4 year license suspension (same for refusal) 
• Not less than $1500 (plus other court costs and fees) 
• Ignition interlock requirement for 10 years 
• Up to 5 years probation 
• Alcohol assessment and follow-up treatment 
• Denial of entry into Canada by Canadian Consulate

4th Offense (three or more prior offenses w/in the past 10 years) – regardless of breath or blood test result: 
• Felony penalties!

In lieu of mandatory EHM requirements for 2nd offense and above sentences, the offender may participate in a 6 month 24/7 sobriety monitoring program.

Contact Nathan L. Webb today for a free DUI consultation. We know Seattle DUI Defense! 

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Mr. Webb offers a free confidential initial consultation to discuss your case and review your options and rights. Contact Mr. Webb today to schedule your meeting. *Not all cases are the same and each result can be different, no attorney can guarantee any outcome.

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