Best Seattle DUI Attorneys
"Nate changed my life and I will be forever grateful for what he did for me. If you are looking for a lawyer, a super lawyer, I think it's obvious who you want on your side. Nathan Webb! Thank you Nate, J.S." (DUI Client - Not Guilty after Jury Trial - 2017) - Check our our exemplary Case Results!
January 2020 DUI Trial - Not Guilty Verdict for client with .240 breath test!
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He's also been recognized as a 4 Time Super Lawyer Rising Star, twice as Seattle MET Magazine's "Top Attorney" for DUI Defense, and Rated Superb 10/10 by Avvo for over a decade!
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Recognized as one of the Best DUI Lawyers in Washington State and with more than 15 years of experience, my DUI Firm has helped over 1,000 people with a 96% Success Rate with 5 Star DUI Reviews on Google, Yelp, Facebook, Avvo and more! Fantastic, Superb Rated attorney at very reasonable rates (payment plans available)!
A DUI Arrest Can Happen to Anyone
The Webb Law Firm's clients are from all walks of life, ranging from lawyers, doctors, registered nurses, chiropractors, Microsoft, Amazon, and Boeing employees, FBI agents, musicians, teachers, restaurant and bar owners, software engineers, police officers, pilots, and one previous Super Bowl Champion! Looking for the Best DUI Lawyer near you, look no further, our results are fantastic!
It is possible to beat a first Seattle DUI Arrest with an experienced DUI Attorney?
Yes! Absolutely! Whether it is a DUI dismissal, an amendment to Reckless Driving or Negligent Driving, we fight your DUI to get you the best results possible! There is a reason we have 5 Star DUI Reviews when you search "Best DUI Lawyer Reviews"- it is because we strive to fully satisfy every client and do our absolute best to garner the best DUI results. We make it a point to stay up to date on recent DUI case law so that we can best defend your case. Whether it is a Blood DUI or a Breath Test DUI or Marijuana DUI, we know how to defend DUIs in Washington State!
How do you know Who is the Best Seattle DUI Attorney?
Choosing a DUI attorney is tough, keep this in mind: Nate Webb has been repeatedly recognized as a DUI "Top Attorney" by Seattle Met Magazine, rated as a "Superb DUI Attorney" (perfect 10.0/10.0) by Avvo.com and commended by his peers in SuperLawyers Magazine. This is just one of many reasons the Webb Law Firm is listed in search engines as the Best Seattle DUI Attorneys and Best Kirkland DUI Lawyers. With over 1,000 DUI clients represented and over 100 DUI jury trials, the Webb Law Firm has proven DUI results.
What should I look for when searching for a DUI attorney?
When selecting the Best Seattle DUI attorney you need search no further than the Webb Law Firm, we are your Seattle DUI Lawyers! Always offering a free consultation, we pride ourselves on a straight-forward, no pressure to the point consultation. We serve as Bellevue DUI Lawyers, Lynnwood DUI Lawyers, Redmond DUI Attorneys, Everett DUI Attorneys, Kirkland DUI Attorneys, Tacoma DUI Lawyers and across the state as Washington DUI Lawyers.
What is your DUI success rate?
We have a 96% success rate with DUIs, that means that 96% of the people we represent have had their DUIs dismissed, found not guilty after a jury trial, or reduced to a lesser offense.* For over a 15 years, Seattle DUI Attorney, Nate Webb, has been delivering excellent Washington State DUI Defense and DUI Results. Our firm consists of some of the Best Seattle DUI lawyers in the State of Washington.
Who has the Best DUI Lawyer reviews?
With over a 1000 DUI clients since 2004, we have tons of 5 star DUI reviews across the internet (5 Star Google DUI Reviews, Perfect 10 out of 10 on Avvo.com, 5 Star Yelp DUI Reviews, etc.). We strive to make every client completely satisfied with our services.
Who is the Best Seattle DUI Lawyer?
Nate Webb has been repeatedly recognized as a Top Attorney for DUI Law by Seattle Met Magazine, selected as a Super Lawyer Rising Star four times and always rated a perfect 10 out of 10 Superb Attorney by Avvo.com. He has successfully defended over 1,000 DUI cases.
Who are the Best Kirkland DUI Attorneys?
When searching for a DUI Lawyer in Kirkland, whether it is Yelp, Google, Facebook, AVVO or others, we have only 5 star reviews from our DUI clients and have proven ourselves as excellent and respected Kirkland DUI lawyers. Our DUI Defense firm applies numerous creative defenses to each client's case which has produced exceptional results and established our reputation as some of Seattle's Best DUI Attorneys! Call now for your free consultation (425) 522-4200 with one of Washington's Best DUI Lawyers.
We know how to get the job done!
Consequences to consider when searching for the Best Seattle DUI attorney after a Seattle DUI Arrest:
- A DUI is a permanent conviction with mandatory penalties
- If convicted of a DUI you will be restricted from entry into Canada
- You will be placed on up to 5 years of probation if convicted of a DUI
- You will lose your license if convicted of a DUI
- You will have to get an ignition interlock device if convicted of a DUI
- You will have to get high risk insurance (SR-22)
- You will go to jail if convicted of a DUI
- You will have to attend a DUI victim impact panel
- You will be required to attend alcohol classes
- The penalties are much more revere for a second DUI and above
We know you have a lot of DUI arrest questions, so contact us right away and we can answer them in great detail. In order to avoid consequences of a DUI arrest, you need to contact the Best DUI Attorneys in Seattle at the Webb Law Firm. We are your elite Seattle DUI Lawyers and Mr. Webb is recognized as one of Seattle's Best DUI Attorneys, so choose wisely.
As one of the Top DUI Attorneys in the state, Mr. Webb's credentials include:
- Repeatedly honored as a DUI Super Lawyer Rising Star by Washington Law and Politics magazine (2009, 2010, 2012, 2014). Only 2.5 percent of the attorneys in the state are named to the Rising Stars
- Always rated as a Superb DUI Attorney - (perfect 10.0 out of 10.0 - highest rating for a Seattle DUI Lawyer).
- Repeatedly Recognized by Seattle Met Magazine as a Top Attorney in the State of Washington in the area of DUI/DWI Law.
- Selected to train Washington Breath Test Technicians and Toxicologists on how to provide courtroom testimony.
- Unmatched DUI Dismissals and DUI Not Guilty Verdicts!
First Time DUI?
The majority of people I meet with have been arrested for a first time DUI offense. They typically have little or no experience with how to deal with the criminal justice system and that's why you need a highly experienced Washington State DUI attorney to help you through the process to ensure your rights are protected.
Should I hire an attorney when charged with a DUI?
Answer: it is undoubtedly in your best interest to hire an attorney who is knowledgeable and experienced in the area of DUI defense and to have them assist you with this very complicated area of law.
Do I need an attorney when charged with a DUI?
Answer: When facing a Washington DUI Arrest, you need an experienced Seattle DUI Attorney to assist you with the ever-changing laws and consequences of a DUI. The Webb Law Firm is known for its vigorous defense of Washington DUIs, so much so that we are respected by our peers, referred clients by prosecutors, judges and police officers. Why would people on the other end of DUIs (cops, judges, prosecutors) refer clients to us as Seattle DUI Lawyers, because we do a great job for every client and represent those charged with a Seattle DUI with the utmost respect and professionalism.
I was arrested for DUI, what can I expect?
Answer: As your Seattle DUI Lawyers, we know it is embarrassing and scary to be charged with a criminal offense, so we ensure that you are aware of the consequences of a Washington DUI at our first, free, consultation. From there we prepare your DUI defense by looking at the evidence against you, researching the breath test or blood results thoroughly and present our poignant arguments to the opposition. When necessary, as experienced Seattle DUI Attorneys, we conduct numerous DUI jury trials and have garnered excellent results.
Can my family attorney adequately represent me on a DUI?
Answer: While a DUI arrest to some lawyers seems straight-forward, it is much more complex than it appears and it takes years to become a great DUI lawyer.
We always offer a free DUI consultation so call today! (425) 522-4200
At the Webb Law Firm we focus on exemplary DUI RESULTS! Just click on our Reviews to hear from just some of the hundreds upon hundreds of DUI clients we have assisted in Washington State.
Our main office is located on the Eastside where many refer to us as the Best Kirkland DUI attorneys!
Did you know that an Ignition Interlock is required for any DUI conviction even if not alcohol related!
Currently any DUI conviction requires that the defendant only drive a motor vehicle with a functioning Ignition Interlock Device (IID), even if the arrest and conviction were not alcohol related.
Our managing attorney, Nate Webb was interviewed by KIROTVs Jesse Jones regarding this mandatory requirement for non-alcohol related convictions.
Click HERE to see the interview and story by Jesse Jones.
Do I have to report a Washington State DUI arrest to my employer?
Answer: It depends upon what job you are applying for, the status of the case, whether you have any union commitment to disclosure, whether you hold a professional degree.
How can I avoid the consequences of a DUI arrest?
Answer: before any arrest, the answer is simple, use a designated driver or ride service. After the arrest, hire a knowledgeable and respected Seattle DUI Law Firm, such as the Webb Law Firm, to assist you through this difficult process.
Can I keep my job as a driver if I have been arrested for DUI?
Answer: it depends upon what type of driver you are (Uber, Lyft, UPS, USPS) and the company you work for. You would want to look at any employment contract for reference.
Should I let my insurance company know if I have been arrested for a DUI?
Answer: absolutely not! Even if there has been an accident you do not need to disclose an arrest. Be sure and contact us right away for further advice in this area.
Is my license automatically suspended when arrested for DUI?
Answer: no. The DOL gives you a period of time to request a hearing after a DUI arrest and will not suspend for the first 30 days. You must ask for a hearing with the DOL by filling out a Request for DUI hearing form.
Why can't I just represent myself on a DUI?
Answer: Obviously it is your right to represent yourself on any matter, but when charged with a DUI you need knowledge and experience in the field of DUI. Some attorneys are great at family law matters, or construction matters, but when you are facing a DUI, you need experienced, dedicated, knowledgeable and respected DUI lawyers. Our firm has the knowledge and experience you need when facing a Seattle DUI arrest. Our results are unmatched, we have numerous Not Guilty DUI verdicts and we have thousands of satisfied Washington State DUI clients so call today!
The Webb Law Firm always show up as the Top DUI Attorneys when people search:
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Why, because we are in high demand and are known experts in the area of Washington DUI defense and have unparalleled results!
Watch our video showing how you can:
- order a driver's record,
- check the status of your DL,
- apply for a DOL hearing and
- apply for a restricted license (Ignition Interlock Driver's License)
Did you know you can be charged with a DUI even if you didn't take a breath test?
We all know you can be charged with DUI if within two hours of driving you register a breath test over .08 under what is known as the "per se" prong of the DUI statute in Washington. But, did you also know under the statute for DUI (RCW 46.61.502) a person may be prosecuted for a DUI if they were "affected by" intoxicating liquor and/or any drug. This means the law enforcement officer's subjective and objective determinations as to your ability to drive may be sufficient to convict you for DUI. So in that situation, if you were arrested for DUI and the breath test machine didn't work and the officer felt you were impaired, without an experienced DUI attorney, you are facing the officer's word against your word. If you were the subject of a DUI arrest in Washington state it is imperative you have experienced, seasoned, trial-tested representation. Call today for your free consultation (425) 522-4200.
What happens if I Refuse to take a breath or blood test?
Under the Implied Consent Warning in Washington State, when a driver first obtains their driving privilege they agree and it is "implied" they will submit to a test of their breath or blood upon the reasonable request of a law enforcement officer if that officer suspects the individual of Driving while Under the Influence of Alcohol and/or Drugs. When a person refuses to take a breath or blood test it triggers Department of Licensing sanctions, that is, the DOL will seek to suspend your privilege to drive for at least one year (two years if you are ultimately convicted in criminal court). Therefore, it is very important to ask to speak with an attorney before making the decision, there will always be an on-call public defender if you are unable to reach your preferred attorney by phone and it is advisable you speak with him/her so that they can assist you in making that determination because of the impact on your driver's license.
If I refuse a Blood test can the cops just take my blood anyway?
Blood tests are typically only taken when an officer obtains an approved search warrant for blood from a judge. The officer will put together an affidavit to submit to the judge (yes even at 3 in the morning) and the on-call judge may simply approve it by email. At that point the officer has the authority to take your blood, via an approved individual (nurse, physician, technician, anyone trained in the withdrawal of blood). Now if you refuse to submit to the blood draw there are two trains of thought: (1) in a DUI case use of excessive force (i.e., tying you down to take your blood) may be frowned upon by the court but there is no definitive case on this, but seeing as how it is only a misdemeanor law enforcement would be best advised to simply indicate the subject refused rather than forcibly withdrawing the blood; however (2) in a Vehicular Assault or Vehicular Homicide case the court's tend rule in favor of forcible withdrawal of blood as these are felony cases and the evidence may eliminate quickly over time necessitating the use of force. In any event always ask to speak with an attorney even if you have to ask repeatedly.
Additionally, ALWAYS ask for an independent blood draw so that your defense attorney can have your blood independently tested for accuracy and reliability, it is your right!
Here are some other issues you may have questions about (and we've got the answers):
- What are DUIs normally amended to (plea bargains)?
- What is Reckless Driving?
- What is Negligent Driving?
- What is a Prior Offense and if it is outside of 7 years am I free and clear?
- Where can I get an Alcohol Assessment?
- Why am I being charged with DUI if I wasn't driving?
- I'm a pilot and got a DUI, how will that affect me?
- I got a DUI and am under 21, what does that mean?
- The cops didn't read me my rights, will my case get dismissed?
- What is an Ignition Interlock Device?
- What do I do if I am stopped?
- Should I take Field Sobriety Tests?
- What is a Deferred Prosecution?
- What is a Portable Breath Test?
- What is Speedy Trial in a DUI Case?
- Will my DUI case go to trial?
- What is jury selection in a DUI case?
- What are motions in limine?
- Can I keep a judge off my DUI case?
- I am a soldier and was arrested on base, what do I do?