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Issaquah DUI Attorney

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The Webb Law Firm represents those accused of a DUI arrest in the Issaquah Municipal Court and Issaquah District Court.  We are your Issaquah DUI Attorneys.  Our attorneys have been defending those accused of an Issaquah DUI Arrest for over a decade and have provided exceptional results for our clients.  The great majority of our clients have either had their cases dismissed, had a reduction to a lesser offense or been found not guilty after a jury trial.

If you have been charged with a DUI and need an Issaquah DUI Attorney your case is going to be heard in one of two courthouses in Issaquah, WA.  It will either be in the Issaquah Municipal Court or at  the King County District Court (Issaquah Courthouse), depending upon the arresting agency.

If you were arrested by an Issaquah Police Department Officer, Snoqulamie Police Department Officer, North Bend Police Department Officer, your case will be heard in the Issaquah Municipal Court.  If you were arrested by a King County Sheriff's Deputy (Sammamish), your case will be in the District Court at Issaquah.

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Issaquah Municipal Court

The judge of the Issaquah Municipal Court is the Honorable N. Scott Stewart and the prosecuting attorney is Moberly and Roberts.

King County District Court (Issaquah)

The judge at the Issaquah King County District Court is the Honorable Michael Finkle.

Whether you were arrested in Issaquah or not will determine if you need an Issaquah DUI attorney and that attorney must be familiar with the judge in the Municipal Court and the judges assigned to the District Court.  Many traffic citations are heard at the District Court while most of the DUI arrests in Issaquah are heard in the Municipal Court.  The Webb Law Firm has appeared time and again in each of these courts and is prepared to represent you on your Issaquah DUI charge.  Call today for your free Issaquah DUI consultation.

If convicted of an Issaquah DUI, here are the 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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