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At Brumley Law Firm our team of criminal lawyers draw on a wide range of expertise and years of experience to aggressively defend you and your rights. We care deeply about our clients and will vigorously pursue the best outcome for you and your case. Expect skillfull handling of all criminal cases ranging from misdemeanors to murder charges. We’ll be by your side to guide you through all facets of your case.

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Brumley in Criminal Law

It is important to understand that in criminal investigations, time is truly of the essence. Contacting a Washington State Criminal Law attorney in the early stages of your case will help ensure that the crime scene is processed correctly, the evidence is properly handled and that witnesses are interviewed with integrity. At Brumley Law Firm our team of attorneys draw on a wide range of expertise and years of experience in Criminal Law to vigorously and effectively defend you.

When you hire Brumley criminal lawyers, you can expect us to jump right to start managing the outcome of your case immediately. Our team of lawyers, investigators and expert witnesses work in harmony to coordinate the most results-oriented defense for your case while aggressively protecting your rights. You can rely on our expertise and knowledge of Washington courts and expect skillful handling of all criminal cases ranging from simple misdemeanors to felony charges. Our team will be right by your side to guide you through all the phases of your case.

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Criminal Law Cases

  • Assault

  • Domestic Violence

  • Violation of No-Contact Order (VNCO)

  • Harassment

  • Reckless Endangerment

  • Stalking

  • Obstruction of Justice

  • Obstruction of a Law Enforcement Officer

  • Motor Vehicles

  • Drivers License Defense

  • Commercial Drivers License (CDL) Defense

  • Traffic Tickets

  • Reckless Driving

  • Negligent Driving

  • DWLS 3, DWLS 2, and DWLS 1

  • Hit and Run

  • Speeding Tickets

  • No Insurance Tickets

  • Cell Phone Tickets

  • Theft

  • Stolen Property

  • Trafficking Stolen Property

  • Motor Vehicle Theft

  • Breaking and Entering

  • Possession of Stolen Property

  • Embezzlement

  • Burglary

  • Robbery

Criminal charges result from an act (or omission) that violates a federal, state or local law. The charges range in severity from misdemeanors to felonies with varying classifications that control the maximum length of confinement and fines that may be levied against the convicted person.

A misdemeanor conviction can carry a fine of up to $1000 and jail time of up to 90 days. A Gross Misdemeanor is more serious and can have financial penalties of up to $5000 and up to 364 days of jail time.

A felony is a serious crime that can be punishable by more than a year in a state or federal prison. Washington law establishes three classes of felonies: A, B, and C. These classifications are important when it comes to determining the potential sentence. Class A Felonies can impose fines of up to $50,000 and sentences as severe as Life in Prison. State felony offenses can also be divided into other general categories such as seriously violent, violent, violent-sex, non-violent, non-violent sex, and non-violent-traffic. If you are convicted of a felony crime in Washington you will lose your right to hold public office and your right to purchase, possess, or use any firearm or items which are legally classified as dangerous weapons. You will also lose your right to vote while you are incarcerated for a felony and while you are on parole.

Drug and alcohol related crimes in Washington have additional penalties based on a complex matrix of factors. In addition to fines and incarceration, one can lose their license to drive, be court ordered to attend Treatment and/or be ordered to install an Ignition Interlock device on their vehicle. Drug convictions in Washington can also lead to a loss of Federal funding including the loss of school financial aid and loan eligibility.

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