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Jul 30

Harlan Law Staff

For most people, driving drunk is the only way they think about DUIs. However, especially with the recent legalization of marijuana in Washington, drug DUIs are becoming increasingly more common. A person can be DUI if their driving is affected by alcohol, drugs, or some combination of the two. For marijuana, a person can be under the influence, or have their blood show that they're over the legal limit for THC in the system. It can be a complicated area where a person might be committing the offense and not even know it. read more

Jul 24

Harlan Law Staff

Commercial drivers generally require a valid CDL to earn a living. In short, a DUI may cause a commercial driver to lose their ability to drive a commercial vehicle altogether for at least one year, and out of state drivers will lose their ability to drive altogether for the duration of their suspension. For many, the loss of their ability to drive will have a severe impact on their abilities to work and make a living. read more

Apr 17

Harlan Law Staff

In the past, this blog has addressed individual stages in the case. Starting at the beginning of a case, these next few blog entries will describe the various stages and processes, and they are designed to arm you with the tools you need to prepare yourself in the fight against DUI. read more

May 07

Harlan Law Staff

When a person is charged with DUI in Washington, the Department of Licensing (DOL) will suspend that person's license. The ability to drive to and from work is critical, and your driving privileges will be suspended unless you challenge their decision. read more