Felony Drunk Driving (where someone is killed or seriously injured) is changed from a class C felony to a class B felony under House Bill HB2280, effective June 9, 2016. Felony drunk driving now carries a longer prison sentence and a higher fine. Contact Lynnwood / Shoreline DUI attorney Paul Hanson for more details.
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House Bill 2ESHB 1153, effective June 9, 2016 created a Certificate of Restoration of Opportunity (CROP) which certifies that a person convicted of a felony has been rehabilitated. It will open the door to obtaining Washington professional licensees required for jobs in teaching, financial services, and health care which are currently closed to those with felony records. No state, county of city licensing agency may now deny professional licenses to CROP applicants solely because of their criminal history. However, exceptions exist for law enforcement, law practice, and working with children, vulnerable adults and the mentally ill. Contact Lynnwood / Shoreline criminal defense attorney Paul Hanson for more details.
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