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MILL CREEK CRIMINAL CHARGES
Facing a Mill Creek criminal charge? A Mill Creek DUI charge? A Mill Creek traffic ticket? A drivers license suspension? Need an old criminal conviction or arrest expunged (deleted) off your record? Get the best defense. Get a very experienced Mill Creek criminal defense lawyer to help you.
Mill Creek criminal defense attorney Paul Hanson has over 40+ years experience defending Mill Creek criminal charges, DUI charges and traffic tickets in the Snohomish County District Court (South Division). He also practices in the other municipal and district courts of Snohomish County and North King County. And he helps clients get old criminal convictions expunged / deleted off their criminal records.
Mill Creek attorney Paul Hanson has received the highest possible lawyer ratings from the national lawyer rating services: "AV-Preeminent" rating by Martindale-Hubbell and "10-Superb" rating by Avvo.com. He is a former Lynnwood City Criminal Prosecutor. Attorney Paul Hanson is very experienced, aggressive, and affordable. His law office is conveniently located next to the Alderwood Mall in Lynnwood.
SNOHOMISH COUNTY DISTRICT COURT - SOUTH DIVISION COURTHOUSE
Snohomish County District Court - South Division hears all Mill Creek misdemeanor criminal charges and traffic tickets The court's address and telephone number:
SCDC (South Division)
20520 68th Ave West
Lynnwood, WA 98036
The Mill Creek City Prosecutor handles all Mill Creek criminal charges and traffic tickets filed in the Snohomish County District Court (South Division). The Mill Creek City Prosecutor is Edmonds' private law firm of Zachor, Stock & Krepps, Inc., P.S.
REASONABLE CRIMINAL DEFENSE LAWYER FEES. MILITARY $ DISCOUNT.
Hiring a very experienced criminal defense lawyer does not have to be unreasonably expensive. Attorney Paul Hanson's fees are very reasonable, especially when compared to other local criminal defense lawyers with far less experience. And very reasonable when compared to the total $ costs of a criminal conviction: court fines, court costs / fees, court probation fees, and possible loss of employment. For your convenience, Attorney Paul Hanson accepts payments in cash, money orders, cashier checks, and local personal checks.
It costs you nothing to talk with Attorney Paul Hanson about your criminal case. He offers a free first phone or office consultation. He'll give you an immediate assessment of your Mill Creek criminal case and possible defenses.
If you've been charged with a Mill Creek criminal offense, you should never just automatically plead guilty. There are always other, much better options. Even in the toughest cases. Always fight vigorously for your legal rights. Learn about all your legal options.
Mill Creek criminal defense lawyer Paul Hanson is committed to all clients he represents. He carefully investigates and analyzes every client's criminal case. And then works hard to build the strongest possible criminal defense.
Call Mill Creek criminal defense lawyer Paul Hanson for your free first consultation.
CRIMINAL RECORD EXPUNGEMENT (DELETION) INFORMATION
A criminal record occurs whenever a person is convicted of a criminal offense by a court. The criminal conviction will then always remain on the person's Washington State state criminal record unless a legal motion (request) to vacate conviction is brought under RCW 9.96.060 before the same court after a certain time period has elapsed.
For most criminal misdemeanor & gross misdemeanor convictions, the time period is usually 3 to 5 years after court probation ends, and after all financial obligations owed to the court have been fully satisfied. And there must not be any new criminal convictions / charges / arrests since the conviction sought to be vacated. If all these preconditions are met, most municipal & district courts will usually grant motions to vacate a criminal conviction. That results in the person no longer having a criminal record for that particular conviction.
A person whose criminal conviction is vacated may lawfully state on future job applications that he/she has never had a criminal record.
Under RCW 9.96.060 almost all convictions for misdemeanor and gross misdemeanor offenses can be vacated.
However, convictions for DUIs and certain misdemeanor sex crimes cannot be vacated.
CRIMINAL HISTORY REMOVAL INFORMATION
Criminal history consists of police non-conviction data (arrest records, jail booking records, fingerprint records, photos (mugshots), etc.) which are created whenever a person is arrested / jailed but no criminal charges are ever filed in court. Such non-conviction data are held indefinitely by the local arresting police agency & the Washington State Patrol Criminal History Section in Olympia, WA.
Under RCW 10.97.060 and WAC 446-16-025, persons may make written requests to expunge (delete) such police non-conviction data. These requests must be made to both the local arresting police agency and to the Washington State Patrol Criminal History Section in Olympia, WA. Such requests will usually be granted if over two years have elapsed since dismissal of the charge or over 3 years have passed since the date of the old arrest with no charge filed.
PROTECT YOUR JOB AND FUTURE.
Police non-conviction data (arrest / jail records) can be used by landlords to deny rental housing and by employers to deny job applications & job promotions.
Call Mill Creek criminal record expungement lawyer Attorney Paul Hanson to help you clear your old court criminal record or old police criminal history. He'll help you vacate your old court criminal convictions, and/or expunge (delete) old police arrest / jail records, fingerprint records, photos (mugshots) and other police non-conviction data.
Call Mill Creek Criminal Defense Lawyer Paul Hanson for your free first legal consultation (office appointment or by phone). Call 425-778-7339.