Monday, May 21, 2012
A 27-year-old man suffered serious injuries to his face after a car collided with his moped, said Seattle Police. Around 1:30a.m. Saturday morning the man was riding his moped northbound on 25th Avenue approaching the intersection at East Spring Street. Police say at the same time a 51-year-old man, driving a Chrysler New Yorker, was also approaching the intersection heading eastbound on East Spring Street. The two collided in the intersection causing the moped driver to be thrown off his bike and into the street. Police say he was wearing a helmet but did not have a face shield. Officers evaluated the victim at the scene after he showed signs of driving under the influence. He was taken to Harborview Medical Center with serious but non-life-threatening injuries. The driver of the car was also evaluated for DUI but officers say he was not impaired. The crash remains under investigation. If you or a loved one is faced with a DUI charge in Western Washington, you deserve the assistance of a reputable and qualified Seattle DUI attorney who will relentlessly defend your case. You deserve a Seattle DUI lawyer who has an intimate understanding of Washington DUI laws and the legal issues that could win your case. You deserve a Seattle DUI attorney who is not afraid to stand up against the prosecution and aggressively fight for your rights and interests. SQ Attorneys is the right Western Washington DUI law firm for the job. Call for a free initial consultation – (206) 441.0900 (Seattle); (425) 998-8384 (Eastside) – it will be the best decision you make all day.
Sunday, May 6, 2012
Seattle Police say that two people were arrested and a five-pound bucket of marijuana seized early Tuesday morning in Rainier Beach. According to Seattle Police Department (SPD) it was 12:22 a.m. on April 24th when officers stopped a car in the 9800 block of Renton Avenue South for running a red light. Just as the suspect vehicle came to a stop two male suspects (the driver and front seat passenger) exited the vehicle and took off running. Officers gave chase and observed both suspects enter the back door of a house in the 9600 block of 53rd Avenue South. Additional officers responded to the scene and surrounded the house while others used their patrol car’s public address system and called for all persons inside the house to exit. Two females exited the house, one adult female and the other believed to be in her late teens (later determined to be a mother and her daughter). If you or a loved one is faced with a Marijuana related offense in Western Washington, you deserve nothing less than the very best representation from a reputable and qualified Seattle criminal attorney who will relentlessly defend your case. You deserve a Seattle criminal lawyer who has an intimate understanding of not only Washington’s criminal laws, but also the legal issues that could win your case. You deserve a Seattle criminal lawyer who is not afraid to stand up against the prosecution and aggressively fight for your rights and interests. SQ Attorneys is the right Western Washington criminal law firm for the job. Call for a free initial consultation – (206) 441-0900 (Seattle); (425) 998-8384 (Eastside) – it will be the best decision you make all day.