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Defending You Against Criminal Charges

At Nur Law, we are here to protect your freedom and your future when you face criminal charges. We handle all types of misdemeanor crimes, including Criminal Defense of theft, drunk driving / DUI, vandalism, trespass, assault and domestic violence. We handle most felony cases as well including Criminal Defense of drug charges, Felony Assault, Felony Harassment, Possession of Stolen Property and other felony crimes.
If you are questioned by police, always remember your right to remain silent and your right to an attorney. If you attempt to explain your side of the story, you may give police the information they need to arrest and convict you.

always assert your right to remain silent

and your right to an attorney

Assault

Any unwanted touch is an assault and it is a crime.

Malicious Mischief

Intentional destruction of property of another person.

Domestic Violence

Any criminal offense against a romantic partner, family or other household member

Hit and run

Leaving the scene of a car crash without exchanging information.

Past Conviction Relief

Vacating old convictions and restoring 2nd amend right to possess firearms

DEFENDING YOU AGAINST CRIMINAL CHARGES

At Nur Law, we are here to protect your freedom and your future when you face criminal charges. We handle all types of misdemeanor crimes, including Criminal Defense of theft, drunk driving / DUI, vandalism, trespass, assault and domestic violence. We handle most felony cases as well including Criminal Defense of drug charges, Felony Assault, Felony Harassment, Possession of Stolen Property and other felony crimes.

If you are questioned by police, always remember your right to remain silent and your right to an attorney. If you attempt to explain your side of the story, you may give police the information they need to arrest and convict you.

Keeping Your Record Clean From Criminal Convictions

You should never plead guilty to criminal charges, no matter how minor, without speaking to an experienced defense lawyer. Pleading guilty to a criminal charge will result in a permanent criminal record that can affect your life in many ways. You may find it harder to buy or rent a home, get a job, or obtain a professional license.

Dealing With Past Criminal Convictions

If you have a past arrest or conviction that is having a negative effect on your life today, we may be able to clear your criminal record by vacating or sealing old convictions.

For More Information About Traffic And DUI Charges

The following pages provide more information about
how to protect yourself if you are stopped by police:

DUI defense

A DUI arrest can result in suspension of your driver’s license, job loss, thousands of dollars in fines, higher insurance costs, and other expenses. You may have a defense against this charge based on the circumstances of your arrest. Contact Nur Law today to discuss your options.

DUI

Traffic citations

Paying a traffic ticket is the same as pleading guilty. You may face higher insurance costs and points on your driving record that can lead to driver’s license suspension.

Discuss Your Case With A Lawyer

For a free half-hour consultation with an attorney concerning criminal charges, call call 425-998-7040 (Everett office) or 206-422-4222 (Seattle office) or fill out our simple contact form. We offer evening, weekend and jail consultations. Foreign language interpreters available.

Assault

In Washington, simple assault or Assault in the 4th Degree is a Gross Misdemeanor with a maximum sentence of 364 days in jail and a $5000 fine. Assault becomes a felony when there is a weapon involved, serious bodily injury, choking / strangulation, or the person assaulted is a police officer, nurse, judicial officer, or other government employee while performing their official duties. Assault becomes a domestic violence crime when it involves a romantic partner, family or other household member.

Whatever the level of Assault you may be charged with, we will help you fight these charges. For assault charges, we investigate all witnesses, the evidence – including pictures, videos, etc, and other information related to the allegations. You may be able to assert self-defense or defense of others (an affirmative defense against assault in Washington State) or show the court that an assault was not committed.

Regardless of your defense, you need an experienced criminal defense attorney by your side to fight these allegations. At Nur Law we have successfully represented many individuals charged with assault and we are here to help you too. Contact us today to set up a free consultation.

Malicous Mischeif

The crime of Malicious Mischief (also known as vandalism or destruction of property) occurs when someone knowingly and maliciously causes damage to another’s property. Malicious Mischief can range from a Gross Misdemeanor to a Felony charge. Malicious Mischief is considered a Felony when the property damage exceeds $750, or when the property damaged is a police car, emergency vehicle, public property, aircraft, or an office ballot box. The Criminal Defense Attorneys at Nur Law have the experience and strategies to defend these charges. We fight hard to get charges dismissed and keep your record clean. If you have been charged with Malicious Mischief, give us a call. We are here to help.

Domestic Violence

When the alleged victim of a crime is a family member, romantic partner, or other household member (roommates included) as defined by RCW 10.99.020(5), the Domestic Violence (DV) enhancement is added to the criminal charge. This is a very serious allegation and can result in loss of your 2nd amendment right to possess a firearm, as well as potential loss of employment or access to housing. In most domestic violence cases the court will impose a no contact order between the alleged victim and the accused person. Sometimes this can cause more harm than good – splitting up families and preventing partners from working together to resolve their issues.

If you have been charged with Assault DV, Malicious Mischief DV or any other crime with a DV enhancement, you need an experienced Criminal Defense Attorney to help you fight these charges. Often times we are able to get no contact orders dropped by the court, and we have a very successful track record defending DV criminal charges. Contact us today to discuss your case and what we can do to help.

Hit and Run

When you are involved in a car crash (regardless of who is at fault or how much / little damages result), you must stop and exchange information with the other individuals involved. If you do not, you could be charged with Hit and Run, which ranges from a Misdemeanor level offense to a Felony.

Misdemeanor level Hit and Run includes: Hit and Run Unattended – when there is no one in the other vehicle or property involved; and Hit and Run Attended – when there is another driver present in the other vehicle or property involved. Hit and Run Attended includes a mandatory license suspension.
Felony Hit and Run occurs when someone leaves the scene of a collision without exchanging information and an injury or death results from the collision. Felony Hit and Run is a very serious offense with mandatory sentence requirements.

If you have been arrested or charged with a Hit and Run offense, contact Nur Law immediately. We will answer your questions and provide effective legal representation to fight these charges.

Restoration of 2nd Amendment Rights

Restoring an individual’s 2nd Amendment right to possess a firearm is not automatic. If you have a felony conviction, domestic violence conviction, or other issue that has prevented you from possessing a firearm, you may be eligible to have your rights restored by submitted a petition to the Superior Court demonstrating to meet the criteria to have your rights restored.

If it has been more than 5 years since your felony conviction, you have no pending criminal charges, and you are not restrained by any protection order, you may be eligible to have your 2nd Amendment rights to possess a firearm restored by the court.

Contact a Nur Law Attorney to see if you qualify. We handle the entire process, and most of the time you will not need to appear in Court – we do that for you.

Past Criminal Convictions

If you have a past arrest or conviction that is having a negative effect on your life today, we may be able to clear your criminal record by vacating the old conviction or deleting non-conviction data from your record.

Vacating a conviction (formally known as expunging a record) is removing an old conviction and dismissing the criminal charge from your criminal record. If you successfully vacate a conviction in Washington, the State will no longer be able to report that you have been convicted of that crime. Once your crime has been vacated, you can lawfully state that you have never been convicted of that crime.

If you have a misdemeanor conviction that is more than 3 years old, or a felony conviction that is more than 5 years old, you may be eligible to have your conviction vacated and the case dismissed from your record.

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