Protecting Washington Residents From Criminal Allegations
If you’ve been charged with a crime, it’s important to find an attorney as soon as possible — you have the right to consult with your lawyer before speaking with police, and it’s important to take advantage of this right because everything you say can and will be used against you as charges are filed.
Gregg E. Bradshaw, LLC, will analyze the details of your case and help you form an appropriate legal strategy. If you have been wrongly accused or there is little evidence of wrongdoing, we can help you fight the charges. And in cases where your actions are not in dispute, we will pursue reduced charges or a reduced sentence if you are convicted. From beginning to end, our job is to help you respond to each step in the legal process and make the best choices available.
Tell Your Side Of The Story With An Attorney’s Help
Every person accused of a crime deserves his or her day in court. We can help form a defense strategy for a wide variety of criminal charges, including:
- Felonies and misdemeanors: We represent clients charged with both felonies and misdemeanors in municipal district courts and Washington Superior Courts.
- Assault: Is someone alleging that you committed a violent assault or threatened violence?
- Domestic violence: We defend those charged with using violence or the threat of violence against a romantic partner or a family member.
- DUI: Driving under the influence of drugs or alcohol is a danger to yourself and others and can result in restrictions on your driving privileges.
- Traffic tickets: Tickets can be hard on your budget and are a stain on your driving record. We’ll help you challenge a ticket or efficiently pay the fine so that you can move on with your life.
- Suspended driver’s license: It’s important to keep your driver’s license in order so that you can travel to work and carry on with the business of your daily life.
- Drug crimes: We represent clients facing drug possession charges, drug trafficking charges and other charges related to methamphetamine, heroin, cocaine and other drugs. And even though marijuana is now legal in Washington, it’s still possible to violate the state’s regulations — if you find yourself in violation, we can help.