OUR PROCESS

Washington State has one of the toughest laws in the nation on driving under the influence of intoxicants. Our highly experienced defense team stands ready to give you the toughest legal defense. Immediately after you or someone who has received a DUI arrest, your next steps can have an important and irreversible impact on the outcome of the case.

The Lustick, Kaiman & Madrone team is here to provide you the urgent legal advice you need right over the telephone. On weekends, we have an on-call attorney available to give you urgent assistance.

We diligently and thoroughly examine and then hyper-prepare for the DOL hearing and work toward building solid defenses in the court case as well. We examine your entire case from the moment you were initially stopped by the police to the moment when the breath ticket is printed by the Breathalyzer machine, and every even that fell between. We are keenly aware of the possible winning strategies and work very hard to obtain the best possible outcomes for our clients in both parts of the DUI case.

Basic Rights & Other Information

Your Basic Rights
  1. You have the right to remain silent. You don’t have to answer questions from the police at the roadside about whether or not you drank alcohol or smoked marijuana.
  2. You have the right to refuse field sobriety tests and roadside portable breath tests.
  3. You have the right to continue to remain silent after you’re arrested, and not answer any further questions.
  4. You have the right to consult with an attorney before deciding whether or not to take a breath or blood test after you’ve been arrested.
Never Waive Your Right to Counsel.

State law allows persons arrested for DUI to speak to a lawyer before taking a breath or blood test. Tell the arresting police officer that you want to speak with an attorney. Give us a call, (360) 685-4221.