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Being charged with a crime can affect your liberty, your employment, your finances, your family, your right to possess firearms, the status of your driver's license and your right to vote. Some of these consequences can affect your life for years to come. 

Mr. Chmelewski, an experienced criminal defense Attorney, and whether you're looking for Yakima lawyers or Wenatchee lawyers or lawyers for any county in Washington, he is available to represent clients on the following types of cases to protect and defend your rights and freedom. 

Felonies - Class A, B, C Gross Misdemeanors - Up to 1 year in jail and/or $5,000.00 fine Misdemeanors - Up to 90 days in jail and/or $1000.00 fine 
DUI - Driving Under the Influence of Alcohol or Drugs. Physical Control 
DOL Administrative Hearings Minor DUI Hit and Run - Attended or Unattended MIP/C - Minor in Possession/Consumption of Intoxicating Liquor BUI - Boating while intoxicated Reckless Driving Negligent Driving - 1st Degree Fish and Wildlife game cases Assault - 1st , 2nd and 3rd Degree - Domestic Violence designation DWLS/R - Driving while suspended/revoked - 1st , 2nd and 3rd Degree. Theft - 1st, 2nd, 3rd Degrees Malicious Mischief - 1st, 2nd, 3rd Degrees Hunting and Fishing violations Juvenile criminal cases in Superior Courts CDL violations Possession of Marijuana Use of Drug Paraphernalia Felony Drug Offenses 

All Traffic Infractions If you are arrested for a crime, be polite, courteous and provide law enforcement with your name, address and other preliminary information. Our Federal and State constitutions afford you constitutional protections. Exercise your constitutional rights. Tell the officer clearly and unequivocally that you wish to consult with an Attorney. Do not answer any questions without consulting with an Attorney. Exercise your right to consult with an Attorney. You have a right to remain silent. Make no admissions or explanations concerning the basis for your stop, arrest or infraction. Exercise your right to remain silent. Once cited you will have many questions and concerns about your case, your rights and options. 

It is often in your best interest to retain counsel as soon as possible after your alleged violation, whether for a serious crime or for a traffic infraction such as a Washington speeding ticket - please feel free to promptly call the Law Office of: Mark A. Chmelewski, PS - for your initial confidential consultation. 

To discuss your rights, options and the cost of professional services, please 
call Mr. Chmelewski: 

509-933-1LAW (1529)
Toll free number: 1- 866-279-0670

Website: www.mac1law.com

Law Office of:
Mark A. Chmelewski, PS
410 North Pine Street
Ellensburg, WA 98926

Washington speeding ticket? Visit Mark A. Chmelewski

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