Washington gets a lot of snow and rain each year. The snow lasts from November through March. The elevations make the state a beautiful attraction. There are hazards, though, when driving in inclement weather. Pouring rain and heavy snow reduce visibility. The moisture on the road can make getting traction at higher speeds almost impossible.…

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The police and prosecutors must account for the evidence they seize from you, or that is used against you. In drug cases, the accounting must take place from the moment any drugs are seized, and from the moment there are any chemical evaluations of the drugs. It’s only through an accounting of who handled the…

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Traumatic brain injuries are usually life changing. Even a moderate TBI can cause long-term physical, emotional, and cognitive harm. Some of the causes of TBIs include car, truck, and motorcycle accidents, construction accidents, slips and falls, and personal attacks. Many TBI accident victims need to treat with numerous physicians and health care providers. Even when…

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When you buy a new car, you have the right to assume that all the car parts were designed properly, that the parts were made with quality materials, and that the parts will work when you need them to – you know, save your life. You have the same right when you buy medications, electronic…

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Many federal and state crimes are motivated by hate and prejudice. Hate crimes include offenses that are based on bias toward victims because of their race, national origin, gender, sexual preference, disability, religion, and other identity factors. These offenses usually are distinct crimes separate and apart from other offenses. Hate crimes also include standard criminal…

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