The dedicated criminal defense attorneys at the law firm of Kuffel, Hultgrenn, Klashke, Shea & Ellerd, LLP, defend southeastern Washington clients against a vast array of misdemeanor offenses. A conviction on certain misdemeanor charges can result in severe penalties, including fines, incarceration, loss of driving privileges and the loss or your right to possess or own a firearm.
In every case, our only concern is to avoid a conviction on your record. We work closely with you to understand your version of the events leading up to your arrest. We also review the police reports, witness statements and all evidence associated with your case. We build the strongest possible defense on your behalf. If we find that your rights were violated at any point, we will work to have the charges against you reduced or dismissed.
Respected Washington Misdemeanor Defense Lawyers
Our Kennewick criminal defense lawyers have decades of combined experience in the area of criminal law. We have a complete understanding of your rights under the law, and we know how to manage your case to a favorable conclusion. We know when to negotiate and when to take the matter to court. At every stage, we will keep you informed of your options and make sure you have all of the information you need to make a sound decision.
We provide skillful defense representation against the following types of crimes including, but not limited to:
Traffic offenses, including hit-and-run and reckless driving offenses
Drug possession crimes
Discuss Your Criminal Defense Needs With A Lawyer
Contact our office to discuss your criminal defense matter with an attorney. We are available during our regular business hours of 8 a.m. to 5 p.m., Monday through Friday. Our office is conveniently located next to the Red Lion in Pasco. You can reach us by phone at 509-492-3032, toll free at 888-339-5782, or via email.
The Pasco, Washington, law firm of Kuffel, Hultgrenn, Klashke, Shea & Ellerd, LLP, represents clients throughout Franklin County, Benton County, Walla Walla County and Yakima County, including individuals and businesses in Pasco, Richland, Kennewick, Walla Walla and Yakima.