Many residents of Spokane, and likely countless people all over Washington, have dogs as family pets. Dogs are often a part of everyday life for many local people, but, at times, dogs can pose a threat to the safety and well-being of humans and other animals. Recently in Washington, a man who has already faced the criminal charge of harming a police dog has seen additional charges come his way.
September 2015 Archives
Those who have never been charged with a drug offense may assume that only people who have drugs in their possession can be charged with a crime. In reality, people in Washington State who are not actively using drugs and don't have any drugs in their possession can still face various drug charges. One of these charges is possession of drug paraphernalia.
Many people in Spokane have likely done something in their youth that they wouldn't do again. Whether it involved driving recklessly or partying too much or experimenting with drugs, these types of choices are often ones that would not be made as adults. Nevertheless, even if one is a legal adult age 18 or older, it's possible to make choices that will haunt one long into adulthood.
Accusations of domestic violence are extremely difficult for any defendant to face. Contrary to popular belief, both men and women may face charges of spousal abuse in Washington State; allegations do not discriminate based on gender, sexual orientation, ethnicity and so on. In short, many different types of local Spokane residents may be accused of domestic violence.