Posted on : September 25, 2014Posted By : Russell & Hill, PLLC Posted In : SSD

What Information Do I Need To Apply For Disability Benefits? All information provided by the Official Social Security Website Applying for Disability Benefits – Information About You Your date and place of birth and Social Security number The name, Social Security number and date of birth or age of your current spouse and any former […]

Posted on : September 25, 2014Posted By : Russell & Hill, PLLC Posted In : SSD

Here is a great article was written by John Wasik, contributor of Forbes Investing Newsletters, regarding “Getting Social Security Benefits After Divorce”. Getting Social Security Benefits After Divorce When you break up a marriage, is it true that you’ll lose Social Security benefits as an ex-spouse? You might think so, but you’re still entitled to […]

Posted on : September 25, 2014Posted By : Russell & Hill, PLLC Posted In : Misdemeanor

Below is a list of exclusions that prevent the removal of a misdemeanor conviction from your record. If any of the following apply, your misdemeanor conviction will not be vacated. Search Revised Code of Washington (RCW) You have another conviction for a new crime in this state, another state, or in federal court, since the […]

Posted on : September 25, 2014Posted By : Russell & Hill, PLLC Posted In : Marijuana DUI

Here is an interesting article written by Noah Haglund of the Everett Hearld. Published: Tuesday, June 24, 2014, 5:34 p.m. Marijuana-munchies bus to roll into Everett The Buzz: Weed ‘n’ feed By Noah Haglund, Herald Writer EVERETT — The temptation to infuse the food-truck fad with marijuana apparently was too great to pass up. And […]

Posted on : September 25, 2014Posted By : Russell & Hill, PLLC Posted In : Marijuana DUI

With all of the new marijuana laws going into effect, you would think these types of crimes would end. Instead another person has lost his life. Deadly Federal Way drug deal results in 8 felony charges By Michael Harthorne Published: Jan 8, 2014 at 1:43 PM PST SEATTLE — A botched drug deal that left […]

Posted on : September 25, 2014Posted By : Russell & Hill, PLLC Posted In : DUI Defense

Suspended for Reckless Driving Typically, if you have been charged and convicted of reckless driving, your license will be suspended for 30 days. The court will then send this information to the Washington State Department of Licensing to update your driving record to show that your license has been suspended. Once your suspension is cleared […]

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