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Is It Possible to Challenge Evidence in Felony Cases in Washington State?

When someone is accused of breaking the law in Washington, state prosecutors must provide evidence that proves the defendant is guilty of committing a crime. Evidence can take several forms, from witness testimony, text messages, photos, to breathalyzer test results, or forensic assessments of the scene where the alleged crime took place. However, several rules and procedures govern the presentation and admissibility of evidence in Washington criminal court proceedings. Read More

Categories: Criminal Defense

Modifying Child Support Orders in Washington State

When parents divorce or seek a legal separation, the judge may find that child support is appropriate and necessary to ensure that the children receive the stable financial foundation they need to thrive. In many cases, a Washington family law judge will order one parent to make monthly payments to the other parent (typically the parent who serves as the primary custodial parent). In other words, the court issues a child support order that keeps both parents actively participating in their child’s life, providing financial support for the child’s clothing, housing, and educational needs. Once the child support order is issued, the parent must keep up with their obligation to send monthly payments to the child’s other parent. Failing to pay child support can result in serious and enforceable penalties, so it’s important to stay on top of these obligations.

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Categories: Child Support

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