Misdemeanor & Felony
Criminal charges are frightening and extremely serious. If you or a loved one have been arrested or charged with a criminal offense in Washington, you could face life altering consequences that can leave a permanent mark on your record and may include stiff fines or lengthy jail time. You’ll need skilled representation on your side that can work with you when fighting your case against the State (State Court)or the Feds (Federal District Court). Spencer Palace Law a firm that has been representing the criminally accused in Eastern, Central and now Western Washington. Most important, Attorney Merwin Moe Spencer is a respected criminal defense attorney with trial and appellate experience in State Court and Federal Court.
AN EDMONDS- SEATTLE-BASED LAW FIRM SERVING KING, SNOHOMISH & PIERCE COUNTIES
At Spencer Palace Law, our goal is to protect your rights and prepare a vigorous defense that ensures the best possible outcome. Whether you have been accused of a state or federal felony or misdemeanor, Spencer Palace Law will fight tirelessly to provide a defense that protects your rights and your freedom. Whenever possible, we will help you restore a degree of normalcy by getting the charges dismissed and restoring your good name with a clean record.
As a former Public Defender and one who has had a separate contract with cities to provide indigent defense, Merwin Moe Spencer has the experience to provide you with the legal assistance that you need and the information/advice that will help in your criminal case. We offer legal assistance for those who have been arrested and charged with all types of crimes in preparing a your criminal defenses including: all Misdemeanors, Felonies, DUIs, All Drug Crimes and serious Felonies including sex cases and murder. Your situation is highly important to this firm because everyone deserves a fair defense and you can be sure that you will be provided with the aggressive representation that you need on your side if you have been charged with a crime. With a conviction, the penalties you would face could include jail or prison time, hefty fines (LFOs Legal Financial Obligation), license suspension, probation and others. Most important, do no plea to a crime that you did not commit.
Defending Your Rights
It is important to know that you have rights to due process of the law, and this includes protection against unlawful search and seizure. Police officers must follow a certain protocol when obtaining a warrant to search your property or they must have your permission. If they obtain evidence without your permission and without a warrant through searching your property, you may be able to fight alongside a skilled attorney to have this evidence thrown out. As an experienced trial lawyer and skilled negotiator, Merwin Moe Spencer knows how to help you in this situation and to work with you to pursue the outcome that you need.
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