Snohomish County DUI Court
Cases Heard in Snohomish County District Court
If arrested for DUI in Snohomish County by a Washington State Patrol (WSP) trooper, the charge will be filed by the Snohomish County Prosecutor’s Office and a summons will eventually be sent to a mailing address associated with the arrestee. Barring the existence of a prior DUI or blood having been drawn on the date of arrest, a first court date will likely not be set until at least six months from the date of incident. Snohomish County DUI charges are heard in one of four courthouses: Snohomish County District Court-South Division: 20520 68th Ave. W. Lynnwood, 98036; Snohomish County District Court-Everett Division: 3000 Rockefeller Ave Everett, 98201; Snohomish County District Court-Evergreen/Monroe Division: 14414 179th Ave SE Monroe, 98272; and Snohomish County District Court-Cacade/Arlington Division: 415 E Burke Ave Arlington, 98223.
The judges currently hearing DUI cases in these four courts include: South Division: Judge Jeffrey Goodwin, Judge Beth A. Fraser, and Judge Douglas Fair; Everett Division: Judge Tam Bui and Judge Anthony Howard; Evergreen/Monroe Division: Judge Steven Clough and Judge Patricia Lyon; Cascade/Arlington Division: Judge Jennifer Rancourt and Commissioner Rick Leo.
Two to three deputy prosecuting attorneys are assigned to handle DUI cases in each of the divisions. The Snohomish County Prosecutor’s Office vigorously pursues alcohol-related driving offenses.
One arrested for DUI in Snohomish County is wise to contact Veitch Ault & Associates immediately to ensure they provide themselves the best opportunity to fight the charge.
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