Immigration is a hot topic right now. News stories highlighting ICE raids and wall building have taken over the narrative recently. Many media stories about immigration can paint a pretty ugly picture. Yet diversity and immigration is still considered a foundation of America’s health. As immigration attorneys in Spokane and Coeur d’Alene area, we chose to handle this type of law because we understand the importance of immigration in this country. We know diversity is what keeps us innovative and strong. We are also passionate about serving the American immigrant community with green card and visa issues to the best of our abilities. That’s why our team of immigration attorneys speak Spanish! “Se Habla Español,” as they say.
Spokane, Washington – April 25, 2018. Elliott Law Group is proud to announce a new informational page concerning marijuana DUI issues. Washington State and Idaho may share a border, yet marijuana laws and cultural tolerance can be very different. The new page is an Internet “first step” for someone who may be accused of so-called “Marijuana DUI” and looking for an attorney to represent him or her.
Spokane, Washington – April 17, 2018. The Elliott Law Group, leading immigration attorneys servicing Spokane and Spokane Valley in Washington as well as Coeur d’Alene in Idaho, is proud to announce a new page focused on Spokane, Washington, and services relevant to that community, including immigration, DUI / DWI, and traffic tickets. While the law firm is technically located in Spokane Valley, Washington, it services many clients looking for some of the best immigration attorneys in Spokane.
Some people ask our DUI attorneys in Spokane, Washington, what is the difference between a DUI and a DWI? While there may be legal meanings to these terms, any sort of vernacular DUI / DWI means a driver has been found with a blood alcohol level beyond the legal limit. A DUI, or “driving under the influence” means the driver has been using drugs with or without alcohol. It’s easy for a driver to get lost in the details. The bottom line is this; you can lose your right to drive if you are charged with either!
Anyone living in Coeur d’Alene, probably considers themselves lucky. First and foremost, it’s a beautiful place!
No one in Spokane or Coeur d’Alene will argue that traffic tickets are annoying. Even if it’s what you believe is “a small violation,” like quickly answering a call at a stoplight.