Mr. Webb garnered a policy limits settlement for a client involved in an auto accident. The client was struck from behind by another driver and suffered injuries to their neck and spine. Read On
On April 7, 2014 a King County District Court Judge dismissed my client's charges of DUI, Hit and Run and Reckless Driving. I took this case in front of a judge because I knew the City had an extremely tricky situation in front of it, that is, there was no proof my client was the actual driver a... Read On
A cliché but some days you are the windshield and sometimes you are the bug. Today my client was the windshield as her DUI charge was dismissed with prejudice after an evidentiary hearing. On March 10, 2014 I argued to a judge in King County District Court that my client's right to have a priva... Read On
Client was alleged to have blown twice the legal limit, regurgitated on himself, found slumped over the steering wheel of his vehicle by security officers and was so intoxicated they could not understand him. Mr. Webb negotiated this dismissal with the City after providing witness statements and case law proving an affirmative defense. The City agreed with Mr. Webb's position and the case was dismissed! Read On
Defendant was alleged to have blown .250 on a portable breath test at the scene, and again at the station with results of .219 and .217. The trooper alleges he observed bloodshot, watery eyes, flushed face, slurred speech and poor coordination. Nate Webb, Seattle DUI Attorney, argued that there... Read On
Chelan County District Court case wherein the client proceeded to trial after it was alleged she swerved four separate times, drove 11 MPH over the limit, failed all three sobriety tests and refused the BAC. Not Guilty! State v. D.E. Read On
Client was alleged to have wrecked his vehicle, perform poorly on field sobriety tests, and subsequently provided BAC results of .206 and .210. The DOL hearing officer took testimony from both the arresting officer and my client. She found my client's testimony more convincing and dismissed the... Read On
DOL v. B.C. - client was alleged to have driven without a front license plate, failed field sobriety tests, refused a breath test on the scene and at the station. Seattle DUI Attorney, Nate Webb, argued client was not properly informed of the license suspension implications. DISMISSED! January ... Read On
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