Defendants Are Not Entitled To Credit For Time Served For Required Pretrial Constraints By Statute, Equal Protection Principles, Or Double Jeopardy Protection Even Though Differences In Wealth Arguably Lead To Two Sets Of Sentencing Ranges.
The Sixth Amendment Guarantees Criminal Defendants A Right To Confront The Witnesses Against Them, But Not If The Defendant Intentionally Causes The Absence Of A Witness At Trial
Can a corporate healthcare provider’s defense counsel communicate ex parte with the corporate defendant’s employee if that employee was also the plaintiff’s treating physician? Sometimes yes, sometimes no.
General Partnership Partners Are Not Third Parties For Insurance Coverage
Washington Supreme Court Redefines “Property of Another” for Purposes of Malicious Mischief Conviction
WASHINGTON SUPREME COURT IMPOSES THREE-YEAR SUSPENSION OF ATTORNEY WHO SUFFERED FROM MENTAL HEALTH ISSUE
Summary of Cases Granted Review at Washington Supreme Court’s October Conference
Washington Supreme Court Holds Alford Plea Will Support a Death Penalty Verdict
Supreme Court Limits Bases for Invalidating Arbitration Agreements