Voted top female graduate by her peers at Washington & Lee University School of Law, Angela has gone on to become one of the top criminal defense lawyers in Washington. She has fourteen years of experience in criminal law. Rising through the ranks at the Whatcom County Public Defender's Office, she became Chief Deputy supervising fifteen attorneys. She has represented thousands of accused individuals. She has some of the most trial experience in Whatcom County and defended cases from Murder 1 to License Suspension before local juries. Having worked in Drug Court and Mental Health Court, she brings creative solutions to difficult cases.
A force in the courtroom, let Angela work for you.
At Anderson Legal PLLC we want you to understand the choices you are making. Criminal charges and convictions carry more than jail time: these cases affect families, careers, and futures. Anderson Legal will fiercely advocate for you in the courtroom. Angela will bring her years of experience to any negations and secure you the best plea bargain possible.
The Court ruled in BLAKE that RCW 69.50.4013(1)—the portion of the simple drug possession statute creating this crime—violates the due process clauses of the state and federal constitutions and is void.
Currently all simple possession charges are being dismissed.
Prior posses cannot score against pending felony charges!
Does this ruling apply to your case?