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Jаson S. Newcombe

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Aggressive Seattle fish and wildlife crime lawyers who won’t let violations ruin your favorite pastime.
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Aggressive Seattle fish and wildlife crime lawyers who won’t let violations ruin your favorite pastime.

Washington State is an area rich with natural resources that attract outdoor enthusiasts, especially hunters and fishermen. However, fish and wildlife laws and restrictions set in place by the State can easily complicate your favorite pastime.

Should you be cited for a fish and wildlife violation, our Seattle fish and wildlife attorney team approach offers the best resources and knowledge available to provide you the best possible defense. We want you to know that you do not have to face your Seattle fish and wildlife violations alone – we are here to help.

I have been charged with fish and wildlife violations. What could happen to me?

Fish and wildlife crimes relate to laws governing fishing, hunting, shrimping, crabbing, or any other type of wildlife. The various wildlife violations have different penalties that may potentially include licensing consequences and criminal charges. In Washington State, the criminal charges can range from a misdemeanor to felony offenses; therefore, it is crucial that you have an experienced Seattle fish and wildlife lawyer on your side.

Common Seattle fish and wildlife crimes include:

  • Unlawful recreational fishing in the first degree
  • Unlawful recreational fishing in the second degree
  • Unlawful trapping
  • Unlawful use of dogs
  • Hunting of big game
  • Unlawful hunting of wild birds
  • Unlawful hunting of wild animals
  • Unlawful hydraulic project activities
  • Unlawful use of shellfish gear
  • Unlawful use of net
  • Hunting while intoxicated

The penalties for these violations vary depending on the severity of the crime. A recreational fishing violation in the second degree is a misdemeanor and is punishable by a maximum of 90 days in jail and a $1000 fine. The hunting of big game in the first degree, however, is a Class C felony and can be punishable with a maximum sentence of 5 years in jail and a $10,000 fine. Additionally, your hunting license could be revoked and suspended for up to 10 years.

Our Seattle game attorneys are here to help you.

Our team of hunting attorneys can make the difference When facing hunting and wildlife charges, you should realize the many ways it can affect and interfere with your life. These kinds of risks are not worth taking alone. Our team of Seattle game lawyers offer low flat rates so that you can get the fair trial you deserve at a fair price. Don’t take a chance with your future – call us today.


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Address: 1218 3rd Ave, Seattle, WA 98101
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