Recent Results

Case Dismissed
  • April 11, 2017

Casey Arbenz helped a client accused of Negligent Driving have his case dismissed in Thurston County District Court.

Federal Probation Violation
  • April 7, 2017

A client was facing several violations for violating his federal felony probation. Mr. Arbenz was able to convince the judge to release his client from custody with credit for time served and to terminate the client's remaining term of probation. The client was released from the federal court house and went home with his wife.

Not guilty verdict in King County Superior Court
  • March 1, 2017

After a month-long trial in Seattle (King County Superior Court) attorney Casey Arbenz obtained a NOT GUILTY verdict for a client charged with first degree theft with a "major economic offense" aggravator. Mr. Arbenz's client was very relieved at the result and extremely pleased with Mr. Arbenz's hard work and dedication to the complex embezzlement case. 

Suspension of DUI Suspect's Drivers License
  • November 15, 2016

During an administrative hearing regarding whether to suspend a DUI suspect's Drivers License, Casey Arbenz successfully argued that the citing officer's report was statutorily inadequate. The Department of Licensing's motion to suspend the client's license was dismissed.

Negligent Driving Charge
  • October 6, 2016

Wayne Fricke and Casey Arbenz represented a client in Grant County, Washington who was facing a negligent driving charge. The facts were such that the prosecutor was threatening to add a count of Driving Under the Influence.

Violation of Lakewood Municipal Code
  • October 5, 2016

Lance Hester represented two clients facing seven total counts of violating Lakewood's Municipal Code - all relating to their ownership of two dogs. Mr. Hester and his team were able to have 5 of the 7 allegations dismissed. His clients were very pleased to only have to pay $150 in fines.

Electrician At Risk For Improper Hookup
  • October 1, 2016

Attorney Casey Arbenz represented an electrician at risk of losing his license for an allegedly improper hookup. After several months of negotiation with the Department of Licensing and Attorney General's Office, Mr. Arbenz was able to successfully resolve the matter in a way that was very pleasing to his client.

Negligent Boating
Negligent Boating
  • August 22, 2016

Casey Arbenz fought to have his client's citation for Negligent Boating dismissed. The trial judge in Lakewood Municipal Court agreed to dismiss the case.

Old Charges and Convictions Expunged
  • August 10, 2016

Brett Purtzer successfully assisted an out-of-state client seeking to have old charges and convictions expunged and vacated from an incident out of Steilacoom Municipal Court.

Assault in the Fourth Degree & Harassment
  • August 10, 2016

Casey Arbenz helped a client facing two charges of Assault in the Fourth Degree and one count of Harassment in Lakewood Municipal Court. Mr. Arbenz convinced the City Attorney's Office to allow his client to enter a six-month stipulated order of continuance - meaning the case will be dismissed in six months time upon successful completion of a few minor conditions.

Hit and Run Charge
  • August 10, 2016

Lance Hester helped a client obtain a one-year stipulated order of continuance with a small fine and no other conditions in response to a charge of Hit and Run. The client was very pleased with the result.

Uninsurred Motorist Policy
  • August 3, 2016

Casey Arbenz secured a $50,000 policy limit award for a motorist injured by an uninsured driver utilizing his client's Uninsured Motorist (UIM) Policy.

Fourth Degree Domestic Violence Charge in Lacey Municipal Court
  • July 27, 2016

After only one court appearance, Casey Arbenz convinced the prosecuting attorney for the City of Lacey to dismiss an assault in the fourth degree, domestic violence, charge in Lacey Municipal Court. The client was very pleased with the result.

State Attempts to Revoke Client's SSOSA
  • July 15, 2016

The state attempted to revoke a client's SSOSA - threatening to put the client in prison. Wayne Fricke was retained and had the multiple allegations of violative behavior dismissed.

No-Contact Order Lifted
  • July 11, 2016

Six months after an arrest for felony assault, and imposition of a required "no-contact order" between the defendant and his family, Mr. Arbenz was able to have the order lifted so that the family could be re-united and begin the process of healing. The underlying case also resolved favorably, with the charges to be dismissed in two years upon successful compliance with treatment and law abiding behavior.

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