The below are attorneys in the United States who represent Canadian citizens facing criminal charges in U.S. courts. The attorneys do free consultations on criminal cases, and are listed by geographical area.
Okanogan County Attorney Representing Clients in Okanogan County, for the Osoyoos / Oroville border crossing, the Nighthawk / Chopaka border crossing.
Ferry County Attorney Representing Clients in Republic, Ferry County, for the Danville / Carson border crossing, the Ferry / Midway border crossing, the Laurier / Christina Lake border crossing.
San Juan County Attorney Representing Clients in Friday Harbor, San Juan County for border issues.
Stevens County Attorney Representing Clients in Colville, Stevens County, for the Boundry / Waneta / Northport border crossing, the Frontier / Paterson border crossing.
Whatcom County Attorney Representing Clients in Bellingham, Whatcom County, for the Peace Arch border crossing, the Blaine / Surrey border crossing, the Lyndon / Aldengrove border crossing, Sumas / Huntingdon border crossing, and the Point Roberts / Boundary Bay border crossing.
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Am I the only one who thinks it maybe a little odd that Marijuana will be illegal at the U.S. border, but will be allowed in the interior of Washington state? It is inevitable that the Canadian citizens will visit … Continue reading
Coming to visit the U.S. and plan on driving? Here some advice from my lawyer friend Justin Surginer on how to avoid a ticket. Your driving style and road etiquette are the main reasons why you may be prone to get speeding … Continue reading
A traffic ticket is a minor nuisance for most United States citizens. Traffic tickets pose much larger problems for immigrants. Both illegal and legal immigrants face serious consequences as a result of a traffic infraction. These consequences include arrest and … Continue reading
In November 2012, the voters of Washington State made history by decriminalizing the possession of small amounts of marijuana. This has effected the way marijuana charges are handled at the border. However, while state and local authorities may not prosecute … Continue reading
There has been a case in the news recently that led to much discussion about the appropriateness of strip searches at the U.S. border. That case is Loretta Van Beek v. United States. Ms. Van Beek filed in U.S. federal … Continue reading
In the Seattle-Times recently there was an interesting article discussing the staffing levels for border patrol and customs agents on the U.S. / Canadian border. The article explained that since the 9/11 attack, that the number of agents at the … Continue reading
In Canada the possession of smaller quantities of marijuana is more tolerated then in many areas of the U.S. For Canadian citizens, being caught at the U.S. border with even tiny amounts of marijuana can be a disturbing experience. In … Continue reading