A person arrested for an Issaquah DUI will often be directly booked into the Issaquah jail and will be required to post bail in order to be released. (Unlike many jurisdictions where a person is processed and released).
A person arrested for DUI by a City of Issaquah police officer will be charged in the Issaquah Municipal Court which is located at 135 East Sunset Way in Issaquah. DUI cases in the city of Issaquah are handled by a firm contracted with the city to provide prosecution services. The prosecutor will first review the case and decide what charges if any to file. If you are charged with a DUI in Issaquah, typically, your first appearance will be 3-6 weeks following your arrest for DUI.
When you appear for arraignment on a DUI charge, the court will set conditions for your release pending the outcome of your case. In addition to “standard” conditions of release, it is not uncommon in Issaquah for the prosecutor to seek very strict conditions of release for an Issaquah DUI charge. These conditions may include a request for bail, installation of an ignition interlock device or e a "scram" bracelet, which monitors alcohol consumption.
It is essential for anyone arrested for DUI in the city of Issaquah to contact an experienced DUI attorney as soon as possible. Ms. St. Clair is a highly experienced DUI attorney who has handled thousands of DUI cases. She is a former prosecutor who knows how the system works. Contact her now at (206) 578-2200 to discuss your case. You may also submit your information on the contact form or by e-mail.