Society continues to value agreements “on a handshake.” Oral agreements, i.e. those that are not written down, are legally enforceable as contracts. But is it wise to rely on oral agreements? When should the parties write their agreement down? Read the full article . . .
Drivers often voluntarily give the police evidence of their intoxication. While there is nothing wrong with a driver taking responsibility for his actions when he understands the ramifications of doing so, drivers often later regret their cooperation. It helps to understand the rights involved. Read the full article . . .
An influential Orcas Island resident criticized attorneys for advising their young clients to plead “not guilty” at their arraignments for minor in possession of alcohol. This criticism erodes important rights we all have. Read the full article . . .