Court Fines and Restitution Interest Reductions

Court Fines and Restitution Interest Reductions

When you are convicted of a crime or infraction in the State of Washington, the court imposes on you court costs, fines, and restitution, which must be taken care of post-conviction. Unfortunately, following a conviction, finding gainful employment can be difficult, and in many cases, nearly impossible. To make matters worse, during the time you are incarcerated or struggling to find employment, the interest on these items continues to accrue.

Fortunately, we may be able to file a motion on your behalf and ask the judge to waive the accrued interest. The attorneys at the Law Office of Erin Bradley McAleer have handled these types of cases a numerous amount of times.

Allowing us to work on your behalf could save you thousands! It is important to get these items taken care of quickly because getting your conviction vacated and off your record requires you to have paid all court fines and fees and the required time period you must wait to have your conviction vacated is measured from the date where all conditions are met.

The Law Office of Erin Bradley McAleer devotes a substantial part of its practice to helping people convicted of crimes in Washington to restore their record and removing the barriers a conviction can have on life’s opportunities.