Kevin assists those individuals in the pursuit and defense of their constitutional rights from initial charging through all motions and hearings, to include Suppression Hearings and trials. He also represents clients at the appellate level in the State Appellate Court and the Washington State Supreme Courts. He specialized in serious felony matters with an emphasis on proceeding with these matters to jury trial. He has tried well over one hundred and fifty jury trials with a high degree of success, conducting approximately fifteen to twenty jury trials per year. If you’re looking for an attorney who cares about your legal rights and future then pick up the phone and call Kevin L. Holt.
Sealing and Destroying Criminal Cases: Under General Rule 15, sealing or redacting a court record may be ordered when a conviction has been vacated or when the court finds that compelling privacy or safety concerns outweigh the public interest in access to the record. Current law does not allow for destroying the court record of a criminal action against an adult that results in a conviction or some adverse findings. Civil Cases: General Rule 15 allows for sealing or redacting of court records if the action is justified by compelling privacy or safety concerns that outweigh public interest in accessing the record. A party may request a hearing to destroy court records in a civil case only if there is express statutory authority to permit it.
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