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Dismissal of Child Molestation Case

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Child Molestation Defense Attorney We know that being accused of a sex crime can be an incredibly difficult and stressful […]

Law Enforcement Bias Towards Accusations Of Rape

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The historical law enforcement bias toward believing that any accusation of rape must be true has been even more pronounced […]

Washington State Supreme Court Holds Possession of Drugs Statute Unconstitutional

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February 25, 2021, the Washington State Supreme Court decided State v. Blake, 197 Wn. 2nd 170 (2021), holding that RCW […]

False Accusations of Rape and Domestic Assault Dismissed

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Second degree rape and Second degree assault charges arising out of an incident that occurred in September 2018 were recently […]

Child Pornography Sentencing Breakthrough

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For many years Steve Thayer has practiced on the cutting edge in defending child pornography cases. These cases are highly […]

Letter Of Thanks From One of Our Clients

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A Lawyer’s Reputation: Steven W. Thayer, P.S.

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A Law Firm Founded by Steven W. Thayer, P.S. Over the course of his career, Steve Thayer has represented many […]

Notable Case: Dismissal of Child Rape First Degree and Child Molestation First Degree

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Steven W. Thayer: Sex Crime Attorney in Vancouver, WA In March of 2020, Mr. Thayer obtained dismissal of First-Degree Child […]

DUI Defense Strategies: A Necessity Defense

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DUI Defense: Steven Thayer’s Creativity Over the last 40 years, Steve and Jacy Thayer have tried and won just about […]

Who Carries The Burden Of Proof For Self-Defense?

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On behalf of Steven W. Thayer, P.S. Criminal Defense Attorney on Saturday, May 11, 2019. Many criminal cases may rely, […]

A Police Ruse Does Not Replace Notice For The Knock And Wait Rule

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On behalf of Steven W. Thayer, P.S. Criminal Defense Attorney on Saturday, April 27, 2019. Police may try different tactics […]

Can A Concerted Effort To ‘Sniff’ For Probable Cause Go Too Far?

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On behalf of Steven W. Thayer, P.S. Criminal Defense Attorney on Thursday, April 25, 2019. To support probable cause, police […]

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