Know Your Rights

Have you ever asked yourself, "What are my rights?" We have answers. What do I do if I'm stopped by the police? What if ICE comes to my house? What are my rights as a student in school? Where can I protest? Learn about your rights before you need them. Download our free guides and resources.
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Guide to Criminal Records & Employment in WA

This guide provides general information about the rights and responsibilities of people with a criminal record who are looking for a job. It is not intended to provide legal advice.

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Voting Rights Restoration in Washington State

Under Washington law, individuals convicted of felonies that have their right to vote automatically restored as soon as they have completed incarceration and any community custody required by the Department of Corrections. This brochure briefly explains the law and answers frequently asked questions.


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Defending Youth in Truancy Proceedings

This manual outlines the relevant rules of law and issues of strategic judgment involved at each stage of the truancy process. It is intended to be a resource for attorneys representing students at any stage of a truancy proceeding, with an emphasis on the issues and procedures that arise in the contempt phase.

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911 Good Samaritan Law Card

Help save lives. Download our free wallet card to learn more about how Washington's 911 Good Samaritan Law could protect you from prosecution for drug possession when reporting an overdose.

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El Restablecimiento Del Derecho a Votar en Washington

La asamblea legislativa de Washington recientemente aprobó una ley la cual automáticamente restaura el derecho a votar a personas culpables de delitos graves al haber cumplido su condena de prisión y período de supervisión comunitaria bajo la supervisión del Departamento Correccional. Esta ley entró en vigor el 26 de julio de 2009.

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Frequently Asked Questions About Voting Restoration in Washington

The 2009 Washington Legislature passed a new law that restores the right to vote automatically to people with felony convictions when they have completed their time in prison and have served any required community custody supervised by the State Department of Corrections (DOC).