Sedro-Woolley Municipal Court

The Sedro-Woolley Municipal Court hears misdemeanor and gross misdemeanor cases involving violations of city ordinances. These cases involve crimes such as theft, assault, domestic violence, disorderly conduct, malicious mischief, hit and run, and reckless driving.

The Municipal Court also hears DUI cases, which are one of the most common crimes charged in Skagit County.

The Sedro-Woolley Municipal Court is typically in session on Thursdays from 8:30 a.m. to 12:00 p.m. and from 1:30 p.m. to 3:30 p.m. The court’s calendar is accessible online, and you can search for information about your case.

Common Misdemeanor Cases Heard in Sedro-Woolley Municipal Court

DUI and Physical Control

Charges of driving under the influence (DUI) and physical control are misdemeanor crimes that are heard in municipal court. They are punishable by up to 364 days in jail and a fine of up to $5,000, plus suspension of your driver’s license, mandatory installation of an ignition interlock device (IID), and chemical dependency evaluation and treatment.

Theft and Shoplifting

Washington categorizes theft offenses based on the value of the property stolen. If the value of the stolen property is less than $750, the case will be charged as a gross misdemeanor and will be heard in municipal court. Theft is a gross misdemeanor punishable by up to 364 days in jail and a fine of up to $5,000.

Assault

Gross misdemeanor assault is the least severe form of assault and involves the unwanted touching of another person. The penalties for misdemeanor assault can be up to 364 days in jail and a fine of up to $5,000.

Disorderly Conduct

Disorderly conduct covers a wide range of behaviors that involve a public disturbance or breach of the peace. These charges generally involve abusive language that could lead to an assault, a disturbance at a public meeting, disruption of traffic, or disturbing a funeral.

Domestic Violence

Charges of domestic violence involve crimes that are committed against a family member, someone with whom you share or have shared a household, or someone with whom you share a child. Domestic violence is not a crime in itself. Instead, it is a tag that attaches to a crime that was committed against a family or household member, or intimate partner, that can lead to a number of collateral consequences, potential loss of firearms rights, and 60 months of probation.

The Campbell Law Firm: Your Defense Against Misdemeanor Criminal Charges in Sedro-Woolley Municipal Court

If you have been charged with a crime in Sedro-Woolley Municipal Court, you need a lawyer who knows the local court and will carefully analyze the charges against you and work to minimize the severity of any punishment you might face.

Misdemeanor criminal charges are serious and can have a long-lasting impact. Give yourself the best chance of beating the charge by working with an experienced Sedro-Woolley criminal defense attorney.

Sedor-Woolley criminal defense attorney Justin Campbell will independently investigate the charges and the evidence, work with forensic investigators and other experts as necessary, and identify inconsistencies in the prosecution’s case that can be used to present a strong defense.

Proudly Serving Skagit County Since 2014

The Campbell Law Firm is located in Anacortes and proudly serves people facing criminal charges in Sedro-Woolley Municipal Court. His office is located at 1101 8th Street in Anacortes, on the corner of O Avenue and 8th Street, and he has easy access to courthouses throughout Skagit County.

The Sedro-Woolley Municipal Courthouse, located at 325 Metcalf Street, is a short drive from his office. The courthouse is located on the West side of the street, North of the intersection of Murdock Street and Munro Street, and south of Tesarik Field and the Sedro-Woolley Skatepark. Parking is available in the front of the building.

Learn more about Justin Campbell and the cases he handles, then contact the Campbell Law Firm online or call us at (360) 588-4111 to schedule a free 90-minute consultation to discuss your case and how we can help.