Stranger things

Last week, for the first time ever, I rented a car from a fellow named Jimmy who was a complete stranger to me. Of course, over the past year I’ve gotten a little used to strange. I now know that Turo, the AirBnB of car rentals, has been around for Read more…

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Hibachi-style giving

Not your typical charity When we were talking about giving back to the local Tri-Cities community, I have to admit that a hibachi-style meal through Hibachi Catering Tri-Cities wasn’t the first thing on my mind. And if you’ve ever seen a talented chef like Ivan, you’d realize that the entertainment Read more…

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For the Safety of Teen Drivers

Teenagers by and large have a reputation for being reckless and irresponsible drivers. It’s not a generalization. There is huge amount of data backing up the fact that teenagers are more dangerous behind the wheel. Here are a couple of scary national statistics: In 2015 alone, almost 3,000 teens were Read more…

Eyes in the sky

How important is your privacy to you? And what would you define as a violation of that privacy?  If your neighbor climbed over your fence into your backyard and peered into your window, would you not almost certainly be offended? Without any doubt, this person would be breaking multiple laws Read more…

Driving in the rain

It has been a rainy October for the Tri-Cities – record levels of rainfall have been documented this month. Over the past few weeks, most of the days have been overcast and gray, raining off and on. Last Thursday, as I was driving through pouring rain from Kennewick to Walla Read more…

With great power comes great responsibility

 “With great power comes great responsibility”— I know, I know, that’s a quote most popularly attributed to a Spiderman comic book, but it’s true. When one has it in their power to be able to help others, one should not take this responsibility lightly. That’s why I have committed myself to being of service to my community. 

Mock Trial, anyone?

We just concluded a mock trial for one of our clients. Yes, that’s the same “mock” meaning “to make fun of”, but we weren’t making fun of trial. We were preparing for trial. You see, we often have a really hard time knowing what potential jurors are going to think Read more…