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Washington State Trooper Resigns Over Allegations of Sex With DUI Suspect

Posted by Aaron J. Wolff | Feb 22, 2013 | 0 Comments

A Washington state trooper resigned from his position over allegations that he had sex with a DUI suspect, reports the AP.

The state trooper from Yakima, Travis Lamb, was being investigated for having sex with a woman after a drunk driving arrest. Lamb was reportedly performing an investigation of the drunk driving incident. While off-duty, the uniformed Lamb went to the woman's house after she was released from jail. The two then allegedly had sex.

It goes without saying that Lamb is accused of violating the department conduct rules. However, he was not charged with any crimes.

Drunk Driving Investigation

Generally, law enforcement has all the evidence they need for a drunk driving charge after the suspect has either taken or refused a breath or blood test.

Sometimes, police officers are generous in providing a ride home to a DUI suspect.  This case is different as the Trooper had already booked the suspect into jail.  He paid a visit to her home after she was released from jail.  As this was deemed consensual in nature, the Trooper did violate any crime yet his actions warranted him being relieved from serving in law enforcement.

In the decade I have spent both as a prosecutor and DUI lawyer, I have heard of no more than a handful of similar incidences in Washington State. I would venture to guess that most police officers would agree that this conduct is highly irregular and not acceptable.

Working With a Seattle DUI Attorney

If you have been arrested with a DUI in the Seattle or King County areas, it is important that you quickly contact a DUI attorney. An attorney can explain to you the steps of the DUI criminal process including the proper steps of the investigation. .

An attorney can also review the charges against you and the evidence supporting the prosecutor's case. An experienced attorney can outline your defenses and represent you in dealing with all aspects of both the criminal and civil proceedings.

If you have been charged with a DUI, you should consider contacting the attorneys at Wolff Criminal Defense. We pride ourselves on being relentless advocates with over a decade of experience and award winning reviews. Contact directly  425-294-2000 to schedule a free consultation.

About the Author

Aaron J. Wolff

A former DUI prosecutor, Aaron Wolff has over 18 years of experience in representing people accused of DUI and is recognized as one of the leading defense lawyers in Washington State. His relentless and passionate advocacy has lead to superb ratings and outstanding reviews from former clients.


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