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ResourcesWashington Criminal Defense Magazine is published every quarter.  This magazine, co-published with WACDL, includes articles written by some of Washington's outstanding defense attorneys.

WDA has published a number of training manuals that are available to members.  Most are available online.  Contact the office by phone or by e-mail for a copy of any of the publications that are not available online.

This manual provides an overview and discussion of various sentencing strategies and options. It is available to members only.
This manual is an overview of the consequences of a conviction and what an an attorney needs to know to provide competent counsel on sentencing issues.  It is available to the public. This manual is about the long term impact of a juvenile record and concerns what defense attorneys need to know about Collateral and other non-confinement consequences of juvenile adjudications.  It is available to the public. This manual is an overview of some of the issues that arise in defending a domestic violence case.  It is available to members only.
  • Defense of a Drug Case
This publication is a comprehensive overview of the issues that arise when defending a drug case in Washington State.  This manual is not currently available on-line as it is in the process of being updated.  For a copy of the 1995 version, please contact WDA.  This manual is available for members only. This manual focuses on statutory construction under Washington law.  This document is available to members and indigent defenders in Washington State. This manual focuses on challenging DWLS charges in Washington State.  This publication is available to members and indigent defenders in Washington State.

This publication includes numerous arguments challenging searches and seizures.  It is available to all members and indigent defenders in Washington. 

This publication is a practical guide for investigators and attorneys who work with them, covering topics including: how to develop an investigation, take a statement, the ethics of investigation, and the need for safety. It also includes sample questions that investigators can use to prepare an investigation. 

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