DUI & Legal Support Services / Resources

Riverside Recovery Center Has Been a Leader in Legal Support Services in the Spokane Area

Here are a few reasons why:

– Immediate appointments for comprehensive diagnostic evaluations and treatment plans
– Client advocacy in court by Riverside Recovery Center staff at your discretion
– Incisive, individualized treatment plans and prompt status reports
– Insurance coverage by major health plans
– Treatment groups seven days a week

Need an Attorney?

Riverside Recovery Center can refer you to a Spokane area attorney, if you do not already have one.

Helping the Client, Helping the Attorney
Riverside Recovery Center is state licensed and has been a provider of court-monitored services for over 20 years.  We pride ourselves on expeditious assessment turnarounds and communication with attorneys and the criminal justice system.

Deferred Prosecution Program
An individual must be assessed at a dependency level in order to be eligible for a deferred prosecution program. Please consult with your attorney regarding the specifics of a deferred prosecution program. OR, If you do not have an attorney, we’ll refer you to a list of highly qualified attorneys that Riverside Recovery Center has partnered with for over 20 years while working in the criminal justice system.

Documents Needed for a Legal Assessment 

Photo ID

Insurance Card (we are in network with all major insurance carriers)

Defendant Case History (DCH)

Spokane Public Safety Building: Window 7
1100 West Mallon
Spokane, WA 99260
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Hours of operation: Tuesday, Thursday and Friday from 8:30am – 5:30pm

Cost: None

Police Report

Spokane Public Safety Building: Go through security and ask the Information Desk for directions
1100 West Mallon
Spokane, WA 99260
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Call Spokane Police Records: 509.625.4279

Citizens who call the Spokane Police Department Public Records line and request police reports now have the option to speak to a Records Specialist if they require assistance in making a public records request.

Cost: None

Driving Abstract

Available through Washington State Department of Licensing
Click for Washington State Department of Licensing locations
Cost: $13.00

Release of Information (ROI) Requirements

Designee Name*
Phone Number
Fax Number

*Designees typically include Attorney or Public Defender, Probation Officer or Community Corrections Officer (PO/CCO), Child Protective Services Case Worker, and family members and significant others.

If your current or previous charges (e.g., DUI, DV, other criminal charge[s]) occurred outside Washington state; you will need to bring in a Defendant Case History and Driving Abstract for all states that apply.  You will need to contact appropriate representatives from any applicable states in order to obtain these documents.