- Murder 1st, 2nd
- Homicide by abuse
- Manslaughter 1st, 2nd
9A.36 Assault-Physical Harm
- Assault 1,2,3,4
- Drive-by shooting
- Reckless Endangerment
- Promoting a Suicide Attempt
- Malicious Harassment
- Governor and family threats
- Custodial Assault
- Assault of a child 1,2,3
- Interfering with reporting of DV
- Failing to summon assistance
9A.40 KIDNAPPING, UNLAWFUL IMPRISONMENT, CUSTODIAL INTERFERENCE, LURING, TRAFFICKING, AND COERCION OF INVOLUNTARY SERVITUDE
Custodial interference 1,2
Coercion of involuntary servitude
9A.42 CRIMINAL MISTREATMENT
Criminal mistreatment 1,2,3,4
Arresting officer, notification (LEO must notify CPS)for this charge when arresting
Withdrawal of life support systems
Abandonment of a dependent person 1,2,3
Endangerment with a controlled substance
Leaving a child in the care of a sex offender
9A.44 SEX OFFENSES
Rape of a child 1,2,3
Child molestation 1,2,3
Sexual misconduct with a minor 1,2
Sexually violating human remains
Registration of sex offenders and kidnapping offenders
Failure to register as sex offender or kidnapping offender
Attendance, employment of registered sex offenders and kidnapping offenders at institutions of higher education -- Notice to school districts, principal, department of public safety at institution -- Confidentiality
Registration of sex offenders and kidnapping offenders -- Duty to register
Investigation -- End of duty to register -- Removal from registry -- Civil liability
Relief from duty to register -- Petition -- Exceptions
Relief from duty to register for sex offense or kidnapping offense committed when offender was a juvenile -- Petition -- Exception
Notification to offenders of changed requirements and ability to petition for relief from registration
Custodial sexual misconduct 1,2
Criminal trespass against children.
Place where committed
Court-ordered requirements upon person charged with crime -- Violation
Arraignment -- No-contact order
Crimes included in harassment
Enforcement of orders restricting contact
Order restricting contact -- Violation
Stalking no-contact orders--Appearance before magistrate required
Nonliability of peace officer
"Convicted," time when
Criminal gang intimidation.
9A.48 ARSON, RECKLESS BURNING, AND MALICIOUS MISCHIEF
Reckless burning 1,2
Malicious mischief 1,2,3
Criminal street gang tagging and graffiti
9A.52 BURGLARY AND TRESPASS
Inference of intent
Other crime in committing burglary punishable
Making or having burglar tools
Criminal trespass 1,2
Vehicle prowling 1,2
Computer trespass 1,2
Computer trespass -- Commission of other crime.
9A.56 Theft and Robbery
- Theft 1,2,3
- Unlawful issuance of checks or drafts
Making or possessing motor vehicle theft tools
Theft of motor vehicle
Possession of stolen vehicle
Taking motor vehicle without permission 1,2
Motor vehicle crimes -- Civil action
Theft of livestock 1,2
Theft of rental, leased, lease-purchased, or loaned property
Theft and larceny equated
Possessing stolen property -- Definition -- Presumption
Possessing stolen property 1,2,3
Obscuring the identity of a machine
Theft of subscription television services
Unlawful sale of subscription television services
Connection of channel converter
Theft of telecommunication services
Shopping cart theft
Credit, payment cards -- Unlawful factoring of transactions
Theft of a firearm
Possessing a stolen firearm
Financial fraud -- Unlawful possession, production of instruments
Possession of another's identification
Theft with the intent to resell
Organized retail theft
Retail theft with special circumstances
Possession of stolen mail
Mail theft -- Possession of stolen mail -- Commission of other crime.
Obtaining a signature by deception or duress
Criminal impersonation 1,2
Fraudulent creation or revocation of a mental health advance directive.
9A.61 DEFRAUDING A PUBLIC UTILITY
- Defrauding a public utility
- 1($1500 or furtherance criminal activity)
9A.64 FAMILY OFFENSES
Bigamy-married more than once
Incest 1 (sexual intercourse) related
Incest 2 (sexual contact) related
Child selling or buying
BRIBERY AND CORRUPT INFLUENCE
Requesting unlawful compensation
Receiving or granting unlawful compensation
Trading in public office
Trading in special influence
Obstructing a law enforcement officer
If the person willfully hinders, delays, or obstructs a LEO in the performance of his official powers or duties
"Law enforcement officer" means any general authority, limited authority, or specially commissioned Washington officer.
Disarming a law enforcement or corrections officer
Person knowingly removes a firearm or weapon from the officer or deprives use of a firearm or weapon, when the officer is acting within the scope of the officer's duties, and the person has reasonable cause to know or knows that is a law enforcement or corrections officer.
Except as in (b) this is a class C felony.
(b) class B felony if the firearm involved is discharged when the person removes the firearm.
If the firearm is used in another crime the suspect may be punished for both crimes committed.
9A.76.030 Refusing to summon aid for a peace officer.
If, upon request by a person he or she knows to be a peace officer, he or she unreasonably refuses or fails to summon aid for such peace officer.
Intentionally prevents or attempts to prevent a peace officer from lawfully arresting him or her.
9A.76.050 Rendering criminal assistance 1st
he or she helps suspect wanted for murder in the first degree or any class A felony or equivalent juvenile offense.
Except as provided in (b) of this subsection, rendering criminal assistance in the first degree is a class B felony.
(b) gross misdemeanor if it is established by a preponderance of the evidence that the actor is a relative and under the age of eighteen at the time of the offense..
Rendering criminal assistance 2nd
he or she renders criminal assistance to a person who has committed or is being sought for a class B or class C felony or an equivalent juvenile offense or to someone being sought for violation of parole, probation, or community supervision.
Except as provided in (b) of this subsection, rendering criminal assistance in the second degree is a gross misdemeanor.
Misdemeanor if related.
Rendering criminal assistance in the third degree
he or she renders criminal assistance to a person who has committed a gross misdemeanor or misdemeanor.
Rendering criminal assistance in the third degree is a misdemeanor.
(a) He or she requests, accepts, or agrees to accept any pecuniary benefit pursuant to an agreement or understanding that he or she will refrain from initiating a prosecution for a crime; or
(b) He or she confers, or offers or agrees to confer, any pecuniary benefit upon another pursuant to an agreement or understanding that such other person will refrain from initiating a prosecution for a crime.
(2) In any prosecution under this section, it is a defense if established by a preponderance of the evidence that the pecuniary benefit did not exceed an amount which the defendant reasonably believed to be due as restitution or indemnification for harm caused by the crime.
(3) Compounding is a gross misdemeanor.
he or she knowingly escapes from custody or a detention facility while being detained pursuant to a conviction of a felony or an equivalent juvenile offense.
Defense-to a prosecution under this section that uncontrollable circumstances prevented the person from remaining in custody or in the detention facility or from returning to custody or to the detention facility, and that the person did not contribute to the creation of such circumstances in reckless disregard of the requirement to remain or return, and that the person returned to custody or the detention facility as soon as such circumstances ceased to exist. class B felony.
Sexually violent predator escape
Having been found to be a sexually violent predator and confined to the special commitment center or another secure facility under court order, the person escapes from the secure facility;
(b) Having been found to be a sexually violent predator and being under an order of conditional release, the person leaves or remains absent from the state of Washington without prior court authorization; or
(c) Having been found to be a sexually violent predator and being under an order of conditional release, the person:
(i) Without authorization, leaves or remains absent from his or her residence, place of employment, educational institution, or authorized outing;
(ii) tampers with his or her electronic monitoring device or removes it without authorization; or
(iii) escapes from his or her escort.
class A felony
9A.76.120 Escape 2nd
- He or she knowingly escapes from a detention facility; or Having been charged with a felony or an equivalent juvenile offense, he or she knowingly escapes from custody; or Having been committed for a sex, violent, or felony harassment offense and being under an order of conditional release, he or she knowingly leaves or remains absent from the state of Washington without prior court authorization.
- class C felony.
A person is guilty of escape in the third degree if he or she escapes from custody.
Escape in the third degree is a gross misdemeanor.
Introducing contraband 1st
- he or she knowingly provides any deadly weapon to any person confined in a detention facility or secure facility under chapter 71.09 RCW.
- class B felony
Introducing Contraband 2nd
he or she knowingly and unlawfully provides contraband to any person confined in a detention facility or secure facility under chapter 71.09 RCW with the intent that such contraband be of assistance in an escape or in the commission of a crime.
class C felony
Introducing contraband 3rd
if he or she knowingly and unlawfully provides contraband to any person confined in a detention facility or secure facility under chapter 71.09 RCW.
Making a false or misleading statement to a public servant.
A person who knowingly makes a false or misleading material statement to a public servant is guilty of a gross misdemeanor. "Material statement" means a written or oral statement reasonably likely to be relied upon by a public servant in the discharge of his or her official powers or duties.
Harming a police dog
(1) A person is guilty of harming a police dog, accelerant detection dog, or police horse, if he or she maliciously injures, disables, shoots, or kills by any means any dog or horse that the person knows or has reason to know to be a police dog or accelerant detection dog, as defined in RCW 4.24.410, or police horse, as defined in subsection (2) of this section, whether or not the dog or horse is actually engaged in police or accelerant detection work at the time of the injury. (2) "Police horse" means any horse used or kept for use by a law enforcement officer in discharging any legal duty or power of his or her office. (3) Harming a police dog, accelerant detection dog, or police horse is a class C felony. (4)(a) In addition to the criminal penalty provided in this section for harming a police dog: (i) The court may impose a civil penalty of up to five thousand dollars for harming a police dog. (ii) The court shall impose a civil penalty of at least five thousand dollars and may increase the penalty up to a maximum of ten thousand dollars for killing a police dog. (b) Moneys collected must be distributed to the jurisdiction that owns the police dog.
Failure to disperse
Acting with three or more other persons, he or she knowingly and unlawfully uses or threatens to use force, or in any way participates in the use of such force, against any other person or against property.
Except as provided in (b) of this subsection, the crime of criminal mischief is a gross misdemeanor.
class C felony if the actor is armed with a deadly weapon.
Failure to disperse
He or she congregates with a group of three or more other persons and there are acts of conduct within that group which create a substantial risk of causing injury to any person, or substantial harm to property; and He or she refuses or fails to disperse when ordered to do so by a peace officer or other public servant engaged in enforcing or executing the law.
Uses abusive language and thereby intentionally creates a risk of assault;
Intentionally disrupts any lawful assembly or meeting of persons without lawful authority;
Intentionally obstructs vehicular or pedestrian traffic without lawful authority; or
Intentionally engages in fighting or in tumultuous conduct or makes unreasonable noise, within five hundred feet of:
The location where a funeral or burial is being performed;
A funeral home during the viewing of a deceased person;
A funeral procession, if the person described in this subsection, knows that the funeral procession is taking place; or
A building in which a funeral or memorial service is being conducted; and
Knows that the activity adversely affects the funeral, burial, viewing, funeral procession, or memorial service.
- if with knowledge that the information reported, conveyed, or circulated is false, he or she initiates or circulates a false report or warning of an alleged occurrence or impending occurrence of a fire, explosion, crime, catastrophe, or emergency knowing that such false report is likely to cause evacuation of a building, place of assembly, or transportation facility, or to cause public inconvenience or alarm.
INDECENT EXPOSURE — PROSTITUTION
(Formerly Public indecency — Prostitution)
Prostitution -- Sex of parties immaterial -- No defense
Promoting prostitution 1,2
Promoting travel for prostitution
Patronizing a prostitute
Vehicle impoundment -- Fees -- Fines
Seizure and forfeiture
he or she intentionally makes any open and obscene exposure of his or her person or the person of another knowing that such conduct is likely to cause reasonable affront or alarm. The act of breastfeeding or expressing breast milk is not indecent exposure.
Indecent exposure is a misdemeanor.
Indecent exposure is a gross misdemeanor on the first offense if the person exposes himself or herself to a person under the age of fourteen years.
Indecent exposure is a class C felony if the person has previously been convicted under this section or of a sex offense.
A person is guilty of prostitution if such person engages or agrees or offers to engage in sexual conduct with another person in return for a fee.
Promoting Prostitution 1st
If he or she knowingly advances prostitution: By compelling a person by threat or force to engage in prostitution or profits from prostitution which results from such threat or force; or
By compelling a person with a mental incapacity or developmental disability that renders the person incapable of consent to engage in prostitution or profits from prostitution that results from such compulsion.
class B felony.
Promoting Prostitution 2nd
he or she knowingly: Profits from prostitution; or Advances prostitution.
class C felony.
Promoting travel for prostitution
knowingly sells or offers to sell travel services that include or facilitate travel for the purpose of engaging in what would be patronizing a prostitute or promoting prostitution, if occurring in the state.
class C felony
having possession or control of premises which he or she knows are being used for prostitution purposes, he or she fails without lawful excuse to make reasonable effort to halt or abate such use.
Patronizing a prostitute
Pursuant to a prior understanding, he or she pays a fee to another person as compensation for such person or a third person having engaged in sexual conduct with him or her; or He or she pays or agrees to pay a fee to another person pursuant to an understanding that in return therefor such person will engage in sexual conduct with him or her; or He or she solicits or requests another person to engage in sexual conduct with him or her in return for a fee.