The following RCW sections, as currently enacted or as hereafter amended or recodified from time to time, are hereby adopted by reference and shall be given the same force and effect as if set forth herein in full:
Purposes – Principles of construction.
Classes of crimes.
People capable of committing crimes – Capability of children.
Common law to supplement statute.
Who amenable to criminal statutes.
Limitation of actions.
Application of general provisions of the code.
Proof beyond a reasonable doubt.
General requirements of culpability.
Liability for conduct of another – Complicity.
Corporate and personal liability.
Use of force – When lawful.
Action for being detained on mercantile establishment premises for investigation – “Reasonable grounds” as defense.
Use of force on children – Policy – Actions presumed unreasonable.
Assault in the fourth degree.
Interfering with the reporting of domestic violence.
Failing to summons assistance.
Failing to summons assistance – Penalty.
Custodial interference in the second degree.
Custodial interference – Assessment of costs – Defense – Consent defense, restricted.
Criminal mistreatment in the third degree.
Criminal mistreatment in the fourth degree.
Withdrawal of life support systems.
Defense of financial inability.
Abandonment of a dependent person in the third degree.
Abandonment of a dependent person – Defense.
Leaving a child in the care of a sex offender.
Defenses to prosecution under this chapter.
Sexual misconduct with a minor in the second degree.
Registration of sex offenders and kidnapping offenders – Procedures – Definition – Penalties.
Failure to register as sex offender or kidnapping offender.
Custodial sexual misconduct in the second degree.
Custodial sexual misconduct – Defense.
Definition – Penalties.
Place where committed.
Court-ordered requirements upon person charged with crime – Violation.
Arraignment – No-contact order.
Crimes included in harassment.
Order restricting contact – Violation.
Nonliability of peace officer.
“Convicted,” time when.
Reckless burning in the second degree.
Reckless burning – Defense.
Malicious mischief in the third degree.
Malicious mischief – “Physical damage” defined.
Criminal street gang tagging and graffiti.
Defacing a state monument.
Unlawful discharge of a laser in the second degree.
Interference with health care facility.
Other crime in committing burglary punishable.
Making or having burglar tools.
Criminal trespass in the first degree.
Criminal trespass in the second degree.
Criminal trespass – Defenses.
Vehicle prowling in the second degree.
Theft – Definition, defense.
Theft in the third degree.
Unlawful issuance of checks or drafts.
Making or possession motor vehicle theft tools.
Theft of rental, leased, or lease-purchased property.
Possessing stolen property – Definition – Presumption.
Possessing stolen property in the third degree.
Obscuring the identity of a machine.
Theft of subscription television services.
Forfeiture and disposal of device used to commit violation.
Connection of channel converter.
Shopping cart theft.
Credit, debit cards, checks, etc. – Definitions.
Possession of another’s identification.
Criminal impersonation in the second degree.
False academic credentials – Unlawful issuance or use – Definitions – Penalties.
Defrauding a public utility.
Defrauding a public utility in the third degree.
Restitution and costs.
Perjury and false swearing – Inconsistent statements – Degree of crime.
Perjury and false swearing – Retraction.
Perjury and false swearing – Irregularities no defense.
Statement of what one does not know to be true.
Unsworn statements, certification.
Tampering with physical evidence.
Obstructing a law enforcement officer.
Refusing to summon aid for a peace officer.
Rendering criminal assistance – Definition of term.
Rendering criminal assistance in the first degree.
Rendering criminal assistance in the second degree.
Rendering criminal assistance in the third degree.
Escape in the third degree.
Introducing contraband in the third degree.
Making a false or misleading statement to a public servant.
Failure to disperse.
Disclosing intimate images.
Prostitution – Sex of parties immaterial – No defense.
Patronizing a prostitute.
Additional fee assessments.
[Ord. 633 § 1, 2016; Ord. 526 § 2, 2010.]