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Malicious Mischief charges are taken very seriously in Washington State, especially if assigned a Domestic Violence designation. A person is guilty of malicious mischief if he/she knowingly and maliciously causes damage to the property of another. Malicious Mischief can be charged as either a Gross Misdemeanor or a C or B Felony. This will depend on the amount of damage that has occurred.
Violations of No Contact Orders in Washington State are taken very seriously and have the potential to lead to severe punishments. A person commits the crime of Violation of a No Contact Order if he/she knowingly and unlawfully does any of the acts that they were prohibited from doing in a valid No Contact Order. These usually include contacting a protected party, either directly or through a third person, or visiting the protected party’s residence or place of work.
Harassment charges are taken very seriously in Washington State, especially if they have been assigned a Domestic Violence designation.