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RCW 9A.56.040: Theft in the second degree

Theft in the second degree. (1) Except as provided in RCW 9A.56.400, a person is guilty of theft in the second degree if he or she commits theft of: (a) Property or services which exceed (s) seven hundred fifty dollars in value but does not exceed five thousand dollars in value, other than a firearm as defined in RCW 9.41.010 or a motor vehicle RCW 9A.56.310 Possessing a stolen firearm. (1) A person is guilty of possessing a stolen firearm if he or she possesses, carries, delivers, sells, or is in control of a stolen firearm. (2) This section applies regardless of the stolen firearm's value Unlawful firearms and parts contraband. 9.41.225. Use of machine gun or bump-fire stock in felony — Penalty. 9.41.230. Aiming or discharging firearms, dangerous weapons. 9.41.240. Possession of pistol or semiautomatic assault rifle by person from eighteen to twenty-one. 9.41.250. Dangerous weapons — Penalty

(2) (a) Community endangerment due to unsafe storage of a firearm in the first degree is a class C felony punishable according to chapter 9A.20 RCW. (b) Community endangerment due to unsafe storage of a firearm in the second degree is a gross misdemeanor punishable according to chapter 9A.20 RCW 9A.56.150. Possessing stolen property in the first degree — Other than firearm or motor vehicle. 9A.56.160. Possessing stolen property in the second degree — Other than firearm or motor vehicle. 9A.56.170. Possessing stolen property in the third degree. 9A.56.180. Obscuring the identity of a machine. 9A.56.190 (b) Unlawful possession of a firearm in the first degree is a class B felony punishable according to chapter 9A.20 RCW

Theft in the first degree. (1) Except as provided in RCW 9A.56.400, a person is guilty of theft in the first degree if he or she commits theft of: (a) Property or services which exceed (s) five thousand dollars in value other than a firearm as defined in RCW 9.41.010

RCW 9A.56.310: Possessing a stolen firearm

(1) If a respondent is found to have been in possession of a firearm in violation of RCW 9.41.040 (2) (a) (vi), the court shall impose a minimum disposition of ten days of confinement 2005 Washington Revised Code RCW 9A.56.300: Theft of a firearm. (1) A person is guilty of theft of a firearm if he or she commits a theft of any firearm. (2) This section applies regardless of the value of the firearm taken in the theft. (3) Each firearm taken in the theft under this section is a separate offense 9A.56.020 Theft -- Definition, defense. 9A.56.030 Theft in the first degree -- Other than firearm. 9A.56.040 Theft in the second degree -- Other than firearm. 9A.56.050 Theft in the third degree

(1) Antique firearm means a firearm or replica of a firearm not designed or redesigned for using rim fire or conventional center fire ignition with fixed ammunition and manufactured in or before 1898, including any matchlock, flintlock, percussion cap, or similar type of ignition system and also any firearm using fixed ammunition manufactured in or before 1898, for which ammunition is no. THEFT OF A FIREARM: RCW 9A.56.300 CLASS B- NONVIOLENT OFFENDER SCORING RCW 9.94A.525(7) If it was found that this offense was committed with sexual motivation (RCW 9.94A.533(8)) on or after 7/01/2006, use the General Nonviolent Offense with a Sexual Motivation Finding scoring form Report Firearms Theft or Loss Reporting for Federal Firearms Licensees Any Federal Firearms Licensee (FFL) who has knowledge of the theft or loss of any firearms from their inventory must report such theft or loss within 48 hours of discovery to ATF and to the local law enforcement agency It applies to weapons offenses under RCW Chapter 9.41, to firearm enhancements under RCW 9.94A.533 (3), to the crime of theft of a firearm under RCW 9A.56.300, and to the crime of possessing a stolen firearm under RCW 9A.56.310. A temporarily disabled or malfunctioning gun may still meet this statutory definition of firearm The statute explicitly provides that a defendant may be charged with theft of a firearm and possession of a stolen firearm, when appropriate, in addition to unlawful possession of a firearm in the first or second degree. RCW 9.41.040(6). Each firearm possessed is a separate offense. RCW 9.41.040(7)

Chapter 9.41 RCW: FIREARMS AND DANGEROUS WEAPON

  1. Possession of a stolen firearm and possession of a stolen motor vehicle are each addressed in a more specific statute. See RCW 9A.56.140 (possession of a stolen firearm); RCW 9A.56.068 (possession of a stolen motor vehicle.) These statutory exceptions are not included in the instruction above
  2. al liability, the WPI Committee believes that the exceptions are not essential elements of the offense
  3. 2005 Washington Revised Code RCW 9A.56.310: Possessing a stolen firearm. (1) A person is guilty of possessing a stolen firearm if he or she possesses, carries, delivers, sells, or is in control of a stolen firearm. (2) This section applies regardless of the stolen firearm's value
  4. als convicted of unlawful possession of a firearm and either possession of a stolen firearm or theft of a firearm, or both in RCW 9.41.040(6)
  5. al offenses in the past (as defined in RCW 9.41.040)
  6. Theft of a firearm is a separate offense that is ranked at a higher seriousness level than is first degree theft. See RCW 9.94A.515 (theft of a firearm is ranked at level VI; first degree theft is ranked at level II). Because the firearm exception thus acts as a ceiling for liability for first degree theft, the WPI Committee believes that the.

RCW 9.41.360: Unsafe storage of a firearm

2005 Washington Revised Code RCW 9.94A.533: Adjustments to standard sentences. (1) The provisions of this section apply to the standard sentence ranges determined by RCW 9.94A.510 or 9.94A.517. (2) For persons convicted of the anticipatory offenses of criminal attempt, solicitation, or conspiracy under chapter 9A.28 RCW, the standard sentence range is determined by locating the sentencing grid. Theft in the First Degree — Other than Firearm or Motor Vehicle. RCW 9A.56.030 A person is guilty of theft in the first degree if he or she commits theft of: Property or services which exceed (s) five thousand dollars in value other than a firearm FIREARMS - CRIMES - When convicted persons are entitled to restoration of firearm possession rights.1. RCW 9.41.040 defines the circumstances under which a person convicted of a misdemeanor might lose the right to possess a firearm and the circumstances in which such a right might be restored.2. If a person is convicted of a crime for which RCW 9.41.040 prescribes n

Chapter 9A.56 RCW: THEFT AND ROBBER

  1. firearm counted as part of the offender score under RCW 9.94A.525 and the individual has completed all conditions of the sentence. (5) In addition to any other penalty provided for by law, if a person under the age of eighteen years is found by a court to have possessed a firearm in a vehicle in violation of sub
  2. THEFT OF FIREARM, RCW 9A.56.300. In that the defendant, MICHAEL JAY TRESENRITER, in the County of Thurston, State of Washington, on or about June 23, 1997, as a principal or as an accomplice pursuant to RCW 9A.08.020, did commit a theft of or possess, sell, or deliver a stolen firearm regardless of value, to-wit: (name of specific firearm)
  3. The firearm theft statute (RCW 9A.56.300(3)), which provides that [e]ach firearm taken in [a] theft under this section is a separate offense, and the unlawful firearm possession statute (RCW 9.41.040(7)), which provides that [e]ach firearm unlawfully possessed under this section shall be a separate offense, do not preclude a court from.
  4. The issue here is whether RCW 9.94A.589(l)(c) requires consecutive sentences when a defendant is convicted of multiple counts of unlawful possession of a firearm, but is not convicted of either firearm theft or possession of a stolen firearm. The crux of the issue is whether RCW 9.94A.589(l)(c)'s second sentence functions independently of th
  5. To convict Zalozh of theft of a firearm, the State had to prove beyond a reasonable doubt that he committed theft of any firearm. RCW 9A.56.300(1). To prove theft, the State had to prove that Zalozh wrongfully obtain[ed] or exert[ed] unauthorized control over the property or service
  6. al offenses in the past (as defined in RCW 9.41.040)

Rape of a Child 3 (RCW 9A.44.079) Theft of a Firearm (RCW 9A.56.300) V. Abandonment of dependent person 1 (RCW 9A.42.060) Advancing money or property for extortionate extension of credit (RCW 9A.82.030) Bail Jumping with class A Felony (RCW 9A.76.170(2)(b) Child Molestation 3 (RCW 9A.44.089) Criminal Mistreatment 1 (RCW 9A.42.020 RCW 9.94A.589(1)(c) only requires trial courts to run sentences consecutively when a person is convicted of unlawful possession in addition to firearm theft or possession of a stolen firearm. RCW 9.94A.589(1)(c) does not apply here because the jury acquitted Mr. Haggin of possessing a stolen firearm and, therefore, the trial court erred when it. The Legislature subsequently amended the HTACA to read:If an offender is convicted under RCW 9.41.040 for unlawful possession of a firearm in the first or second degree and for the felony crimes of theft of a firearm or possession of a stolen firearm, or both, then the offender shall serve consecutive sentences for each conviction of the felony.

RCW 9.41.040: Unlawful possession of firearms—Ownership ..

This separates firearms from RCW 9A.56.030 and creates a new section, RCW 9A.56.300, Theft of a firearm 1975 The 1975 Laws made major changes to Washington's criminal law Legislative note: c260§ 9A.56.030 ESSB 2092: The first comprehensive review of the Washington Criminal Code since 1909 Legislature defines the three degrees of theft And. 12 taken in the theft. 13 (3) Each firearm taken in the theft under this section is a 14 separate offense. 15 (4)(a) For the purposes of this section, theft has the same meaning as defined in RCW 9A.56.02016 . 17 (b) The defense allowed against the prosecution for theft under 18 RCW 9A.56.020 shall apply to the crime of theft of a firearm RCW 9A.56.300(3), which states that [e]ach firearm taken in [a] theft under this section is a separate offense, does not preclude a court from counting multiple counts of the offense of firearm theft as a single offense for sentencing purposes under RCW 9.94A.400(l)(a) RCW 9.41.010 (any felony violation of chapter 9.41 RCW, drive-by shooting. theft of a firearm under RCW 9A.56.300, possession of a stolen firearm under RCW 9A.56.310, any felony offense committed while armed with a firearm) and the judge has ordered registration. If you reside in Washington, you are required to personally register with the.

Theft of a Firearm (RCW 9A.56.300) Unlawful Storage of Ammonia (RCW 69.55.020) 1 V Abandonment of dependent person 1 (RCW 9A.42.060) Advancing money or property for extortionate extension of credit (RCW 9A.82.030) Bail Jumping with class A Felony (RCW 9A.76.170(3)(b) a Under current Washington State law (RCW 9A.56.300) theft of any firearm is a class B felony offense and is placed at a seriousness level VI for sentencing. Evidence indicates that SSB 6406 would increase penalties for stealing a firearm fro Stealing a firearm carries a 5 year maximum. Larceny from a building is another charge that could apply and it carries a maximum penalty of 4 years in prison. If he is a felon, he could be charged with possession of a firearm by a felon which could result in 5 years in prison. Bear in mind that these are the maximum penalties, and that the. John is arrested for grand theft, a felony. The day the State Attorney's Office files an Information charging him with the offense he is conditionally restricted from purchasing a firearm. On day 1 he enters a plea and the court withholds the adjudication on the condition that he successfully complete 2-years of probation and pay.

RCW 13.40.193: Firearms—Length of confinement

(C) the property stolen is a firearm, as defined by Section 46.01; (D) the value of the property stolen is less than $2,500 and the defendant has been previously convicted two or more times of any grade of theft; (E) the property stolen is an official ballot or official carrier envelope for an election; o Prevent theft by storing firearms in a secure area while you're away from home. View a suicide awareness training. Locking and limiting access to firearms (and medications) is one of the most effective ways to prevent a suicide. You can find a training at SaferHomesCoalition.org. Washington Department of Fish and Wildlife Hunter Educatio Firearms in the possession of the Washington state patrol on or after May 7, 1993, that are judicially forfeited and no longer needed for evidence, or forfeited due to a failure to make a claim under RCW 63.35.020, must be disposed of as follows: (i) Firearms illegal for any person to possess must be destroyed; (ii) the Washington state patrol.

Sentencing and Punishment for Federal Firearms Crimes. Most federal firearm crimes are charged as a felony by a U.S. prosecuting attorney. Generally, if you are convicted of a felony pursuant to 18 U.S.C § 922, you can be sentenced to serve up to either 5 or 10 years in federal prison, as well as being ordered to pay a fine of up to $250,000. Revised Code of Washington - RCW Title 9A Washington Criminal Code - Chapter 9A.56 Theft And Robbery 9A.56.010 Definitions The following definitions are applicable in this chapter unless the context otherwise requires: (1) Access device means any card, plate, code, account number, or other. (3) Each firearm taken in the theft under this section is a separate offense. (4) The definition of theft and the defense allowed against the prosecution for theft under RCW 9A.56.020 shall apply to the crime of theft of a firearm. (5) As used in this section, firearm means any firearm as defined in RCW 9.41.010. (6) Theft of a firearm is a. Theft & Fraud - Misdemeanor or Felony. Washington state criminal penalties are divided into two general categories -- misdemeanors and felonies which are defined at RCW 9A.20.021.Misdemeanor crimes are filed in District and Municipal Court while felonies are filed in Superior court A lawful firearm owner is exempt from this law only if: 1. The firearm was in secure gun storage, or secured with a trigger lock or similar device. 2. The person is a minor and the access to the firearm is with the lawful permission of the prohibited person's parent or guardian AND supervised by an adult, or is in accordance with RCW 9.41.042 ; 3

RCW 9.41.047. Restoration of possession rights. (1) At the time a person is convicted or found not guilty by reason of insanity of an offense making the person ineligible to possess a firearm, or at the time a person is committed by court order under RCW 71.05.320, * 71.34.090, or chapter 10.77 RCW for mental health treatment, the convicting or. Secretary, Department of Social and Health Services Kathleen Turnbow Gongwei Chen State of Washington Caseload Forecast Council Council Staff Washington State Senator Director, Office of Financial Management Derek Stanford, Chair David Schumacher, Vice Chair Washington State Senato 15.215-POL. Washington courts may order parties to surrender firearms to local law enforcement officers. One such order is the Extreme Risk Protection Order. At the scene of a domestic violence call, officers may encounter consenting parties requesting, for personal safety reasons, to surrender non-evidentiary firearms Theft from a vulnerable adult in the first degree--Theft from a vulnerable adult in the second degree (1)(a) A person is guilty of theft from a vulnerable adult in the first degree if he or she commits theft of property or services that exceed(s) five thousand dollars in value, other than a firearm as defined in RCW 9.41.010, of a vulnerable adult 9.02.020 Adoption of sections of Revised Code of Washington not specifically set forth in KCC 9.02.030 through 9.02.620. 9.02.030 Session laws not yet codified. 9.02.040 RCW Title 2, entitled Courts of Record - Adoption by reference. 9.02.050 RCW Title 7, entitled Special Proceedings and Actions - Adoption by reference

Washington Revised Code RCW 9A

2005 Washington Revised Code RCW 9

Penal Code 487(d)(2) PC is the California statute that makes it a crime to commit grand theft of a firearm.The offense is a felony if the value of the firearm or firearms is more than $950.00 or if the defendant has certain prior convictions. Otherwise, the offense is a misdemeanor.. Prior to the passage of the voter initiative Proposition 47 in November of 2014, any theft of a firearm was. (ii) Any violent offense as defined by RCW 9.94A.030, excluding assault of a child 2 (RCW 9A.36.130); (iii) Deliver or possession with intent to deliver a controlled substance (Chapter 69.50 RCW); (iv) Any violation of the firearms and dangerous weapon act (Chapter 9.41 RCW); (v) Theft of a firearm (RCW 9A.56.300)

Chapter 9A.56 RCW: Theft and robbery :: Title 9A ..

  1. been modified pursuant to RCW 7.90.170 to remove any restrictions on firearm purchase, transfer, or possession. (c) Unlawful possession of a firearm in the second degree is a class C felony punishable according to chapter 9A.20 RCW. (3) Notwithstanding RCW 9.41.047 or any other provisions of law
  2. Theft in the second degree -- Other than firearm or motor vehicle (1) A person is guilty of theft in the second degree if he or she commits theft of: (a) Property or services which exceed(s) two hundred fifty dollars in value but does not exceed one thousand five hundred dollars in value, other than a firearm as defined in RCW 9.41.010 or a.
  3. What is the max punishment for B felony? 10 years $20,000. What is the max punishment for C felony? 5 years and or $10,000. What is the max punishment for Gross Misdemeanor? 364 days and or $5,000. What is the punishment for a misdemeanor? 90 days and or $1,000. What is an attempt of a crime
  4. Theft of a Firearm - RCW 9A.56.300. Class B Felony - Commits theft of a firearm. Possessing a Stolen Firearm - RCW 9A.56.310. Class B Felony - A person possess, carries, delivers, sells, or is in control of a stolen firearm. Theft of Motor Vehicle - RCW 9A.66.065
  5. Ref: RCW 9A.56. Theft of a Motor Vehicle - Penalties. If you are caught stealing an automobile, no matter the value you can be charged with this offense. Theft of a motor vehicle is a Class B felony carrying a potential sentence of up to one year in prison, fines, community service, and/or a potential term of community supervision (probation)
  6. 6 underlying offense is subject to a firearm enhancement. If the 7 offender or an accomplice was armed with a firearm as defined in RCW 8 9.41.010 and the offender is being sentenced for an anticipatory 9 offense under chapter 9A.28 RCW to commit one of the crimes listed in 10 this subsection as eligible for any firearm enhancements, th
  7. THEFT OF FIREARM RCW 9A.56.300 . ELEMENTS. 1. The suspect obtained control over a firearm (a weapon from which a projectile may be fired by an explosive such as gunpowder) that belonged to another; AND . 2. the suspect did so by . a) wrongfully obtaining or exerting unauthorized control over the firearm; OR

RCW 9.41.010: Terms defined

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  1. RCW 9.41.040(1)-(2). A person must not possess a firearm if any of the prohibiting criteria of RCW 9.41.040 above apply to him or her. It is important to understand that what constitutes a conviction for purposes of RCW 9.41.040 is broad. A conviction includes a verdict of guilty or a plea of guilty in either the adult or juvenile.
  2. al attempt is calculated by deter
  3. To restore the right to possess a firearm, a person must petition a court under RCW 9.41.040. And to be eligible, the crime must not be a serious felony, as defined by RCW 9.41.010(16)
  4. THEFT. 18-2407. Grading of theft. Theft is divided into two (2) degrees, grand theft and petit theft. (1) Grand theft. (a) A person is guilty of grand theft when he commits a theft as defined in this chapter and when the property, regardless of its nature and value, is obtained by extortion committed by instilling in the victim a fear that the.
  5. Change of Venue Transfer Fee (Copy fees, if applicable, are in addition) RCW 36.18.016 (19) $240.00. $260.00. Change of Venue: Civil (make check payable to the Clerk of County to which case is transferred) Domestic (make check payable to the Clerk of County to which case is transferred) RCW 4.12.090 - 100; RCW 36.18.016 (16)
  6. First-degree theft involves stolen property or services worth over $5,000. Regardless of value, stealing a firearm or motor vehicle or taking property of any value directly from a person constitutes a class B felony. A defendant guilty of any of these class B felony thefts faces up to 20 years in prison and a $20,000 fine
  7. [3] A person previously convicted of a serious offense who possesses a firearm is subject to charges for unlawful possession of a firearm in the first degree, and a person convicted of any other felony or the misdemeanors identified in RCW 9.41.040(2)(a)(i) is subject to unlawful possession of a firearm in the second degree. RCW 9.41.040.

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  1. §95.1. Possession of firearm or carrying concealed weapon by a person convicted of certain felonies A. It is unlawful for any person who has been convicted of, or has been found not guilty by reason of insanity for, a crime of violence as defined in R.S. 14:2(B) which is a felony or simple burglary, burglary of a pharmacy, burglary of an inhabited dwelling, unauthorized entry of an inhabited.
  2. eligible to possess a firearm under RCW 9.41.040, as provided in subsection (3)(b) of this section; or (c) The requirements or time periods in RCW 9.41.092 have bee
  3. Theft First Degree Excluding Firearm and Motor Vehicle: Theft of a Firearm: Theft of a Motor Vehicle: Theft of Ammonia: Theft of Livestock First Degree: Theft of Livestock Second Degree: Theft of Rental, Leased, Lease-Purchased or Loaned Property: Theft Second Degree Excluding Firearm and Motor Vehicle: Theft with Intent to Resell First Degre
  4. For statutory provisions regarding the use of firearms to intimidate, see RCW 9.41.270. For statutory provisions on arson, reckless burning and malicious mischief, see chapter 9A.48 RCW; on fraud, chapter 9A.60 RCW; on burglary and trespass, chapter 9A.52 RCW; and on theft and robbery, chapter 9A.56 RCW
  5. Unlawful possession of a firearm in the first degree is a class B felony, which RCW §9A.20.021 defines as punishable by up to ten years in prison, a maximum fine of $20,000, or both. Unlawful Possession of a Firearm in the Second Degree: According to RCW §9.41.040, a person commits the offense of unlawful possession of a firearm in the second.
  6. g or discharging of a firearm or dangerous weapon includes: (1) For conduct not amounting to a violation of chapter 9A.36 RCW, any person who: (a) Aims any firearm, whether loaded or not, at or towards any human being
  7. Firearm, Explosives & Ammunition Possession. Individuals supervised by the Department of Corrections (DOC) shall not own, use, or possess firearms, ammunition, or explosives (RCW 9.41.045, RCW 9.94A.706).Individuals releasing from prison should communicate with Department release planners, community corrections officers, as well as their family and friends, to make plans to avoid firearms.

If the offender or an accomplice was armed with a deadly weapon other than a firearm as defined in RCW 9.41.010 and the offender is being sentenced for an anticipatory offense under chapter 9A.28 RCW to commit one of the crimes listed in this subsection as eligible for any deadly weapon enhancements, the following additional times shall be. The subject of the theft is a firearm or explosive; (e) The subject of the theft is a livestock animal, a companion animal or a wild animal removed from habitat or born of a wild animal removed from habitat, pursuant to ORS 497.308 (Wildlife holding and habitat removal permits) (2)(c); or (f) The subject of the theft is a precursor substance. (2 Here in Washington, most state firearm laws are found in the Revised Code of Washington (RCW Chapter 9.41) while many federal laws and regulations are listed in the United States Code. Although these two legal reference sources are informative, they are not all-inclusive, and additional firearm restrictions apply in certain cases Theft of a Firearm (RCW 9A.56.300) Theft from a Vulnerable Adult 1 (RCW 9A.56.400(1)) Unlawful Storage of Ammonia (RCW 69.55.020) V. Abandonment of Dependent Person 2 (RCW 9A.42.070) Advancing money or property for extortionate extension of credit (RCW 9A.82.030 property crimes under RCW 9.56 for Theft 1° and 2°; Possession of Stolen Property 1° and 2° (for non-vehicle or firearm); Theft of Rental or leased Property and Organized Retail Theft 1°. ♦ Increased the dollar values under RCW 9A.48 for Malicious Mischief 1° and 2°. ♦ This act applies to crimes committed on or 19 afte

RCW 13.40.265: Firearm, alcohol, and drug violations Firearms offenses RCW 9.41.040: Unlawful possession of firearms — Ownership, possession by certain persons — Penaltie x 2020 Washington State Adult Sentencing Guidelines Manual, ver 20201103 Drug Offense Sentencing Grid A for Offenses Committed on or after July 1, 2003 an It is unlawful to shoot or discharge any firearm, pistol, rifle or similar device anywhere within the corporate limits of the city other than for the purposes of exercising the rights specified in RCW 9A.16.020. For the purposes of this section, pistol and rifle shall include but are not limited to rifles, shotguns, pellet guns, BB guns, air. 15 In Watkins and Schmidt the predicate crimes (a felony drug offense, second degree assault, and first degree theft) were not violations of former RCW 9.41.040 when committed. After the commission of the predicate offenses, the legislature amended chapter 9.41 RCW prohibiting persons convicted of these crimes from possessing firearms

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Juvenile Domestic Violence: Any person under the age of eighteen (18) years presented for assaulting a family or household member as defined in RCW 10.99.020 (see Addendum 2) shall be detained for judicial review or screened into the Family Intervention and Restorative Services (FIRS) Center [J]FELONY FIREARM REGISTRATION I have been informed if the court finds me guilty of a felony firearm offense as defined by RCW 9.41.010 [Any felony offense under RCW 9.41, Theft of a Firearm under RCW 9A.56.300, Possession of a Stolen Firearm under RCW 9A.56.310, or any felony in whic Third Degree Theft (aka Theft 3) is a gross misdemeanor. First-Degree Theft (RCW §9A.56.030) may be charged if the property or services stolen: Exceeds $5,000 in value (other than a firearm) Includes property of any value (other than a firearm or motor vehicle) taken from another person; Includes a search and rescue dog while the dog is on dut

RCW 9A.56.096 Theft of rental, leased, lease-purchased, or loaned property. This is a crime. He was charged with a crime for not returning furniture to this furniture store. He retained me as a Theft of rental property Attorney. It seems incredible to me that this is a criminal charge of Theft of rental Property sion—2010 c 161: See notes following RCW 46.04.013. Additional notes found at www.leg.wa.gov 46.01.04046.01.040 Powers, duties, and functions relating to motor vehic46.01.040 Powers, duties, le laws vested in department. and functions relating t

Laws Concerning Firearms in Washington: RCW 9.41: Firearms and dangerous weapons; RCW 9.41.110: Firearms dealers license; RCW 9.41.070: Concealed pistol license; Requirements for a Concealed Weapon Permit: Be 21 years of age or older at time of application RCW 10.31.100. gives us authority to arrest - felonies w/ PC Theft of a Firearm. commits theft of any firearm, regardless of $ amount - each firearm taken in theft is a separate offense - class B felony. Theft 3rd - 10 or more merchandise pallets/beverage crate 1981 (SRA), ch. 9.94A RCW, is constitutionally permissible provided thatthe State proves their existence by a preponderance of the evidence. State v. Ford, 137 Wn.2d 472, 479-80, 973 P.2d 452 (1999). The best evidence of a prior conviction is a certified copy of the judgment. Ford, 137 Wn.2d at 480 (citing State v Opinion for State v. Nguyen, 142 P.3d 1117 — Brought to you by Free Law Project, a non-profit dedicated to creating high quality open legal information