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Have you been charged with harassment in Washington State?

Our Washington harassment lawyers can help.

Harassment involves making threats of physical violence against another person, and it is commonly charged in cases of domestic violence, where one family member threatens to inflict injury or abuse upon another.

If you have been accused of committing this crime, your future may be in jeopardy, as you are at risk of receiving harsh punishments for a conviction. Washington criminal lawyerJason S. Newcombe has successfully represented many clients on charges similar to yours, and is ready to meet with you for a confidential consultation.

We are an established boutique law firm, with more than 30 years of combined criminal defense experience in Bellingham, Mount Vernon, Olympia, Everett, Tacoma, Bellevue and Seattle, and we will fight to help you avoid the negative consequences you face.

Chapter 9A.46.020 of the Revised Code of Washington lists the actions which will give rise to harassment charges, including threats to:

The prosecutor will have to prove that your actions or words placed the victim in fear that you would actually carry out the threat.

Our Washington harassment attorneys are ready to defend you.

If you were arrested for harassment, you most likely were served with a no-contact order upon your release from jail, prohibiting you from communicating with or coming near the alleged victim. It is vital that you abide by the terms you were given, as violation of no-contact orders or protection orders is a misdemeanor, punishable by up to 90 days in jail.

Harassment is a gross misdemeanor, with a penalty that includes up to a year in jail and a $5,000 fine. When you are charged with such a serious crime, you may feel that everyone is against you, but we are here to listen. We understand how worried you may be about your future, and are ready to help.

Contact a Washington harassment attorney today for a confidential consultation about the charges you face and to learn more about how we can help you.

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