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Reckless Burning in Washington State
Reckless Burning in Washington State

Reckless Burning is a serious crime in Washington, especially when the fire causes wide-scale damage to state or private property. First, what is Reckless Burning? Under RCW 9A.48.040, Reckless Burning in the first degree is a class C felony, and occurs when a person ...

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    Reckless Burning in Washington State

    Reckless Burning is a serious crime in Washington, especially when the fire causes wide-scale damage to state or private property. First, what is Reckless Burning? Under RCW 9A.48.040, Reckless ...

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  • Fireworks Charges in Washington State
    Fireworks Charges in Washington State

    Washington Firework Regulations Fireworks are legal in Washington state under RCW 70.77.111 when used in compliance with regulatory state laws. However, some cities and counties have more restrictive ...

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    Law of Citizen Arrests in Washington State

    Citizen arrests powers are not something you thing about every day. Typically, if you have an issue with something or someone, you call the police. But what if the police are not available or not ...

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    Searches of Dorm Rooms in Washington State

    If you live in University Housing, whether that is in on-campus apartments or in residence halls, you have a recognized constitutional right to privacy. The 4 th Amendment of the U.S. Constitution ...

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    Supreme Court Conducts Oral Argument Via Livestream

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