Intimidating a public servant rcw
9.68A.090 Communication with minor for immoral purposes – Penalties. 9.73.070 Persons and activities excepted from chapter. 9.73.090 Certain emergency response personnel exempted from RCW 9.73.030 through RCW 9.73.080 – Standards – Court authorizations – Admissibility. 9.73.110 Intercepting, recording, or disclosing private communications – Not unlawful for building owner – Conditions. 9.91.020 Operating railroad, steamboat, vehicle, etc., while intoxicated. 9.91.060 Leaving children unattended in a parked automobile.
9.68.130 "Sexually explicit material" – Defined – Unlawful display. 9.68A.080 Processors of depictions of minor engaged in sexually explicit conduct – Civil immunities. 9.72.090 Committal of witness – Detention of documents. 9.73.050 Admissibility of intercepted communication in evidence.
Adoption of General Criminal Codes by Reference 9.04.010 Preliminary article. 9.04.020 Adoption of sections of Revised Code of Washington not specifically set forth in MCMC 9.04.030 through 9.04.170.
9.04.050 Chapter 7.80 RCW, entitled "Civil Infractions" – Adoption by reference. 9.04.420 Emergency response card – Violation – Abatement.
9.16.080 Petroleum products improperly labeled or graded – Penalty. 9.41.800 Surrender of weapons or licenses – Prohibition on future possession or licensing.
9.04.100 Chapter 19.48 RCW, entitled "Hotels, Lodging Houses, etc. 9.04.110 RCW Title 26, entitled "Domestic Relations" – Adoption by reference. 9.04.290 Placing a person in fear or apprehension by threat. 9.04.320 Making or having vehicle prowl or vehicle theft tools.
9.04.120 Chapter 28A.635 RCW, entitled "Offenses Relating to School Property and Personnel" – Adoption by reference. Offenses Against Persons 9.04.260 Neglect of a child or dependent person.
9.04.150 RCW Title 69, entitled "Food, Drugs, Cosmetics, and Poisons" – Adoption by reference.
9.04.160 RCW Title 70, entitled "Public Health and Safety" – Adoption by reference. 9.04.210 Public facility – Criminal activity – Prohibition of entry. As used in this chapter "RCW" shall mean the Revised Code of Washington. If any section, subsection, sentence, or provision of this chapter, or its application to any person or circumstance is held invalid, the remainder of this chapter, or the application of the section, subsection, sentence or provision to other persons or circumstances is not affected, and to this end, the sections, subsections, sentences, and provisions of this chapter are declared to be severable. By adopting state statutes, the city intends to assume jurisdiction over and become the jurisdictional authority for the enforcement and prosecution of misdemeanor and gross misdemeanor crimes.