DO YOU FACE SOLICITATION CHARGES IN WASHINGTON?
Washington Solicitation Attorney Michael Harbeson Can Help!
Solicitation carries the same penalties as criminal attempt in the State of Washington. A person is guilty of an attempt to commit a crime if, with intent to commit a specific crime, he or she does any act which is a substantial step toward the commission of that crime.
When can you be charged with Solicitation?
The severity of the penalties associated with Solicitation or Criminal Attempt depends on the crime that the person attempts to commit. It is not a defense to argue that it was impossible for a person to actually commit the crime to be found guilty of attempted. An attempt to commit a crime is a:
|Charges||Jail Time||Fines & Penalties|
|Class A felony||Up to 1 year||Up to $50,000|
|Class B felony||Up to 10 years||Up to $20,000|
|Class C felony||Up to 5 years||Up to $10,000|
|Gross Misdemeanor||Up to 1 years||Up to $5,000|
|Misdemenaor||Up to 90 days||Up to $1,000|
Regardless of the degree charged the goal remain the same. We will help you avoid the conviction for the criminal charge, but perhaps more importantly, keep you out of jail.
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