Don't Let Your Past Limit Your Future

Washington Crimes Against a Person

“Crimes Against a Person” for this rule include any of the following offenses: (1) murder; (2) kidnapping; (3) first, second, or third degree assault; (4) first, second, or third degree assault of a child; (5) first, second, or third degree rape; (6) first, second, or third degree rape of a child; (7) first or second degree robbery; (8) first degree arson; (9) first degree burglary; (10) first or second degree manslaughter; (11) first or second degree extortion; (12) indecent liberties; (13) incest; (14) vehicular homicide; (15) first degree promoting prostitution; (16) communication with a minor; (17) unlawful imprisonment; (18) simple assault; (19) sexual exploitation of minors; (20) first or second degree criminal mistreatment; (21) endangerment with a controlled substance; (22) child abuse or neglect; (23) first or second degree custodial interference; (24) first or second degree custodial sexual misconduct; (25) malicious harassment; (26) first, second, or third degree child molestation; (27) first or second degree sexual misconduct with a minor; (28) patronizing a juvenile prostitute; (29) child abandonment; (30) promoting pornography; (31) selling or distributing erotic material to a minor; (32) custodial assault; (33) violation of child abuse restraining order; (34) child buying or selling; (35) prostitution; (36) felony indecent exposure; or (37) criminal abandonment.

The Benefits of a Clean Record

  • Get the job you want and make more money
  • Travel internationally without worrying
  • Reduce the cost of loans and insurance
  • Quit worrying about what people will find in a background check
  • Truthfully tell employers that you have not been convicted
  • Put your past mistakes behind you

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