Reckless EndangermentThe Washington State Legislature has enacted what could be considered a “catch-all” crime for reckless behavior that does actually result in injuries, and does not rise to the level of assault. Reckless Endangerment is a gross misdemeanor, meaning it is punishable by up to 365 days in jail and $5000 in fines. The Reckless Endangerment statute (RCW 9A.36.050) make it a crime to recklessly engage in conduct (not amounting to drive-by shooting) that creates a substantial risk of death or serious physical injury to another person. Situations supporting a reckless endangerment conviction have included firing a BB gun at a target held by an infant and driving extremely fast while not paying attention. Ashbach Law Offices, LLC has successful history representing people charged with Reckless Endangerment charges. If you, or someone you care about, has been charged (or may be) with a Reckless Endangerment crime in King County, Skagit County, Snohomish County, or Whatcom County, call Ashbach Law Offices, LLC today at (360) 659-4950 for a free, no-pressure case evaluation. With a reputation in the legal community as aggressive, effective and successful criminal defense attorneys, we are here to help you through your difficult times.
Ashbach Law Offices, LLC represents clients charged with criminal offenses in Northwest Washington Courts, including King County, Skagit County, Snohomish County and Whatcom County, as well as other counties on a case-by-case basis. These counties include courts in and for the following cities: Anacortes, Arlington, Auburn, Bellevue, Blaine, Bothell, Burlington, Edmonds, Everett, Issaquah, Kirkland, Lake Stevens, Lynden, Lynnwood, Marysville, Mill Creek, Mukilteo, Monroe, Mountlake Terrace, Monroe, Redmond, Sea-Tac, Seattle, Sedro Woolley, Shoreline, Snohomish, and Tukwila, Washington.
The Ashbach Law Offices, LLC represents clients charged focused on DUI – Driving Under the Influence, Reckless Driving, Negligent Driving, Driving with a Suspended License, Hit and Run, Assault, Domestic Violence, Drug Possession (including marijuana), and Paraphernalia Possession, Malicious Mischief, Public Disturbances like Disorderly Conduct, Theft, No-Contact Orders, Harassment, Probation Violation Hearings, as well as speeding tickets.