4th Degree Assault?

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In WA, 4th degree assault is a very minor assault inflicted on a victim by the offender. It is a gross misdemeanor's or simple assault, which does not cause any injury to the victim. There are also third-degree assault, second degree assault and first degree assault, each judged differently and the offender dealt with in accordance with the law.
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4th degree assault is an offence in which one intentionally or recklessly causes physical injury to another using bare hands or by means of a weapon. It is classified as Class A misdemeanor by courts of law and is punishable by jail time.
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Fourth degree assault is where you can cause harm to another person. It is a misdemeanor and could carry the sentence of a year in jail and fines up to $3,000. Also, 4th degree assault
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1 year in jail and/or $6250 fine.
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A fourth degree assault is a gross misdemeanor with possible penalties of one year in jail and a fine of
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In most states your probation department will do it for free; call and see if thee is a similar provision in WA law. If not a private attorney should be willing to do it for $1,000
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