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Prohibit contact of any kind while criminal case is active and can be a condition of sentencing. Protects a victim while waiting for trial.
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Per the Revised Code of Washington (RCW) 10.99, a No Contact Order may be obtained by a person who has reported an incident to the police. Criminal charges must be pending or filed. May be a condition of sentencing.
A crime must first be reported to the police. If the abuser has been arrested or issued a citation, the victim may ask the prosecutor to request a No Contact Order, and arresting officers can get No Contact Orders done immediately.
There is no cost.
The violator shall be arrested.