Chapter 9.34
PUBLIC PEACE – CRIMES
RELATING TO

Sections:

9.34.010    Disorderly conduct.

9.34.020    Riot – Failure to disperse and obstruction.

9.34.030    Privacy – Violating right of.

9.34.040    Repealed.

9.34.050    Malicious prosecutions – Abuse of process.

9.34.010 Disorderly conduct.

A. A person is guilty of disorderly conduct if he:

1. Intentionally disrupts any lawful assembly or meeting of persons without authority; or

2. Intentionally obstructs vehicular or pedestrian traffic without lawful authority; or

3. Uses abusive language and thereby intentionally creates a risk of assault.

B. Disorderly conduct is a misdemeanor. (Ord. 737 § 1, 1996; Ord. 732 § 5, 1995; Ord. 629 § 1, 1990)

9.34.020 Riot – Failure to disperse and obstruction.

The following state statutes, including all future amendments, are adopted by reference:

RCW

9A.84.010

(1)(2)(b)        Riot

9A.84.020    Failure to disperse

9.27.015    Interference, obstruction of any court, building or residence – Violations

(Ord. 629 § 1, 1990)

9.34.030 Privacy – Violating right of.

The following state statutes, including all future amendments, are adopted by reference:

RCW

9.73.010    Divulging telegram

9.73.020    Opening sealed letter

9.73.030    Intercepting, recording or divulging private communication – Consent required – Exceptions

9.73.070    Same – Persons and activities excepted

9.73.090    Police and fire personnel exempted from RCW 9.73.030 through 9.73.080 – Standards

9.73.100    Recordings available to defense counsel

(Ord. 629 § 1, 1990)

9.34.040 Libel and slander.

Repealed by Ord. 732. (Ord. 629 § 1, 1990)

9.34.050 Malicious prosecutions – Abuse of process.

The following state statutes, including all future amendments, are adopted by reference:

    RCW

9.62.010    Malicious prosecution

9.62.020    Instituting suit in name of another

(Ord. 629 § 1, 1990)