Chapter 9.12


9.12.010    Acts designated.

9.12.020    Proof of overt act not necessary.

9.12.010 Acts designated.

Every person shall be guilty of a misdemeanor whenever two or more persons conspire to:

(1) Commit a crime;

(2) Falsely and maliciously procure another to be arrested or proceeded against for a crime;

(3) Falsely institute or maintain any action or proceedings;

(4) Cheat or defraud another out of any property by unlawful or fraudulent means;

(5) Prevent another from exercising any lawful trade or calling, or from doing any other lawful act by force, threats or intimidation, or by interfering or threatening to interfere with tools, implements or property belonging to or used by another, or with the use or employment thereof;

(6) Commit any act injurious to the public health, public morals, or for the perversion or corruption of public justice or the due administration of law; or

(7) Accomplish any criminal or unlawful purpose, or to accomplish a purpose, not in itself criminal or unlawful, by criminal or unlawful means. (Ord. 355 § 3(1), 1967)

9.12.020 Proof of overt act not necessary.

In any proceedings against any persons for violation of WMC 9.12.010, it shall not be necessary to prove that any overt act was done pursuant to such unlawful conspiracy or combination. (Ord. 355 § 3(2), 1967)