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Washington law makes no distinction between adults and juveniles who make, send, receive, or possess such images, but penalties differ because teens are tried in juvenile court (see below). The Prosecutorial Remedies and Other Tools to end the Exploitation of Children Today (PROTECT) Act of 2003 makes it illegal to produce, distribute, receive, or possess with intent to distribute any obscene visual depiction of a minor engaged in sexually explicit conduct. Parents who allow this behavior can also be prosecuted. In some cases, an adult convicted of an offense involving sexting with a minor may be required, in addition to the fines and prison term described above, to register as a sex offender.

Another Washington law, “sexual exploitation of a minor,” makes it illegal for an adult to ask or force a minor to sext with that or another adult. Knowing possession of such material—without intent to distribute—is also a crime under the PROTECT Act. And although it is less probable that a juvenile will have to register as a sex offender, it is a possibility that you should discuss with your attorney (described below).

Only an experienced local attorney will be able to provide you with legal advice, information about the courts and judges in your area, and the potential consequences of the charges against you, including whether juvenile defendants may be required to register as sex offenders.

A complaint I hear from readers: Pierce County is short on food trucks. Arnold’s Happy Days; Budha Bear Bagels & Cafe; Butt Naked Organics (Olympia); Charlie’s Buns N’ Stuff (Seattle); Chick’n Fix Food Truck (Seattle); Frying Dutchman; Hot Revolution Donuts (Seattle); Lumpia World; Peasant Food Manifesto (Seattle); P&J’s Waffle Delight; Tummy Yummy Thai (Seattle); Urban Timber Coffee Co., Viet Nom Nom. I St., Tacoma; metroparkstacoma.org/foodtruckfest, 253-592-8019. The lowdown: This annual festival sponsored by Metro Parks Tacoma features the largest gathering of local and regional food trucks, with live music throughout the event from Steve Stefanowicz and Co.

June 2018 (undated) 16 miles east Seahawks fans who pay $100 to support animal rescue meet the Sea Gals cheerleaders, the Blue Thunder drumline, Blitz the mascot, and a Seahawks player at Bark Benefit, with food, wine, and an auction at the Pickering Barn in Issaquah.

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