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8.99.020 Notice, failure to sign, nonappearance - Failure to satisfy penalty.
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1. Any person who willfully fails to stop when requested or signaled to do so by a person reasonably identifiable as a law enforcement officer or to comply with VMC 8.99.010(3), is guilty of a misdemeanor.

2. A person who fails to sign a notice of civil infraction is guilty of a misdemeanor.

3. Any person willfully violating his or her written and signed promise to appear in court or his or her written and signed promise to respond to a notice of civil infraction is guilty of a misdemeanor regardless of the disposition of the notice of civil infraction. A written promise to appear in court or a written promise to respond to a notice of civil infraction may be complied with by an appearance by counsel.

4. A person who willfully fails to pay a monetary penalty or to perform community service as required by a court under this chapter may be found in contempt of court as provided in chapter 7.21 RCW. (Ord. M-3499, 2000) (Ord. M-3499, 2000.)

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