Law's Reference to 'Other Thing of Value' Doesn't Just Mean Monetary Value, Washington High Court Rules
While an intermediate appeals court found the defendant’s offer to live with her son “forever” if he killed his father didn’t constitute a “thing of value” within the meaning of the state law, RCW 9A.28.030(1), the state Supreme Court disagreed, reinstating her conviction for criminal solicitation.
CEO of Speaker Media and Marketing, is the "Secret Weapon of Personal Injury Lawyers and Trial Attorneys" throughout the United States. Specializing as a marketing consultant to lawyers, with a primary focus on content marketing, social media, online video and mobile marketing strategies.
Click Here To Read The Full Article