Wash. Rev. Code Ann. 9.96.060(3) & 9.96.0001
Washington State allows trafficking survivors convicted of most misdemeanors and certain non-violent felonies as a result of their trafficking to vacate those convictions. Survivors are not eligible to vacate these convictions if they have any pending criminal charges anywhere (including other states). If seeking to vacate an eligible misdemeanor, the survivor must not have been convicted of any other crime in any jurisdiction within the last three years. If seeking to vacate an eligible felony, the survivor must not have been convicted of any other crime in any jurisdiction within the last 5 or 10 years, respective to the class of felony offense. However, survivors who have been convicted of other offenses after the conviction they are seeking to vacate may still be eligible if they can prove that the later conviction was also a result of being trafficked.
Updated Sept 2021