When you are arrested or charged with a crime in Washington State you have many rights.
You have a right to refuse to answer any questions.
You may be required to identify yourself, but you cannot be required to make statements or answer questions. You should remember that whatever you say to the officer may (and probably will) be used if charges are filed against you at a later time. This is true even if you do not give a formal, signed "statement," It is always better to decline to make any statements or answer a question until after you have consulted with a lawyer.
You have a right to speak with an attorney.
The police must advise you that you have a right to speak with an attorney as soon as practical after your arrest. If you request to speak with an attorney, the police may not ask you any questions about the incident until you have had an opportunity to speak with an attorney.
You have a right to appeal a conviction or sentence.
If you are convicted of a criminal charge you have a right to appeal this conviction to a higher court.