Unlike some states, Washington does not have a "point" system for traffic tickets. In Washington the system is much simpler. In addition to potential fines and license suspension, if you have a "moving" violation on your driving record, the violation is visible to insurance companies and they may increase your rates. On the other hand, a "nonmoving" violation may still cost you some money but it won't trigger a driver's license suspension and usually won't affect your insurance rates.
Unfortunately, it isn't as simple as asking whether the car was moving at the time of the ticket, which is why it is important to have a Seattle traffic lawyer on your side.