WSR 11-23-035

RULES OF COURT

STATE SUPREME COURT


[ November 3, 2011 ]

IN THE MATTER OF THE ADOPTION OF THE AMENDMENTS TO CrR 4.2(g)-STATEMENT OF DEFENDANT ON PLEA OF GUILTY TO NON-SEX OFFENSE; CrR 4.2(g)-STATEMENT OF DEFENDANT ON PLEA OF GUILTY TO SEX OFFENSE; CrR 4.2(g)-"OFFENDER REGISTRATION" ATTACHMENT; JuCR 7.7-STATEMENT ON PLEA OF GUILTY; JuCR 7.7-"OFFENDER REGISTRATION" ATTACHMENT; CrRLJ 4.2(g)-STATEMENT OF DEFENDANT ON PLEA OF GUILTY; CrRLJ 4.2(g)-"OFFENDER REGISTRATION" ATTACHMENT; CrRLJ 4.2(g)-"DUI" ATTACHMENT )) ) ) ) ) ) ) ) ) ) ) ) ) ) ) ) ORDER

NO. 25700-A-989


     The Pattern Forms Committee having recommended the adoption of the proposed amendments to CrR 4.2(g)-Statement of Defendant on Plea of Guilty to Non-Sex Offense; CrR 4.2(g)-Statement of Defendant on Plea of Guilty to Sex Offense; CrR 4.2(g)-"Offender Registration" Attachment; JuCR 7.7-Statement on Plea of Guilty; JuCR 7.7-"Offender Registration" Attachment; CrRLJ 4.2(g)-Statement of Defendant on Plea of Guilty; CrRLJ 4.2(g)-"Offender Registration" Attachment; CrRLJ 4.2(g)-"DUI" Attachment, and the Court having considered the amendments and comments submitted thereto, and having determined that the proposed amendments will aid in the prompt and orderly administration of justice;

     Now, therefore, it is hereby

     ORDERED:

     (a) That the amendments as shown below are adopted.

     (b) That the amendments will be published in the Washington Reports and will become effective upon publication.

     DATED at Olympia, Washington this 3rd Day of November, 2011.
     Madsen, C.J.


     C. Johnson, J.


     Fairhurst, J.


     Alexander, J.


     J. M. Johnson, J.


     Chambers, J.


     Stephens, J.


     Owens, J.


     Wiggins, J.


Superior Court of Washington for
No.
State of Washington , Statement of Defendant on Plea of Guilty to Non-Sex Offense

(Felony)

(STTDFG)

Plaintiff
vs.
.
Defendant
     1. My true name is: .

     2. My age is: .

     3. The last level of education I completed was .

     4. I Have Been Informed and Fully Understand That:

     (a) I have the right to representation by a lawyer and if I cannot afford to pay for a lawyer, one will be provided at no expense to me.

     (b) I am charged with: .

     The elements are: _____________________________________

_____________________________________________________________.

     5. I Understand I Have the Following Important Rights, and I Give Them Up by Pleading Guilty:

     (a) The right to a speedy and public trial by an impartial jury in the county where the crime was allegedly committed;

     (b) The right to remain silent before and during trial, and the right to refuse to testify against myself;

     (c) The right at trial to hear and question the witnesses who testify against me;

     (d) The right at trial to testify and to have witnesses testify for me. These witnesses can be made to appear at no expense to me;

     (e) The right to be presumed innocent unless the State proves the charge beyond a reasonable doubt or I enter a plea of guilty;

     (f) The right to appeal a finding of guilt after a trial.

     6. In Considering the Consequences of my Guilty Plea, I Understand That:

     (a) Each crime with which I am charged carries a maximum sentence, a fine, and a Standard Sentence Range as follows:


COUNT NO. OFFENDER SCORE STANDARD RANGE ACTUAL CONFINEMENT

(not including enhancements)

PLUS Enhancements* COMMUNITY CUSTODY MAXIMUM TERM AND FINE
1
2
3

     *Each sentencing enhancement will run consecutively to all other parts of my entire sentence, including other enhancements and other counts. The enhancement codes are: (F) Firearm, (D) Other deadly weapon, (V) VUCSA in protected zone, (VH) Veh. Hom, see RCW 46.61.520, (JP) Juvenile present, (CSG) Criminal street gang involving minor, (AE) Endangerment while attempting to elude.


     (b) The standard sentence range is based on the crime charged and my criminal history. Criminal history includes prior convictions and juvenile adjudications or convictions, whether in this state, in federal court, or elsewhere.

     (c) The prosecuting attorney's statement of my criminal history is attached to this agreement. Unless I have attached a different statement, I agree that the prosecuting attorney's statement is correct and complete. If I have attached my own statement, I assert that it is correct and complete. If I am convicted of any additional crimes between now and the time I am sentenced, I am obligated to tell the sentencing judge about those convictions.

     (d) If I am convicted of any new crimes before sentencing, or if any additional criminal history is discovered, both the standard sentence range and the prosecuting attorney's recommendation may increase. Even so, my plea of guilty to this charge is binding on me. I cannot change my mind if additional criminal history is discovered even though the standard sentencing range and the prosecuting attorney's recommendation increase or a mandatory sentence of life imprisonment without the possibility of parole is required by law.

     (e) In addition to sentencing me to confinement, the judge will order me to pay $500.00 as a victim's compensation fund assessment and any mandatory fines or penalties that apply to my case. If this crime resulted in injury to any person or damage to or loss of property, the judge will order me to make restitution, unless extraordinary circumstances exist which make restitution inappropriate. The amount of restitution may be up to double my gain or double the victim's loss. The judge may also order that I pay a fine, court costs, attorney fees and the costs of incarceration.

     (f) For crimes committed prior to July 1, 2000: In addition to sentencing me to confinement, the judge may order me to serve up to one year of community custody if the total period of confinement ordered is not more than 12 months. If the total period of confinement is more than 12 months, and if this crime is a drug offense, assault in the second degree, assault of a child in the second degree, or any crime against a person in which a specific finding was made that I or an accomplice was armed with a deadly weapon, the judge will order me to serve at least one year of community custody. If this crime is a vehicular homicide, vehicular assault, or a serious violent offense, the judge will order me to serve at least two years of community custody. The actual period of community custody may be longer than my earned early release period. During the period of community custody, I will be under the supervision of the Department of Corrections, and I will have restrictions and requirements placed upon me.

     [ ] For offenses committed after July 1, 2000 but prior to July 26, 2009, the court may impose a community custody range as follows: for serious violent offenses, 24 to 36 months; for crimes against persons, 9 to 12 months; for offenses under 69.50 and 69.52, 9 to 12 months.

     For crimes committed on or after July 1, 2000: In addition to sentencing me to confinement, under certain circumstances the judge may order me to serve up to one year of community custody if the total period of confinement ordered is not more than 12 months, but only if the crime I have been convicted of falls into one of the offense types listed in the following chart. For the offense of failure to register as a sex offender, regardless of the length of confinement, the judge will sentence me for up to 36 12 months of community custody. If the total period of confinement ordered is more than 12 months, and if the crime I have been convicted of falls into one of the offense types listed in the following chart, the court will sentence me to community custody for the term established for that offense type unless the judge finds substantial and compelling reasons not to do so. If the period of earned release awarded per RCW 9.94A.728 is longer, that will be the term of my community custody. If the crime I have been convicted of falls into more than one category of offense types listed in the following chart, then the community custody term will be based on the offense type that dictates the longest term of community custody.


OFFENSE TYPE COMMUNITY CUSTODY TERM
Serious Violent Offenses 36 months
Violent Offenses 18 months
Crimes Against Persons as defined by RCW 9.94A.411(2) 12 months
Offenses under Chapter 69.50 or 69.52 RCW (not sentenced under RCW 9.94A.660) 12 months
Offenses involving the unlawful possession of a firearm where the offender is a criminal street gang member or associate 12 months

     Certain sentencing alternatives may also include community custody.

     During the period of community custody I will be under the supervision of the Department of Corrections, and I will have restrictions and requirements placed upon me, including additional conditions of community custody that may be imposed by the Department of Corrections. My failure to comply with these conditions will render me ineligible for general assistance, RCW 74.04.005 (6)(h), and may result in the Department of Corrections transferring me to a more restrictive confinement status or other sanctions.

     If I violate the conditions of my community custody, the Department of Corrections may sanction me up to 60 days confinement per violation and/or revoke my earned early release, or the Department of Corrections may impose additional conditions or other stipulated penalties. The court also has the authority to impose sanctions for any violation.

     (g) The prosecuting attorney will make the following recommendation to the judge: _______________________________

_____________________________________________________________

_____________________________________________________________.

     [ ] The prosecutor will recommend as stated in the plea agreement, which is incorporated by reference.

     (h) The judge does not have to follow anyone's recommendation as to sentence. The judge must impose a sentence within the standard range unless it the judge finds substantial and compelling reasons not to do so. I understand the following regarding exceptional sentences:

     (i) The judge may impose an exceptional sentence below the standard range if the judge finds mitigating circumstances supporting an exceptional sentence.

     (ii) The judge may impose an exceptional sentence above the standard range if I am being sentenced for more than one crime and I have an offender score of more than nine.

     (iii) The judge may also impose an exceptional sentence above the standard range if the State and I stipulate that justice is best served by imposition of an exceptional sentence and the judge agrees that an exceptional sentence is consistent with and in furtherance of the interests of justice and the purposes of the Sentencing Reform Act.

     (iv) The judge may also impose an exceptional sentence above the standard range if the State has given notice that it will seek an exceptional sentence, the notice states aggravating circumstances upon which the requested sentence will be based, and facts supporting an exceptional sentence are proven beyond a reasonable doubt to a unanimous jury, to a judge if I waive a jury, or by stipulated facts.

     If the court imposes a standard range sentence, then no one may appeal the sentence. If the court imposes an exceptional sentence after a hearing, either the State or I can appeal the sentence.

     (i) If I am not a citizen of the United States, a plea of guilty to an offense punishable as a crime under state law is grounds for deportation, exclusion from admission to the United States, or denial of naturalization pursuant to the laws of the United States.

     (j) I may not possess, own, or have under my control any firearm, and under federal law any firearm or ammunition, unless my right to do so is restored by the court in which I am convicted or the a superior court in Washington State where I live, and by a federal court if required. I must immediately surrender any concealed pistol license. RCW 9.41.040.

     (k) I will be ineligible to vote until that right is restored in a manner provided by law. If I am registered to vote, my voter registration will be cancelled. Wash. Const. art. VI, ง 3, RCW 29A.04.079, 29A.08.520.

     (l) Government assistance may be suspended during any period of confinement.

     (m) I will be required to have a biological sample collected for purposes of DNA identification analysis. I will be required to pay a $100.00 DNA collection fee.

     Notification Relating to Specific Crimes: If any of the following paragraphs DO NOT APPLY, counsel and the defendant shall strike them out. The defendant and the judge shall initial all paragraphs that DO APPLY.

     __ (n) This offense is a most serious offense or "strike" as defined by RCW 9.94A.030, and if I have at least two prior convictions for most serious offenses, whether in this state, in federal court, or elsewhere, the crime for which I am charged carries a mandatory sentence of life imprisonment without the possibility of parole.

     __ (o) The judge may sentence me as a first-time offender instead of giving a sentence within the standard range if I qualify under RCW 9.94A.030. This sentence could include as much as 90 days' confinement and up to two one years of community custody plus all of the conditions described in paragraph (e). Additionally, the judge could require me to undergo treatment, to devote time to a specific occupation, and to pursue a prescribed course of study or occupational training.

     __ (p) The judge may sentence me under the Parenting Sentencing Alternative if I qualify under Laws of 2010, ch. 224, ง2 RCW 9.94A.655. If I am eligible, the judge may order DOC to complete either a risk assessment report or a chemical dependency screening report, or both. If the judge decides to impose the Parenting Sentencing Alternative, the sentence will consist of 12 months of community custody and I will be required to comply with the conditions imposed by the court and by DOC. At any time during community custody, the court may schedule a hearing to evaluate my progress in treatment or to determine if I have violated the conditions of the sentence. The court may modify the conditions of community custody or impose sanctions. If the court finds I violated the conditions or requirements of the sentence or I failed to make satisfactory progress in treatment, the court may order me to serve a term of total confinement within the standard range for my offense.

     __ (q) If this crime involves kidnapping involving a minor, including unlawful imprisonment involving a minor who is not my child, I will be required to register where I reside, study or work. The specific registration requirements are set forth in the "Offender Registration" Attachment.

     __ (r) If this is a crime of domestic violence, I may be ordered to pay a domestic violence assessment of up to $100.00. If I, or the victim of the offense, have a minor child, the court may order me to participate in a domestic violence perpetrator program approved under RCW 26.50.150.

     __ s) If this crime involves prostitution, or a drug offense associated with hypodermic needles, I will be required to undergo testing for the human immunodeficiency (HIV/AIDS) virus.

     __ (t) The judge may sentence me under the drug offender sentencing alternative (DOSA) if I qualify under RCW 9.94A.660. If I qualify and the judge is considering a residential chemical dependency treatment-based alternative, the judge may order that I be examined by DOC before deciding to impose a DOSA sentence. If the judge decides to impose a DOSA sentence, it could be either a prison-based alternative or a residential chemical dependency treatment-based alternative.

     If the judge imposes the prison-based alternative, the sentence will consist of a period of total confinement in a state facility for one-half of the midpoint of the standard range, or 12 months, whichever is greater. During confinement, I will be required to undergo a comprehensive substance abuse assessment and to participate in treatment. The judge will also impose a term of community custody of one-half of the midpoint of the standard range.

     If the judge imposes the residential chemical dependency treatment-based alternative, the sentence will consist of a term of community custody equal to one-half of the midpoint of the standard sentence range or two years, whichever is greater, and I will have to enter and remain in a certified residential chemical dependency treatment program for a period of three to six months, as set by the court.

     As part of this sentencing alternative, the court is required to schedule a progress hearing during the period of residential chemical dependency treatment and a treatment termination hearing scheduled three months before the expiration of the term of community custody. At either hearing, based upon reports by my treatment provider and the department of corrections on my compliance with treatment and monitoring requirements and recommendations regarding termination from treatment, the judge may modify the conditions of my community custody or order me to serve a term of total confinement equal to one-half of the midpoint of the standard sentence range, followed by a term of community custody under RCW 9.94A.701.

     During the term of community custody for either sentencing alternative, the judge could prohibit me from using alcohol or controlled substances, require me to submit to urinalysis or other testing to monitor that status, require me to devote time to a specific employment or training, stay out of certain areas, pay $30.00 per month to offset the cost of monitoring and require other conditions, such as affirmative conditions, and the conditions described in paragraph 6(e). The judge, on his or her own initiative, may order me to appear in court at any time during the period of community custody to evaluate my progress in treatment or to determine if I have violated the conditions of the sentence. If the court finds that I have violated the conditions of the sentence or that I have failed to make satisfactory progress in treatment, the court may modify the terms of my community custody or order me to serve a term of total confinement within the standard range.

     __ (u) If I am subject to community custody and the judge finds that I have a chemical dependency that has contributed to the offense, the judge may order me to participate in rehabilitative programs or otherwise to perform affirmative conduct reasonably related to the circumstances of the crime for which I am pleading guilty.

     __ (v) If this crime involves the manufacture, delivery, or possession with the intent to deliver methamphetamine, including its salts, isomers, and salts of isomers, or amphetamine, including its salts, isomers, and salts of isomers, and if a fine is imposed, $3,000 of the fine may not be suspended a mandatory methamphetamine clean-up fine of $3,000 will be assessed. RCW 69.50.401 (2)(b).

     __ (w) If this crime involves a violation of the state drug laws, my eligibility for state and federal food stamps, welfare, and education benefits may be affected. 20 U.S.C. ง 1091(r) and 21 U.S.C. ง 862a.

     __ (x) I understand that RCW 46.20.285(4) requires that my driver's license be revoked if the judge finds I used a motor vehicle in the commission of this felony.

     __ (y) If this crime involves the offense of vehicular homicide while under the influence of intoxicating liquor or any drug, as defined by RCW 46.61.502, committed on or after January 1, 1999, an additional two years shall be added to the presumptive sentence for vehicular homicide for each prior offense as defined in RCW 46.61.5055(14).

     __ (z) If I am pleading guilty to felony driving under the influence of intoxicating liquor or any drugs, or felony actual physical control of a motor vehicle while under the influence of intoxicating liquor or any drug, in addition to the provisions of chapter 9.94A RCW, I will be required to undergo alcohol or chemical dependency treatment services during incarceration. I will be required to pay the costs of treatment unless the court finds that I am indigent. My driving privileges will be suspended, revoked or denied. Following the period of suspension, revocation or denial, I must comply with ignition interlock device requirements.

     __ (aa) The crime of __________________________ has a mandatory minimum sentence of at least _____ years of total confinement. This law does not apply to crimes committed on or after July 24, 2005, by a juvenile who was tried as an adult after decline of juvenile court jurisdiction. The law does not allow any reduction of this sentence. This mandatory minimum sentence is not the same as the mandatory sentence of life imprisonment without the possibility of parole described in paragraph 6[n].

     __ (bb) I am being sentenced for two or more serious violent offenses arising from separate and distinct criminal conduct and the sentences imposed on counts _____ and _____ will run consecutively unless the judge finds substantial and compelling reasons to do otherwise.

     __ (cc) The offense(s) I am pleading guilty to include(s) a Violation of the Uniform Controlled Substances Act in a protected zone enhancement or manufacture of methamphetamine when a juvenile was present in or upon the premises of manufacture enhancement. I understand these enhancements are mandatory and that they must run consecutively to all other sentencing provisions.

     __ (dd) The offense(s) I am pleading guilty to include(s) a deadly weapon, firearm, or sexual motivation enhancement. Deadly weapon, firearm, or sexual motivation enhancements are mandatory, they must be served in total confinement, and they must run consecutively to any other sentence and to any other deadly weapon, firearm, or sexual motivation enhancements.

     __ (ee) If I am pleading guilty to (1) unlawful possession of a firearm(s) in the first or second degree and (2) felony theft of a firearm or possession of a stolen firearm, I am required to serve the sentences for these crimes consecutively to one another. If I am pleading guilty to unlawful possession of more than one firearm, I must serve each of the sentences for unlawful possession consecutively to each other.

     __ (ff) If I am pleading guilty to the crime of unlawful practices in obtaining assistance as defined in RCW 74.08.331, no assistance payment shall be made for at least six months if this is my first conviction and for at least 12 months if this is my second or subsequent conviction. This suspension of benefits will apply even if I am not incarcerated. RCW 74.08.290.

     __ (gg) The judge may authorize work ethic camp. To qualify for work ethic authorization my term of total confinement must be more than twelve months and less than thirty-six months, I cannot currently be either pending prosecution or serving a sentence for violation of the uniform controlled substance act and I cannot have a current or prior conviction for a sex or violent offense.

     7. I plead guilty to:

     count ____________________________________________

     count ____________________________________________

     count ____________________________________________

     in the ________________________ Information. I have received a copy of that Information.

     8. I make this plea freely and voluntarily.

     9. No one has threatened harm of any kind to me or to any other person to cause me to make this plea.

     10. No person has made promises of any kind to cause me to enter this plea except as set forth in this statement.

     11. The judge has asked me to state what I did in my own words that makes me guilty of this crime. This is my statement: _________________________________________________

_____________________________________________________________

_____________________________________________________________

_____________________________________________________________

_____________________________________________________________

_____________________________________________________________

_____________________________________________________________.

     [ ] Instead of making a statement, I agree that the court may review the police reports and/or a statement of probable cause supplied by the prosecution to establish a factual basis for the plea.

     12. My lawyer has explained to me, and we have fully discussed, all of the above paragraphs and the "Offender Registration" Attachment, if applicable. I understand them all. I have been given a copy of this "Statement of Defendant on Plea of Guilty." I have no further questions to ask the judge.



Defendant
I have read and discussed this statement with the defendant. I believe that the defendant is competent and fully understands the statement.



Prosecuting Attorney

Defendant's Lawyer


Print Name WSBA No. Print Name WSBA No.

The defendant signed the foregoing statement in open court in the presence of the defendant's lawyer and the undersigned judge. The defendant asserted that [check appropriate box]:

(a) The defendant had previously read the entire statement above and that the defendant understood it in full;
(b) The defendant's lawyer had previously read to him or her the entire statement above and that the defendant understood it in full; or
(c) An interpreter had previously read to the defendant the entire statement above and that the defendant understood it in full. The Interpreter's Declaration is included below.

Interpreter's Declaration: I am a certified or registered interpreter, or have been found otherwise qualified by the court to interpret in the _________________________________ language, which the defendant understands. I have interpreted this document for the defendant from English into that language. I certify under penalty of perjury under the laws of the state of Washington that the foregoing is true and correct.
Signed at (city) _______________________, (state) _______________, on (date) ___________________.



Interpreter Print Name

I find the defendant's plea of guilty to be knowingly, intelligently and voluntarily made. Defendant understands the charges and the consequences of the plea. There is a factual basis for the plea. The defendant is guilty as charged.
Dated:

Judge


Superior Court of Washington for
No.
State of Washington , Statement of Defendant on Plea of Guilty to Sex Offense

(Felony)

(STTDFG)

Plaintiff
vs.
.
Defendant
     1. My true name is: .

     2. My age is: .

     3. The last level of education I completed was .

     4. I Have Been Informed and Fully Understand That:

     (a) I have the right to representation by a lawyer and if I cannot afford to pay for a lawyer, one will be provided at no expense to me.

     (b) I am charged with: .

     The elements are: _____________________________________

_____________________________________________________________.

     5. I Understand I Have the Following Important Rights, and I Give Them Up by Pleading Guilty:

     (a) The right to a speedy and public trial by an impartial jury in the county where the crime was allegedly committed;

     (b) The right to remain silent before and during trial, and the right to refuse to testify against myself;

     (c) The right at trial to hear and question the witnesses who testify against me;

     (d) The right at trial to testify and to have witnesses testify for me. These witnesses can be made to appear at no expense to me;

     (e) The right to be presumed innocent unless the State proves the charge beyond a reasonable doubt or I enter a plea of guilty;

     (f) The right to appeal a finding of guilt after a trial.

     6. In Considering the Consequences of my Guilty Plea, I Understand That:

     (a) Each crime with which I am charged carries a maximum sentence, a fine, and a Standard Sentence Range as follows:


COUNT NO. OFFENDER SCORE STANDARD RANGE ACTUAL CONFINEMENT

(not including enhancements)

PLUS Enhancements* COMMUNITY CUSTODY MAXIMUM TERM AND FINE
1
2
3

     *Each sentencing enhancement will run consecutively to all other parts of my entire sentence, including other enhancements and other counts. The enhancement codes are: (F) Firearm, (D) Other deadly weapon, (SM) Sexual Motivation, RCW 9.94A.533(8), (SCF) Sexual conduct with a child for a fee, RCW 9.94A.533(9), (CSG) Criminal street gang involving minor, (AE) Endangerment while attempting to elude.


     (b) The standard sentence range is based on the crime charged and my criminal history. Criminal history includes prior convictions and juvenile adjudications or convictions, whether in this state, in federal court, or elsewhere.

     (c) The prosecuting attorney's statement of my criminal history is attached to this agreement. Unless I have attached a different statement, I agree that the prosecuting attorney's statement is correct and complete. If I have attached my own statement, I assert that it is correct and complete. If I am convicted of any additional crimes between now and the time I am sentenced, I am obligated to tell the sentencing judge about those convictions.

     (d) If I am convicted of any new crimes before sentencing, or if any additional criminal history is discovered, both the standard sentence range and the prosecuting attorney's recommendation may increase. Even so, my plea of guilty to this charge is binding on me. I cannot change my mind if additional criminal history is discovered even though the standard sentencing range and the prosecuting attorney's recommendation increase or a mandatory sentence of life imprisonment without the possibility of parole is required by law.

     (e) In addition to sentencing me to confinement, the judge will order me to pay $500.00 as a victim's compensation fund assessment and any mandatory fines or penalties that apply to my case. If this crime resulted in injury to any person or damage to or loss of property, the judge will order me to make restitution, unless extraordinary circumstances exist which make restitution inappropriate. The amount of restitution may be up to double my gain or double the victim's loss. The judge may also order that I pay a fine, court costs, attorney fees and the costs of incarceration.

     (f) For sex offenses committed prior to July 1, 2000: In addition to sentencing me to confinement, the judge may order me to serve up to one year of community custody if the total period of confinement ordered is not more than 12 months. If the period of confinement is more than one year, the judge will order me to serve three years of community custody or up to the period of earned early release, whichever is longer. During the period of community custody, I will be under the supervision of the Department of Corrections, and I will have restrictions and requirements placed upon me.

     For sex offenses committed on or after July 1, 2000 but prior to September 1, 2001: In addition to sentencing me to confinement, the judge may order me to serve up to one year of community custody if the total period of confinement ordered is not more than 12 months. If the period of confinement is over one year, the judge will sentence me to community custody for 36 months or up to the period of earned release, whichever is longer. During the period of community custody to which I am sentenced, I will be under the supervision of the Department of Corrections, and I will have restrictions and requirements placed upon me.

     For sex offenses committed on or after September 1, 2001: (i) Sentencing under RCW 9.94A.507: If this offense is any of the offenses listed in subsections (aa) or (bb), below, the judge will impose a maximum term of confinement consisting of the statutory maximum sentence of the offense and a minimum term of confinement either within the standard range for the offense or outside the standard range if an exceptional sentence is appropriate. The minimum term of confinement that is imposed may be increased by the Indeterminate Sentence Review Board if the Board determines by a preponderance of the evidence that it is more likely than not that I will commit sex offenses if released from custody. In addition to the period of confinement, I will be sentenced to community custody for any period of time I am released from total confinement before the expiration of the maximum sentence. During the period of community custody I will be under the supervision of the Department of Corrections and I will have restrictions and requirements placed upon me, which may include electronic monitoring, and I may be required to participate in rehabilitative programs.

     (aa) If the current offense is any of these offenses or attempt to commit any of these offenses:


Rape in the first degree Rape in the second degree
Rape of a child in the first degree committed when I was at least 18 years old Rape of a child in the second degree committed when I was at least 18 years old
Child molestation in the first degree committed when I was at least 18 years old Indecent liberties by forcible compulsion
Any of the following offenses with a finding of sexual motivation:
Murder in the first degree Murder in the second degree
Homicide by abuse Kidnapping in the first degree
Kidnapping in the second degree Assault in the first degree
Assault in the second degree Assault of a child in the first degree
Assault of a child in the second degree Burglary in the first degree

     (bb) If the current offense is any sex offense and I have a prior conviction for any of these offenses or attempt to commit any of these offenses:


Rape in the first degree Rape in the second degree
Rape of a child in the first degree Rape of a child in the second degree
Child molestation in the first degree Indecent liberties by forcible compulsion
Any of the following offenses with a finding of sexual motivation:
Murder in the first degree Murder in the second degree
Homicide by abuse Kidnapping in the first degree
Kidnapping in the second degree Assault in the first degree
Assault in the second degree Assault of a child in the first degree
Assault of a child in the second degree Burglary in the first degree

     (ii) If this offense is a sex offense that is not listed in paragraph 6 (f)(i), then in addition to sentencing me to a term of confinement, the judge may order me to serve up to one year of community custody if the total period of confinement ordered is not more than 12 months. If the period of confinement is over one year, or if my crime is failure to register as a sex offender, and this is my second or subsequent conviction of that crime, the judge will sentence me to community custody for 36 months or up to the period of earned release, whichever is longer. During the period of community custody to which I am sentenced, I will be under the supervision of the Department of Corrections, and I will have restrictions and requirements placed upon me, which may include electronic monitoring.

     For sex offenses committed on or after March 20, 2006: For the following offenses and special allegations, the minimum term shall be either the maximum of the standard sentence range for the offense or 25 years, whichever is greater:

     1) If the offense is rape of a child in the first degree, rape of a child in the second degree or child molestation in the first degree and the offense includes a special allegation that the offense was predatory.

     2) If the offense is rape in the first degree, rape in the second decree, indecent liberties by forcible compulsion, or kidnapping in the first degree with sexual motivation and the offense includes special allegation that the victim of the offense was under 15 years of age at the time of the offense.

     3) If the offense is rape in the first degree, rape in the second degree with forcible compulsion, indecent liberties with forcible compulsion, or kidnapping in the first degree with sexual motivation and this offense includes a special allegation that the victim of the offense was, at the time of the offense, developmentally disabled, mentally disordered, or a frail elder or vulnerable adult.

     Community Custody Violation: If I violate the conditions of my community custody, the Department of Corrections may sanction me up to 60 days confinement per violation and/or revoke my earned early release, or the Department of Corrections may impose additional conditions or other stipulated penalties. The court also has the authority to impose sanctions for any violation.

     (g) The prosecuting attorney will make the following recommendation to the judge: ______________________________

____________________________________________________________

____________________________________________________________

____________________________________________________________.

     [ ] The prosecutor will recommend as stated in the plea agreement, which is incorporated by reference.

     (h) The judge does not have to follow anyone's recommendation as to sentence. The judge must impose a sentence within the standard range unless it the judge finds substantial and compelling reasons not to do so (except as provided in paragraph 6(f)). I understand the following regarding exceptional sentences:

     (i) The judge may impose an exceptional sentence below the standard range if the judge finds mitigating circumstances supporting an exceptional sentence.

     (ii) The judge may impose an exceptional sentence above the standard range if I am being sentenced for more than one crime and I have an offender score of more than nine.

     (iii) The judge may also impose an exceptional sentence above the standard range if the State and I stipulate that justice is best served by imposition of an exceptional sentence and the judge agrees that an exceptional sentence is consistent with and in furtherance of the interests of justice and the purposes of the Sentencing Reform Act.

     (iv) The judge may also impose an exceptional sentence above the standard range if the State has given notice that it will seek an exceptional sentence, the notice states aggravating circumstances upon which the requested sentence will be based, and facts supporting an exceptional sentence are proven beyond a reasonable doubt to a unanimous jury, to a judge if I waive a jury, or by stipulated facts.

     If the court imposes a standard range sentence, then no one may appeal the sentence. If the court imposes an exceptional sentence after a hearing, either the State or I can appeal the sentence.

     (i) If I am not a citizen of the United States, a plea of guilty to an offense punishable as a crime under state law is grounds for deportation, exclusion from admission to the United States, or denial of naturalization pursuant to the laws of the United States.

     (j) I may not possess, own, or have under my control any firearm, and under federal law any firearm or ammunition, unless my right to do so is restored by the court in which I am convicted or a the superior court in Washington State where I live, and by a federal court if required. I must immediately surrender any concealed pistol license. RCW 9.41.040.

     (k) I will be ineligible to vote until that right is restored in a manner provided by law. If I am registered to vote, my voter registration will be cancelled. Wash. Const. art. VI, ง 3, RCW 29A.04.079, 29A.08.520.

     (l) Government assistance may be suspended during any period of confinement.

     (m) I will be required to register where I reside, study or work. The specific registration requirements are described in the "Offender Registration" Attachment.

     (n) I will be required to have a biological sample collected for purposes of DNA identification analysis, unless it is established that the Washington State Patrol crime laboratory already has a sample from me for a qualifying offense. I will be required to pay a $100.00 DNA collection fee.

     (o) I will be required to undergo testing for the human immunodeficiency (HIV/AIDS) virus.

     Notification Relating to Specific Crimes: If any of the following paragraphs DO NOT APPLY, counsel and the defendant shall strike them out. The defendant and the judge shall initial all paragraphs that DO APPLY.

     __ (p) This offense is a most serious offense or "strike" as defined by RCW 9.94A.030, and if I have at least two prior convictions for most serious offenses, whether in this state, in federal court, or elsewhere, the offense for which I am charged carries a mandatory sentence of life imprisonment without the possibility of parole. In addition, if this offense is (i) rape in the first degree, rape of a child in the first degree, rape in the second degree, rape of a child in the second degree, indecent liberties by forcible compulsion, or child molestation in the first degree, or (ii) murder in the first degree, murder in the second degree, homicide by abuse, kidnapping in the first degree, kidnapping in the second degree, assault in the first degree, assault in the second degree, assault of a child in the first degree, assault of a child in the second degree, or burglary in the first degree, with a finding of sexual motivation, or (iii) any attempt to commit any of the offenses listed in this sentence and I have at least one prior conviction for one of these listed offenses in this state, in federal court, or elsewhere, the offense for which I am charged carries a mandatory sentence of life imprisonment without the possibility of parole.

     __ (q) Special sex offender sentencing alternative: In addition to other eligibility requirements under RCW 9.94A.670, to be eligible for the special sex offender sentencing alternative, I understand that I must voluntarily and affirmatively admit that I committed all of the elements of the crime(s) to which I am pleading guilty. I make my voluntary and affirmative admission in my statement in paragraph 11.

     For offenses committed before September 1, 2001: The judge may suspend execution of the standard range term of confinement under the special sex offender sentencing alternative (SSOSA) if I qualify under former RCW 9.94A.120(8) (for offenses committed before July 1, 2001) or RCW 9.94A.670 (for offenses committed on or after July 1, 2001). If the judge suspends execution of the standard range term of confinement, I will be placed on community custody for the length of the suspended sentence or three years, whichever is greater; I will be ordered to serve up to 180 days of total confinement; I will be ordered to participate in sex offender treatment; I will have restrictions and requirements placed upon me; and I will be subject to all of the conditions described in paragraph 6(e). Additionally, the judge could require me to devote time to a specific occupation and to pursue a prescribed course of study or occupational training. If a violation of the sentence occurs during community custody, the judge may revoke the suspended sentence.

     For offenses committed on or after September 1, 2001: The judge may suspend execution of the standard range term of confinement or the minimum term of confinement under the special sex offender sentencing alternative (SSOSA) if I qualify under RCW 9.94A.670. If the judge suspends execution of the standard range term of confinement for a sex offense that is not listed in paragraph 6 (f)(i), I will be placed on community custody for the length of the suspended sentence or three years, whichever is greater. If the judge suspends execution of the minimum term of confinement for a sex offense listed in paragraph 6 (f)(i), I will be placed on community custody for the length of the statutory maximum sentence of the offense. In addition to the term of community custody, I will be ordered to serve up to 180 days of total confinement if I committed the crime prior to July 1, 2005, or up to 12 months with no early release if I committed the crime on or after July 1, 2005; I will be ordered to participate in sex offender treatment; I will have restrictions and requirements placed upon me, which may include electronic monitoring; and I will be subject to all of the conditions described in paragraph 6(e). Additionally, the judge could require me to devote time to a specific occupation and to pursue a prescribed course of study or occupational training. If a violation of the sentence occurs during community custody, the judge may revoke the suspended sentence.

     __ (r) If this is a crime of domestic violence, the court may order me to pay a domestic violence assessment of up to $100.00. If I, or the victim of the offense, have a minor child, the court may order me to participate in a domestic violence perpetrator program approved under RCW 26.50.150.

     __ (s) If I am subject to community custody and the judge finds that I have a chemical dependency that has contributed to the offense, the judge may order me to participate in rehabilitative programs or otherwise to perform affirmative conduct reasonably related to the circumstances of the crime for which I am pleading guilty.

     __ (t) I understand that RCW 46.20.285(4) requires that my driver's license be revoked if the judge finds I used a motor vehicle in the commission of this felony.

     __ (u) The crime of ____________________________ has a mandatory minimum sentence of at least __________ years of total confinement. This law does not apply to crimes committed on or after July 24, 2005, by a juvenile who was tried as an adult after decline of juvenile court jurisdiction. The law does not allow any reduction of this sentence. This mandatory minimum sentence is not the same as the mandatory sentence of life imprisonment without the possibility of parole described in paragraph 6[p].

     __ (v) I am being sentenced for two or more serious violent offenses arising from separate and distinct criminal conduct and the sentences imposed on counts _____ and _____ will run consecutively unless the judge finds substantial and compelling reasons to do otherwise.

     __ (w) The offense(s) I am pleading guilty to include a deadly weapon, firearm or sexual motivation enhancement. Deadly weapon, firearm, or sexual motivation enhancements are mandatory, they must be served in total confinement, and they must run consecutively to any other sentence and to any other deadly weapon, firearm, or sexual motivation enhancements.

     __ (x) For crimes committed on or after July 22, 2007: If I am pleading guilty to rape of a child in the first, second, or third degree or child molestation in the first, second or third degree, and I engaged, agreed or offered to engage the victim in sexual intercourse or sexual contact for a fee, or if I attempted, solicited another, or conspired to engage, agree or offer to engage the victim in sexual intercourse or sexual contact for a fee, then a one-year enhancement shall be added to the standard sentence range. If I am pleading guilty to more than one offense, the one-year enhancement must be added to the total period of total confinement for all offenses, regardless of which underlying offense is subject to the enhancement.

     7. I plead guilty to:

     count ____________________________________________

     count ____________________________________________

     count ____________________________________________

     count ____________________________________________

     in the ________________________ Information. I have received a copy of that Information.

     8. I make this plea freely and voluntarily.

     9. No one has threatened harm of any kind to me or to any other person to cause me to make this plea.

     10. No person has made promises of any kind to cause me to enter this plea except as set forth in this statement.

     11. The judge has asked me to state what I did in my own words that makes me guilty of this crime. This is my statement: _________________________________________________

_____________________________________________________________

_____________________________________________________________

_____________________________________________________________

_____________________________________________________________.

     [ ] Instead of making a statement, I agree that the court may review the police reports and/or a statement of probable cause supplied by the prosecution to establish a factual basis for the plea.

     12. My lawyer has explained to me, and we have fully discussed, all of the above paragraphs and the "Offender Registration" Attachment. I understand them all. I have been given a copy of this "Statement of Defendant on Plea of Guilty." I have no further questions to ask the judge.



Defendant
I have read and discussed this statement with the defendant and believe that the defendant is competent and fully understands the statement.



Prosecuting Attorney

Defendant's Lawyer


Print Name WSBA No. Print Name WSBA No.

The defendant signed the foregoing statement in open court in the presence of the defendant's lawyer and the undersigned judge. The defendant asserted that [check appropriate box]:

(a) The defendant had previously read the entire statement above and that the defendant understood it in full;
(b) The defendant's lawyer had previously read to him or her the entire statement above and that the defendant understood it in full; or
(c) An interpreter had previously read to the defendant the entire statement above and that the defendant understood it in full. The Interpreter's Declaration is attached.

Interpreter's Declaration: I am a certified or registered interpreter, or have been found otherwise qualified by the court to interpret, in the _________________________________ language, which the defendant understands. I have interpreted this document for the defendant from English into that language. I certify under penalty of perjury under the laws of the state of Washington that the foregoing is true and correct.
Signed at (city) _______________________, (state) _______________, on (date) ___________________.



Interpreter Print Name

I find the defendant's plea of guilty to be knowingly, intelligently and voluntarily made. Defendant understands the charges and the consequences of the plea. There is a factual basis for the plea. The defendant is guilty as charged.
Dated:

Judge

Case Name ______________________________ Cause No. ______________________________

     "Offender Registration" Attachment: sex offense, or kidnapping offense involving a minor as defined in Laws of 2010, ch. 267 ง 1 RCW 9A.44.128. (If required, attach to Statement of Defendant on Plea of Guilty.)

     1. General Applicability and Requirements: Because this crime involves a sex offense, or a kidnapping offense involving a minor as defined in Laws of 2010, ch. 267 ง 1 RCW 9A.44.128, I will be required to register.

     If I am a resident of Washington, I must register with the sheriff of the county of the state of Washington where I reside. I must register within three business days of being sentenced unless I am in custody, in which case I must register at the time of my release with the person designated by the agency that has jurisdiction over me. I must also register within three business days of my release with the sheriff of the county of the state of Washington where I will be residing.

     If I am not a resident of Washington but I am a student in Washington or I am employed in Washington or I carry on a vocation in Washington, I must register with the sheriff of the county of my school, place of employment, or vocation. I must register within three business days of being sentenced unless I am in custody, in which case I must register at the time of my release with the person designated by the agency that has jurisdiction over me. I must also register within three business days of my release with the sheriff of the county of my school, where I am employed, or where I carry on a vocation.

     2. Offenders Who are New Residents or Returning Washington Residents: If I move to Washington or if I leave this state following my sentencing or release from custody but later move back to Washington, I must register within three business days after moving to this state. If I leave this state following my sentencing or release from custody, but later while not a resident of Washington I become employed in Washington, carry on a vocation in Washington, or attend school in Washington, I must register within three business days after attending school in this state or becoming employed or carrying out a vocation in this state.

     3. Change of Residence Within State: If I change my residence within a county, I must provide, by certified mail, with return receipt requested or in person, signed written notice of my change of residence to the sheriff within three business days of moving. If I change my residence to a new county within this state, I must register with the sheriff of the new county within three business days of moving. Also within three business days, I must provide, by certified mail, with return receipt requested or in person, signed written notice of my change of address to the sheriff of the county where I last registered.

     4. Leaving the State or Moving to Another State: If I move to another state, or if I work, carry on a vocation, or attend school in another state I must register a new address, fingerprints, and photograph with the new state within three business days after establishing residence, or after beginning to work, carry on a vocation, or attend school in the new state. If I move out of state, I must also send written notice within three business days of moving to the new state or to a foreign country to the county sheriff with whom I last registered in Washington State.

     5. Notification Requirement When Enrolling in or Employed by a Public or Private Institution of Higher Education or Common School (K-12): I must give notice to the sheriff of the county where I am registered within three business days:

     i) before arriving at a school or institution of higher education to attend classes;

     ii) before starting work at an institution of higher education; or

     iii) After any termination of enrollment or employment at a school or institution of higher education.

     If I am a resident of Washington and I am admitted to a public or private institution of higher education, I shall, within three business days prior to arriving at the institution, notify the sheriff of the county of my residence of my intent to attend the institution. If I become employed at a public or private institution of higher education, I am required to notify the sheriff of the county of my residence of my employment by the institution within three business days prior to beginning to work at the institution. If my enrollment or employment at a public or private institution of higher education is terminated, I am required to notify the sheriff of the county of my residence of my termination of enrollment or employment within three business days of such termination. If I attend, or plan to attend, a public or private school regulated under Title 28A RCW or chapter 72.40 RCW, I am required to notify the sheriff of the county of my residence of my intent to attend the school. I must notify the sheriff within three business days prior to arriving at the school to attend classes. The sheriff shall promptly notify the principal of the school.

     6. Registration by a Person Who Does Not Have a Fixed Residence: Even if I do not have a fixed residence, I am required to register. Registration must occur within three business days of release in the county where I am being supervised if I do not have a residence at the time of my release from custody. Within three business days after losing my fixed residence, I must send signed written notice to the sheriff of the county where I last registered. If I enter a different county and stay there for more than 24 hours, I will be required to register with the sheriff of the new county not more than three business days after entering the new county. I must also report in person to the sheriff of the county where I am registered on a weekly basis. The weekly report will be on a day specified by the county sheriff's office, and shall occur during normal business hours. I must keep an accurate accounting of where I stay during the week and provide it to the county sheriff upon request. The lack of a fixed residence is a factor that may be considered in determining a sex offender's risk level and shall make me subject to disclosure to the public at large pursuant to RCW 4.24.550.

     7. Application for a Name Change: If I apply for a name change, I must submit a copy of the application to the county sheriff of the county of my residence and to the state patrol not fewer than five days before the entry of an order granting the name change. If I receive an order changing my name, I must submit a copy of the order to the county sheriff of the county of my residence and to the state patrol within three business days of the entry of the order. RCW 9A.44.130(7).


Date: ______________________________ _____________________________________

Defendant's signature


SUPERIOR COURT OF WASHINGTON

COUNTY OF _______________

JUVENILE COURT NO:
STATE OF WASHINGTON STATEMENT ON PLEA OF GUILTY

(STJOPG)

vs.
Respondent
     1. My true name is: .

     I am also known as: _________________________________.

     2. My age is __________. Date of Birth: ____________.

     3. I have been informed and fully understand that I have the right to a lawyer, and that if I cannot afford to pay for a lawyer, the judge will provide me with one at no cost. I understand that a lawyer can look at the social and legal files in my case, talk to the police, probation counselor and prosecuting attorney, tell me about the law, help me understand my rights, and help me at trial.

     4. I understand that I am charged with Count 1 _________

_____________________________________________________________,

     the elements of which are ______________________________

_____________________________________________________________

_____________________________________________________________;

     Count 2 ________________________________________________

_____________________________________________________________,

     the elements of which are ______________________________

_____________________________________________________________

_____________________________________________________________.

     And I have been given a copy of the charge(s).

     5. I UNDERSTAND I HAVE THE FOLLOWING IMPORTANT RIGHTS, AND I GIVE THEM ALL UP BY PLEADING GUILTY:

     a. I have the right to a speedy and public trial in the county where the offense(s) allegedly occurred.

     b. I have the right to remain silent before and during trial, and I need not testify against myself.

     c. I have the right to hear and question witnesses who might testify against me.

     d. I have the right to testify and to have witnesses testify for me. These witnesses may be required to appear at no cost to me.

     e. I am presumed innocent unless the charge is proven beyond a reasonable doubt or I enter a plea of guilty.

     f. I have the right to appeal a finding of guilt after trial.

     6. I have been informed that in order to determine an appropriate sentence regarding the charges to which I plead guilty in this matter, the judge will take into consideration my criminal history, which is as follows:

     a.

     b.

     c.

     d.

     e.

     f.

     7. The Standard Sentencing Range, which was calculated using my criminal history as referenced in Paragraph 6, above, is as follows:


     [ ] LOCAL SANCTIONS:


COUNT SUPERVISION COMMUNITY RESTITUTION FINE DETENTION CVC RESTITUTION
[ ] 1 0 to 12 months 0 to 150 hours $0 to $500 0 to 30 Days $75/$100 [ ] As required [ ] ____
[ ] 2 0 to 12 months 0 to 150 hours $0 to $500 0 to 30 Days $75/$100 [ ] As required [ ] ____
[ ] 3 0 to 12 months 0 to 150 hours $0 to $500 0 to 30 Days $75/$100 [ ] As required [ ] ____

     I understand that, if community supervision is imposed, I will be required to comply with various rules, which could include school attendance, curfew, law abiding behavior, associational restrictions, counseling, treatment, urinalysis, and/or other conditions deemed appropriate by the judge. Failure to comply with the conditions of supervision could result in a violation being found and further confinement imposed for the violation up to 30 days.


     [ ] JUVENILE REHABILITATION ADMINISTRATION (JRA) COMMITMENT:


COUNT WEEKS AT JUVENILE REHABILITATION ADMINISTRATION (JRA) FACILITY CVC RESTITUTION
[ ] 1 [ ] 15 - 36 [ ] 30 - 40 [ ] 52 - 65 [ ] 80 - 100 [ ] 103 - 129 [ ] 180 - Age 21 $75/$100 [ ] As required [ ] ___
[ ] 2 [ ] 15 - 36 [ ] 30 - 40 [ ] 52 - 65 [ ] 80 - 100 [ ] 103 - 129 [ ] 180 - Age 21 $75/$100 [ ] As required [ ] ___
[ ] 3 [ ] 15 - 36 [ ] 30 - 40 [ ] 52 - 65 [ ] 80 - 100 [ ] 103 - 129 [ ] 180 - Age 21 $75/$100 [ ] As required [ ] ___

     I understand that, if I am committed to a Juvenile Rehabilitation Administration (JRA) facility, following my release I may be required to comply with a program of parole for a number of months. I understand that if placed on parole, I will be under the supervision of a parole officer. The conditions of parole will restrict my actions and may require me to participate in activities and programs including, but not limited to, evaluation, treatment, education, employment, community restitution, electronic monitoring, and urinalysis. Failure to comply with the conditions of parole may result in parole revocation and further confinement. If the offense to which I am pleading guilty is a sex offense, failure to comply with the conditions of parole may result in further confinement of up to 24 weeks.

     I understand that if I am pleading guilty to two or more offenses, the disposition terms shall run consecutively (one term after the other) subject to the limitations in RCW 13.40.180.

     I understand that if any additional criminal history is discovered, both the standard sentence range and the prosecuting attorney's recommendation may increase. Even so, my plea of guilty to this charge is binding.

     8. RIGHT TO APPEAL SENTENCE: I understand, that the judge must impose a sentence within the standard range, unless the judge finds by clear and convincing evidence that the standard range sentence would amount to a manifest injustice. If the judge goes outside the standard range, either the state or I can appeal that sentence. If the sentence is within the standard range, no one can appeal the sentence.

     9. MAXIMUM PUNISHMENT: I have been informed, and fully understand, that the maximum punishment I can receive is commitment until I am 21 years old, but that I may be incarcerated for no longer than the adult maximum sentence for this offense.

     10. COUNTS AS CRIMINAL HISTORY: I understand that my plea of guilty and the judge's acceptance of my plea will become part of my criminal history. I understand that if I am pleading guilty to two or more offenses that arise out of the same course of conduct, only the most serious offense will count as an offense in my criminal history. I understand that my guilty plea will remain part of my criminal history when I am an adult and may affect my ability to remain in the Juvenile Justice System should I re-offend. I understand that the judge will consider my criminal history when sentencing me for any offense that I commit in the future as an adult or juvenile.

     11. GROUNDS FOR DEPORTATION: If I am not a citizen of the United States, a plea of guilty to an offense punishable as a crime under state law is may be grounds for deportation, exclusion from admission to the United States, or denial of naturalization pursuant to the laws of the United States.

     12. NOTIFICATION RELATING TO SPECIFIC CRIMES: IF ANY OF THE FOLLOWING PARAGRAPHS DO NOT APPLY, THEY SHOULD BE STRICKEN AND INITIALED BY THE DEFENDANT AND THE JUDGE.

     [A] SUSPENSION/REVOCATION OF DRIVING PRIVILEGE FOR FIREARMS OR DRUGS: I have been informed that if the offense that I am pleading guilty to involves a finding that I was armed with a firearm when I committed the offense or if the offense was a violation of RCW 9.41.040 (2)(a)(iii) or chapters 66.44, 69.41, 69.50 or 69.52 and I was 13 years of age or older when I committed the offense, then the plea will result in the suspension or revocation of my privilege to drive.

     [B] SUSPENSION/REVOCATION OF DRIVING PRIVILEGE FOR DRIVING OFFENSES: I have been informed that if the offense that I am pleading guilty to is any felony in the commission of which a motor vehicle was used, reckless driving, driving or being in physical control of a motor vehicle while under the influence of intoxicants, driving while license suspended or revoked, vehicular assault, vehicular homicide, hit and run, theft of motor vehicle fuel, or attempting to elude a pursuing police vehicle, the plea will result in the suspension or revocation of my privilege to drive.

     [C] OFFENDER REGISTRATION FOR SEX OFFENSE OR KIDNAPPING OFFENSE: Because this crime involves a sex offense, or a kidnapping offense involving a minor, or sexual misconduct with a minor in the second degree, communication with a minor for immoral purposes, or attempt, solicitation, or conspiracy to commit a sex offense or a kidnapping offense involving a minor, as defined in Laws of 2010, ch. 267, ง 1 RCW 9A.44.128, I will be required to register where I reside, study or work. The specific registration requirements are set forth in the "Offender Registration" Attachment.

     [D] DNA TESTING: Pursuant to RCW 43.43.754, if this crime involves a felony, or an offense which requires sex or kidnapping offender registration, or any of the following offenses: stalking, harassment, communication with a minor for immoral purposes, assault in the fourth degree with sexual motivation, custodial sexual misconduct in the second degree, failure to register as a sex or kidnapping offender, patronizing a prostitute, sexual misconduct with a minor in the second degree, or violation of a sexual assault protection order, I will be required to have a biological sample collected for purposes of DNA identification analysis. This paragraph does not apply if it is established that the Washington State Patrol crime laboratory already has a sample from me for a qualifying offense.

     [E] HIV TESTING: If this crime involves a sexual offense, prostitution, or a drug offense associated with hypodermic needles, I will be required to undergo testing for the human immunodeficiency (HIV/AIDS) virus. RCW 70.24.340.

     [F] DOMESTIC VIOLENCE ASSESSMENT: If this offense involves domestic violence, I may be required to pay a domestic violence assessment of up to $100.

     [G] CRIME LAB FEES: If this offense involves a controlled substance, I will be required to pay $100 for the State Patrol Crime Lab fees to test the substance.

     [H] SCHOOL NOTIFICATION: If I am enrolled in a common school, the court will notify the principal of my plea of guilty if the offense for which I am pleading guilty is a violent offense as defined in RCW 9.94A.030; a sex offense as defined in RCW 9.94A.030; inhaling toxic fumes under chapter 9.47A RCW; a controlled substance violation under chapter 69.50 RCW; a liquor violation under RCW 66.44.270; or any crime under chapters 9.41, 9A.36, 9A.40, 9A.46, and 9A.48 RCW. RCW 13.04.155.

     [I] SCHOOL ATTENDANCE WITH VICTIM PROHIBITED: I understand that if I am pleading guilty to a sex offense, I will not be allowed to attend the school attended by the victim or victim's siblings. RCW 13.40.160.

     [J] FEDERAL BENEFITS: I understand that if I am pleading guilty to a felony drug offense, my eligibility for state and federal food stamps and welfare will be affected. 21 U.S.C. ง 862a.

     [K] MANDATORY MINIMUM SENTENCE: The crime of has a mandatory minimum sentence of at least weeks of total confinement. The law does not allow any reduction of this sentence.

     [L] RIGHT TO POSSESS FIREARMS: [JUDGE MUST READ THE FOLLOWING TO OFFENDER] I have been informed that if I am pleading guilty to any offense that is classified as a felony or any of the following crimes when committed by one family or household member against another: assault in the fourth degree, coercion, stalking, reckless endangerment, criminal trespass in the first degree, or violation of the provisions of a protection order or no-contact order restraining the person or excluding the person from a residence; that I may not possess, own, or have under my control any firearm, and under federal law any firearm or ammunition, unless my right to do so has been restored by the court in which I am adjudicated or the a superior court in Washington State where I live, and by a federal court if required. RCW 9.41.040(1).

     [M] FIREARMS POSSESSION OR COMMISSION WHILE ARMED:

     [i] Minimum 10 Days for Possession Under Age 18: I understand that the offense I am pleading guilty to includes possession of a firearm in violation of RCW 9.41.040 (1)(b)(2)(a)(iii), and pursuant to RCW 13.40.193, the judge will impose a mandatory minimum disposition of 10 days of confinement, which must be served in total confinement without possibility of release until a minimum of 10 days has been served.

     [ii] Unlawful Possession with Stolen Firearm: I understand that if the offenses I am pleading guilty to include both a conviction under RCW 9.41.040 for unlawful possession of a firearm in the first or second degree and one or more convictions for the felony crimes of theft of a firearm or possession of a stolen firearm, that the sentences imposed for these crimes shall be served consecutively to each other. A consecutive sentence will also be imposed for each firearm unlawfully possessed.

     [iii] Armed During Commission of Any Offense: I understand that if the offense I am pleading guilty to includes a finding that either I or my accomplice was armed with a firearm during the commission of the offense, that the standard range disposition shall be determined pursuant to RCW 13.40.160, unless the judge finds a manifest injustice, in which case the disposition shall be determined pursuant to RCW 13.40.193(3). Such confinement will run consecutive to any other sentence that may be imposed.

     [iv] Armed During Commission of a Felony: I further understand that the offense I am pleading guilty to includes a finding that either myself or my accomplice was armed with a firearm during the commission of a felony (other than possession of a machine gun, possession of a stolen firearm, drive-by shooting, theft of a firearm, unlawful possession of a firearm in the first or second degree, or use of a machine gun in a felony) and, therefore, the following mandatory periods of total confinement will be added to my sentence: For a class A felony, six (6) months; for a class B felony, four (4) months; and for a class C felony, two (2) months. Such confinement will run consecutive to any other sentence that may be imposed.

     13. I understand that the prosecuting attorney will make the following recommendation to the judge: __________________

_____________________________________________________________

_____________________________________________________________

_____________________________________________________________.

     14. I understand that the probation counselor will make the following recommendation to the judge: _________________

_____________________________________________________________

_____________________________________________________________

_____________________________________________________________

_____________________________________________________________.

     15. Although the judge will consider recommendations of the prosecuting attorney and the probation officer, the judge may impose any sentence he or she feels is appropriate, up to the maximum allowed by law.

     16. The judge has asked me to state in my own words what I did that makes me guilty of this crime. This is my statement: _________________________________________________

_____________________________________________________________

_____________________________________________________________.

     [ ] Instead of making a statement, I agree that the judge may review the police reports and/or a statement of probable cause supplied by the prosecution to establish a factual basis for the plea.

     17. I plead guilty to count _________________ in the ____________________________ Information. I have received a copy of that Information.

     18. I make this plea freely. No one has threatened to harm me or anyone else to get me to plead guilty.

     19. No one has made any promises to make me plead guilty, except as written in this statement.

     20. I have read or someone has read to me everything printed above, and in Attachment "A," if applicable, and I understand it in full. I have been given a copy of this statement. I have no more questions to ask the judge.


Dated:

Respondent
I have read and discussed this statement with the respondent and believe that the respondent is competent and fully understands the statement.



Deputy Prosecuting Attorney

WSBA No. Attorney for Respondent WSBA No.


Type or Print Name Type or Print Name

JUDGE'S CERTIFICATE

The foregoing statement was signed by the respondent in open court in the presence of his or her lawyer and the undersigned judge. The respondent asserted that [check appropriate box]:
(a) The respondent had previously read the entire statement above and that the respondent understood it in full;
(b) The respondent's lawyer had previously read to him or her the entire statement above and that the respondent understood it in full; or
(c) An interpreter had previously read to the respondent the entire statement above and that the defendant understood it in full. The Interpreter's Declaration is attached.

INTERPRETER'S DECLARATION: I am a certified or registered interpreter, or have been found otherwise qualified by the court to interpret, in the _________________________________ language, which the defendant understands. I have interpreted this document for the defendant from English into that language. I certify under penalty of perjury under the laws of the state of Washington that the foregoing is true and correct.
Signed at (city) _______________________, (state) _______________, on (date) ___________________.



Interpreter Print Name

I find the respondent's plea of guilty is knowingly, intelligently, and voluntarily made. Respondent understands the charges and the consequences of the plea. There is a factual basis for the plea. The respondent is guilty as charged.
Dated:

Judge/Commissioner

Case Name ______________________________ Cause No. _______________________________
D.O.B: ______________________________

     "Offender Registration" Attachment: Offender Registration For Sex Offense or Kidnapping Offense (If required, attach to Statement on Plea of Guilty.)

     1. General Applicability and Requirements: Because this crime involves a sex offense or a kidnapping offense involving a minor as defined in Laws of 2010, ch. 267 ง 1 RCW 9A.44.128, I will be required to register.

     If I am a resident of Washington, I must register with the sheriff of the county of the state of Washington where I reside. I must register within three business days of being sentenced unless I am in custody, in which case I must register at the time of my release with the person designated by the agency that has jurisdiction over me and I must also register within three business days of my release with the sheriff of the county of the state of Washington where I will be residing.

     If I am not a resident of Washington but I am a student in Washington or I am employed in Washington or I carry on a vocation in Washington, I must register with the sheriff of the county of my school, place of employment, or vocation. I must register within three business days of being sentenced unless I am in custody, in which case I must register at the time of my release with the person designated by the agency that has jurisdiction over me and I must also register within three business days of my release with the sheriff of the county of the state of Washington where I am a student, where I am employed or where I carry on a vocation.

     2. Offenders Who are New Residents or Returning Washington Residents: If I move to Washington or if I leave this state following my sentencing or release from custody but later move back to Washington, I must register within three business days after moving to this state. If I leave this state following my sentencing or release from custody, but later while not a resident of Washington I become employed in Washington, carry on a vocation in Washington, or attend school in Washington, I must register within three business days after attending school in this state or becoming employed or carrying out a vocation in this state.

     3. Change of Residence Within State: If I change my residence within a county, I must provide, by certified mail, with return receipt requested or in person, signed written notice of my change of residence to the sheriff within three business days of moving. If I change my residence to a new county within this state, I must register with the sheriff of the new county within three business days of moving. Also within three business days, I must provide, by certified mail, with return receipt requested or in person, signed written notice of my change of address to the sheriff of the county where I last registered.

     4. Leaving the State or Moving to Another State: If I move to another state, or if I work, carry on a vocation, or attend school in another state, I must register a new address, fingerprints, and photograph with the new state within three business days after establishing residence, or after beginning to work, carry on a vocation, or attend school in the new state. If I move out of the state, I must also send written notice within three business days of moving to the new state or to a foreign country to the county sheriff with whom I last registered in Washington State.

     5. Notification Requirement When Enrolling in or Employed by a Public or Private Institution of Higher Education or Common School (K-12): I must give notice to the sheriff of the county where I am registered within three business days:

     i) before arriving at a school or institution of higher education to attend classes;

     ii) before starting work at an institution of higher education; or

     iii) after any termination of enrollment or employment at a school or institution of higher education. If I am a resident of Washington and I am admitted to a public or private institution of higher education, I shall, within three business days prior to arriving at the institution, notify the sheriff of the county of my residence of my intent to attend the institution. If I become employed at a public or private institution of higher education, I am required to notify the sheriff of the county of my residence of my employment by the institution within three business days prior to beginning to work at the institution. If my enrollment or employment at a public or private institution of higher education is terminated, I am required to notify the sheriff of the county of my residence of my termination of enrollment or employment within three business days of such termination. If I attend, or plan to attend, a public or private school regulated under Title 28A RCW or chapter 72.40 RCW, I am required to notify the sheriff of the county of my residence of my intent to attend the school. I must notify the sheriff within three business days prior to arriving at the school to attend classes. The sheriff shall promptly notify the principal of the school.

     6. Registration by a Person Who Does Not Have a Fixed Residence: Even if I do not have a fixed residence, I am required to register. Registration must occur within three business days of release in the county where I am being supervised if I do not have a residence at the time of my release from custody. Within three business days after losing my fixed residence, I must send signed written notice to the sheriff of the county where I last registered. If I enter a different county and stay there for more than 24 hours, I will be required to register with the sheriff of the new county not more than three business days after entering the new county. I must also report in person to the sheriff of the county where I am registered on a weekly basis. The weekly report will be on a day specified by the county sheriff's office, and shall occur during normal business hours. I must keep an accurate accounting of where I stay during the week and provide it to the county sheriff upon request. The lack of a fixed residence is a factor that may be considered in determining a sex offender's risk level and shall make me subject to disclosure to the public at large pursuant to RCW 4.24.550.

     7. Application for a Name Change: If I apply for a name change, I must submit a copy of the application to the county sheriff of the county of my residence and to the state patrol not fewer than five days before the entry of an order granting the name change. If I receive an order changing my name, I must submit a copy of the order to the county sheriff of the county of my residence and to the state patrol within three business days of the entry of the order. RCW 9A.44.130(7).


Date: __________________________________ ______________________________________

Respondent's signature

                                   Court of Washington

for

No.

vs.

Plaintiff, Statement of Defendant on Plea of Guilty
Defendant.
     1. My true name is _________________________________.

     2. My age is ______________________________________.

     3. I went through the _______ grade.

     4. I Have Been Informed and Fully Understand that:

     (a) I have the right to representation by a lawyer and that if I cannot afford to pay for a lawyer, one will be provided at no expense to me.

     (b) I am charged with:

Count     Crime RCW or Ordinance (with subsection)
1.
2.
3.
4.

     [ ] In count(s) _________, the defendant committed the offense against another family or household member as defined in RCW 10.99.020.

     The elements are:

     [ ] as set out in the charging document.

     [ ] as follows: _______________________________________

_____________________________________________________________

_____________________________________________________________

_____________________________________________________________.

     5. I Understand That I Have the Following Important Rights, and I Give Them All Up by Pleading Guilty:

     (a) The right to a speedy and public trial by an impartial jury in the county where the crime is alleged to have been committed;

     (b) The right to remain silent before and during trial, and the right to refuse to testify against myself;

     (c) The right at trial to hear and question the witnesses who testify against me;

     (d) The right at trial to testify and to have witnesses testify for me. These witnesses can be made to appear at no expense to me;

     (e) I am presumed innocent unless the charge is proven beyond a reasonable doubt or I enter a plea of guilty;

     (f) The right to appeal a finding of guilt after a trial.

     6. In Considering the Consequences of my Guilty Plea, I Understand That:

     (a) The crime with which I am charged carries a maximum sentence of ____ days in jail and a $_______ fine.

     (b) The prosecuting authority will make the following recommendation to the judge: ______________________________

____________________________________________________________

____________________________________________________________.

     (c) The judge does not have to follow anyone's recommendation as to sentence. The judge can give me any sentence up to the maximum authorized by law no matter what the prosecuting authority or anyone else recommends.

     (d) The judge may place me on probation for up to five (5) years if I am sentenced for a domestic violence offense or under RCW 46.61.5055, or up to two (2) years for all other offenses and impose conditions of probation. If the court orders me to appear at a hearing regarding my compliance with probation and I fail to attend the hearing, the term of probation will be tolled until I appear before the court on the record.

     (e) The judge may require me to pay costs, fees and assessments authorized by law. The judge may also order me to make restitution to any victims who lost money or property as a result of crimes I committed. The maximum amount of restitution is double the amount of the loss of all victims or double the amount of my gain.

     (f) If I am not a citizen of the United States, a plea of guilty to an offense punishable as a crime under state law is may be grounds for deportation, exclusion from admission to the United States, or denial of naturalization pursuant to the laws of the United States.


Notification Relating to Specific Crimes: If any of the Following Paragraphs Apply, the Box Should Be Checked and the Paragraph Initialed by the Defendant.


     [ ] (g) The crime of ___________________ has a mandatory minimum sentence of _____________________ days in jail and $_______ fine plus costs and assessments. The law does not allow any reduction of this sentence.

     [ ] (h) If this crime involves a sexual offense, prostitution, or a drug offense associated with hypodermic needles, I will be required to undergo testing for the human immunodeficiency (HIV/AIDS) virus.

     [ ] (i) This plea of guilty will result in suspension or revocation of my driving license or privilege by the Department of Licensing for a period of _________. This period may not include suspension or revocation based on other matters.

     [ ] (j) I may not possess, own, or have under my control any firearm, and under federal law any firearm or ammunition, unless my right to do so is restored by a the court of record that ordered the prohibition on possession of a firearm or the superior court in Washington State where I live, and by a federal court if required. I must immediately surrender any concealed pistol license. RCW 9.41.040.

     [ ] (k) If this crime involves a violation of Title 77 RCW, the Department of Fish and Wildlife may, and in some cases shall, suspend or revoke my privileges.

     [ ] (l) If this crime involves a drug offense, my eligibility for state and federal education benefits will be affected. 20 U.S.C. ง 1091(r).

     [ ] (m) This plea of guilty is considered a conviction under RCW 46.25.010 and I will be disqualified from driving a commercial motor vehicle. RCW 46.25.090. I am required to notify the Department of Licensing and my employer of this guilty plea within 30 days after the judge signs this document. RCW 46.25.030.

     [ ] (n) If this case involves driving while under the influence of alcohol and/or being in actual physical control of a vehicle while under the influence of alcohol and/or drugs, I have been informed and understand that I will be subject to:

     [ ] the penalties described in the "DUI" Attachment.

     OR

     [ ] these penalties: The mandatory minimum sentence of ______ days in jail, ______ days of electronic home monitoring and $________ monetary penalty. The court shall require me to apply for an ignition interlock driver's license and to drive only with a functioning ignition interlock device or, if the court waives those requirements, to submit to alcohol monitoring, for ____ year(s). I may also be required to drive only motor vehicles equipped with an ignition interlock device as imposed by the Department of Licensing and/or the court. My driving privilege will be suspended or revoked by the Department of Licensing for the period of time stated in paragraph 6(i). In lieu of the minimum jail term, the judge may order me to serve ______ days in electronic home monitoring. If I do not have a dwelling, telephone service, or any other necessity to operate electronic home monitoring, if I live out of state, or if the judge determines I would violate the terms of electronic home monitoring, the judge may waive electronic home monitoring and impose an alternative sentence which may include additional jail time, work crew or work camp.

     [ ] (o) If this case involves reckless driving and the original charge was driving while under the influence of alcohol and/or being in actual physical control of a vehicle while under the influence of alcohol and/or drugs and I have one or more prior offenses, as defined in RCW 46.61.5055(14), within 7 years; or if the original charge was vehicular homicide (RCW 46.61.520) or vehicular assault (RCW 46.61.522) committed while under the influence of intoxicating liquor or any drug, I have been informed and understanding that I will be subject to the penalties for Reckless Driving described in the "DUI" Attachment.

     [ ] (p) If this case involves negligent driving in the first degree, and I have one or more prior offenses, as defined in RCW 46.61.5055(14), within 7 years, I have been informed and understand that I will be subject to the penalties for Negligent Driving - 1st Degree described in the "DUI" Attachment.

     [ ] (oq) If this crime involves sexual misconduct with a minor in the second degree, communication with a minor for immoral purposes, or attempt, solicitation or conspiracy to commit a sex offense, or a kidnapping offense involving a minor, as defined in RCW 9A.44.128, I will be required to register with the county sheriff as described in the "Offender Registration" Attachment.

     [ ] (pr) Pursuant to RCW 43.43.754, if this crime is an offense which requires sex or kidnapping offender registration, or is one of the following offenses: assault in the fourth degree with sexual motivation, communication with a minor for immoral purposes, custodial sexual misconduct in the second degree, failure to register, harassment, patronizing a prostitute, sexual misconduct with a minor in the second degree, stalking, or violation of a sexual assault protection order granted under chapter 7.90 RCW, I will be required to have a biological sample collected for purposes of DNA identification analysis, unless it is established that the Washington State Patrol crime laboratory already has a sample from me for a qualifying offense.

     [ ] (qs) Travel Restrictions: I will be required to contact my probation officer, the probation director or designee, or the court if there is no probation department, to request permission to travel or transfer to another state if I am placed on probation for one (1) year or more and this crime involves: (i) an offense in which a person has incurred direct or threatened physical or psychological harm; (ii) an offense that involves the use or possession of a firearm; (iii) a second or subsequent misdemeanor offense of driving while impaired by drugs or alcohol; (iv) a sexual offense that requires the offender to register as a sex offender in the sending state. I understand that I will be required to pay an application fee with my travel or transfer request.

     7. I plead guilty to the crime(s) of ___________________ as charged in the complaint(s) or citation(s) and notice. I have received a copy of that complaint or citation and notice.

     8. I make this plea freely and voluntarily.

     9. No one has threatened harm of any kind to me or to any other person to cause me to make this plea.

     10. No person has made promises of any kind to cause me to enter this plea except as set forth in this statement.

     11. Statement of Facts: The judge has asked me to state in my own words what I did that makes me guilty of the crime(s). This is my statement (state the specific facts that support each element of the crime(s)):

_____________________________________________________________

_____________________________________________________________

_____________________________________________________________

_____________________________________________________________

_____________________________________________________________

_____________________________________________________________.

     [ ] Instead of making a statement, I agree that the court may review the police reports and/or a statement of probable cause supplied by the prosecution to establish a factual basis for the plea.

     12. My lawyer has explained to me, and we have fully discussed, all of the above paragraphs. I understand them all. I have been given a copy of this "Statement of Defendant on Plea of Guilty." I have no further questions to ask the judge.


Date:
Defendant
I have read and discussed this statement with the defendant and believe that the defendant is competent and fully understands the statement.

Prosecuting Authority Defendant's Lawyer

Type or Print Name WSBA No. Type or Print Name WSBA No.
The foregoing statement was signed by the defendant in open court in the presence of the defendant's lawyer and the undersigned judge. The defendant asserted that (check the appropriate box):
[ ] (a) The defendant had previously read; or
[ ] (b) The defendant's lawyer had previously read to him or her; or
[ ] (c) An interpreter had previously read to the defendant the entire statement above and that the defendant understood it in full.

     Interpreter Declaration: I am a certified or registered interpreter, or have been found otherwise qualified by the court to interpret in the ______________________________ language, which the defendant understands. I have translated this document for the defendant from English into that language. I certify under penalty of perjury under the laws of the state of Washington that the foregoing is true and correct.


Signed at (city) , (state) , on (date) .
Interpreter Print Name
I find the defendant's plea of guilty to be knowingly, intelligently and voluntarily made. Defendant understands the charges and the consequences of the plea. There is a factual basis for the plea. The defendant is guilty as charged.
Dated:
Judge

Case Name: ______________________________ Cause No.: ______________________________

     "Offender Registration" Attachment: Sexual misconduct with a minor in the second degree, communication with a minor for immoral purposes, or attempt, solicitation or conspiracy to commit a sex offense, or kidnapping offense involving a minor, as defined in RCW 9A.44.128. (If required, attach to Statement of Defendant on Plea of Guilty.)

     1. General Applicability and Requirements: Because this crime involves sexual misconduct with a minor in the second degree, communication with a minor for immoral purposes, or attempt, solicitation or conspiracy to commit a sex offense, or a kidnapping offense involving a minor, as defined in RCW 9A.44.128, I will be required to register.

     If I am a resident of Washington, I must register with the sheriff of the county of the state of Washington where I reside. I must register within three business days of being sentenced unless I am in custody, in which case I must register at the time of my release with the person designated by the agency that has jurisdiction over me. I must also register within three business days of my release with the sheriff of the county of the state of Washington where I will be residing.

     If I am not a resident of Washington but I am a student in Washington or I am employed in Washington or I carry on a vocation in Washington, I must register with the sheriff of the county of my school, place of employment, or vocation. I must register within three business days of being sentenced unless I am in custody, in which case I must register at the time of my release with the person designated by the agency that has jurisdiction over me. I must also register within three business days of my release with the sheriff of the county of my school, where I am employed, or where I carry on a vocation.

     2. Offenders Who are New Residents or Returning Washington Residents: If I move to Washington or if I leave this state following my sentencing or release from custody but later move back to Washington, I must register within three business days after moving to this state. If I leave this state following my sentencing or release from custody, but later while not a resident of Washington I become employed in Washington, carry on a vocation in Washington, or attend school in Washington, I must register within three business days after attending school in this state or becoming employed or carrying out a vocation in this state.

     3. Change of Residence Within State: If I change my residence within a county, I must provide, by certified mail, with return receipt requested or in person, signed written notice of my change of residence to the sheriff within three business days of moving. If I change my residence to a new county within this state, I must register with the sheriff of the new county within three business days of moving. Also within three business days, I must provide, by certified mail, with return receipt requested or in person, signed written notice of my change of address to the sheriff of the county where I last registered.

     4. Leaving the State or Moving to Another State: If I move to another state, or if I work, carry on a vocation, or attend school in another state I must register a new address, fingerprints, and photograph with the new state within three business days after establishing residence, or after beginning to work, carry on a vocation, or attend school in the new state. If I move out of the state, I must also send written notice within three business days of moving to the new state or to a foreign country to the county sheriff with whom I last registered in Washington State.

     5. Notification Requirement When Enrolling in or Employed by a Public or Private Institution of Higher Education or Common School (K-12): I must give notice to the sheriff of the county where I am registered within three business days:

     i) before arriving at a school or institution of higher education to attend classes;

     ii) before starting work at an institution of higher education; or

     iii) after any termination of enrollment or employment at a school or institution of higher education. If I am a resident of Washington and I am admitted to a public or private institution of higher education, I shall, within three business days prior to arriving at the institution, notify the sheriff of the county of my residence of my intent to attend the institution. If I become employed at a public or private institution of higher education, I am required to notify the sheriff of the county of my residence of my employment by the institution within three business days prior to beginning to work at the institution. If my enrollment or employment at a public or private institution of higher education is terminated, I am required to notify the sheriff for the county of my residence of my termination of enrollment or employment within three business days of such termination. If I attend, or plan to attend, a public or private school regulated under Title 28A RCW or chapter 72.40 RCW, I am required to notify the sheriff of the county of my residence of my intent to attend the school. I must notify the sheriff within three business days prior to arriving at the school to attend classes. The sheriff shall promptly notify the principal of the school.

     6. Registration by a Person Who Does Not Have a Fixed Residence: Even if I do not have a fixed residence, I am required to register. Registration must occur within three business days of release in the county where I am being supervised if I do not have a residence at the time of my release from custody. Within three business days after losing my fixed residence, I must send signed written notice to the sheriff of the county where I last registered. If I enter a different county and stay there for more than 24 hours, I will be required to register with the sheriff of the new county not more than three business days after entering the new county. I must also report in person to the sheriff of the county where I am registered on a weekly basis. The weekly report will be on a day specified by the county sheriff's office, and shall occur during normal business hours. I must keep an accurate accounting of where I stay during the week and provide it to the county sheriff upon request. The lack of a fixed residence is a factor that may be considered in determining a sex offender's risk level and shall make me subject to disclosure to the public at large pursuant to RCW 4.24.550.

     7. Application for a Name Change: If I apply for a name change, I must submit a copy of the application to the county sheriff of the county of my residence and to the state patrol not fewer than five days before the entry of an order granting the name change. If I receive an order changing my name, I must submit a copy of the order to the county sheriff of the county of my residence and to the state patrol within three business days of the entry of the order. RCW 9A.44.130(7).


Date: ______________________________ _____________________________________

Defendant's signature

Case Name: ______________________________ Cause No.: ______________________________

     "DUI" Attachment: Driving under the influence of alcohol and/or actual physical control of a vehicle while under the influence of alcohol and/or drugs. (If required, attach to Statement of Defendant on Plea of Guilty.)


Court - DUI Sentencing Grid (RCW 46.61.5055

as amended through January 1 September 1, 2011)



BAC Result < .15 or No Test Result No Prior Offense1 One Prior Offense1 Two or Three Prior Offenses1
Mandatory Minimum/Maximum Jail Time2 24 Consecutive Hours/365364 Days 30/365364 Days 90/365 364 Days
EHM2 15 Days in Lieu of Jail 60 Days Mandatory 120 Days Mandatory
Mandatory Minimum/Maximum Fine3 $865940.50/$5,000 $1,120195.50/$5,000 $1,970,045.50/$5,000
Driver's License 90-Day Suspension 2-Year Revocation 3-Year Revocation
II Driver's License*

II Device

Required Required Required
Alcohol/Drug Ed./Victim Impact or Treatment As Ordered As Ordered As Ordered

     *See Court and Department of Licensing (DOL) Ignition Interlock Requirements, page 4.


BAC Result > .15 or Test Refusal No Prior Offense1 One Prior Offense1 Two or Three Prior Offenses1
Mandatory Minimum/ Maximum Jail Time2 2 Consecutive/365 364 Days 45/365 364 Days 120/365 364 Days
EHM2 30 Days in Lieu of Jail 90 Days Mandatory 150 Days Mandatory
Mandatory Minimum/Maximum Fine3 $1,120195.50/$5,000 $1,545620.50/$5,000 $2,820895.50/$5,000
Driver's License 1-Year Revocation

2 Years if BAC refused

900-Days Revocation

3 Years if BAC refused

4-Year Revocation
II Driver's License*

II Device

Required Required Required
Alcohol/Drug Ed./Victim Impact or Treatment As Ordered As Ordered As Ordered

     *See Court and Department of Licensing (DOL) Ignition Interlock Requirements, page 4.


Court Ordered Ignition Interlock Driver's License and Device Requirements, RCW 46.20.720(2), 46.61.5055(5), 46.20.385, effective January 1, 2009*
Requirement No Previous Restriction+ Previous 1-Year Restriction+ Previous 5-Year Restriction+
II Driver's License

II Device

1 Year 5 Years 10 Years

     +Period of time for ignition interlock restriction is pursuant to RCW 46.61.5055 (5)(g).

     *See Court and Department of Licensing (DOL) Ignition Interlock Requirements, page 4.


Department of Licensing Required Ignition Interlock Device Requirements, RCW 46.20.720 (3)(4) January 1, 2011*
Requirement No Previous Restriction

no less than:

Previous 1-Year Restriction

no less than:

Previous 5-Year Restriction

no less than:

II Device 1 Year 5 Years 10 Years
Restriction remains in effect, until IID vendor certifies to DOL that none of the following incidents occurred within four (4) months before date of release: an attempt to start the vehicle with a BAC of .04 or more; failure to take or pass any required retest; failure of the person to appear at the IID vendor when required.

     *See Court and Department of Licensing (DOL) Ignition Interlock Requirements, page 4.


     1Prior Offenses: Count all prior offenses where the arrest date of the prior offense occurred within seven (7) years before or after the arrest date on the current offense. RCW 46.61.5055 (14)(b); Seattle v. Quezada, 142 Wn.App. 43, 174 P.3d 129 (Div. 1 2007). "Prior offense" is defined by RCW 46.61.5055 (14)(a) to include-


-> Original Convictions for the following: (1) DUI (RCW 46.61.502) (or an equivalent local ordinance); (2) Phys. Cont. (RCW 46.61.504) (or an equivalent local ordinance); (3) Veh. Homicide (RCW 46.61.520) or Veh. Assault (RCW 46.61.522) if either committed while under the influence; (4) Equiv. out-of-state statute for any of the above offenses.
-> Deferred Prosecution Granted for the following: (1) DUI (RCW 46.61.502) (or equivalent local ordinance); (2) Phys. Cont. (RCW 46.61.504) (or equiv. local ordinance); (3) Neg. Driving 1st (RCW 46.61.5249, or equiv. local ord.), if the person was originally charged with DUI or Phys. Cont. (or an equiv. local ord.), or Veh. Hom. (RCW 46.61.520) or Veh. Assault (RCW 46.61.522). See Bremerton v. Tucker, 126 Wn.App. 26, 103 P.3d 1285 (Div. 2 2005); Seattle v. Quezada, 142 Wn.App. 43, 174 P.3d 129 (Div. 1 2007) (a revoked deferred prosecution only counts as one prior offense). If a deferred prosecution is revoked based on a subsequent conviction for an offense listed in RCW 46.61.5055 (14)(a), the subsequent conviction shall not be treated as a prior offense of the revoked deferred prosecution for the purposes of sentencing.
-> Amended Convictions for the following: If the person was originally charged with DUI or Phys. Cont. or an equivalent local ordinance, or Veh. Hom.icide (RCW 46.61.520) or Veh. Assault (RCW 46.61.522); but convicted of (1) Neg. Driving 1st (RCW 46.61.5249), (2) Reckless Driving (RCW 46.61.500), (3) Reckless Endangerment (RCW 9A.36.050), (4) Equiv. out-of-state or local ordinance for the above offenses. See, Walla Walla v. Greene, 154 Wn.2d 722, ถ14, 116 P.3d 1008 (2005). If originally charged with Veh. Hom. (RCW 46.61.520) or Veh. Assault (RCW 46.61.522) committed while under the influence of intoxicating liquor or any drug; but convicted of Veh. Hom. or Veh. Assault committed in a reckless manner or with the disregard for the safety of others.

     2Mandatory Jail and Electronic Home Monitoring (EHM): If there are prior offenses within seven (7) years before or after the arrest date of the current offense, the mandatory jail shall be served by imprisonment for the minimum statutory term and may not be suspended or deferred unless the court finds that imposition of this mandatory minimum sentence would impose a substantial risk to the offender's physical or mental well-being. The mandatory statutory term may not be converted to EHM. Bremerton v. Bradshaw, 121 Wn.App. 410, 88 P.3d 438 (Div. 2 2004). Where there are no prior offenses within seven (7) years, the court may grant EHM instead of mandatory minimum jail. If there are prior offenses, the mandatory EHM may not be suspended or deferred unless the court finds that imposition of this mandatory minimum sentence would impose a substantial risk to the offender's physical or mental well-being. RCW 46.61.5055 (1)(a)(i), (2)(a)(i), (3)(a)(i).

     Mandatory Conditions of Probation for any Suspended Jail Time: The individual is not to: (i) drive a motor vehicle without a valid license to drive and proof of financial responsibility (SR 22), (ii) drive while having an alcohol concentration of .08 or more within two (2) hours after driving, (iii) refuse to submit to a test of his or her breath or blood to determine alcohol concentration upon request of a law enforcement officer who has reasonable grounds to believe the person was driving or was in actual physical control of a motor vehicle while under the influence of intoxicating liquor. Except for ignition interlock driver's license and device or alcohol monitoring requirements under RCW 46.61.5055(5), violation of any mandatory condition requires a minimum penalty of 30 days' confinement, which may not be suspended or deferred, and an additional 30-day license suspension. RCW 46.61.5055(11). Courts are required to report violations of mandatory conditions requiring confinement or license suspension to DOL. RCW 46.61.5055.

     3Mandatory Monetary Penalty: PSEA 1, RCW 3.62.090(1); Alcohol Violators Fee, RCW 46.61.5054; Criminal Justice Funding (CJF) Penalty, RCW 46.64.055 (Note: RCW 3.62.090 (1) and (2) apply to CJF penalty); Criminal Conviction Fee, RCW 3.62.085.

     Felony DUI and Felony Physical Control: A current offense is a Class C felony punished under Ch. 9.94A RCW With if the defendant has (a) four (4) priors convictions within ten (10) years, or (b) one (1) prior conviction of Veh. Homicide or Veh. Assault (see above), or (c) a prior Class C felony resulting from a or ba current offense is a Class C Felony punished under Chapter 9.94A RCW. "Within ten (10) years" means that the arrest for the prior offense occurred within ten (10) years before or after the arrest for the current offense. RCW 46.61.5055 (14)(c).

     Jurisdiction: Court has five (5) years jurisdiction.


Department of Licensing - DUI Administrative

Sanctions and Reinstatement Provisions

(As amended through January 1, 2009September 1, 2011)



Administrative Sanctions - RCW 46.20.3101
REFUSED TEST First Refusal Within 7 Years And No Prior Administrative Action Within Past 7 Years* Second or Subsequent Refusal Within Past 7 Years OR First Refusal And At Least One Prior Administrative Action Within Past 7 Years*
Adult 1-Year License Revocation 2-Year License Revocation
Minor 1-Year License Revocation 2-Year License Revocation Or

Until Age 21 Whichever Is Longer

BAC RESULT First Administrative Action Second or Subsequent Administrative Action
Adults > 0.08 90-Day License Suspension 2-Year License Revocation
Minors > 0.02 90-Day License Suspension 1-Year License Revocation Or

Until Age 21 Whichever Is Longer


     *Day for day credit for revocation period already served under suspension, revocation, or denial imposed under RCW 46.61.5055 and arising out of the same incident. RCW 46.20.3101(4).


Ignition Interlock Driver's License, RCW 46.20.385 (effective January 1, 2009)
May apply for an Ignition Interlock Driver's License upon receiving RCW 46.20.308 notice or upon suspension or revocation. See "Court and Department of Licensing Ignition Interlock Requirements, page 4."

Note: An individual convicted of DUI or physical control will have his/her driving privilege placed in probationary status for five (5) years from the date he/she is eligible to reinstate his/her driver's license (see RCW 46.61.5055 and 46.20.355). An individual granted a deferred prosecution under RCW 10.05.060 will have his/her driving privilege placed on probationary status for five (5) years from the date of the incident, which was the basis for the deferred prosecution (see RCW 46.20.355 and 10.05.060).

Requirements for Reinstatement of Driving Privilege
Suspended License*(RCW 46.20.311) Revoked License* (RCW 46.20.311)
• File and maintain proof of financial responsibility for the future with the Department of Licensing as provided in chapter 46.29 RCW (SR 22) • File and maintain proof of financial responsibility for the future with the Department of Licensing as provided in chapter 46.29 RCW (SR22)
• Present written verification by a company that it has installed the required ignition interlock device on a vehicle owned and/or operated by the person seeking reinstatement • Present written verification by a company that it has installed the required ignition interlock device on a vehicle owned and/or operated by the person seeking reinstatement
• Pay $150 driver's license reissue fee • Pay $150 driver's license reissue fee
• Driver's ability test NOT required • Satisfactorily complete a driver's ability test

     *If suspension or revocation is the result of a criminal conviction, the driver must also show proof of either (1) enrollment and satisfactory participation in an approved alcohol treatment program or (2) completion of an alcohol information school, as determined by the court and/or treatment agency.


Court and Department of Licensing (DOL) Ignition Interlock Requirements, RCW 46.20.380, 46.20.385


Ignition Interlock Driver's License,

RCW 46.20.380, 46.20.385

Eligible to Apply • Conviction of violation of RCW 46.61.502, 46.61.504, or an equivalent local or out-of-state statute or ordinance, 46.61.520 (1)(a), or 46.61.522 (1)(b) involving alcohol
• License suspended, revoked, or denied under RCW 46.20.3101
• Proof of installed functioning ignition interlock device
Requirements • Proof of financial responsibility (SR 22)
Financial Obligations • $100 mandatory fee to DOL
• Costs to install, remove, and lease the ignition interlock device, and $20 fee per month, unless waived
Duration Extends through the remaining portion of any concurrent or consecutive suspension or revocation imposed as the result of administrative action and criminal conviction arising from the same incident
Operation with Other Requirements The time period during which the person is licensed under RCW 46.20.385 shall apply on a day-for-day basis toward satisfying the period of time the ignition interlock device restriction is required under RCW 46.20.720 and 46.61.5055

     Court Ordered Ignition Interlock (II) Driver's License and Device: (A) If the court orders the person to refrain from consuming any alcohol and requires the person to apply for an II driver's license, and the person states he or she does not operate a motor vehicle, or the person is ineligible to obtain an II driver's license, then the court shall order the person to submit to alcohol monitoring for the period of mandatory license suspension or revocation one (1), five (5), or ten (10) years, and to pay for the monitoring. RCW 46.61.5055(5). (B) The court may waive requirements to apply for an II driver's license upon written findings of fact when: (i) the person lives out-of-state and the devices are not reasonably available in the local area, (ii) the person does not operate a motor vehicle, (iii) the person is not eligible to receive the driver's license under RCW 46.20.385 because the person is not a resident of Washington, is a habitual traffic offender, has already applied for or is already in possession of an II driver's license, has never had a driver's license, has been certified under Ch. 74.20A RCW as noncompliant with a child support order, or is subject to any other condition or circumstance that makes the person ineligible to obtain an II driver's license. (C) II device is not required on vehicles owned, leased, or rented by a person's employer or on those vehicles whose care and/or maintenance is the temporary responsibility of the employer and driven at the direction of a person's employer as a requirement of employment during business hours upon proof to DOL of employment affidavit. The court sets the calibration level.

     Court Ordered Discretionary Ignition Interlock (II) Device: The court may order discretionary II device requirements that last up to the five (5) years jurisdictional limit of the court. The court sets the duration and calibration level. Discretionary II device restrictions begin after any applicable period of suspension, revocation, or denial of driving privileges. RCW 46.20.720(1).

     Passenger Under Age 16: The Court shall order the installation and use of an II device for not less than 60 days if an IID is not mandatory under RCW 46.20.720 or 46.61.5055(5) and for an additional 60 days if an IID is otherwise mandatory.

     Deferred Prosecution: For application in DUI Deferred Prosecution, see RCW 46.20.720 and RCW 10.05.140, which require II device in a deferred prosecution of any alcohol-dependency based case.

     DOL Imposed Ignition Interlock (II) Device - RCW 46.20.720: For all offenses occurring June 10, 2004 or later, DOL shall require that, after any applicable period of suspension, revocation, or denial of driving privileges, a person may drive only a motor vehicle equipped with a functioning II device if the person is convicted of "an alcohol-related" violation of DUI or Physical Control. The DOL required II device is not required on vehicles owned, leased, or rented by a person's employer or on those vehicles whose care and/or maintenance is the temporary responsibility of the employer and driven at the direction of a person's employer as a requirement of employment during business hours upon proof to DOL of employment affidavit. DOL may waive requirement if the device is not reasonably available in the local area. DOL will give day-for-day credit as allowed by law.


Court - Reckless Driving/Negligent Driving - 1st Degree Sentencing Grid

(RCW 46.61.500, RCW 64.61.5249, RCW 46.20.720 as amended through September 1, 2011)



Conviction Qualifications
Reckless Driving (RCW 46.61.500 (3)(a) • Original charge: Violation of DUI (RCW 46.61.502) or Phys. Control (RCW 46.61.504) or equivalent local ordinance.
• One or More Prior Offenses within 7 years as defined above.
Reckless Driving (RCW 46.61.500 (3)(b) • Original charge; Violation of Veh. Homicide (RCW 46.61.520) or Veh. Assault (RCW 46.61.522) committed while under the influence of intoxicating liquor or any drug.
Negligent Driving - 1st Degree (RCW 46.61.5249) • One or More Prior Offenses within 7 years as defined above.
Consequences
II Device • 6 Months.
• Restriction remains in effect, until IID vendor certifies to DOL that none of the following incidents occurred within four months before date of release: an attempt to start the vehicle with a BAC of .04 or more; failure to take or pass any required retest; failure of the person to appear at the IID vendor when required.
Maximum Jail Time • 364 Days if convicted of reckless driving/90 days if convicted of negligent driving in the 1st degree.
Maximum Fine • $5,000 if convicted of reckless driving/$1,000 if convicted of negligent driving in the 1st degree.
EHM • As ordered.
Driver's License • As imposed by DOL.
Alcohol/Drug Ed./Victim Impact or Treatment • As ordered.

     Reviser's note: The typographical errors in the above material occurred in the copy filed by the State Supreme Court and appear in the Register pursuant to the requirements of RCW 34.08.040.

     Reviser's note: The brackets and enclosed material in the text of the above section occurred in the copy filed by the agency and appear in the Register pursuant to the requirements of RCW 34.08.040.

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