WSR 05-01-043

RULES OF COURT

STATE SUPREME COURT


[ Filed December 6, 2004, 9:49 a.m. ]

IN THE MATTER OF THE ADOPTION OF THE AMENDMENTS TO CRLJ 26 AND CrRLJ 3.2 )

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ORDER

NO. 25700-A-806


The District and Municipal Court Judges' Association having recommended the adoption of the proposed amendments to CRLJ 26 and CrRLJ 3.2, and the Court having approved the proposed amendments for publication;

Now, therefore, it is hereby

ORDERED:

(a) That pursuant to the provisions of GR 9(g), the proposed amendments as attached hereto are to be published for comment in the Washington Reports, Washington Register, Washington State Bar Association and Administrative Office of the Court's websites in January 2005.

(b) The purpose statement as required by GR 9(e), is published solely for the information of the Bench, Bar and other interested parties.

(c) Comments are to be submitted to the Clerk of the Supreme Court by either U.S. Mail or Internet E-Mail by no later than April 29, 2005. Comments may be sent to the following addresses: P.O. Box 40929, Olympia, Washington 98504-0929, or Lisa.Bausch@courts.wa.gov. Comments submitted by e-mail message must be limited to 1500 words.

DATED at Olympia, Washington this 2nd day of December 2004.

For the Court
Gerry L. Alexander
_______________________

CHIEF JUSTICE


GR 9 COVER SHEET


CIVIL RULES FOR COURTS OF LIMITED JURISDICTION (CRLJ)


RULE 26. DISCOVERY


Purpose: Two changes are proposed to the discovery rules for the courts of limited jurisdiction. First of all, the number of depositions of persons other than parties that a party may take as a matter of right would be increased from one to two.

It is also proposed that parties be allowed to serve up to 15 requests for admissions on other parties without prior permission of the court. The requests for admissions would be required to follow the requirements of CR 36, which sets forth the procedure for admissions in the superior court. At present, parties in the courts of limited jurisdiction have no right to serve requests for admission on other parties. Requests for admissions are a very useful tool in narrowing the factual issues in dispute between parties prior to trial.

These changes would broaden the accessibility of the district courts to civil litigation. Having more civil cases filed in the district court helps relieve congestion in the superior courts. Allowing additional discovery in district court cases should not result in an additional burden on the courts, and may result in more efficiency, since the parties will be able to conduct additional discovery as a matter of right, rather than having to request permission from the court.


Suggested Changes


CIVIL RULES FOR COURTS OF LIMITED JURISDICTION (CRLJ)


RULE 26. DISCOVERY


Discovery in courts of limited jurisdiction shall be permitted as follows:

(a) Specification of Damages. A party may demand a specification of damages under RCW 4.28.360.

(b) Interrogatories and Requests for Production.

(1) The following interrogatories may be submitted by any party:

(A) State the amount of general damages being claimed.

(B) State each item of special damages being claimed and the amount thereof.

(C) List the name, address, and telephone number of each person having any knowledge of facts regarding liability.

(D) List the name, address and telephone number of each person having any knowledge of facts regarding the damages claimed.

(E) List the name, address, and telephone number of each expert you intend to call as a witness at trial. For each expert, state the subject matter on which the expert is expected to testify. State the substance of the facts and opinions to which the expert is expected to testify and a summary of the grounds for each opinion.

(2) In addition to section (b)(1), any party may serve upon any other party not more than two sets of written interrogatories containing not more than 20 questions per set without prior permission of the court. Separate sections, paragraphs or categories contained within one interrogatory shall be considered separate questions for the purpose of this rule. The interrogatories shall conform to the provisions of CR 33.

(3) The following requests for production may be submitted by any party:

(A) Produce a copy of any insurance agreement under which any person carrying on an insurance business may be liable to satisfy part or all of any judgment which may be entered in this action, or to indemnify or reimburse the payments made to satisfy the judgment.

(B) Produce a copy of any agreement, contract or other document upon which this claim is being made.

(C) Produce a copy of any bill or estimate for items for which special damage is being claimed.

(4) In addition to section (b)(3), any party may submit to any other party a request for production of up to five separate sets of groups of documents or things without prior permission of the court. The requests for production shall conform to the provisions of CR 34.

(c) Depositions.

(1) A party may take the deposition of any other party, unless the court orders otherwise.

(2) Each party may take the deposition of one two additional persons without prior permission of the court. The deposition shall conform to the provisions of CR 30.

(d) Requests for Admission

(1) A party may serve upon any other party up to 15 written requests for admission without prior permission of the court. Separate sections, paragraphs or categories contained within one request for admission shall be considered separate requests for purposes of this rule.

(2) The requests for admission shall conform to the provisions of CR 36.

(e) Other Discovery at Discretion of Court. No additional discovery shall be allowed, except as the court may order. The court shall have discretion to decide whether to permit any additional discovery. In exercising such discretion the court shall consider (1) whether all parties are represented by counsel, (2) whether undue expense or delay in bringing the case to trial will result and (3) whether the interests of justice will be promoted.

(f) How Discovery to Be Conducted. Any discovery authorized pursuant to this rule shall be conducted in accordance with Superior Court Civil Rules 26 through 37, as governed by CRLJ 26.

(g) Time for Discovery. Twenty-one days after the service of the summons and complaint, or counterclaim, or cross-complaint, the served party may demand the discovery set forth in sections (a)--(c) (d) of this rule, or request additional discovery pursuant to section (d) (e) of this rule. Unless agreed by the parties and with the permission of the court, all discovery shall be completed within 60 days of the demand, or 90 days of service of the summons and complaint, or counterclaim, or cross complaint, whichever is longer.


GR 9 COVER SHEET


CrRLJ 3.2 (o), (r) - (u)


RELEASE OF ACCUSED


Purpose: In 2003, the legislature increased the public safety and education assessment (PSEA) from 60% and 30% to 70% and 35%, pursuant to RCW 3.62.090. The suggested rule changes in CrRLJ 3.2 (r) through (u) increase the amount shown for the PSEA for the forfeitable offenses listed in the rule to correspond to the statute.

The suggested rule change in subsection (o) deletes a reference to a section of the Washington Administrative Code that has been repealed.


CRIMINAL RULES FOR COURTS OF LIMITED JURISDICTION (CrRLJ)


RULE 3.2 RELEASE OF ACCUSED


If the court does not find, or a court has not previously found, probable cause, the accused shall be released without conditions.

(a) through (n) [No change.]

(o) Bail in Criminal Offense Cases--Mandatory Appearance.

(1) When required to reasonably assure appearance in court, bail for a person arrested for the following criminal offenses listed in this rule or comparable ordinances shall be the amount listed in this rule. In an individual case and after hearing the court for good cause recited in a written order may set a different bail amount.

(2) A court may adopt a local rule requiring that persons subjected to custodial arrest for a certain class of offenses be held until they have appeared before a judge.

(3) Forfeiture of bail shall not constitute a final disposition for a mandatory offense or comparable ordinance without a written order of the court showing the reasons. The order may be a simple docket entry. If the court allows forfeiture of bail for a mandatory offense, it may accept bail in an amount no less than that set forth in these rules as full payment including all statutory assessments.


Bail
1. Driving while under the influence; physical control (RCW 46.61.502; 46.52.100; 46.61.504) $500
2. Driving while under the influence--nonhighway vehicle or snowmobile (RCW 46.09.120(2)) $500
3. Operating nonhighway vehicle or snowmobile so as to endanger human life, etc. (RCW 46.09.130; 46.10.130) $500
4. No valid driver's license (without identification) (RCW 46.20.021) $475
5. Unlawful possession or use of a driver's license (RCW 46.20.0921) $100
6. Driving while license suspended or revoked in the first, second and third degrees (RCW 46.20.342) $500
7. Violating occupational license restrictions (RCW 46.20.410) $200
8. Financial responsibility suspension (RCW 46.29.610, .620) $100
9. Transporting dangerous articles (RCW 46.48.175) $500
10. Unattended hit and run (RCW 46.52.010) $250
11. Attended hit and run (RCW 46.52.020) $500
12. Reports of repairs, concealing evidence (RCW 46.52.090) $500
13. Confidentiality of driving records (RCW 46.52.130) $500
14. Failure to obey police officer, flagger, or fire fighter (RCW 46.61.015) $250
15. Failure to cooperate with or give information to police officer (RCW 46.61.020) $100
16. Failure to stop and give information (RCW 46.61.022) $100
17. Reckless driving (RCW 46.61.500) $500
18. Racing (RCW 46.61.530) $500
19. Leaving children unattended (RCW 46.61.685) $250
20. Failure to respond or appear (RCW 46.64.020) $250
21. Unfair motor vehicle business practices (RCW 46.70.170) $250
22. Unlawful operation of for hire vehicles (RCW 46.72.100) $250
23. Motor vehicle wreckers (RCW 46.80.170) $500
24. Driving training schools (RCW 46.82.390) $250
25. First Degree Negligent Driving (RCW 46.61.525) $250

(p) through (q) [No change.]

(r) Forfeitable Wildlife and Fisheries Offenses. The following offenses shall be forfeitable as a final disposition, in the amounts listed, to include statutory assessments:

WHERE A BAIL AMOUNT IS SHOWN, THE BREAKDOWN IS:
RCW WAC TITLE BAIL

70%

PSEA

35%

PSEA

TOTAL

77.15.120.1 Take endangered fish or wildlife, 2nd degree (Mandatory appearance, GM) $263 $184.10 $92.05 $540
232-12-275 Wildlife rehabilitation $79 $55.30 $27.65 $162
77.15.120.2 Take endangered fish or wildlife, 1st degree (Mandatory appearance, F) $1,316 $921.20 $460.60 $2,698
77.15.130 Take protected fish or wildlife (M) $132 $92.40 $46.20 $271
232-12-064 Live wildlife $263 $184.10 $92.05 $540
232-12-117 Raptor marking $79 $55.30 $27.65 $162
232-12-121 Raptor reporting $79 $55.30 $27.65 $162
232-12-129 Captive raptor propagation $79 $55.30 $27.65 $162
232-12-275 Wildlife rehabilitation $79 $55.30 $27.65 $162
77.15.140 Take unclassified fish or wildlife (M) $53 $37.10 $18.55 $109
232-12-055 Hunter orange $53 $37.10 $18.55 $109
232-12-064 Live wildlife $263 $184.10 $92.05 $540
232-12-077 Possession without statement $79 $55.30 $27.65 $162
232-12-242 Hunt wildlife during deer or elk season $132 $92.40 $46.20 $271
232-12-275 Wildlife rehabilitation $79 $55.30 $27.65 $162
77.15.150 Use poisons or explosives (Mandatory appearance, GM) $789 $552.30 $276.15 $1,618
77.15.160.1 Catch record card (I) $39 $27.30 $13.65 $80
77.15.160.2 Use barbed hooks (I) $39 $27.30 $13.65 $80
77.15.160.3 Rule of commission or director designated as infraction (I) $39 $27.30 $13.65 $80
77.15.170.1 Wastage 2nd degree (M) $132 $92.40 $46.20 $271
77.15.170.2 Wastage 1st degree (Mandatory appearance, GM) $263 $184.10 $92.05 $540
77.15.180.1 Interfere with fishing/hunting gear 2nd degree (M) $184 $128.80 $64.40 $378
77.15.180.3 Interfere with fishing/hunting gear 1st degree (Mandatory appearance, GM) $526 $368.20 $184.10 $1,079
77.15.190 Trapping violations (M) (Includes pamphlet violations) $53 $37.10 $18.55 $109
232-12-024 Sealing pelts $79 $55.30 $27.65 $162
232-12-24402 Colville Reservation hunting or trapping $184 $128.80 $64.40 $378
77.15.210 Obstruct taking of fish or wildlife (Mandatory appearance, GM) $526 $368.20 $184.10 $1,079
77.15.220 Posting signs (M) $132 $92.40 $46.20 $271
77.15.230 Use of department lands (M) $132 $92.40 $46.20 $271
232-12-177 Vehicle operation on department lands $53 $37.10 $18.55 $109
232-12-187 Access area use $53 $37.10 $18.55 $109
232-12-254 Litter on department lands $53 $37.10 $18.55 $109
77.15.240 Use of dog (M) $132 $92.40 $46.20 $271
77.15.250.1 Release of fish or wildlife (Mandatory appearance, GM) $263 $184.10 $92.05 $540
77.15.250.2 Release of deleterious exotic fish or wildlife (Mandatory appearance, F) $2,631 $1,841.70 $920.85 $5,394
77.15.260.1 Trafficking 2nd degree (GM) $184 $128.80 $64.40 $378
77.15.260.2 Trafficking 1st degree (Mandatory appearance, F) $2,631 $1,841.70 $920.85 $5,394
77.15.270 False reporting (GM) $184 $128.80 $64.40 $378
77.15.280 Report fish or wildlife harvest (M) $53 $37.10 $18.55 $109
77.15.290.1 Transport of fish or wildlife 2nd degree (M) $184 $128.80 $64.40 $378
232-12-021 Importation of wildlife $184 $128.80 $64.40 $378
232-12-061 Fail to tag $184 $128.80 $64.40 $378
232-12-224 Off-reservation possession of wildlife $184 $128.80 $64.40 $378
77.15.290.2 Transport of fish or wildlife 1st degree (Mandatory appearance, GM) $789 $552.30 $276.15 $1,618
232-12-021 Importation of wildlife $184 $128.80 $64.40 $378
232-12-061 Fail to tag $184 $128.80 $64.40 $378
232-12-224 Off reservation possession of wildlife $184 $128.80 $64.40 $378
77.15.300 Hydraulic project activity (Mandatory appearance, GM) $789 $552.30 $276.15 $1,618
77.15.310 Fish guard on water diversion (Mandatory appearance, GM) $789 $552.30 $276.15 $1,618
77.15.320 Fishway (Mandatory appearance, GM) $526 $368.20 $184.10 $1,079
77.15.330 Hunting or fishing contest (M) $132 $92.40 $46.20 $271
232-12-041 Field trial permit $79 $55.30 $27.65 $162
232-12-168 Fishing contests conditions $79 $55.30 $27.65 $162
232-12-169 Hunting contests conditions $79 $55.30 $27.65 $162
77.15.340 Game farm operation (GM) $263 $184.10 $92.05 $540
232-12-031 Game farm invoice $79 $55.30 $27.65 $162
77.15.350 Aquatic farms inspection and disease control (M) $263 $184.10 $92.05 $540
77.15.360 Interfere with department operations (GM) $263 $184.10 $92.05 $540
77.15.370.1.a Recreational fishing 1st degree (GM) $184 $128.80 $64.40 $378
77.15.370.1.b Fish in fishway (GM) $263 $184.10 $92.05 $540
77.15.370.1.c Shoot, gaff, snag fish (GM) $263 $184.10 $92.05 $540
77.15.380 Recreational fishing 2nd degree (M) $53 $37.10 $18.55 $109
220-20-025.1 Razor clam beds, driving on $39 $27.30 $13.65 $80
220-20-025.2 Crab, soft shell

+$10 each crab over 1

$39

$0

$27.30

$0

$13.65

$0

$80
220-56-145.1 Dolly Vardon/bull trout or sturgeon mutilation

+$50 each fish over 1

$79

$0

$55.30

$0

$27.65

$0

$162
220-56-145.2 Recreational salmon, mutilation

+$50 each fish over 1

$79

$0

$55.30

$0

$27.65

$0

$162
220-56-145.3 Recreational bottomfish, mutilation

+$50 each fish over 1

$53

$0

$37.10

$0

$18.55

$0

$109
220-56-180.8 Recreational salmon, possession, each fish $79 $55.30 $27.65 $162
220-56-190.1-6 Recreational salmon, over limit, each fish $79 $55.30 $27.65 $162
220-56-190.7 Recreational salmon, illegal size

+$50 each fish over 1

$79

$0

$55.30

$0

$27.65

$0

$162
220-56-191 Recreational salmon, Puget Sound, undersize

+$50 each fish over 1

$79

$0

$55.30

$0

$27.65

$0

$162
220-56-191.1-9 Recreational salmon, Puget Sound, over limit, each fish $79 $55.30 $27.65 $162
220-56-215 Recreational salmon, snagged, each fish $79 $55.30 $27.65 $162
220-56-220 Recreational salmon, eggs $132 $92.40 $46.20 $271
220-56-235 Recreational bottomfish, over limit

+$25 each fish over 1

$53

$0

$37.10

$0

$18.55

$0

$109
220-56-240.1 Recreational sturgeon, size or limit (Mandatory appearance) $263 $184.10 $92.05 $540
220-56-240.2 Recreational forage fish, over limit

+$2 each pound of fish over 10lbs.

$39

$0

$27.30

$0

$13.65

$0

$80
220-56-245 Recreational bottomfish, halibut, over limit, each fish $79 $55.30 $27.65 $162
220-56-255 Recreational bottomfish, halibut, undersize, each fish $79 $55.30 $27.65 $162
220-56-295.1 Recreational sturgeon, remove roe (Mandatory appearance) $526 $368.20 $184.10 $1,079
220-56-310.1 Recreational clams, over limit

+$2 each clam over limit

$39

$0

$27.30

$0

$13.65

$0

$80
220-56-310.2 Recreational razor clam, over limit, 1-15

+$10 each clam over 30

$26

$0

$18.20

$0

$9.10

$0

$54

220-56-310.3 Recreational geoduck, over limit

+$50 each geoduck over 4

$53

$0

$37.10

$0

$18.55

$0

$109
220-56-310.4 Recreational clams, horse clams over limit

+$25 each clam over 8

$39

$0

$27.30

$0

$13.65

$0

$80
220-56-310.5 Recreational oysters, over limit

+$10 each oyster over 19

$26

$0

$18.20

$0

$9.10

$0

$54
220-56-310.6 Recreational scallops, over limit Rock scallops

+$10 each over 13

$39

$0

$27.30

$0

$13.65

$0

$80
220-56-310.7 Recreational scallops, over limit sea scallops

+$10 each over 13

$39

$0

$27.30

$0

$13.65

$0

$80
220-56-310.8 Recreational scallops, over limit pink scallops

+$10 each full pound or quart over first limit

$39

$0

$27.30

$0

$13.65

$0

$80
220-56-310.9 Recreational shrimp, over limit

+$50 each full limit over 2 limits

$39

$0

$27.30

$0

$13.65

$0

$80
220-56-310.10 Recreational octopus, over limit

+$50 each octopus over 3

$53

$0

$37.10

$0

$18.55

$0

$109
220-56-310.11 Recreational abalone, possess

+$150 each abalone over 1

$79

$0

$55.30

$0

$27.65

$0

$162
220-56-310.12 Recreational crawfish, over limit

+$25 each full limit over 2 limits

$39

$0

$27.30

$0

$13.65

$0

$80
220-56-310.13 Recreational squid, over limit

+$50 for any amount over 10 pounds above limit

$39

$0

$27.30

$0

$13.65

$0

$80
220-56-310.14 Recreational sea cucumber, over limit

+$10 each over 26

$39

$0

$27.30

$0

$13.65

$0

$80
220-56-310.15 Recreational red sea urchin, over limit

+$10 each urchin over 19

$39

$0

$27.30

$0

$13.65

$0

$80
220-56-310.16 Recreational purple sea urchin, over limit

+$10 each urchin over 19

$39

$0

$27.30

$0

$13.65

$0

$80
220-56-310.17 Recreational green urchin, over limit

+$10 each urchin over 37

$39

$0

$27.30

$0

$13.65

$0

$80
220-56-310.18 Recreational Dungeness crab, over limit, 1-6 crabs

+$25 each crab over 6

$39

$0

$27.30

$0

$13.65

$0

$80
220-56-310.19 Recreational red rock crab, over limit, 1-6 crabs

+$25 each crab over 6

$39

$0

$27.30

$0

$13.65

$0

$80
220-56-310.20 Recreational mussels, over limit

+$50 each full 10lbs. over 20lbs.

$39

$0

$27.30

$0

$13.65

$0

$80
220-56-310.21 Recreational barnacles, over limit

+$50 each full 10lbs. over 2 limits

$39

$0

$27.30

$0

$13.65

$0

$80
220-56-310.23 Recreational King or box crab, possess

+$150 each over 1

$79

$0

$55.30

$0

$27.65

$0

$162
220-56-335 Recreational crab, 1-6 crabs

+$25 each crab over 6

$39

$0

$27.30

$0

$13.65

$0

$80
220-56-355.2 Recreational geoduck, neck only

+$50 each neck over 1

$53

$0

$37.10

$0

$18.55

$0

$109
220-56-355.3 Recreational clams, undersize

+$2 each clam over 1

$39

$0

$27.30

$0

$13.65

$0

$80
220-56-365 Recreational razor clam, fail to retain $39 $27.30 $13.65 $80
220-56-385 Recreational oysters, retain shell

+$10 each shell over 1

$26

$0

$18.20

$0

$9.10

$0

$54
220-56-400 Recreational abalone, possess

+$150 each over 1 abalone

$79

$0

$55.30

$0

$27.65

$0

$162
232-12-064 Live wildlife $263 $184.10 $92.05 $540
232-12-077 Possession without statement $79 $55.30 $27.65 $162
232-12-151 Fly fishing rules $79 $55.30 $27.65 $162
232-12-164 Fishing near dams $132 $92.40 $46.20 $271
77.15.390 Seaweed (M) $53 $37.10 $18.55 $109
77.15.400.1 Wild birds 2nd degree (M) $79 $55.30 $27.65 $162
232-12-044 Game bird marking requirements $79 $55.30 $27.65 $162
232-12-047 Unlawful firearm $79 $55.30 $27.65 $162
232-12-055 Hunter orange $53 $37.10 $18.55 $109
232-12-061 Fail to tag $184 $128.80 $64.40 $378
232-12-064 Live wildlife $263 $184.10 $92.05 $540
232-12-068 Nontoxic shot $53 $37.10 $18.55 $109
232-12-077 Possession without statement $79 $55.30 $27.65 $162
232-12-24402 Colville Reservation hunting or trapping $184 $128.80 $64.40 $378
232-12-264 Bait game birds $263 $184.10 $92.05 $540
232-12-267.1 Field identification of game birds $53 $37.10 $18.55 $109
232-12-275 Wildlife rehabilitation $79 $55.30 $27.65 $162
232-12-291 Hunt before or after hours $79 $55.30 $27.65 $162
232-12-828 Disabled hunter/companion violation $79 $55.30 $27.65 $162
77.15.400.2 Wild birds 1st degree (GM) $132 $92.40 $46.20 $271
77.15.410.1 Big game animal 2nd degree (GM) $263 $184.10 $92.05 $540
232-12-047 Unlawful firearm $79 $55.30 $27.65 $162
232-12-051 Muzzleloading firearms $79 $55.30 $27.65 $162
232-12-054 Unlawful archery $79 $55.30 $27.65 $162
232-12-055 Hunter orange $53 $37.10 $18.55 $109
232-12-064 Live wildlife $263 $184.10 $92.05 $540
232-12-077 Possession without statement $79 $55.30 $27.65 $162
232-12-24402 Colville Reservation hunting or trapping $184 $128.80 $64.40 $378
232-12-267.2 Field identification of big game $184 $128.80 $64.40 $378
232-12-267.3 Field identification of big game with horn or antler $263 $184.10 $92.05 $540
232-12-275 Wildlife rehabilitation $79 $55.30 $27.65 $162
232-12-291 Hunt before or after hours $79 $55.30 $27.65 $162
232-12-828 Disabled hunter/companion violation $79 $55.30 $27.65 $162
77.15.410.2 Big game animal 1st degree (Mandatory appearance, F) $2,631 $1,841.70 $920.85 $5,394
77.15.430.1 Wild animals 2nd degree (M) $79 $55.30 $27.65 $162
232-12-055 Hunter orange $53 $37.10 $18.55 $109
232-12-064 Live wildlife $263 $184.10 $92.05 $540
232-12-077 Possession without statement $79 $55.30 $27.65 $162
232-12-242 Hunt during modern firearm deer/elk season $132 $92.40 $46.20 $271
232-12-24402 Colville Reservation hunting or trapping $184 $128.80 $64.40 $378
232-12-275 Wildlife rehabilitation $79 $55.30 $27.65 $162
232-12-291 Hunt before or after hours $79 $55.30 $27.65 $162
232-12-828 Disabled hunter/companion violation $79 $55.30 $27.65 $162
77.15.430.2 Wild animals 1st degree (M) $132 $92.40 $46.20 $271
77.15.440 Use of weapon/dog/trap on game reserve (M) $132 $92.40 $46.20 $271
77.15.450.1 Spotlighting big game 2nd degree (GM) $526 $368.20 $184.10 $1,079
77.15.450.2 Spotlighting big game 1st degree (Mandatory appearance, F) $2,631 $1,841.70 $920.85 $5,394
77.15.460 Loaded firearm in vehicle (M) $132 $92.40 $46.20 $271
77.15.470 Avoid check station (GM) $263 $184.10 $92.05 $540
77.15.500.1 Commercial fish without license 2nd degree (GM) $0 $0 $0
Limited entry $1,053 $737.10 $368.55 $2,159
Non-limited entry $526 $368.20 $184.10 $1,079
77.15.500.1.b Commercial fish without license 2nd degree (GM) $0 $0 $0
Alternate operator $263 $184.10 $92.05 $540
77.15.500.2 Commercial fish without license 1st degree (Mandatory appearance, F) $2,631 $1,841.70 $920.85 $5,394
77.15.510 Commercial fish guide/charter (GM) $1,053 $737.10 $368.55 $2,159
77.15.530.1 Non-designated vessel (Mandatory appearance, GM) $526 $368.20 $184.10 $1,079
77.15.530.4 Non-designated vessel same day (Mandatory appearance, F) $1,053 $737.10 $368.55 $2,159
77.15.540 Use of commercial fish license (M) $79 $55.30 $27.65 $162
220-20-050.1,2 Vessel registration decal display $53 $37.10 $18.55 $109
220-20-050.3 Salmon angler decal display $53 $37.10 $18.55 $109
220-20-051.4 Affix registration/documentation numbers $53 $37.10 $18.55 $109
77.15.550.1 Commercial fish area or time 2nd degree (GM) $789 $552.30 $276.15 $1,618
220-20-010.12 Salmon through power block, each fish $79 $55.30 $27.65 $162
220-20-010.13 Mutilate food fish, each fish $79 $55.30 $27.65 $162
220-20-015.3 Commercial salmon, undersize

+$50 each fish over 1

$79

$0

$55.30

$0

$27.65

$0

$162
220-20-015.3.b Commercial salmon, dressed fish

+$50 each fish over 1

$79

$0

$55.30

$0

$27.65

$0

$162
220-20-016.1 Commercial salmon, take home limit, each fish $79 $55.30 $27.65 $162
220-20-016.2 Sell salmon to unauthorized buyer

+$150 each fish over 1

$263

$0

$184.10

$0

$92.05

$0

$540
220-20-020.1 Commercial sturgeon, illegal size, undersized each fish $79 $55.30 $27.65 $162
Oversized, each fish (Mandatory appearance) $263 $184.10 $92.05 $540
220-20-020.5 Commercial bottomfish, undersized flounder

+$50 each fish over 1

$53

$0

$37.10

$0

$18.55

$0

$109
220-20-021.1.a Commercial sturgeon, exceed limit

+$50 each fish over 1

$79

$0

$55.30

$0

$27.65

$0

$162
220-20-021.1.c Sale of sturgeon eggs (Mandatory appearance) $1,053 $737.10 $368.55 $2,159
220-20-021.2 Purchase sturgeon eggs (Mandatory appearance) $1,053 $737.10 $368.55 $2,159
220-20-025.2 Commercial crab, soft shell $132 $92.40 $46.20 $271
220-20-025.3 Commercial crab, back shell $132 $92.40 $46.20 $271
220-33-020.3 Commercial sturgeon, illegal size (Mandatory appearance) $263 $184.10 $92.05 $540
220-33-020.4 Commercial sturgeon, over limit, each fish $79 $55.30 $27.65 $162
220-33-020.5 Commercial sturgeon, remove eggs $132 $92.40 $46.20 $271
220-33-020.6 Commercial sturgeon, remove head or tail, each fish $79 $55.30 $27.65 $162
220-36-031.2 Commercial sturgeon, illegal size (Mandatory appearance) $263 $184.10 $92.05 $540
220-36-031.3 Commercial sturgeon, closed season

+$150 each fish over 1

$263

$0

$184.10

$0

$92.05

$0

$540
220-40-031.2 Commercial sturgeon, illegal size (Mandatory appearance) $263 $184.10 $92.05 $540
220-40-031.3 Commercial sturgeon, closed season

+$150 each fish over 1

$263

$0

$184.10

$0

$92.05

$0

$540
220-44-050 Commercial bottomfish, catch limit

+$500 each additional 10% over limit

$263

$0

$184.10

$0

$92.05

$0

$540
220-44-050.3 Commercial bottomfish, undersized lingcod

+$50 each fish over 1

$79

$0

$55.30

$0

$27.65

$0

$162
220-47-401 Chinook salmon using reef net gear

+$50 each fish over 1

$79

$0

$55.30

$0

$27.65

$0

$162
220-48-005.1 Commercial bottomfish, undersized sole

+$50 each fish over

$79

$0

$55.30

$0

$27.65

$0

$162
220-48-005.3 Commercial bottomfish, lingcod, closed area

+$50 each fish over 1

$79

$0

$55.30

$0

$27.65

$0

$162
220-48-005.4 Commercial bottomfish, lingcod, illegal size

+$50 each fish over 1

$79

$0

$55.30

$0

$27.65

$0

$162
220-48-005.5 Commercial bottomfish, lingcod, closed time

+$50 each fish over 1

$79

$0

$55.30

$0

$27.65

$0

$162
220-48-005.6 Commercial bottomfish, retain shellfish $132 $92.40 $46.20 $271
220-48-005.7.b Commercial bottomfish, retain salmon or sturgeon

+$50 each fish over 1

$79

$0

$55.30

$0

$27.65

$0

$162
220-48-005.7.c Commercial bottomfish, retain shellfish $132 $92.40 $46.20 $271
220-48-005.7.d Commercial bottomfish, whiting

+$50 each fish over 1

$53

$0

$37.10

$0

$18.55

$0

$109
220-48-052.2 Commercial bottomfish, fish for possess salmon, each fish $79 $55.30 $27.65 $162
220-52-019.5 Commercial geoduck, neck or siphon

+$50 for each geoduck over 1

$79

$0

$55.30

$0

$27.65

$0

$162
220-52-019.9 Commercial geoduck, processing (Mandatory appearance) $789 $552.30 $276.15 $1,618
220-52-040.3 Commercial crab, undersized or female

+$50 each crab over 1

$132

$0

$92.40

$0

$46.20

$0

$271
220-52-043.6 Commercial crab, incidental catch $132 $92.40 $46.20 $271
220-52-050.1.c Commercial shrimp, exceed count $526 $368.20 $184.10 $1,079
220-52-050.1.d Commercial shrimp, incidental catch, each fish $79 $55.30 $27.65 $162
220-52-050.1.e Commercial shrimp, incidental catch of shellfish $132 $92.40 $46.20 $271
220-52-060.1.c Commercial crawfish, undersized or female $79 $55.30 $27.65 $162
220-52-068.4 Commercial scallops, incidental catch $132 $92.40 $46.20 $271
220-52-069.2.a.ii Commercial scallops, undersized

+$25 each scallop over 1

$53

$0

$37.10

$0

$18.55

$0

$109
220-52-069.2.a.iv Commercial scallops, retain other foodfish or shellfish $132 $92.40 $46.20 $271
220-52-071.3.c Commercial sea cucumbers, possess geoduck, each geoduck $79 $55.30 $27.65 $162
220-52-073.2 Commercial sea urchins, illegal size

$25 each sea urchin over 1

$53

$0

$37.10

$0

$18.55

$0

$109
220-52-073.3.d Commercial sea urchins, purple sea urchin, each urchin $53 $37.10 $18.55 $109
220-52-073.3.g Commercial sea urchins, processing $526 $368.20 $184.10 $1,079
220-88A-070.3 Commercial shrimp, undersized spot shrimp $263 $184.10 $92.05 $540
77.15.550.2 Commercial fish area or time 1st degree (Mandatory appearance, F) $1,579 $1,105.30 $552.65 $3,237
77.15.560 Report commercial fish harvest or delivery (GM) $526 $368.20 $184.10 $1,079
77.15.570.1 Participate in treaty Indian fishery (GM) $526 $368.20 $184.10 $1,079
77.15.570.2 Participate in treaty Indian commercial fishery (Mandatory appearance, F) $1,579 $1,105.30 $552.65 $3,237
77.15.580.1.a Use of net to take fish 2nd degree (Mandatory appearance, GM) $789 $552.30 $276.15 $1,618
77.15.580.1.b Use of net, retain fish 2nd degree (Mandatory appearance, GM) $263 $184.10 $92.05 $540
77.15.580.2 Use of net to take fish 1st degree (Mandatory appearance, F) $1,579 $1,105.30 $552.65 $3,237
77.15.590 Commercial vessel for charter or recreational use (GM) $263 $184.10 $92.05 $540
77.15.600 Commercial wildlife activity (GM) $526 $368.20 $184.10 $1,079
77.15.610 Commercial wildlife license (M) $79 $55.30 $27.65 $162
77.15.620.1 Fish dealing 2nd degree (GM) $789 $552.30 $276.15 $1,618
77.15.620.3 Fish dealing 1st degree (Mandatory appearance, F) $2,631 $1,841.70 $920.85 $5,394
77.15.630.1 Use of fish buyer/dealer license 2nd degree (GM) $789 $552.30 $276.15 $1,618
77.15.630.2 Use of fish buyer/dealer license 1st degree (Mandatory appearance, F) $2,631 $1,841.70 $920.85 $5,394
77.15.640 Violate fish buyer/dealer rules (GM) $263 $184.10 $92.05 $540
77.15.650.1 Purchase or use of license 2nd degree (GM) $263 $184.10 $92.05 $540
77.15.650.2 Purchase or use of license 1st degree (Mandatory appearance, F) $1,316 $921.20 $460.60 $2,698
77.15.660 Scientific permit (GM) $263 $184.10 $92.05 $540
77.15.670.1 Suspension of department privileges 2nd degree (GM) $526 $368.20 $184.10 $1,079
77.15.670.2 Suspension of department privileges 1st degree (Mandatory appearance, F) $2,631 $1,841.70 $920.85 $5,394
77.16.070 Hunting intoxicated (Mandatory appearance, GM) $263 $184.10 $92.05 $540
77.16.360.1 Hunt bear using bait (GM) $263 $184.10 $92.05 $540
77.16.360.2 Hunt with dog or dogs (GM) $263 $184.10 $92.05 $540

(s) Forfeitable Natural Resources Offenses. The following offenses shall be forfeitable as a final disposition, in the amounts listed, to include statutory assessments:

WHERE A BAIL AMOUNT IS SHOWN, THE BREAKDOWN IS: BAIL 70% PSEA 35% PSEA TOTAL
FOREST PROTECTION
RCW 76.04.205 Violation of Burning Permit 90 63 31.50 185
WAC 332-24-211 Violations of Outdoor Burning Rules 90 63 31.50 185
RCW 76.04.215 Burning Mill Wood Waste--Arresters 90 63 31.50 185
RCW 76.04.246 Use of Blasting Fuse 90 63 31.50 185
RCW 76.04.305 Closed to Entry--Extra Fire Hazard 90 63 31.50 185
RCW 76.04.315 Suspension of Burning Permits/Privileges 90 63 31.50 185
RCW 76.04.325

WAC 332-24-301

Closure of Forest Operations or

Industrial Restrictions Forest Lands

90 63 31.50 185
RCW 76.04.405

WAC 332-24-405

Spark Emitting Equipment Regulated 90 63 31.50 185
RCW 76.04.415 Work Stoppage Notice--Violation 90 63 31.50 185
RCW 76.04.425 Unauthorized Entry Into Sealed Fire Tool Box 90 63 31.50 185
RCW 76.04.435 Deposit of Fire or Live Coals--Railroad 150 105 52.50 308
RCW 76.04.455 Discarding Lighted Material 90 63 31.50 185
RCW 76.04.465

WAC 332-24-401

Certain Snags To Be Felled

Felling of Snags

90 63 31.50 185
WAC 332-24-409 Electric Fence Controllers--Uncertified 90 63 31.50 185
RCW 76.04.650 Disposal of Forest Debris--Felling 90 63 31.50 185
RCW 76.04.700 Failure To Extinguish Campfire 90 63 31.50 185
RCW 76.04.710 Willful Setting of Fire 160 112 56 328
RCW 76.04.720 Removal of Notices--Signs 90 63 31.50 185
RCW 76.04.730 Negligent Fire--Spread 90 63 31.50 185

FOREST PRACTICES

RCW 76.09.060(5)

WAC 222-20-060

Deviation From Approved Appl./Notif. 250 175 87.50 513
RCW 76.09.060(3)

WAC 222-20-050

Conversion Deviation From Approved Appl./Notif. 250 175 87.50 513
RCW 76.09.060 WAC 222-34-010

WAC 222-34-020

Conversion Deviation From Approved Appl./Notif.

(also see Reforestation)

250 175 87.50 513
RCW 76.09.050(4)

WAC 222-24-020(6)

Road Location--Unstable Slopes 250 175 87.50 513
RCW 76.09.050(4)

WAC 222-24-025

Location and Design 250 175 87.50 513
RCW 76.09.050(4)

WAC 222-24-030

Road Construction--General 250 175 87.50 513
RCW 76.09.050(4)

WAC 222-24-030(8,9)

End Haul/Side Cast and Waste Disposal 250 175 87.50 513
RCW 76.09.050(4)

WAC 222-24-050

Road Maintenance 250 175 87.50 513
RCW 76.09.050(4)

WAC 222-24-060

Rock Quarries 250 175 87.50 513
RCW 76.09.050(4)

WAC 222-30-020

Harvest Unit, Plan Design 250 175 87.50 513
RCW 76.09.050(4)

WAC 222-30-020(2,3)

Landing Location and Construction--Water 250 175 87.50 513
RCW 76.09.050(4)

WAC 222-30-040

Temperature Control Shade Requirements--Temp. Sensitive 250 175 87.50 513
RCW 76.09.050(4)

WAC 222-30-040

Temperature Control Shade Requirements -- General 250 175 87.50 513
RCW 76.09.050(4)

WAC 222-30-050

Falling and Bucking 250 175 87.50 513
RCW 76.09.050(4)

WAC 222-30-060

Cable Yarding 250 175 87.50 513
RCW 76.09.050(4)

WAC 222-30-070

Tractor and Wheeled Skidding Systems 250 175 87.50 513
RCW 76.09.050(4)

WAC 222-30-090

Postharvest Site Preparation 250 175 87.50 513
RCW 76.09.050(4)

WAC 222-30-100

Slash Disposal

(See also RCW 76.04 & WAC 332-24)

250 175 87.50 513
RCW 76.09.050(4)

WAC 222-38-020

Chemicals 250 175 87.50 513

Consult Department of Agriculture prior to citation.

SPECIALIZED FOREST PRODUCTS
General Rules

RCW 43.30.310

WAC 332-52-030

Nontraffic
(1) Sanitation 90 63 31.50 185
(2) Public Behavior

(c) Selling without permission

(d) Advertising without permission

40 28 14 82
(f) Fireworks 90 63 31.50 185
(3) Audible Devices

(a) Audible devices regulated

(b) Unauthorized use of public address system

70 49 24.50 144

Public Behavior--Recreation Site

RCW 43.30.310

WAC 332-52-040

(4) Occupying a closed site 25 17.50 8.75 52
(5) Fire outside designated location 25 17.50 8.75 52
(6) Camping in a day-use area 25 17.50 8.75 52
(7) Failure to clean up rubbish 25 17.50 8.75 52
(8) Utilizing site which is designated for other use 25 17.50 8.75 52
(9) Overstaying site 25 17.50 8.75 52
(10) Failure to maintain quiet 25 17.50 8.75 52
(11) Saddle or pack animals in camp 25 17.50 8.75 52
(12) Pets at large 25 17.50 8.75 52

MANDATORY

RCW 76.04.235

WAC 332-24-261

Dumping Mill Waste, Forest Debris

Dumping Mill Waste--Creation of Fire Hazard

Mandatory
RCW 76.04.445 Reporting Fire Mandatory
RCW 76.04.740 Reckless Burning Mandatory
RCW 76.09.170

WAC 222-46-080

Knowingly in Violation of RCW 76.09.010- .280 Mandatory
RCW 76.09.050 (2),(4)

WAC 222-20-010

Operation Without Application/Notification Mandatory
RCW 76.09.050(4)

WAC 222-24-040

Water Crossing Structures

(See also RCW 75.20.100 & WAC 220-110)

Mandatory
RCW 76.09.050(4)

WAC 222-30-020(4)

Riparian Management Zone Mandatory
RCW 76.09.050(4)

WAC 222-30-030

Stream Bank Integrity Mandatory
RCW 76.09.050(4)

WAC 222-30-080

Landing Cleanup Mandatory
RCW 76.09.070

WAC 222-34-010

Reforestation Mandatory
RCW 76.36 Marks and Brands. File All Charges With Prosecutor. (No Citation.) Mandatory
RCW 76.40 Log Patrol. File All Charges With Prosecutor. (No Citation.) Mandatory
RCW 76.48.030 No Valid Permit Mandatory
RCW 76.48.070 Possessing Forest Products Without a Valid Permit Mandatory
RCW 76.48.070 Transporting Forest Products Without a Valid Permit Mandatory
RCW 76.48.075 Transporting Forest Products From Out of State Mandatory
RCW 76.48.092 Refusal To Surrender Copy of Permit Mandatory
RCW 76.48.094 Cedar Processor--Failure To Maintain Records Mandatory
RCW 76.48.096 Cedar Processor--Purchase From a Person Without a Permit Mandatory
RCW 76.48.120 Offering a False or Fraudulent Permit (Class C Felony--No Citation.) Mandatory

General Rules

RCW 43.30.310

WAC 332-52-030

Nontraffic Mandatory
(2) Public behavior Mandatory
(a) Inciting or participating in riots
(b) Malicious mischief

Damages less than $50

Mandatory
Damages more than

$50, less than $250

Mandatory
Damages more than $250, less than $1,500

(Class C Felony--No Citation.)

Damages more than $1,500

(Class B Felony--No Citation.)

Mandatory
(e) Erecting unauthorized buildings Mandatory

Public Behavior--Recreation Site

RCW 43.30.310

WAC 332-52-040

Nontraffic
(1) Destroying--Defacing (Malicious mischief)

Damages less than $50

Mandatory
Damages more than $50, less than $250 Mandatory
Damages more than $250, less than $1,500

(Class C Felony--No Citation.)

Mandatory
Damages more than $1,500

(Class B Felony--No Citation.)

Mandatory
(2) Discharging firearms Mandatory

(t) Forfeitable Parks Offenses. The following offenses shall be forfeitable as a final disposition, in the amounts listed, to include statutory assessments:

WHERE A BAIL AMOUNT IS SHOWN, THE BREAKDOWN IS: BAIL 70%

PSEA

35%

PSEA

TOTAL
CRIMINAL
WAC
308-93-020 Vessel Registration Required Mandatory
352-32-120 Firearms and/or Weapons Mandatory
352-32-130 Aircraft Mandatory
352-32-140 Fireworks 70.00 49.00 24.50 144.00
352-32-150 Fishing 50.00 35.00 17.50 103.00
352-32-15001 Little Spokane River Natural Area Prohibited Uses 50.00 35.00 17.50 103.00
352-32-170 Rubbish Mandatory
352-32-180 Sanitation Mandatory
352-32-210 Consumption of Alcohol in State Park Areas 50.00 35.00 17.50 103.00
352-32-290 Wood Debris Collection 70.00 49.00 24.50 144.00
352-37-070 Restricted Areas Mandatory
352-37-120 Operator's License Required Mandatory
352-37-140 Certain Practices Prohibited Mandatory
352-37-170 Aircraft Mandatory
352-37-190 Excluded/Limited Recreational Activities 50.00 35.00 17.50 103.00
352-60-030 Personal Flotation Devices 24.74 17.32 8.66 51.00
352-60-040 Visual Distress Signals 24.74 17.32 8.66 51.00
352-60-050 Ventilation 70.00 49.00 24.50 144.00
352-60-060 Navigation Lights and Shapes and Sound and Light Signals 70.00 49.00 24.50 144.00
352-60-070 Steering and Sailing Mandatory
352-60-080 Fire Extinguishing Equipment 24.74 17.32 8.66 51.00
352-60-090 Backfire Flame Control 70.00 49.00 24.50 144.00
352-60-100 Liquefied Petroleum Gas Mandatory
352-60-110 Canadian Vessels Mandatory
352-70-040 Boating Accident & Casualty Report Mandatory

(u) Forfeitable Utilities and Transportation Offenses. The following offenses shall be forfeitable as a final disposition, in the amounts listed, to include statutory assessments:


WHERE A BAIL AMOUNT IS SHOWN, THE BREAKDOWN IS: BAIL 70%

PSEA

35%

PSEA

TOTAL
RCW & WAC VIOLATION
81.04.380 Violation of Chapter by Officer, Agent, Employee of Public Service Co. (Mandatory Appearance) 500
81.04.385 Failure To Comply With Commission Orders/Provision of Title 81 (Mandatory Appearance) 500
81.04.390 Person Violating Provision of Title 81(Mandatory Appearance) 500
81.04.390 Failure To Observe Order, Aiding, Abetting, Etc. (Mandatory Appearance) 250
81.68.045

480-30-030

Certificate Required--Auto Transp. (Mandatory Appearance) 500
81.68.045

480-40-030

Certificate Required--Excursion Bus (Mandatory Appearance) 500
81.70.220

480-40-030

Certificate Required--Charter Bus (Mandatory Appearance) 500
81.70.330 No Name or Permit Number Displayed--Charter/Excursion Bus 50 35 17.50 103
480-30-090 Fail to ID Vehicle--Auto Transp. 50 35 17.50 103
81.70.340

480-40-120

Fail To Register ICC Authority--Charter/Excursion Bus 80 56 28 164
480-30-100 Disqualified Driver--License Suspended or Revoked, and Other Disqualifying Offenses as Listed in 49 C.F.R. Section 391.15 (Mandatory Appearance) 500
480-40-070 Disqualified Driver--License Suspended or Revoked, and Other Disqualifying Offenses as Listed in 49 C.F.R. Section 391.15 Charter/Excursion Bus (Mandatory Appearance) 500
480-30-100 Medical Certificate Violation--Auto Transp. 50 35 17.50 103
480-40-070 Medical Certificate Violation--Charter/Excursion Bus 50 35 17.50 103
480-30-097 Moving Equipment Ordered Out of Service Without Repairs Made--Auto Transp. (Mandatory Appearance) 500
480-40-065 Moving Equipment Ordered Out of Service Without Repairs Made-Charter/Excursion Bus (Mandatory Appearance) 500
480-30-100 Hours of Service--Auto Transp.--Driver in Service 50 35 17.50 103
480-30-100(1) Driver Out of Service 80 56 28 164
81.77.040

480-70-070

Certificate of Convenience and Necessity Required--Solid Waste Transp. (Mandatory Appearance) 500
480-70-300 Fail To ID Vehicle--Solid Waste Transp. 50 35 17.50 103
480-70-400 Disqualified Driver -- License Suspended or Revoked, and Other Disqualifying Offenses as Listed in

49 C.F.R. Section 391.15 -- Solid Waste Transp. (Mandatory Appearance)

500
480-70-400 Medical Certificate Violation -- Solid Waste Transp. 50 35 17.50 103
480-70-325 Moving Equipment Ordered Out of Service Without Repairs Made-Solid Waste Transp. (Mandatory Appearance) 500
480-70-330 Hours of Service--Solid Waste Transp.-Driver in Service 50 35 17.50 103
Driver Out of Service 80 56 28 164
81.80.060 No Valid Combination of Services Permit 130 91 45.50 267
81.80.070 No Valid Permit--Common/Contract (Mandatory Appearance) 500
81.80.100 Exceeding Permit Authority 130 91 45.50 267
81.80.355

480-14-100

Unlawful Advertising 80 56 28 164
81.80.371

480-14-320

Fail to Register Appropriate ICC Authority 80 56 28 164
480-12-121

480-14-090

Fail to Display Copy of Permit 25 17.50 8.75 52
480-14-110 Improper Use of Permit or Registration 130 91 45.50 267
81.80.305

480-12-150

480-14-340

No Name or Permit Number Displayed 50 35 17.50 103
480-12-165

480-14-360(3)

Moving Equipment Ordered Out of Service Without Repairs Made (Mandatory Appearance) 500
480-12-180(6)

480-14-370(7)

Disqualified Driver -- License Suspended or Revoked, and Other Disqualifying Offenses as Listed in 49 C.F.R. 391.15 (Mandatory Appearance) 500
480-12-180(1)

480-14-370(1)

Attendance/Surveillance of Hazardous Material Laden Motor Vehicle (Mandatory Appearance) 500
480-12-180(1)

480-14-370(1)

Parking of Hazardous Material Laden Motor Vehicle (Mandatory Appearance) 500
480-12-180 (1)

480-14-370 (1)

Explosive Laden Vehicle Off Route (Mandatory Appearance) 500
480-12-180 (6)

480-14-370 (7)

Medical Certificate Violation 50 35 17.50 103
480-12-190

480-14-380

Hours of Service Violation Driver in Service 50 35 17.50 103
480-12-190(1) Driver Out of Service 80 56 28 164
480-14-380

480-14-390

Hazardous Material Transportation (Mandatory Appearance) 500
480-12-210 Failure to Display Commission Approved Lease 50 35 17.50 103
81.90.030 Certificate Required (Mandatory Appearance) 500
81.90.140

480-35-110

Failure to Register Interstate Authority 80 56 28 164
480-35-120 Failure to Display Valid Identification Decal 50 35 17.50 103
81.80.301

480-14-300

Failure to Display Single State Registration (SSR) Receipt 50 35 17.50 103
480-14-400 Radioactive Material Transp. (Mandatory Appearance) 500

[Amended effective September 1, 2002; April 1, 2003.]

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.

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.

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