Rights of person under this chapter.
Maximum term of commitment or treatment.
Eligible for commitment regardless of cause.
Establishing insanity as a defense.
Instructions to jury on special verdict.
Mental incapacity as bar to proceedings.
Plea of not guilty due to insanity—Doubt as to competency—Evaluation—Bail—Report.
Mental condition evaluations—Reports and recommendations required—Discharge of defendant when determined competent to stand trial.
Competency to stand trial, admissions for inpatient restoration services—Performance targets and maximum time limits—Duties of the department—Report—New entitlement or cause of action not created—No basis for contempt or motion to dismiss.
Examination rights of defendant's expert or professional person.
Competency to stand trial—Evaluation—Appointment of qualified expert or professional person.
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Competency evaluation or competency restoration treatment—Court order.
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Competency evaluation or restoration services—Offer of admission—City or county jail to transport defendant.
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Competency to stand trial—Continuation of competency process, dismissal of charges—Exceptions.
Motion for acquittal on grounds of insanity—Hearing—Findings.
Stay of proceedings—Treatment—Restoration of competency—Commitment—Other procedures.
Evaluation and determination of individual with developmental disability—Program placement—Admissions, limitation.
Commitment—Procedure in felony charge.
Placement—Procedure in nonfelony charge.
Placement—Secure facility—Treatment and rights—Custody—Reports.
Involuntary medication—Serious offenses.
Involuntary medication—Civil commitment.
Antipsychotic medication, administration.
Records and reports accompany defendant upon transfer.
Experts or professional persons as witnesses.
Acquittal of crime.
Care and treatment of committed person—Hearings—Release.
Periodic examinations—Developmentally disabled—Reports—Notice to court.
Authorization to leave facility where person is confined prohibited—Exceptions—Approval by secretary—Notification to county or city law enforcement agency.
Conditional release—Application—Secretary's recommendation—Order—Procedure.
Conditional release—Application—County of origin.
Conditional release, furlough—Secretary's recommendation.
Furlough—Notice—Temporary restraining order.
Escape or disappearance—Notification requirements.
Payments to conditionally released persons.
Conditional release—Periodic review of case.
Conditional release—Revocation or modification of terms—Procedure.
Conditional release—Court approval—Compliance—Secretary to coordinate with designated treatment providers, department of corrections staff, and local law enforcement—Rules.
Sexual or violent offenders—Notice of release, escape, etc.—Definitions.
Persons acquitted of sex offense due to insanity—Release of information authorized.
Right to adequate care and treatment—Records and reports.
Implementation of legislative intent.
Incarceration in correctional institution or facility prohibited—Exceptions.
Existing rights not affected.
Responsibility for costs—Reimbursement.
Independent public safety review panel—Members—Secretary to submit recommendation—Access to records—Support, rules—Report.
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Office of forensic mental health services.
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Secretary to adopt rules—2015 1st sp.s. c 7.
Joint legislative audit and review committee assessment—Report.
Washington state institute for public policy study—Report.
Savings—Construction—1973 1st ex.s. c 117.
Severability—1973 1st ex.s. c 117.
Chapter successor to chapter 10.76
Effective date—1973 1st ex.s. c 117.
Equal application of 1989 c 420—Evaluation for developmental disability.
Construction—Chapter applicable to state registered domestic partnerships—2009 c 521.