(1) Immediately before the court defers prosecution under RCW 10.05.020
, dismisses a charge, or orders a sentence for any offense listed in subsection (2) of this section, the court and prosecutor shall verify the defendant's criminal history and driving record. The order shall include specific findings as to the criminal history and driving record. For purposes of this section, the criminal history shall include all previous convictions and orders of deferred prosecution, as reported through the judicial information system or otherwise available to the court or prosecutor, current to within the period specified in subsection (3) of this section before the date of the order. For purposes of this section, the driving record shall include all information reported to the court by the department of licensing.
(2) The offenses to which this section applies are violations of: (a) RCW 46.61.502
or an equivalent local ordinance; (b) RCW 46.61.504
or an equivalent local ordinance; (c) RCW 46.61.520
committed while under the influence of intoxicating liquor or any drug; (d) RCW 46.61.522
committed while under the influence of intoxicating liquor or any drug; and (e) RCW 46.61.5249
, or 9A.36.050
, or an equivalent local ordinance, if the conviction is the result of a charge that was originally filed as a violation of RCW 46.61.502
or an equivalent local ordinance, or of RCW 46.61.520
(3) The periods applicable to previous convictions and orders of deferred prosecution are: (a) One working day, in the case of previous actions of courts that fully participate in the state judicial information system; and (b) seven calendar days, in the case of previous actions of courts that do not fully participate in the judicial information system. For purposes of this subsection, "fully participate" means regularly providing records to and receiving records from the system by electronic means on a daily basis.
[1998 c 211 § 5.]
Effective date—1998 c 211:
See note following RCW 46.61.5055