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CRIMINAL PROCEDURE  CRIMINAL PROCEDURE RSS Feed
               (See also BAIL AND BAIL BONDS; CIVIL PROCEDURE; CRIMES; CRIMINAL OFFENDERS; JUVENILE COURT AND JUVENILE OFFENDERS; SENTENCING; SEX OFFENSES AND OFFENDERS; TRAFFIC OFFENSES)
Alcohol poisoning, involving person under age 21, limited immunity when seeking medical assistance: * HB 1404, CH 112 (2013)
Animal abuse, criminal animal abuse offenders, requiring registration: HB 1786
Arresting without warrant, modifying provisions: HB 2057, * SHB 2057, CH 5 (2014)
Biological material from criminal investigations, preservation, requirements and study of standards for: HB 2468, SB 6310
Biological material from criminal investigations, preservation, study of standards for: SHB 2468
Border patrol, employee or agent of, restricting interviews of certain persons in custody by, conditions: HB 1874
Braden and Charlie Powell act of 2013, prohibiting child custody award to suspect in active homicide investigation: SB 5162, SSB 5162
Chemical dependency diversions, Snohomish county pilot program to study: * 2SHB 2627, CH 128 (2014)
Chemical dependency, arrest of individual suffering from, police officer options: HB 2627, SHB 2627, * 2SHB 2627, CH 128 (2014), SB 6345, SSB 6345
Chemical dependency, diversions pilot program, establishment in Snohomish county: SSB 6345
Civil rights, restoration of, use of vacated record of domestic violence in criminal prosecutions, limiting: SB 6066
Competency to stand trial, evaluations of, requirements: HB 1627, SHB 1627, 2SHB 1627, SB 5551, * ESSB 5551, CH 284 (2013)
Competency to stand trial, evaluations, reimbursement of county for certain costs in certain cases: * ESSB 5551, CH 284 (2013)
Costs of incarceration, requiring payment by convicted impaired driving offender: SB 5951
Costs of incarceration, requiring payment by convicted offender: SB 5950
Court records, nonconviction, removing from public access: HB 1497, SB 5341
Criminal history record information, state patrol to audit criminal justice agencies for compliance: HB 1531, * SB 5466, CH 62 (2013)
Criminally insane, competency restoration in county jail: HB 2649, SB 6395
Criminally insane, involuntary medication to maintain competency, authorization: HB 2195, * SHB 2195, CH 10 (2014), SB 6311, SSB 6311
Criminally insane, petitions for release, modifying requirements when offender to be transferred to state correctional institution or facility upon release: * E2SHB 1114, CH 289 (2013)
Criminally insane, petitions for release, service of: SB 5617
Criminally insane, statute restricting outings from state facilities, repealing: HB 1458
Cruelty to animals, requiring registration of criminal animal abuse offenders: HB 1786
Death penalty, eliminating: HB 1504, SB 5372
Defense, materials provided to prosecutor by, public records inspection and copying exemption: HB 1449, SB 5436
Defensive force, including deadly force, person using to be immune from prosecution in certain cases: HB 2324
Disposition of criminal cases, criminal history record information compliance audits to research: HB 1531, * SB 5466, CH 62 (2013)
DNA sample, collecting from adults arrested for a sex or violent offense: SSB 6314
DNA sample, collecting from adults arrested for any criminal offense: HB 2669
DNA sample, collecting from adults arrested for ranked felony or gross misdemeanor violation of an order: SB 6314
Domestic violence, felonious, responding officer authority to arrest certain juveniles for: SHB 2722
Domestic violence, nonfelonious, responding officer placement options for certain juveniles arrested for: HB 2455, HB 2722, SB 6254
Driving under the influence, probable cause for arresting and taking into custody without warrant: HB 2083
Evidence, preservation of, establishing work group on preservation of evidence for criminal justice purposes: HB 2468, SHB 2468, SB 6310
Guilty and mentally ill, authorizing defendants to plead: SB 5151
Homicide investigations, prohibiting child custody award to suspect in active investigation: SB 5162, SSB 5162
Immigration detainer, detaining individual on basis of, prohibiting law enforcement officers from, exception: HB 1874
Immigration warrant, administrative, arresting or detaining individual based on, prohibiting law enforcement officers from: HB 1874
Immigrations and customs enforcement agency, employee or agent of, restricting interviews of certain persons in custody by, conditions: HB 1874
Incompetency, criminal, amending civil commitment and related procedures: HB 1114, SHB 1114, * E2SHB 1114, CH 289 (2013), SB 5176, ESSB 5176
Incompetent to stand trial, competency restoration in county jail: HB 2649, SB 6395
Incompetent to stand trial, offender release instead of civil commitment, notification of release: * ESB 5221, CH 214 (2013)
Indigent defense, cost recovery fees: HB 2497, SHB 2497, SB 6249, SSB 6249, E2SSB 6249
Indigent defense, revising provisions: HB 2497, SHB 2497, SB 5020, ESSB 5020, SB 6249, SSB 6249, E2SSB 6249
Informants, confidential, use by state or local law enforcement agencies: SB 5373
Inmates, in hospitals, requiring guarding of violent or sexual offenders by law enforcement: SB 5968
Juveniles, crimes committed before age eighteen, sentencing, incarceration, and early release provisions: HB 1338, SHB 1338, 2SHB 1338
Juveniles, mental health diversion and disposition, strategies: HB 1524, * ESHB 1524, CH 179 (2013)
Legal financial obligations, county clerk collection system, collecting information to assess success: HB 1569
Legal financial obligations, system of, improving through restitution first act: HB 2751
Marijuana, misdemeanor offenses, vacating of, conditions and exceptions: HB 1661, SHB 1661
Mental disability, guilty but with a mental disability, plea or finding of: HB 2496
No-contact orders, certain persons subject to, firearm provisions: HB 1840, * ESHB 1840, CH 111 (2014)
No-contact stalking orders, provisions: * ESHB 1383, CH 84 (2013), SSB 5452
Prescription drug donation for uninsured persons, criminal immunity provisions: HB 1382, SHB 1382, SB 5148, * SSB 5148, CH 260 (2013)
Prostitution convictions, vacating for victims of certain trafficking and related crimes: HB 1292, * SHB 1292, CH 109 (2014)
Protection orders, certain persons subject to, firearm provisions: HB 1840, * ESHB 1840, CH 111 (2014)
Protection orders, Jennifer Paulson stalking protection order act: * ESHB 1383, CH 84 (2013)
Protection orders, sexual assault, provisions: HB 1307, * SHB 1307, CH 74 (2013), SB 5175
Protection orders, stalking protection order act: HB 1383, SB 5452
Protection orders, stalking protection orders, provisions: * ESHB 1383, CH 84 (2013), SSB 5452
Reprieve, petitions for, recommendations to governor by clemency and pardons board concerning: SB 6566
Restitution, restitution first act, improving system of legal financial obligations: HB 2751
Restraining orders, certain persons subject to, firearm provisions: HB 1840, * ESHB 1840, CH 111 (2014)
Search warrant applications, timely review by magistrates: HB 2235, ESHB 2235, SB 6279, * SSB 6279, CH 93 (2014)
Seizure and forfeiture of property, for patronizing a prostitute: SB 6434, SSB 6434
Sex offenses with victim under age eighteen, modifying statute of limitation provisions: HB 1352, * SHB 1352, CH 17 (2013), SB 5100, SSB 5100
Sexual offenses and offenders, in hospitals, requiring guarding of inmates and suspects by law enforcement: SB 5968
Stalking, protection and no-contact orders, provisions: * ESHB 1383, CH 84 (2013), SSB 5452
Stalking, protection orders, Jennifer Paulson stalking protection order act: * ESHB 1383, CH 84 (2013)
Stalking, protection orders, stalking protection order act: HB 1383, SB 5452
Statute of limitations, sex offenses with victim under age eighteen, modifying provisions: HB 1352, * SHB 1352, CH 17 (2013), SB 5100, SSB 5100
Suspects, in hospitals, requiring guarding by law enforcement in cases of violent or sexual offenses: SB 5968
Tax evasion by electronic means, seizure and forfeiture of property: HB 1427, * SB 5715, CH 309 (2013)
Victims, rights of victims, statement of rights to be read at all criminal proceedings: HB 1389