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PDFWAC 137-56-200

Disciplinary hearing—Waiver.

(1) At any time after having been served with an allegation providing the basis for a proposed disciplinary action, the offender may choose to waive his or her right to a hearing by signing an admission of the allegation and request that the hearing be dispensed with entirely or limited only to questions of disposition. Also, the offender may waive, in writing, the twenty-four hour notice.
(2) The offender may admit in writing to part of the allegations and thereby limit the scope of the hearing.
(3) In those cases where the allegation involves misbehavior or other culpability on the part of the offender, he or she shall be advised in writing that in admitting the violation and waiving the hearing, a report will be submitted which may result in the loss of work/training release status, good time credits and/or the extension of the minimum term.
[Statutory Authority: RCW 72.01.090, 72.09.130, and 9.94.070. WSR 05-24-009 and 06-02-038, § 137-56-200, filed 11/28/05 and 12/28/05, effective 5/1/06. WSR 94-07-065, § 137-56-200, filed 3/14/94, effective 5/1/94. Statutory Authority: RCW 72.65.100. WSR 86-06-012 (Order 86-02), § 137-56-200, filed 2/21/86; WSR 82-08-055 (Order 82-06), § 137-56-200, filed 4/5/82. Formerly WAC 275-92-530.]
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