Topical Index

CRIMINAL PROCEDURE  CRIMINAL PROCEDURE RSS Feed
               (See also BAIL AND BAIL BONDS; CRIMINAL OFFENDERS; ORDERS OF COURT; SENTENCING)
Animal abuse offenses, offender registration and animal abuse registry: SB 6234
Banking records, personal, restricting special inquiry judge subpoena power: HB 2570
Competency, evaluations and restoration, performance targets and time limits: HB 2060, SHB 2060, E2SHB 2060, SB 5889, * SSB 5889, CH 5 (2015)
Competency, evaluations, reimbursement of county, when: HB 1426, SHB 1426, E2SHB 2060, * 2E2SSB 5177, CH 7 (2015), SB 5403, SSB 5403, 2SSB 5403
Competency, nonfelony offense, optional diversion: * 2E2SSB 5177, CH 7 (2015), SB 5925, SSB 5925
Competency, restoration, time periods and alternative locations: HB 1597, SHB 1597, E2SHB 2060, SB 5177, SSB 5177, * 2E2SSB 5177, CH 7 (2015)
Culpability, acting intentionally, modifying definition of: HB 2473
Deadly force, community policing standards (COPS) for a safer Washington, joint legislative task force on, establishing: HB 2908
Deadly force, policing and the use of, task force on, convening: SB 6621
Deadly force, use in community policing, joint legislative task force, establishing: * ESHB 2908, CH 200 (2016)
Deadly force, use of by law enforcement, collecting data concerning: HB 2882, SB 6294
Deadly force, use of by public or peace officers, justifiable, when: HB 2907
Deadly force, when appropriate, immunity from prosecution: HB 2712, SB 6487
Death penalty, eliminating: HB 1739, SB 5639
Defenses, based on victim gender identity or sexual orientation, limiting: SB 5956
Defenses, voluntary intoxication, as criminal charge defense, prohibiting: HB 2275
Defensive force, holding reasonable fear of imminent peril, when appropriate, immunity from prosecution: HB 2712, SB 6487
Defensive force, including deadly force, immunity from prosecution, when: HB 1324
Defensive force, right of self-defense, against attack by aggressive and violent animal: HB 1474
Detaining of defendant pending sentencing, mandatory, to include commercial sexual abuse of minor: HB 2206
DNA database, statewide, forensic laboratory services bureau reporting requirements: SB 6366, SSB 6366
DNA sample, adults arrested for ranked felony or gross misdemeanor violation of an order: HB 1082, HB 1128
DNA sample, collection at jail intake or by order, when: HB 2341, SHB 2341, 2SHB 2341, SB 5653, SSB 5653
DNA sample, collection from felony arrestees for certain crimes: SB 6366, SSB 6366
DNA sample, collection in felony violent or sex offense cases, when: HB 2341, SHB 2341, 2SHB 2341
DNA sample, persons acquitted by reason of insanity: SB 5240
DNA, felony violent or sex offense cases, work product preservation: HB 1069, * SHB 1069, CH 221 (2015), SB 5253
Domestic violence assault, arresting 16- and 17-year-olds: HB 1226, * SB 5605, CH 113 (2016), SB 6529, SSB 6529
Domestic violence assault, by juvenile, offense report discretion: HB 2906, * ESHB 2906, CH 136 (2016), SSB 6529
Driving under the influence, fingerprinting and photographing, who and when: SB 6198
Driving under the influence, probable cause for arrest: HB 2279
Extradition, declined, limited exoneration of bail forfeitures when: HB 1312, SHB 1312
Federal immigration detainers and administrative warrants, state and local enforcement of, prohibiting: HB 1716, SHB 1716
Force, use by law enforcement or school officers to restrain child, when lawful: HB 2776
Forfeiture of real or personal property, guilty finding for felony offense, requiring: HB 1520
Homicide, justifiable as self-defense, when legal, immunity from prosecution: HB 2712, SB 6487
Homicide, justifiable, by law enforcement, collecting data concerning: HB 2882, SB 6294
Homicide, justifiable, community policing standards (COPS) for a safer Washington, joint legislative task force on, establishing: HB 2908
Homicide, justifiable, use of deadly force in community policing, joint legislative task force, establishing: * ESHB 2908, CH 200 (2016)
Indigent defense, determination of indigency: SB 5232
Informants and accomplices, evidence and testimony by, requirements for: HB 1557, HB 2654, SB 5067, SSB 5067, SB 6503
Legal status in USA, of person detained, determination of, authorizing, when: HB 2284
Liability, of peace officers, including use of less lethal weapon, immunity: HB 2277
Physical control of vehicle under the influence, fingerprinting and photographing, who and when: SB 6198
Physical control of vehicle under the influence, probable cause for arrest: HB 2279
Pretrial supervision costs, for electronic or alcohol abstinence monitoring services, defendant to reimburse for: * SSB 6134, CH 35 (2015)
Pretrial supervision costs, limitations on, alcohol and drug monitoring programs exemption from, when: * SSB 6134, CH 35 (2015)
Pretrial supervision costs, limitations on, electronic alcohol monitoring programs exemption from: SB 6134
Process servers, legal, assault in third degree to include assault of: SB 5521
Process servers, legal, social security numbers of, disclosure prohibitions: ESB 5523
Radar devices, deployment by law enforcement, requiring signed search warrant for: HB 2216
Reprieve, petitions for, recommendations to governor: SB 5039
Seizure and forfeiture of property, for patronizing a prostitute: HB 1558, SB 5041
Seizure and forfeiture of property, for sexual exploitation: SSB 5041
Self-defense, defensive and deadly force, immunity from prosecution, when: HB 1324
Self-defense, holding reasonable fear of imminent peril, when appropriate, immunity from prosecution: HB 2712, SB 6487
Self-defense, right of, against attack by aggressive and violent animal: HB 1474
Sex offenses, certain, statute of limitations elimination or extension for: HB 2873, SHB 2873, SB 6561
Sex offenses, felony, prosecution at any time after commission of, allowing: HB 2873, SHB 2873, SB 6561
Sexual exploitation of children, law enforcement administrative subpoena authority use, when: HB 2483, SHB 2483
Testifying, child victims testifying remotely, raising awareness of as legal alternative: HB 1898
Testifying, child victims testifying remotely, raising awareness of as legal alternative, including annual survey: * SHB 1898, CH 286 (2015)
Testimony, court video testimony work group, establishment: * 2E2SSB 5177, CH 7 (2015)
Unmanned aircraft, nefarious drone enterprises, special allegation of, filing of: SB 5499
Vulnerable adult protection orders, persons violating, arrest without warrant: HB 1316, * SHB 1316, CH 248 (2015)
Vulnerable adult protection orders, persons violating, arrest without warrant by peace officer: SB 5250
Warrant officers, authority to establish, requirements, duties: HB 1029, HB 1846, SB 5004, * SSB 5004, CH 288 (2015)