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Order On Adjudication And Disposition {JU 07.0800}

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ORDER ON ADJ/DISP (ORD) - Page 1 of 10 WPF JU 07.0800 (06/2018) JuCR 7.12; RCW 13.40.120, .150 - .190, .300 S uperior Court of Washington County of J uvenile Court State of Washington v. Respondent. D.O.B.: No: Order on Adjudication and Disposition (ORD) Clerk222s Action Required. Paragraphs 1.3, 4.1, 4.6, 4.11, 4.14, 4.15, 4.16, 4.17, 4.18, 4.19, 4.20, 4.23 I. Hearing 1.1 Respondent appeared for a disposition hearing on [Date]. 1.2 Persons appearing were: Respondent Parent Pros. Atty. Parent Prob. Counsl. Other Resp. Atty. 1.3 The court heard evidence and argument, reviewed the files, and now enters the following: II. Findings of Fact Respondent pled guilty to: Count Offense: Committed on or about: Count Offense: Committed on or about: Count Offense: Committed on or about: Respondent was found guilty at an adjudicatory hearing of: Count Offense: Committed on or about: Count Offense: Committed on or about: Count Offense: Committed on or about: The state failed to prove the following offense(s) and count(s) . GV For the offense(s) charged in count(s) , domestic violence was pled and proved, RCW 10.99.020 Same Course of Conduct. The conduct in count(s) is the same course of conduct. American LegalNet, Inc. www.FormsWorkFlow.com ORDER ON ADJ/DISP (ORD) - Page 2 of 10 WPF JU 07.0800 (06/2018) JuCR 7.12; RCW 13.40.120, .150 - .190, .300 Respondent waived the right to counsel, arraignment on amended information, and/or speedy disposition. Respondent222s offender score is , which is based upon his/her criminal history. The court considered the respondent222s eligibility for the chemical dependency/mental health disposition alternative. Respondent has declined to enter a Diversion Agreement. Respondent may be ordered to pay restitution pertaining to matters not here adjudicated, and/or Count(s) , notwithstanding dismissal, because respondent, with counsel, so agreed and stipulated. A sentence within the standard range would constitute a manifest injustice (RCW 13.40.020). The following mitigating factors exist in this case: The respondent222s conduct neither caused nor threatened serious bodily injury, or the respondent did not contemplate that his/her conduct would cause or threaten serious bodily injury. The respondent acted under strong and immediate provocation. The respondent was suffering from a mental or physical condition that significantly reduced his/her culpability for the offense through failing to establish a defense. Prior to his or her detention, the respondent compensated or made a good faith attempt to compensate the victim for the injury or loss sustained. There has been at least one year between the respondent222s current offense and any prior criminal offense. Other: . The following aggravating factors exist in this case: In the commission of the offense, or in flight therefrom, the respondent inflicted or attempted to inflict serious bodily injury to another. The offense was committed in an especially heinous, cruel, or depraved manner. The victim was particularly vulnerable. The respondent has a recent criminal history or has failed to comply with conditions of a recent dispositional order or diversion agreement. The current offense included a finding of sexual motivation pursuant to RCW 13.40.135. The respondent was the leader of a criminal enterprise involving several persons. There are other complaints which have resulted in diversion or a finding or plea of guilty which are not included as criminal history. The standard range disposition is clearly too lenient considering the seriousness of the juvenile222s prior adjudications. Other: . The respondent committed a felony firearm offense as defined in RCW 9.41.010, and: The respondent should register as a felony firearm offender. The court considered the following factors in making this determination: the respondent222s criminal history. whether the respondent has previously been found not guilty by reason of insanity of any offense in this state or elsewhere. evidence of the respondent222s propensity for violence that would likely endanger persons. other:. The respondent must register as a felony firearm offender because the offense was committed in conjunction with an offense committed against a person under the age of 18, or a serious violent offense or offense involving sexual motivation as defined in RCW 9.94A.030. American LegalNet, Inc. www.FormsWorkFlow.com ORDER ON ADJ/DISP (ORD) - Page 3 of 10 WPF JU 07.0800 (06/2018) JuCR 7.12; RCW 13.40.120, .150 - .190, .300 This case was transferred from exclusive adult court jurisdiction by: agreement reduced charge jury verdict Other: . III. Conclusions of Law Respondent is guilty of the offense(s) as stated in the findings. Respondent is not guilty of the offense(s) as stated in the findings. A sentence within the standard range would constitute a manifest injustice (RCW 13.40.020). Respondent is eligible for the chemical dependency/mental health disposition alternative on Count . A standard range disposition for that Count would constitute a manifest injustice. IV. Order It is ordered: 4.1 The state222s motion respondent222s motion to dismiss Count(s) is granted, and those Count(s) are hereby dismissed. Range of Disposition: 4.2 Count: Disposition shall be within the standard range. 4.3 Count: Disposition within the standard range for this offense would effectuate a manifest injustice. 4.4 Count: Disposition shall be within the Special Sex Offender Dispositional Alternative. 4.5. Count: Chemical Dependency/Mental Health Disposition Alternative (RCW 13.40.165): Respondent is committed to the Department of Social and Health Services Rehabilitation Administration for a total of weeks. Disposition is suspended. If the offender violates any condition of the disposition or the court finds that the respondent is failing to make satisfactory progress in treatment, the court may revoke the suspension and order execution of the disposition. 4.6 Option B Suspended Disposition Alternatives (RCW 13.40.0357). (For offenses committed on or after July 27, 2003.) Respondent is committed to the Department of Social and Health Services Rehabilitation Administration for a total weeks. Days of Confinement Community Service Work Disposition is suspended. If the offender violates any condition of the disposition or the court finds that the respondent is failing to make satisfactory progress in treatment, the court may revoke the suspension and order execution of the disposition. 4.7 Community Supervision Minimum Parole Supervision (if required by statute): Count: Months Supervision beginning: Supervision ending: Count: Months Supervision beginning: Supervision ending: Count: Months Supervision beginning: Supervision ending: American LegalNet, Inc. www.FormsWorkFlow.com ORDER ON ADJ/DISP (ORD) - Page 4 of 10 WPF JU 07.0800 (06/2018) JuCR 7.12; RCW 13.40.120, .150 - .190, .300 4.8 Community Restitution (Service) Work: Count: Hours community restitution (service) With hours credited for days served Count: Hours community restitution (service) With hours credited for days served Count: Hours community restitution (service) With hours credited for days served 4.9 Crime Victim222s Community Restitution (Service) Work. The following offenses involved a 223victim224 as defined in RCW 7.68.020, and are not a most serious offense or a sex offense. Therefore, pursuant to RCW 7.68.035, the court shall order up to seven (7) hours of community restitution per offense unless the court finds such an order not practicable for the offender. This crime victim222s community service work is consecutive to itself and to any other community service work imposed herein. Count: Hours community restitution (service 226 0 to 7 hours) Count: Hours community restitution (service 226 0 to 7 hours) Count: Hours community restitution (service 226 0to 7 hours) 4.10 Confinement in a Private Residence. (If required by RCW 13.40.308) The respondent shall remain at home, confined in a private residence. If the respondent is enrolled in school, the confinement shall be served on nonschool days: Count: Days confinement in a Private Residence Count: Days confinement in a Private Re

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