Statement Of Juvenile For Deferred Disposition Form. This is a Washington form and can be use in Juvenile Court Statewide.
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Statement of Juvenile for Def Disp (STJDD) - Page 1 of 5 WPF JU 07.1310 (06/2018) - RCW 13.40.127 Superior Court of Washington County of Juvenile Court STATE OF WASHINGTON v. Respondent(s). D.O.B.: No: Statement of Juvenile for Deferred Disposition (STJDD) 1.1 STIPULATION OF JUVENILE: Pursuant to RCW 13.40.127, I wish to take advantage of the opportunity to have the disposition of my case deferred by the court. I understand: (a) I stipulate to the admissibility of the facts contained in the written police reports. (b) The police reports will be entered and used by the judge to support a finding of guilt to the offenses of: . (c) The finding of guilty will be used to impose a disposition on me if I fail to comply with the terms of my supervision. (d) I have the right to be represented by a lawyer at all stages of the proceedings against me. If I cannot afford to pay for a lawyer, one will be provided for me at public expense. (e) I am giving up my constitutional right to a trial. At a trial I would have the following rights: (i) to have my case heard within 30/60 days of my arraignment; (ii) to hear and question witnesses who might be called to testify against me; (iii) to call witnesses to testify for me who could be required to appear at no expense to me; (iv) to testify or to exercise my right not to testify; and (v) to be presumed innocent until all of the elements of the offense(s) I am charged with is/are proven beyond a reasonable doubt. (f) I am giving up my right to have a disposition of my case within 14/21 days of an adjudication of guilt. (g) I am giving up my right to appeal any finding of guilt based upon sufficiency of the evidence. American LegalNet, Inc. www.FormsWorkFlow.com Statement of Juvenile for Def Disp (STJDD) - Page 2 of 5 WPF JU 07.1310 (06/2018) - RCW 13.40.127 (h) If the court grants my Motion for Deferred Disposition, the maximum punishment I can receive is 12 months of community supervision and 150 hours of community service work, no matter what the prosecutor or my lawyer recommends. The court will impose any condition of supervision it deems appropriate, including payment of restitution as provided in RCW 13.40.190. (i) The court may extend my supervision for up to an additional 12 months for good cause. (j) The court may require me to post a probation bond. (k) Upon my full compliance with all conditions of my community supervision, the court shall vacate the conviction(s) and dismiss the charge(s) against me with prejudice. 1.2 STANDARD RANGE SENTENCE: I understand if I do not comply with any of the terms of my community supervision, the court will revoke the deferred disposition and shall enter an Order of Disposition, after which the court may impose any sentence authorized by law, including the following (check applicable): OFFENSES SUBJECT TO LOCAL SANCTIONS: I am stipulating to one or more offenses which carry a standard range of local sanctions in the event my deferred disposition is revoked. Local sanctions are as follows: 0 to 12 months of community supervision 0 to 150 hours of community restitution (community service) 0 to $500 fine 0 to 30 days of detention Payment of restitution OFFENSES WITH STANDARD RANGE RA SENTENCE: I am stipulating to one or more of the following offenses which carry a standard range commitment to the Rehabilitation Administration (RA) in the event my deferred disposition is revoked: 103 to 129 week commitment to RA for the following offenses: - Possession of Incendiary Device; or, - BAIL JUMP from a charge of Murder in the First Degree. 15 to 36 week commitment to RA for the following offenses: - Delivery of Narcotic Drug or Methamphetamine (or attempt/conspiracy/solicitation); - Attempt, Conspiracy, or Solicitation to commit Possession of Incendiary Device; - Intimidating a Public Servant or Witness; - Promoting Prostitution First Degree; - Hit and Run with Death; - Felony DUI or Physical Control; or, - BAIL JUMP from any of the following offenses - Murder Second Degree, Assault First Degree, Arson First Degree, Kidnapping First Degree, Robbery First Degree, Rape First Degree, Rape Second Degree, Rape of a Child First Degree, Child Molestation First Degree, Possession of Incendiary Device, Delivery of Narcotic Drug or Methamphetamine, and/or any 223Other Class A Felony224 under RCW 13.40.0357. The maximum possible punishment that can be imposed by Juvenile Court is years or commitment to RA to age 21, whichever is less. 1.3 COUNTS AS CRIMINAL HISTORY: The judge222s acceptance of my motion for deferred and the resulting conviction will become part of my criminal history, and will remain part of my criminal American LegalNet, Inc. www.FormsWorkFlow.com Statement of Juvenile for Def Disp (STJDD) - Page 3 of 5 WPF JU 07.1310 (06/2018) - RCW 13.40.127 history even when I become an adult, unless and until I successfully complete my deferred disposition, the conviction is vacated, and the charge(s) against me dismissed. My criminal history can affect my ability to remain in the Juvenile Justice System should I re-offend and would be considered for sentencing on any future offenses I may commit as a juvenile or adult. 1.4 GROUNDS FOR DEPORTATION: If I am not a citizen of the United States, the court222s finding of guilt herein to an offense punishable as a crime under state law may be grounds for deportation, exclusion from admission to the United States, or denial of naturalization pursuant to the laws of the United States. 1.5 NOTIFICATION OF DIRECT CONSEQUENCES: If any of the following paragraphs do not apply, they should be stricken and initialed by the juvenile and judge - (a) SUSPENSION/REVOCATION OF DRIVING PRIVILEGE: I have been informed that the Department of Licensing will be notified and my privilege to drive suspended or revoked: Over 13 & Alcohol, Drugs, UPFA