Form JuCR7.7 "Statement on Plea of Guilty (Stjopg)" - Washington

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Superior Court of Washington
County of ______________________________
Juvenile Court
STATE OF WASHINGTON
NO:
v.
Statement on Plea of Guilty
,
(STJOPG)
Respondent
1.
My true name is: ______________________________________________________________.
I am also known as: ___________________________________________________________.
2.
My age is ____________. Date of Birth: _______________________________.
3.
I have been informed and fully understand that I have the right to a lawyer, and that if I cannot
afford to pay for a lawyer, the judge will provide me with one at no cost. I understand that a
lawyer can look at the social and legal files in my case, talk to the police, probation counselor,
and prosecuting attorney, tell me about the law, help me understand my rights, and help me at
trial.
4.
I understand that I am charged with Count 1
,
the elements of which are
;
Count 2
,
the elements of which are
.
Count(s) _________ was(were) committed against a family or household member.
Count(s) _________ was(were) committed against an intimate partner.
And I have been given a copy of the charge(s).
5.
I UNDERSTAND I HAVE THE FOLLOWING IMPORTANT RIGHTS, AND I GIVE THEM ALL UP
BY PLEADING GUILTY:
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Superior Court of Washington
County of ______________________________
Juvenile Court
STATE OF WASHINGTON
NO:
v.
Statement on Plea of Guilty
,
(STJOPG)
Respondent
1.
My true name is: ______________________________________________________________.
I am also known as: ___________________________________________________________.
2.
My age is ____________. Date of Birth: _______________________________.
3.
I have been informed and fully understand that I have the right to a lawyer, and that if I cannot
afford to pay for a lawyer, the judge will provide me with one at no cost. I understand that a
lawyer can look at the social and legal files in my case, talk to the police, probation counselor,
and prosecuting attorney, tell me about the law, help me understand my rights, and help me at
trial.
4.
I understand that I am charged with Count 1
,
the elements of which are
;
Count 2
,
the elements of which are
.
Count(s) _________ was(were) committed against a family or household member.
Count(s) _________ was(were) committed against an intimate partner.
And I have been given a copy of the charge(s).
5.
I UNDERSTAND I HAVE THE FOLLOWING IMPORTANT RIGHTS, AND I GIVE THEM ALL UP
BY PLEADING GUILTY:
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a.
I have the right to a speedy and public trial in the county where the offense(s) allegedly
occurred.
b.
I have the right to remain silent before and during trial, and I need not testify against
myself.
c.
I have the right to hear and question witnesses who might testify against me.
d.
I have the right to testify and to have witnesses testify for me. These witnesses may be
required to appear at no cost to me.
e.
I am presumed innocent unless the charge is proven beyond a reasonable doubt or I
enter a plea of guilty.
f.
I have the right to appeal a finding of guilt after trial.
6.
I have been informed that in order to determine an appropriate sentence regarding the charges to
which I plead guilty in this matter, the judge will take into consideration my criminal history, which
is as follows:
a.
b.
c.
d.
e.
f.
7.
The Standard Sentencing Range, which was calculated using my criminal history as referenced in
Paragraph 6, above, is as follows:
LOCAL SANCTIONS:
COUNT
SUPERVISION
COMMUNITY
FINE
DETENTION
RESTITUTION
RESTITUTION
1
0 to 12 months
0 to 150 hours
$0 to $500
0 to 30 Days
As required
2
0 to 12 months
0 to 150 hours
$0 to $500
0 to 30 Days
As required
3
0 to 12 months
0 to 150 hours
$0 to $500
0 to 30 Days
As required
I understand that, if community supervision is imposed, I will be required to comply with various
rules, which could include school attendance, curfew, law abiding behavior, associational
restrictions, counseling, treatment, urinalysis, and/or other conditions deemed appropriate by the
judge. Failure to comply with the conditions of supervision could result in a violation being found
and further confinement imposed for the violation up to 30 days.
In addition to these conditions, the court will order me to perform up to seven hours of community
restitution per offense involving a victim who suffered bodily injury or death and that is not a most
serious offense as defined by RCW 9.94A.030, or a sex offense under chapter 9.44 RCW. I must
perform this community restitution consecutively to any other community restitution imposed for
the offense. RCW 7.68.035, .020.
COMMITMENT TO DEPARTMENT OF CHILDREN, YOUTH, AND FAMILIES JUVENILE
REHABILITATION (DCYFJR):
COUNT
WEEKS AT DCYFJR REHABILITATION FACILITY
RESTITUTION
1
15 - 36
30 - 40
52 - 65
80 - 100
103 - 129
As required
180 - Age 21
129 – 260
As required
2
15 - 36
30 - 40
52 - 65
80 - 100
103 – 129
180 - Age 21
129 – 260
As required
3
15 - 36
30 - 40
52 - 65
80 - 100
103 - 129
180 - Age 21
129 – 260
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I understand that, if I am committed to a DCYFJR rehabilitation facility, following my release I may
be required to comply with a program of parole for a number of months. I understand that if
placed on parole, I will be under the supervision of a parole officer. The conditions of parole will
restrict my actions and may require me to participate in activities and programs including, but not
limited to, evaluation, treatment, education, employment, community restitution, electronic
monitoring, urinalysis, and, if I am adjudicated of certain offenses, a program applicable to
juvenile firearm offenders. Failure to comply with the conditions of parole may result in parole
revocation and further confinement. If the offense to which I am pleading guilty is a sex offense,
failure to comply with the conditions of parole may result in further confinement of up to 24 weeks.
In addition to these conditions, the court will order me to perform up to seven hours of community
restitution per offense involving a victim who suffered bodily injury or death and that is not a most
serious offense as defined by RCW 9.94A.030, or a sex offense under chapter 9.44 RCW. I must
perform this community restitution consecutively to any other community restitution imposed for
the offense. RCW 7.68.035, .020.
I understand that if I am pleading guilty to two or more offenses, the disposition terms shall run
consecutively (one term after the other) subject to the limitations in RCW 13.40.180.
I understand that if any additional criminal history is discovered, both the standard sentence
range and the prosecuting attorney’s recommendation may increase. Even so, my plea of guilty
to this charge is binding.
8.
RIGHT TO APPEAL SENTENCE: I understand that the judge must impose a sentence within the
standard range, unless the judge finds by clear and convincing evidence that the standard range
sentence would amount to a manifest injustice. If the judge goes outside the standard range,
either the state or I can appeal that sentence. If the sentence is within the standard range, no
one can appeal the sentence.
9.
MAXIMUM PUNISHMENT: I have been informed, and fully understand, that the maximum
punishment I can receive is commitment until I am
21 years old
25 years old, but that I may
be incarcerated for no longer than the adult maximum sentence for this offense.
10.
COUNTS AS CRIMINAL HISTORY: I understand that my plea of guilty and the judge’s
acceptance of my plea will become part of my criminal history. I understand that if I am pleading
guilty to two or more offenses that arise out of the same course of conduct, only the most serious
offense will count as an offense in my criminal history. I understand that my guilty plea will
remain part of my criminal history when I am an adult and may affect my ability to remain in the
Juvenile Justice System should I re-offend. I understand that the judge will consider my criminal
history when sentencing me for any offense that I commit in the future as an adult or juvenile.
11.
GROUNDS FOR DEPORTATION: If I am not a citizen of the United States, a plea of guilty 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.
12.
NOTIFICATION RELATING TO SPECIFIC CRIMES: IF ANY OF THE FOLLOWING
PARAGRAPHS DO NOT APPLY, THEY SHOULD BE STRICKEN AND INITIALED BY THE
DEFENDANT AND THE 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, Unlawful Possession of a Firearm (UPFA) <18, or
Armed with Firearm (not first offense): (1) If the court finds me guilty of one of the
following offenses and I was 13 years or older at the time I committed the offense:
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alcohol under chapter 66.44 RCW; violation of the Uniform Controlled Substances Act
(VUCSA) under chapter 69.50 RCW; legend drug under chapter 69.41 RCW; imitation
drugs under chapter 69.52 RCW; UPFA <18 under RCW 9.41.040(2)(a)(vi); and/or an
offense while armed with a firearm under RCW 13.40.196; AND (2) I have a prior
offense for the same offense. See RCW 13.40.265.
UPFA or Armed During Offense In Which Vehicle Was Used (with priors):
(1) If the court finds me guilty of one of the following offenses: UPFA 1 or 2 under RCW
9.41.040; and/or an offense while armed with a firearm under RCW 13.40.196 during
which the court found a motor vehicle served an integral function during the offense;
AND (2) I previously committed one or more of the following offenses: alcohol under
chapter 66.44 RCW; VUCSA under chapter 69.50 RCW; legend drug under chapter
69.41 RCW; imitation drugs under chapter 69.52 RCW; UPFA under RCW 9.41.040;
and/or an offense while armed with a firearm under RCW 13.40.196. See
RCW 9.41.040(5).
Certain Motor Vehicle Offenses: the court finds me guilty of one of the following
offenses: DUI; physical control; DWLS 1&2; vehicular assault/homicide; hit and run
attended; reckless driving; any felony with a vehicle used in commission (except
“TMVOOP2” (taking a motor vehicle without owner’s permission) where the court finds I
was a passenger only in committing the offense); false statements under Title 46 RCW;
felony elude; unattended child in running vehicle (second or subsequent conviction);
reckless endangerment of road workers; and/or theft of motor vehicle fuel. See RCW
46.20.285, 46.61.5055(9), 46.20.342(2), 46.61.524, 46.52.020(6), 46.61.500(2),
46.61.024(3), 46.61.685(2), 46.61.527(5), 46.61.740(2), and 46.20.270.
[B]
OFFENDER REGISTRATION FOR SEX OFFENSE OR KIDNAPPING OFFENSE:
Because this crime involves a sex offense, or a kidnapping offense involving a minor as
defined in RCW 9A.44.128, or unlawful transmission of HIV to a child or vulnerable adult
under chapter 70.24 RCW, I will be required to register where I reside, study, or work. The
specific registration requirements are set forth in the “Offender Registration” Attachment.
[C]
DNA TESTING: Pursuant to RCW 43.43.754, if this crime involves a felony, or an
offense which requires sex or kidnapping offender registration, or any of the following
offenses: stalking, harassment, communication with a minor for immoral purposes,
assault in the fourth degree where domestic violence was pleaded and proved, assault in
the fourth degree with sexual motivation, custodial sexual misconduct in the second
degree, failure to register as a sex or kidnapping offender, patronizing a prostitute, sexual
misconduct with a minor in the second degree, indecent exposure, or violation of a sexual
assault protection order, I will be required to have a biological sample collected for
purposes of DNA identification analysis. I will be required to pay a $100 DNA fee unless
my DNA was previously taken in another case. This paragraph does not apply if it is
established that the Washington State Patrol crime laboratory already has a sample from
me for a qualifying offense.
[D]
$100 CVC FEE FOR MOST SERIOUS OR SEX OFFENSE: I understand that if I am
pleading guilty to a most serious offense as defined by RCW 9.94A.030 and/or a sex
offense under chapter 9A.44 RCW, I will be required to pay a mandatory Crime Victim’s
Compensation Fee of $100. RCW 7.68.035.
[E]
SCHOOL NOTIFICATION: I understand that if one or more of the offenses for which I
am pleading guilty is a violent offense as defined in RCW 9.94A.030; a sex offense as
defined in RCW 9.94A.030; an offense under RCW chapter 9.41 (firearms/weapons); or,
unlawful possession or delivery, or both, of a controlled substance in violation of RCW
chapter 69.50; then, following my adjudication of guilt the court will provide written
notification of the adjudication to any school in which I was enrolled prior to adjudication,
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or, in which I express an intent to enroll following adjudication, unless: (1) I have already
received a high school diploma or its equivalent; or, (2) I am over the age of 18 and my
enrollment information cannot be obtained or I assert no intention of enrolling in any
educational program.
[F]
SCHOOL ATTENDANCE WITH VICTIM PROHIBITED: I understand that if I am pleading
guilty to a sex offense, I will not be allowed to attend the school attended by the victim or
victim’s siblings. RCW 13.40.162.
[G]
MANDATORY MINIMUM SENTENCE: The crime of ____________________________
has a mandatory minimum sentence of at least ___________________ weeks of total
confinement. The law does not allow any reduction of this sentence.
[H]
RIGHT TO POSSESS FIREARMS: [JUDGE MUST READ THE FOLLOWING TO
OFFENDER] I have been informed that if I am pleading guilty to any offense that is
classified as: (1) a felony, or (2) any of the following crimes when committed by one family
or household member against another or by one intimate partner against another: assault
in the fourth degree, coercion, stalking, reckless endangerment, criminal trespass in the
first degree, or violation of the provisions of a protection order or no-contact order
restraining the person or excluding the person from a residence, or (3) harassment
committed by one family or household member against another or by one intimate partner
against another, committed on or after June 7, 2018; that I may not possess, own, or have
under my control any firearm, and under federal law any firearm or ammunition, unless my
right to do so has been restored by the court in which I am adjudicated or the superior court
in Washington State where I live, and by a federal court if required.
[I]
FIREARMS POSSESSION OR COMMISSION WHILE ARMED:
[i]
Minimum 10 Days for Possession under Age 18: I understand that the offense I
am pleading guilty to includes possession of a firearm in violation of
RCW 9.41.040(2)(a)(vi), and pursuant to RCW 13.40.193, the judge will impose a
mandatory minimum disposition of 10 days of confinement, which must be
served in total confinement, without possibility of release, until a minimum of 10
days has been served.
[ii]
Unlawful Possession with Stolen Firearm: I understand that if the offenses I am
pleading guilty to include both a conviction under RCW 9.41.040 for unlawful
possession of a firearm in the first or second degree and one or more convictions
for the felony crimes of theft of a firearm or possession of a stolen firearm, that
the sentences imposed for these crimes shall be served consecutively to each
other. A consecutive sentence will also be imposed for each firearm unlawfully
possessed.
[iii]
Armed During Commission of Any Offense: I understand that if the offense I am
pleading guilty to includes a finding that either I or my accomplice was armed
with a firearm during the commission of the offense, that the standard range
disposition shall be determined pursuant to RCW 13.40.160, unless the judge
finds a manifest injustice, in which case the disposition shall be determined
pursuant to RCW 13.40.193(3). Such confinement will run consecutive to any
other sentence that may be imposed.
[iv]
Armed During Commission of a Felony: I further understand that the offense I
am pleading guilty to includes a finding that either myself or my accomplice was
armed with a firearm during the commission of a felony (other than possession of
a machine gun, possession of a stolen firearm, drive-by shooting, theft of a
firearm, unlawful possession of a firearm in the first or second degree, or use of a
machine gun in a felony) and, therefore, unless the felony is a “violent offense”
as defined in RCW 9.94A.030, committed when I was 16 or 17 years old, the
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