HCCLR 14 Juvenile Offenders, Criminal History, Penalty for Offense, Computation (A) The prosecutor's office shall, prior to the time of arraignment of a juvenile offender, serve on the respondent and their counsel a pleading captioned "Criminal History, Penalty for Offense" and file the pleading with the clerk. This pleading shall set forth all data necessary to compute the presumed penalty for each offense charged, including, but not limited to the following: (1) Name and date of birth of juvenile; (2) Class, date committed and designation of prior offense(s); (3) Name of court where convicted or county in which diversion was granted on prior offense(s); (4) Date of alleged current offense; (5) Mathematical computation required, including all figures and citations to the WAC rules; and (6) Penalty. (B) The pleading may be amended at any time prior to plea. If an error is discovered subsequent to plea, the court may either permit the plea to be withdrawn or find manifest injustice and limit the penalty to that set forth in the pleading or any amendment. If the error is discovered after disposition, the court may vacate the judgment pursuant to CR 60 and order such other proceedings as are appropriate in the circumstance. (Effective 9/1/03)
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