Tumwater Municipal Court Local Court Rules Table of Rules LCrRLJ 3.2 Bail LCrRLJ 3.2.2 Release of Accused; Domestic Violence Form Pre-Arraignment Domestic Violence No Contact Order
MUNICIPAL COURT OF TUMWATER, Mailing Address: 555 Israel Road SW STATE OF WASHINGTON Tumwater, WA 98501 (360) 754-4190 IN RE: LOCAL COURT RULES OF THE ORDER ADOPTING LOCAL RULES TUMWATER MUNICIPAL COURT Pursuant to Civil Rules for Courts of Limited Jurisdiction 83 and General Rule 7, the Municipal Court of Tumwater, Washington, hereby adopts the attached Local Rules for the Municipal Court of Tumwater, Washington, which shall become effective September 1, 2004. DATED AND SIGNED this _______ day of July, 2004. J.V. Lyman, Judge
LCrRLJ 3.2 BAIL A. The court shall be written order filed with the court administrator establish bail schedules for use by the Tumwater Police Department. The schedule shall, in addition, designate those types of criminal cases, if any, wherein the defendant may forfeit bail in lieu of arraignment. B. Except for the criminal cases covered by paragraph A, the court adopts the uniform bail schedule of CrRLJ 3.2 C. Bail for unscheduled misdemeanors shall be $250.00 unless otherwise set by statue of ordinance. Bail for unscheduled gross misdemeanors shall be $500.00 unless set by statue or ordinance.
LCrRLJ 3.2.2 RELEASE OF ACCUSED; DOMESTIC VIOLENCE (a) Any person arrested on Probable Cause (without a warrant) for an offense classified as a Domestic Violence offense under Chapter 10.99 of the Revised Code of Washington, as the same exists or shall hereafter be amended, shall be held in jail pending the defendant’s first appearance. (b) Notwithstanding paragraph (a), a person being held for a Domestic Violence offense classified as a misdemeanor or gross misdemeanor may be released from custody prior to defendant’s first appearance upon (1) the posting of $1,000 bail or bond; and (2) the person’s affixing his or her signature in the appropriate location on a Pre- Arraignment Domestic Violence No Contact Order (Exhibit A) prohibiting the arrested person from having contact with the protected person or from knowingly coming within, or knowingly remaining within, 500 feet of the protected person’s residence, place of work, or school. (c) The following Pre-Arraignment Domestic Violence No Contact Order, or one that is substantially similar to it, is hereby approved for use under this rule.
FORM PRE-ARRAIGNMENT DOMESTIC VIOLENCE NO CONTACT ORDER
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