Case Type


Change of Venue

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Bail Forfeiture [end effective 7/1/2012]

(See Note 8 below.)

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(See Note 6 below for Drug Court case processing)

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(See Note 6 below for Drug Court case processing)
(See Note 7 below for juvenile deferred disposition case processing)

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Non-charge [local ordinances and other non-criminal law table entries or notes]
(See Note 4 below for non-charge case processing)

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Guilty – DV Element Pled and Proven [effective 3/19/2012]

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Guilty – DV Element Pled and Proven, Deferral/Deferred Prosecution Revoked [effective 3/19/2012]

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Guilty with Youth in Vehicle

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Guilty with Youth in Vehicle Deferral/Deferred Prosecution Revoked

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Acquitted / Not Guilty
(See Note 6 below for Drug Court case processing.)

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(See Note 1 below
for deferred prosecution or juvenile diversion case processing)

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(See Note 2 below for juvenile offender cases transferred for sentencing or supervision)



Vacated Conviction - Pursuant to RCW 9.94A.230

(See Note 3 below)

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INTSTCMPCT – Interstate Compact

(See Note 9 below)



1. Pending - Used for charges which have been placed on deferred prosecution or diversion. When the charge is later dismissed or prosecution is resumed, change the Result code to D (dismissed) or to another appropriate result code. This code should not be used for a juvenile offender deferred disposition. See Note 7 below for juvenile deferred disposition case processing.


2. Transferred - Used only by the receiving county in a juvenile offender case transferred to the county of residence for sentencing after adjudication or for court-ordered supervision after sentencing. The receiving county files the case in JIS and enters all charges for which the juvenile was convicted on the SCOMIS Charge screen with a TR Result code for each charge. In a juvenile offender case transferred for court-ordered supervision following sentencing, the receiving county files the case in JIS and enters a non-charge (i.e., 00.00.000) on the SCOMIS Charge screen with a TR Result code.


3. Vacated - Used for each charge covered by an order to vacate a conviction pursuant to RCW 9.94A.230. The Jg (Judgment Status) field on the JIS Defendant Case History (DCH) and Individual Case History (ICH) screens are also updated. If there are no remaining guilty counts for the defendant, enter VOC in the Def Resolution Code field on the Charge screen.


4. Non-Charge- A non-charge case is one in which the defendant/respondent is not charged under any state criminal statutes, but which is opened for purposes such as extradition, material witness, or preliminary appearances prior to filing of an information.


A non-charge case should not be opened to record a search warrant, wiretap authorization, or other non-respondent document(s); record these documents in the Document Indexing application.


If an information is not filed, record a Result code N for each non-charge entry, then resolve and complete the case. Any proceedings held will be counted under the non-charge category on the Caseload Report.


If an information is subsequently filed, change the Charge record to correspond to the new information including the original information filing date, the RCW(s), the DV flag, and the violation date. On the SCOMIS Basic screen, change the case filing date to the date on which the information was filed. For a juvenile offender case, change the Class code from NON to MIS, GMS, or FEL to reflect that criminal charges are to be adjudicated. The case will be counted in the Caseload Report as of the date the information is filed. Any proceedings held prior to the filing of an information will be counted under the non-charge category on the Caseload Report.


6. Drug Court Case Processing - Result codes for charges should not be entered until the final drug court outcome occurs. Use D (Dismissed) when the candidate successfully completes the drug court program and a charge is dismissed. Use G (Guilty) when the candidate fails, opts out, or withdraws from the drug court program. Use NG (Acquittal/Not Guilty) when an acquittal is obtained after trial. These procedures are approved by the Superior Court Subcommittee of the JIS Advisory Committee.


7. Juvenile Deferred Disposition Case Processing - When a Deferred Disposition Agreement is signed, use the Change Resolution command to record information on the Basic, Charge, and Docket screens.


8. Bail Forfeiture - Obsolete as of July 1, 2012. BF was used when the court authorized a disposition of misdemeanors or gross misdemeanors by forfeiture of the bail paid on the case. The authority for disposition by forfeiture was CrR 3.2 (n), however the language was removed from the court rule effective July 1, 2012. The authority extended only to misdemeanors and gross misdemeanors and should NOT have been used as a result for any felony charges. The charge was counted as a Guilty charge for statistical purposes. If the most serious charge on a case had a result of BF, and there was another charge with a result of G, the BF charge was counted as the most serious charge.


9. IC – INTSTCMPCT = Interstate Compact - A recent change in Interstate Compact Rules for Juveniles now gives Washington Courts jurisdiction to issue warrants of arrest when Washington juvenile probation counselors are supervising juveniles from other states.  To identify these as out of state supervision cases SCOMIS Screens and reports now accept IC, ‘Interstate Compact’, as a charge result code.

Last Updated: 2017-09-28