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Chapters 9.94A and 9.94B RCW
Sentencing Reform Act of 1981
Applicable to Crimes Committed From September 28, 2013 to December 31, 2013


Offender notification and warning.

A sentencing judge, law enforcement agency, or state or local correctional facility may, but is not required to, give offenders who have been convicted of an offense that is a most serious offense as defined in RCW 9.94A.030 either written or oral notice, or both, of the sanctions imposed upon persistent offenders. General notice of these sanctions and the conditions under which they may be imposed may, but need not, be given in correctional facilities maintained by state or local agencies. This section is enacted to provide authority, but not requirement, for the giving of such notice in every conceivable way without incurring liability to offenders or third parties.

[1994 c 1 ยง 4 (Initiative Measure No. 593, approved November 2, 1993). Formerly RCW 9.94A.393.]


     Severability -- Short title -- Captions -- 1994 c 1: See notes following RCW 9.94A.555.

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