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08/21/2014 -- Article

Highlights from the 2013 Annual Report include receiving grant funding for the Video Visits program, a profile of reference questions asked in 2013 and much more! Pick up a color copy in print at the Library while supplies last. Two .pdf versions are available:

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07/02/2014 -- Article

The Washington State chapter of the ACLU has posted a link to...

07/02/2014 -- Web Link

This link leads to a document on the web site for the Washington State chapter of the ACLU that answers frequently-asked questions about restoring voting rights after a criminal conviction.

06/19/2014 -- Web Link

This link leads to a portion of the Washington State Department of Transportation's web site describing the Washington State Good To Go toll facilities and system.  It includes links to a Good To Go bill guide and a Civil Penalty guide.

06/19/2014 -- Web Link

This link points to a portion of the King County Superior Court Clerk's Office web site describing how to appeal the results of unfavorable hearing about a Good to Go toll penalty.

05/01/2014 -- Article

Check out the latest edition of E-News including information about the new Video Visits progrom and classes through the end of August of 2014. E-News is published electronically every other month.  Click...

04/29/2014 -- Web Link

The Adult Sentencing Guidelines Manual provides comprehensive information for criminal justice practitioners, public officials and citizens on adult felony sentencing in the state of Washington. This manual offers specific guidance on how to determine the appropriate standard sentence range for an offense by identifying the seriousness level of the offense and by “scoring” the offender’s criminal history. This manual lists and describes all...

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