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WPI 365.36 Sexually Violent Predators—Verdict Form—Unconditional Discharge

6A WAPRAC WPI 365.36Washington Practice Series TMWashington Pattern Jury Instructions--Civil

6A Wash. Prac., Wash. Pattern Jury Instr. Civ. WPI 365.36 (7th ed.)
Washington Practice Series TM
Washington Pattern Jury Instructions--Civil
April 2022 Update
Washington State Supreme Court Committee on Jury Instructions
Part XIX. Involuntary Treatment
Chapter 365. Involuntary Treatment—Sexually Violent Predators
WPI 365.36 Sexually Violent Predators—Verdict Form—Unconditional Discharge
(Insert case caption.)
We, the jury, answer the question submitted by the court as follows:
Has the State proved beyond a reasonable doubt that(name of respondent)continues to be a sexually violent predator?
ANSWER: (Write “yes” or “no”)
(DIRECTION: Sign this verdict form and notify the bailiff.)
Presiding Juror
Use this verdict form in every unconditional discharge trial. This verdict form should be used with WPI 365.20 (Sexually Violent Predators—Concluding Instruction).
In an unconditional discharge case submitted to a jury under RCW 71.09.090(3), the State must “prove beyond a reasonable doubt that the committed person's condition remains such that the person continues to meet the definition of a sexually violent predator.”
[Current as of October 2020.]
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