Washington Criminal Jury Instructions
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- Introduction to the Fifth Edition
- About the Author
- Preliminary Materials
- Part I. General Instructions
- Part II. Evidence and Guides for Its Consideration
- Part III. Principles of Liability
- Part IV. Defenses
- Part V. Crimes Against Life
- Part VI. Crimes Against Personal Security
- Part VII. Sex Crimes
- Part VIII. Drugs and Controlled Substances
- Part IX. Crimes Against Property
- Part X. Arson and Related Crimes
- Part XI. Crimes Involving Operation of Motor Vehicles
- Part XII. Anticipatory Offenses
- Part XIII. Miscellaneous Crimes
- Part XIV. Concluding Instructions
- Part XV. Verdict Forms
- Part XVI. Exceptional Sentences—Aggravating Circumstances