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2017 House Bill 1058: Changing provisions relating to court-ordered restitution in certain criminal cases
Introduced by Rep. Drew MacEwen (Union) (R) on January 9, 2017   Official Text and Analysis.
Referred to the House Public Safety Committee on January 9, 2017
Referred to the House Rules Committee on February 28, 2017
Received in the Senate on March 10, 2017
Referred to the Senate Law & Justice Committee on March 10, 2017
Amendment offered in the Senate on March 29, 2017 Adds an intent section. Removes provisions prohibiting a court from postponing restitution payments while an offender is incarcerated as DOC deducts funds from an offender's account for the payment of restitution regardless of the payment amount set by the court. Requires restitution for all restitution orders owed by an offender to be paid before any other legal financial obligation.
Referred to the Senate Rules Committee on March 29, 2017
Amendment offered by Sen. Bob Hasegawa (Seattle) (D) on April 12, 2017 Changes the interest rate for legal financial obligations from the rate applicable to civil judgments (currently 12%) to two points above the 26-week U.S. Treasury rate.
The amendment failed by voice vote in the Senate on April 12, 2017
Received in the House on April 17, 2017 House refused to concur in Senate amendments.
Failed by voice vote in the House on April 17, 2017
Received in the Senate on April 19, 2017
Amendment offered by Sen. Mike Padden (Spokane Valley) (R) on April 19, 2017 Adds an intent section. Removes provisions prohibiting a court from postponing restitution payments while an offender is incarcerated as DOC deducts funds from an offender's account for the payment of restitution regardless of the payment amount set by the court. Requires restitution for all superior court restitution orders owed by an offender to be paid before any other legal financial obligation ordered by the superior court.
The amendment passed by voice vote in the Senate on April 19, 2017

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